The minor in Applied Mathematics and Statistics should be attractive to students majoring in a variety of disciplines, both in the School of Engineering and in the School of Arts and Sciences. The minor provides formal recognition of depth and strength of a student’s quantitative knowledge beyond the minimal requirements of his/her major.
Students interested in a minor in Applied Mathematics and Statistics should see the department’s Academic Program Coordinator with a completed minor proposal form and the Registrar’s “Add a Minor” form.
The requirements of the minor in Applied Mathematics and Statistics are:
1. Completion of an approved program of study containing at least 18 credits in courses coded Q. The first two courses in calculus (i.e. 110.106-7 or 110.108-9, or their equivalents elsewhere) may not be used in fulfillment of this requirement.
2. Among the courses comprising the 18 credits, there must be:
3. All courses counted in fulfillment of requirements for the minor must be taken for a letter grade and be a C- or higher.
4. Students may not count all three courses, 553.310/311, 553.420/620, and 553.430/630 toward minor requirements.