## Mathematics

**Professor: **Carl T. Brezovec

**A minor is offered in Mathematic Modeling.**

The mission of the Mathematics program is to develop clear thinking and an appreciation
of the indispensable role of the discipline in understanding our data-driven modern
world. The following goals permeate program coursework. Specifically, through the
courses in our program, students will develop:

• the recognition that mathematics is a process, not a black box that merely presents
the “correct” answer,

• skills for exploring and understanding various mathematical models, from a variety
of academic fields,

• logical thinking skills,

• facility with the appropriate uses of technology and in reading mathematics, and,
perhaps most importantly,

• the ability to share their work with the appropriate audience, both orally and in
print.

## Minor Requirements

## The minor in Mathematical Modelling requires successful completion of the following courses:

MT221 Calculus I

MT222 Calculus II

MT260 Statistics

MT301 Introduction to Mathematical Proofs

MT300-level Mathematics Elective

MT300-level Mathematics Elective

### Program Courses

MT221 |
Calculus I |

MT222 |
Calculus II |

MT260 |
Statistics I |

MT301 |
Intro to Math Proofs |

MT305 |
History of Mathematics |

MT311 |
Linear Algebra |

MT315 |
College Geometry |

MT321 |
Calculus III |

MT330 |
Intro to Differ Equations |

MT373 |
Prob & Math Stats |

MT375 |
Intro Operations Research |

MT380 |
Mathematics Seminar |

MT381 |
Mathematics Seminar |

MTELCTUL |
MT Elective-Upper Level |

MTELECT |
Approved Math Elective |