In order to graduate, you must have a major field of study. If,
however, you already have a major and would like to take a number of
mathematics courses, one of these two mathematics minors may be for
you. There are two ways to minor in mathematics. The mathematics
minor offers a firm foundation in mathematical thinking while
allowing flexibility in choosing topics that interest you most. The
applied mathematics minor is a variation which focuses on ideas
that are of particular interest to those using mathematics in other areas of
study, such as the sciences, economics, business, and engineering.
Mathematics Minor requirements
Required courses (16 units)
Math 150  Calculus I  4 units 
Math 151  Calculus II  4 units 
Math 250  Calculus III  4 units 
MATH 320  Transition to Abstract Math  4 units 
Choose two additional upperdivision courses (8 units)
These are the common upperdivision courses
Applied Mathematics Minor requirements
Required courses (22 units)
Math 151  Calculus II  4 units 
Math 250  Calculus III  4 units 
MATH 260  Linear Algebra  4 units 
Math 340  Differential Equations  3 units 
Math 316  Statistics  3 units 
The Applied Math Minor is not available for the Computer Science/Math Majors.
