Minors

Requirements for minors in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Computer Science for Secondary DPI Certification


Mathematics minor: A minimum of 22 credits

Required courses for minor: MT 210, 211, 325; MT 315 or 320, 365; and at least one of MT 410, 425, or 470. Additional courses to meet the minimum number of credits may be selected with faculty guidance from MT 209, 212, 315, 320, 410, 425 or 470. MT 120 may be counted as an elective in the minor if taken prior to declaring the Math minor. Students seeking secondary certification are required to take MT 320.

Mathematics Minor for Elementary/Middle Level Education Majors: a minimum of 22 credits

Required courses for minor: MT 102, 103, 320, 365; at least one of MT 209, 210, 211, or 212; a computer science course to be chosen with department approval; and at least one additional mathematics course with departmental approval. In addition to the 22 credits of Mathematics one needs to take ED 313 (3 credits) that includes an on-site experience selected with College of Education and Leadership faculty guidance.


Applied Mathematics minor (Recommended for students majoring in Computer Science): A minimum of 22 credits

Required courses for minor: MT 210, 211, 315, 410; and at least one of MT 365, 470, or 120. Additional courses to meet the 22‐credit minimum may be from mathematics courses numbered above MT 200. 


Computer Science minor: A minimum of 22 credits

Required courses for minor: CS 107, 212, 213, 305, and 315; one of the following pairs of courses: (CS 118, 250); or (CS 240, 435); or (CS 407, 415); or (CS 230, 330). An additional course to complete the minor may be selected with faculty guidance from the following: CS 306, 361, 390, 407, 415, 435. CS 390 can be taken for variable credits of 1 to 3.


Minor in Computer Science for Secondary DPI Certification (for students seeking secondary certification in CS) A minimum of 22 credits

Required courses for minor: CS 107, 212, 213, 305, and at least one of the following: CS 230 or 361. Additional courses to meet the 22‐credit minimum may be selected, with faculty guidance, from CS 390, 407, and 435. CS 390 can be taken for variable credit.