With a minor in mathematics, you will increase your potential for employment or acceptance to graduate programs. You’ll learn new problem solving skills, use logic to analyze arguments, and become a more critical thinker. If your major is computer science, economics, physics, chemistry, business or a social science, this minor is a good fit for you.
Explore mathematics outside the classroom by joining a mathematics student organization. These include:
By participating in these organizations, you will learn from guest speakers, attend regional and national conferences, and participate in state and national mathematics competitions.