Mathematics Minor

Although no minor is required for the BS degree in Mathematics, a minor in Mathematics is available. The requirement is 16 units.

Minor Requirements 1
Lower Division
Select at least 8 units of lower division courses8
Calculus for Biological & Chemical Sciences II
Single Variable Calculus II for Engineers
Single Variable Calculus II
Multivariable and Vector Calculus
Ordinary Differential Equations
Upper Division
Select at least 8 units of upper division courses8
Mathematical Foundations
Geometry, Measurement, and Fractions for the Middle Grades
Statistics, Data Analysis, and Mathematical Modeling for the Middle Grades
Focus on Algebra for the Middle Grades
Probability Theory
Applied Statistical Computing and Multivariate Methods
Numerical Analysis
Discrete Mathematical Modeling
Euclidean Geometry
Complex Variables
Analysis I
Modern Algebra
Abstract Algebra I
Introduction to the History of Mathematics
Modern Mathematics for Teachers
Mathematical Statistics
Regression Modeling and Analysis
Design and Analysis of Experiments
Applied Cryptography
Partial Differential Equations
Analysis II
Number Theory
Linear Algebra II
Abstract Algebra II
Total Units16

An upper division course that does not count is MATH 3120 Geometry, Probability, and Statistics for Preservice Elementary Teachers. A minimum of eight upper division units must be completed at California State University, Bakersfield. Only one of these courses can also be counted towards the student's major.