Mathematics Minor


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A minor in Mathematics would be advantageous to a student contemplating graduate study in many sciences, egineering, telecommunications or financial mathematics.

To complete a minor in mathematics, 7 courses (24 credits) must be taken in mathematics in accordance with the following schedule.
Minor courses must be completed within the student's graduation timeline. A minimum GPA of 2.0 must be achieved in the minor coursework.

Please note, with the exception of the three 4-credit Calculus courses, mathematics courses are worth 3 credits. Inasmuch as the required courses are sequential and ordinarily offered yearly, the student may complete the minor in mathematics in - to reckon from the commencement of the semester in which Analytical Geometry and Calculus I is taken (and passed) - as few as two and one-half academic years; it is more likely, however, that the completion of the minor will require at least three full academic years. Owing to the fundamental nature mathematics, several majors at La Roche entail either a minor in mathematics or a significant part thereof.


Required Courses: 24 credits

MATH1032 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
MATH1033 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
MATH2030 Analytic Geometry & Calculus III
MATH2031 Ordinary Differential Equations
MATH2050 Discrete Mathematics I
MATH2051 Discrete Mathematics II
MATH3015 Linear Algebra