Minor in Mathematics
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The minor in mathematics helps to prepare students for careers that require strong mathematical preparation. Students have the opportunity to study mathematics beyond the requirements for their major and they are provided the opportunity to explore advanced topics in mathematics.
The minor in mathematics is open to all Cazenovia College students. Students who wish to minor in mathematics are strongly encouraged to start the minor early in their academic careers due to the sequential nature of the course topics.
Students seeking a minor in Mathematics must complete a total of 18 credits.
Students may choose from the following catalog courses:
SM 161 College Algebra
SM 165 Pre-Calculus
SM 261 Statistics
SM 265 Calculus I
SM 266 Calculus II
Students must have at least six credits from upper-division mathematics courses including, but not limited to, the following:
SM 303 Topics in Mathematics
SM 346 Linear Algebra
SM 361 Abstract Algebra
SM 366 Calculus III
SM 466 Differential Equations
Note: Students who enter the college prepared for calculus may need to take an additional upper-division course to meet the 18-credit requirement for the minor.
Note: Students may retake SM 303 Topics in Mathematics one time for credit as long as the topic has rotated.