Loyola University Maryland

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Minor in Mathematics

The department offers two types of minors: one in mathematics, the other in statistics. The focus of the minor can take many directions depending on the MA/ST courses selected. Students pursuing a minor should discuss their academic and career interests with a department faculty member.

All students receiving a math minor must take MA 251, MA 252, one MA 400-level course, plus additional three or four-credit courses listed below:

Students graduating with a degree in a natural science, computer science, or engineering must take MA 251, MA 252, one MA 400-level course, plus three or four additional MA/ST courses: one at the 400-level plus two at the 200-level or higher, or four at the 200-/300-level.

Students graduating with a degree in the social sciences or humanities must take MA 251, MA 252, one MA 400-level course, plus three additional MA/ST courses at the 200-level or higher.

Students graduating with a degree in business must take MA 251, MA 252, one MA 400-level course, plus three additional courses: MA 301, ST 210 or EC 220 , and one of: MA/ST 300- or 400-level course or EC 405 or EC 420 or EC 425 .

Students graduating with a degree in elementary education must take a total of seven courses, which includes ST 210. The additional course options are: (1) MA 103, MA 104, one course at the 300-level or above, and one course at the 400-level, or (2a) MA 103, MA 395, one course at the 300-level or above, and MA 431 as a 400-level course, or (2b) MA 104, MA 395, one course at the 300-level or above, and MA 441 or MA 442 as a 400-level course. 

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