Offered in: Chicago
Mathematics is a beautiful and interesting subject that involves statistics, numbers, functions, shapes, and structures. These concepts are logically interconnected and develop into a fascinating theory. They are also used to solve real world problems from a wide variety of areas, including science, computer science, social science, finance, and business. The study of mathematics provides training in disciplined thought and analysis.
At Roosevelt, the minor in mathematics allows students from other fields to gain additional analytical, quantitative, and problem-solving skills. Students will also learn to apply ideas from mathematics to other fields of knowledge and to communicate mathematics effectively.
All five required Mathematics courses for the minor must be passed with a C- or higher, and at least three must be completed at Roosevelt. Interested students who have completed a college calculus course that did not transfer in as MATH 231 CALCULUS I (such as MATH 202 APPLIED CALCULUS FOR HEALTH SCIENCE AND BUSINESS) are encouraged to discuss course options with the department chair.
|MATH 231||CALCULUS I||5|
|Four MATH courses, at least three must be at the 200-level or higher||12-14|
|Total Credit Hours||17-19|
Students completing a major in Actuarial Science who would like to complement their major with a minor in Mathematics must choose courses that they do not double count as a part of their Actuarial Science major.
|MATH 245||DISCRETE STRUCTURES||3|
|MATH 290||INTRODUCTION TO PROOF||1|
|Four MATH courses, at least three must be at the 200-level or higher, none of which can be double counted for the actuarial science major||12-14|
|Total Credit Hours||16-18|