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# Discrete Mathematics Minor

The Discrete Mathematics Minor is appropriate for students who are interested in branches of mathematics that do not rely on Calculus. It is an especially good complement for students interested in Computer Science.

Course | Title | Quarter Hours |
---|---|---|

MAT 140 | DISCRETE MATHEMATICS I | 4 |

MAT 141 | DISCRETE MATHEMATICS II | 4 |

MAT 216 | FOUNDATIONS OF ADVANCED MATHEMATICS | 4 |

One of the following: | 4 | |

MAT 220 | APPLIED LINEAR ALGEBRA | |

MAT 262 | LINEAR ALGEBRA | |

Two of the following: | 8 | |

MAT 302 | COMBINATORICS | |

MAT 303 | THEORY OF NUMBERS | |

MAT 305 | GRAPH THEORY | |

MAT 310 | ABSTRACT ALGEBRA I | |

MAT 370 | ADVANCED LINEAR ALGEBRA |

Students majoring in Mathematical Sciences cannot earn a minor in Discrete Mathematics. The Discrete Mathematics minor is open to students pursuing the BA Data Science or the BS Actuarial Science degrees granted by the Department of Mathematical Sciences.

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