Minor in Mathematics
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Web address for department: www.math.illinois.edu
Students must complete MATH 241, and at least one 400-level MATH course for admission into the minor. The Mathematics minor is designed to prepare students majoring in some other discipline with a background in mathematics that is both broad and deep. Students interested in pursuing the minor should have completed the calculus sequence through MATH 241, and one additional Math course at the 400-level demonstrating a strong record of success in college-level mathematics courses. Given the cumulative character of mathematics preparation, students earning grades of C or below in previous mathematics courses are advised not to pursue the minor.
Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|
MATH 241 | Calculus III | 4 |
Completed in one of two ways: | 15 | |
Fundamental Mathematics (and four courses chosen from at least two of the following lists of courses) | ||
OR | ||
five courses chosen from at least two of the following lists of courses. | ||
Algebra | ||
Lin Algebra & Financial Apps | ||
Applied Linear Algebra | ||
Abstract Linear Algebra | ||
Intro to Abstract Algebra | ||
Intro to Abstract Algebra II | ||
Honors Abstract Algebra | ||
Elementary Theory of Numbers | ||
Discrete Mathematics | ||
Graph Theory | ||
Intro to Combinatorics | ||
Mathematical Logic | ||
Linear Programming | ||
Analysis | ||
Intro Differential Systems | ||
Intro Differential Equations | ||
Intro to Differential Eq Plus | ||
Honors Real Analysis | ||
Honors Advanced Analysis | ||
Differential Equations | ||
Intro Partial Diff Equations | ||
Elementary Real Analysis | ||
Applied Complex Variables | ||
Real Variables | ||
Complex Variables | ||
Numerical Analysis | ||
Nonlinear Programming | ||
Advanced Engineering Math | ||
Dynamics & Differential Eqns | ||
Geometry | ||
Non Euclidean Geometry | ||
Euclidean Geometry | ||
Differential Geometry | ||
Honors Topics in Mathematics | ||
Set Theory and Topology | ||
Vector and Tensor Analysis | ||
Probability and Statistics | ||
Probability Theory | ||
Statistics and Probability I | ||
Statistics and Probability II ^{1} | ||
or STAT 420 | Methods of Applied Statistics | |
Total Hours | 19 |
^{1} | Students may use STAT 410 or STAT 420, but not both toward the minor. |