To minor in mathematics, a student must satisfactorily complete the following requirements:

- The equivalents of MATH 1500, MATH 1700 and MATH 2300
- 9 additional approved credits in math (students not taking MATH 2320 must take all 9 credits at the 3000/4000 level; students taking MATH 2320 need only an additional 6 credits at the 3000/4000 level)
- All courses completed with grades in C range or higher
- At least 9 credits used to satisfy the minor requirements taken in residence (College of Arts and Science requirement)

Students that have completed MATH 2300 (or transferable equivalent) can be apply for the Minor in Mathematics electronically at declareaminor.missouri.edu. It is the student’s responsible to ensure that all requirements of the minor are completed prior to graduation. You can check your progress towards completing the minor by running a degree audit via https://mydegreeplanner.missouri.edu/. Students are encouraged to run degree audits at least once a semester to ensure that the courses they have chosen count towards the minor.

Questions about Math Minor requirements can be directed to the Undergraduate Mathematics Advisor, Dustin Belt, at beltd@missouri.edu.

**Courses **

MATH 2320 Discrete Mathematical Structures (3).

MATH 3000 Introduction to Advanced Mathematics

MATH 4100 Differential Equations (3).

Math 4120 Combinatorics (3)

MATH 4140 Matrix Theory (3).

MATH 4150 History of Mathematics (3).

MATH 4300 Numerical Analysis (3).

MATH 4310 Numerical Linear Algebra (3).

MATH 4315 (STAT 4710) Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (3).

MATH 4320 (STAT 4750) Introduction to Probability Theory (3).

MATH 4330 Theory of Numbers (3).

MATH 4350 Introduction to Non-Euclidean Geometry (3).

MATH 4355 Introduction to Financial Derivatives and Options (3).

MATH 4370 Interest Theory (3)

MATH 4371 Models for Life Contingencies I (3)

MATH 4372 Models for Life Contingencies II (3)

MATH 4400 Introduction to Topology (3).

MATH 4500 Applied Analysis (3).

MATH 4520 (STAT 4760) Statistical Inference I (3).

MATH 4540 Mathematical Modeling I (3).

MATH 4560 Nonlinear Dynamics, Fractals and Chaos (3).

MATH 4580 Mathematical Modeling II (3).

MATH 4590 Mathematics of Financial Derivatives (3).

MATH 4700 Advanced Calculus of One Real Variable I (3).

MATH 4720 Introduction to Abstract Algebra I (3).

MATH 4900 Advanced Multivariable Calculus (3).

MATH 4920 Introduction to Abstract Linear Algebra (3).

MATH 4940 Introduction to Complex Variables (3).

Other 4000+ courses as approved by the Department of Mathematics. MATH 4060, 4070, or 4080 may not be used to fuflill Math Minor requirements.