Minoring in Mathematics at Marist College
A mathematics minor offers a firm foundation in the skills and techniques used by all mathematicians. Because it offers training in quantitative problem solving skills and in logical reasoning, a minor in mathematics is viewed very favorably by employers and professional schools. If you are considering the pursuit of a law degree, a masters in business administration, or entering a graduate program in the sciences or social sciences, this minor is a valuable asset. It is a significant addition to any resume, setting you apart from the crowd.
The minor consists of all the freshman and sophomore level courses required of mathematics majors:
- MATH 241, 242, 343 - Calculus I - III
- MATH 210 or MATH 250 - Linear Algebra or Discrete Mathematics I
- MATH 310 - Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning