Complement and enhance your major area of study with one of the following minors offered by the Mathematics Department.

Computer Science

Programming skills are becoming increasingly more important in today’s economy. The Computer Science Minor will provide students with the skills and preparation they need for a computing-related career. Students will learn basic programming languages such as Java and C++ and develop skills in the design, analysis, and development of software, algorithms, and data structures. The Computer Science Minor complements a variety of majors, from the sciences, to business and the arts. 

View the Computer Science Minor course requirements

Mathematics

A Mathematics Minor provides an opportunity for students to develop a deeper understanding of their particular field, and the world around them. This is achieved through the development of problem-solving skills, analytic abilities, and logical thinking. After the calculus sequence, students will be exposed to classes that will help develop their abilities to form clear arguments, write clearly and concisely, and think logically and abstractly. The Mathematics minor complements a variety of majors, from education and the sciences, to business and the arts. 

View the Mathematics Minor course requirements


 

AfterMath Club

AfterMath is a student group open to all individuals that appreciate and have an interest in mathematics. The club sponsors social activities to bring awareness to the value of math to the community. We invite you to join us for pizza during any of our meetings.