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Mathematics (Minor)

About the Program

About the Mathematics Department

A238 Buckham Hall
1300 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo, NY 14222
Phone: (716) 878-5621
Fax: (716) 878-6107
http://mathematics.buffalostate.edu/

Program Requirements

Required Courses (11-15 credit hours)
Select one from the following: 4-5
MAT 126 APPLIED CALCULUS I (4)
MAT 161 CALCULUS I 1 (4)

Select one from the following: 4-5
MAT 127 APPLIED CALCULUS II (4)
MAT 162 CALCULUS II 1 (4)

Select one from the following: 3-4
MAT 202 INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA
MAT 270 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
MAT 263 CALCULUS III 1 (4)

Electives (9 credit hours)
Select from the following: 9
MAT 300 TECHNIQUES OF PROOF (prerequisite: MAT 162)
MAT 301 FUNDAMENTALS OF ABSTRACT ALGEBRA (prerequisites: MAT 202 and MAT 270 or MAT 300)
MAT 302 ABSTRACT ALGEBRA II (prerequisite: MAT 301)
MAT 309 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS II (prerequisite: MAT 270)
MAT 311 INTRODUCTORY PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
MAT 315 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (prerequisite: MAT 162 or permission of instructor)
MAT 316 INTERMEDIATE DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (prerequisite: MAT 315)
MAT 318 MATHEMATICAL MODELING
MAT 319 MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY
MAT 322 MODERN GEOMETRY (prerequisite: MAT 270 or MAT 300)
MAT 325 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS (prerequisites: MAT 127 or MAT 162 and MAT 270 or permission of instructor)
MAT 351 ELEMENTARY THEORY OF NUMBERS
MAT 370 APPLIED NETWORKS (prerequisites: MAT 202 and MAT 270 or MAT 300)
MAT 381 PROBABILITY THEORY (prerequisites: MAT 270 and MAT 162. Credit will not be awarded for both MAT 325 adn MAT 381)
MAT 382 MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS (prerequisites: MAT 263 and MAT 381)
MAT 383 APPLIED STATISTICS I (prerequisites: MAT 382 and MAT 325)
MAT 390 INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS RESEARCH (prerequisite: MAT 202)
MAT 401 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTABILITY (prerequisites MAT 270 and either MAT 301W or MAT 351)
MAT 404 APPLICATIONS OF LINEAR ALGEBRA (prerequisites: MAT 162 and MAT 202)
MAT 411 COMPLEX VARIABLES (prerequisite: MAT 263)
MAT 417 INTRODUCTION TO REAL ANALYSIS I (prerequisite: MAT 263)
MAT 418 INTRODUCTION TO REAL ANALYSIS II (prerequisite: MAT 417)
MAT 430 SET THEORY
MAT 431 MATHEMATICAL LOGIC (prerequisite: MAT 300)
MAT 461 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS (prerequisites: MAT 162 and MAT 202)
MAT 471 INTRODUCTION TO TOPOLOGY (prerequisite: MAT 300)
MAT 490 SEMINAR (Permission of Instructor) (1-3)
MAT 495 SPECIAL PROJECT (Permission of Instructor) (1-3)
MAT 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY (Permission of Instructor) (3-12)

Total Credit Hours 20-23
1 MAT 161, MAT 162, and MAT 263 have one-hour co-requisites, MAT 163, MAT 164, MAT 264, respectively.

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