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Department of Mathematics & Statistics

Minor in Mathematics

All of the following core courses are required:


One of the following two courses is required:


Six semester hours of mathematics at the junior-senior level
which can be selected from the following list are also required:

  • MATH 3310 - Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning and Proof
  • MATH 3342 - Mathematical Statistics for Engineers & Scientists  +
  • MATH 3350 - Higher Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists I
    or MATH 3354 - Differential Equations I
    (credit may not be received for both 3350 and 3354)
  • MATH 3360 - Foundations of Algebra I
  • MATH 3430 - Computational Techniques for Science and Mathematics
  • MATH 4000 - Selected topics in upper division Mathematics
  • MATH 4310 - Introduction to Numerical Analysis I
  • MATH 4312 - Introduction to Numerical Analysis II
  • MATH 4330 - Mathematical Computing
  • MATH 4342 - Mathematical Statistics I  +
  • MATH 4343 - Mathematical Statistics II
  • MATH 4350 - Advanced Calculus I
  • MATH 4351 - Advanced Calculus II
  • MATH 4354 - Differential Equations II
  • MATH 4356 - Elementary Functions of Complex Variables
  • MATH 4360 - Foundations of Algebra II
  • MATH 4362 - Theory of Numbers
  • MATH 4363 - Introduction to Combinatorics
+  MATH 3342 & 4342 cannot both be counted toward a Math Minor

* A minimum of 3 hours of junior-senior courses must be taken in residence at Texas Tech *