Minors & Certificates
What is Mathematics?
Mathematical sciences include the disciplines of pure mathematics, applied mathematics and statistics. Mathematicians and statisticians use representations of abstract ideas and relationships to solve problems in order to arrive at a general understanding of how these representations work, as well as how they could be applied. Mathematical sciences students learn complex analytical and problem-solving skills while exploring a range of mathematical topics and problems.
The field of mathematical sciences is quite diverse, so success factors tend to vary. Certainly, good reasoning skills and logical thinking, along with the ability to communicate abstract concepts are important. Mathematicians enjoy challenging problems and find it difficult to stop working on a problem until they arrive at a satisfactory solution.
Math & Stat Electives
Three courses required from this group. (MATH 2073 & STAT 2037 recommended, but not required.) Students may not count both a 51xx undergraduate course and the corresponding 60xx graduate course for credit towards the minor.
|MATH6051||Applied Ordinary Differential Equations||3|
|MATH6001||Advanced Calculus I||4|
|STAT6021||Mathematical Statistics I||3|
|MATH5102||Advanced Calculus II||4|
|MATH6005||Introduction to Complex Analysis||3|
|STAT5122||Mathematical Statistics II||3|
|MATH3008||Introduction to Financial Mathematics||3|
|MATH4009||Financial Mathematics for Actuarial Sciences||3|
|MATH3002||Introduction to Analysis||3|
|MATH6011||Computational Financial Mathematics||3|
|MATH5151||Applied Ordinary Differential Equations||3|
|MATH5112||Applied Linear Algebra||3|
|STAT5145||Statistical Computing with SAS and S-plus||3|
|MATH5101||Advanced Calculus I||4|
|MATH6012||Applied Linear Algebra||3|
|STAT5121||Mathematical Statistics I||3|
|MATH3001||Introduction to Abstract Math||3|
|MATH2073||Ordinary Differential Equations||3|
|MATH5107||Partial Differential Equations and Fourier Analysis||3|
|MATH6010||Probabilistic Aspects of Financial Modeling||3|
|MATH5105||Introduction to Complex Analysis||3|
|STAT4021||Special Topics in Statistics||3|
|MATH4008||Introduction to Probability||3|
|MATH4012||Differential Geometry and Topology||3|
|STAT6031||Applied Statistics I||3|
|MATH5110||Probabilistic Aspects of Financial Modeling||3|
|MATH6003||Abstract Linear Algebra||3|
|MATH6007||Partial Differential Equations and Fourier Analysis||3|
|STAT2037||Probability and Statistics I||3|
|STAT3038||Probability and Statistics II||3|
|MATH5111||Computational Financial Mathematics||3|
|MATH6002||Advanced Calculus II||4|
|MATH3004||Introduction to Abstract Algebra||3|
|STAT5131||Applied Statistics I||3|
|MATH4011||Introduction to Number Theory||3|
|STAT6032||Applied Statistics II||3|
|MATH4001||Special Topics in Mathematics||3|
|MATH5108||Applied Probability and Stochastic Processes||3|
|STAT6022||Mathematical Statistics II||3|
|STAT6045||Statistical Computing with SAS and S-plus||3|
|MATH6008||Applied Probability and Stochastic Processes||3|
|MATH3005||Introduction to Geometry||3|
|MATH5103||Abstract Linear Algebra||3|
|STAT5132||Applied Statistics II||3|
Math Minor Requirements
Math 1061 or higher proficiency is required to begin this 24 hour minor. Students must earn a minimum of 9 credits in the College of Arts and Sciences at UC. Of these, a minimum of 6 credits toward the minor must be at the 2000-level or higher.
Three courses from Math & Stat Electives group below (MATH 2073 & STAT 2037 recommended)
UC Advantages and Special Opportunities
Students in the UC McMicken College of Arts and Sciences (A&S) enjoy many benefits afforded through study at a research-intensive institution ranked among the nation's top 25 public research universities. UC's urban, Tristate location offers exciting opportunities for global education, research and service learning, while its student-centered focus includes an 11:1 student-faculty ratio, a nationally recognized Center for Exploratory Studies and a highly successful First Year Experience program that teaches critical skills for first-year students and provides connections with important campus resources.
Students already pursuing a degree in any college at UC can add the minor to their program. Be sure to submit a declaration of the minor using our online form.
In addition, you must meet with the program director so that the department is aware that you are pursuing the minor and can advise you appropriately. Do this early enough to avoid delay in obtaining your minor.
If you have declared the minor, it will appear on your application for graduation. Apply for graduation as you normally would for your bachelor’s degree.
AccreditationThe University of Cincinnati and all regional campuses are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Completion of Academic Minor Degree in Mathematics
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