Learn to analyze and solve complex mathematical problems in the University of Central Missouri’s Mathematics minor. You’ll take courses from faculty mentors who are experts in their fields — some of whom are even leading the way to improve mathematics education at the national level to ensure student success.
Wide applications for many majors
UCM’s Mathematics minor is a great fit for a wide variety of majors. It pairs particularly well with our bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science, Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Business and the social sciences, such as Psychology.
Which Mathematics minor is right for you?
This non-BSE Mathematics minor is a great program for students who want to enhance their primary major with additional problem-solving and logic skills. If you intend to teach mathematics at the middle or junior high school level, the Mathematics minor for BSE is best for you.
Fewer than 30 students per class
Gain valuable math skills for many jobs
Undergraduate research opportunities
Gain on-the-job experience
In the University of Central Missouri’s Mathematics minor program, you’ll learn problem-solving, analytical and critical-thinking skills that will help you work through any mathematical problem or intellectual exercise. Through undergraduate courses that train you in the deep-thinking techniques used in essential branches of mathematics, you’ll learn strategies for working through complex challenges that will complement your major program of study.
Core classes you may take in the UCM Mathematics minor include:
As an undergraduate student in the University of Central Missouri’s Mathematics minor program, you can participate in exciting learning opportunities such as:
You can add a Mathematics minor to any bachelor’s degree to enhance your knowledge base and give you the analytical skills you need to make yourself more marketable in your job search after graduation. Graduates with a Mathematics minor often find employment in a wide variety of industries — from business to financial management to the sciences — where they use their skills to analyze data, solve problems and calculate statistical probabilities.
Through the UCM Career Services Center, we provide post-graduation employment guidance and help you find an engaging career path that will make the most of your mathematical skills, primary major and interests.
Use the interactive tool below to learn more about projected job growth, career options, salary potential and more.
At the University of Central Missouri, you’ll get an education that works hard for you at a price that’s within your reach. To help you achieve your educational goals, UCM provides a variety of ways for you to finance your undergraduate education, including:
Thanks to our low tuition and wide variety of financial aid resources, the University of Central Missouri has been named by LendEDU as a top-ranked university for low student debt.
The UCM Alumni Association also provides students in certain degree programs with additional scholarships and tuition assistance. You can learn more about program-specific scholarships for your major with the UCM Scholarship Finder.
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