# Minor in Mathematics

Enhance your degree with the fundamental concepts of mathematics! Undergraduate students can earn a minor in mathematics by completing a sequence of six courses approved by the Department of Mathematical Sciences. See the IPFW Bulletin for details, including the current requirements for a math minor and some sample programs. Your academic advisor can help you select courses that align with your program.

To be considered for a mathematics minor, complete the application form and return it directly to the department's Program Review Committee Chair, Professor S. Akkari, in his mailbox in Kettler 200. The form may be printed, or picked up in the Kettler 200 office.

#### Sample programs for a Minor in Mathematics

##### Business and Management Majors

- Computer Programming CS 114 or 160
- Calculus MA 229-230 or 165-166
- Finite or Discrete Mathematics MA 213 or 175 or 275
- Modeling MA 314
- Statistics STAT 511 or ECON E270

##### Computer Science Majors

- Numerical Analysis CS 384
- Calculus MA 165-166
- Discrete Mathematics MA 175 or 275
- Linear Algebra MA 351
- Statistics STAT 511 or 516

##### Liberal Arts Majors

- Computer Programming CS 160 or 114
- Calculus MA 229-230 or 165-166
- Finite Mathematics MA 213
- Modeling MA 314
- Statistics STAT 125

##### Life Sciences Majors

- Computer Programming CS 160 or 114
- Calculus MA 229-230 or 165-166
- Finite Mathematics MA 213
- Modeling MA 314
- Statistics STAT 240 and 340

##### Physical Science and Engineering Majors

- Calculus MA 165-166 and 261
- Differential Equations MA 363
- Advanced Calculus MA 510
- Complex Analysis or Linear Algebra MA 351 or 511 or 525

##### Technology Majors

- Computer Programming CS 160 or 114
- Calculus MA 165-166 or 227-228
- Discrete or Finite Math MA 175 or 213 or 275
- Mathematics Elective MA 321 or 351
- Statistics STAT 301 or 511