The undergraduate minor in mathematics emphasizes knowledge and awareness of:
- calculus of several variables and vector analysis;
- the structure of mathematical proofs and definitions;
- basic linear algebra and the theory of vector spaces;
- at least one additional specialized area of mathematics.
Declaration of a minor in mathematics is open to any student enrolled at CU Boulder, regardless of college or school.
To earn a minor in mathematics, students must complete the following courses with a grade of C- or better in each course, and they must have at least a C (2.00) average for all attempted work in mathematics.
Required Courses and Credit Hours
|MATH 1300||Calculus 1||4-5|
|or APPM 1350||Calculus 1 for Engineers|
|MATH 2300||Calculus 2||4-5|
|or APPM 1360||Calculus 2 for Engineers|
|MATH 2400||Calculus 3||4-5|
|or APPM 2350||Calculus 3 for Engineers|
|MATH 2001||Introduction to Discrete Mathematics||3|
|or MATH 2002||Number Systems: An Introduction to Higher Mathematics|
|MATH 2130||Introduction to Linear Algebra for Non-Mathematics Majors||3|
|or MATH 2135||Introduction to Linear Algebra for Mathematics Majors|
|Three upper-division MATH courses (at least one at the 4000-level)||9|
|Total Credit Hours||27-30|