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Computational Mathematics

A minor in Computational Mathematics provides students with a strong background in computational techniques using mathematical concepts. 

Students will develop knowledge and skills in the following areas:

  • Introduction Java programming
  • Introduction to Computation
  • Numerical Analysis
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Algorithm and Data Structures
  • Linear Algebra


This Minor requires a total of 24 credit hours. 

Computational Mathematics Minor Course Offerings

Mathematics Minor

A minor in Mathematics provides a broad knowledge of mathematics topics with depth in certain areas and a solid mathematics core within a flexible curriculum.

Students will learn to effectively use quantitative and analytical methods and the language of mathematics.


The Minor in Mathematics requires a total of 20 credit hours. 

Mathematics Minor Course Offerings

Physics Minor

A minor in Physics provides students with an understanding of various subfields of physics. As a student of physics, you will learn how to observe carefully, keep accurate records, think clearly and logically, solve problems, and work both on your own and in groups. This program complements major in chemistry, engineering, or mathematics. 


The Minor in Physics requires a total of 20 credit hours. 

Physics Minor Course Offerings

Students wishing to enroll in any Minor program can declare and select the required courses through their PAWS account.

Summer 2022

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$500 Scholarship Opportunity

Advising for summer courses is open. New and current students are eligible for a $500 summer scholarship if enrolled in 9 or more summer credits. 

Summer Scholarship Interest Form

Schedule Advising

Registration is Open

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Registration for both summer and fall courses is open for continuing students. Students can register for classes in self-service Banner or reference the following instructions and resources.

Department of Mathematics & Physics

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