Mathematics Minor

A minor in Mathematics at Seattle Pacific can give you an important advantage to your major, enabling you to respond to future employers’ needs.

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Course requirements for the Math minor are listed in the SPU Undergraduate Catalog.

  • A minor in Mathematics requires a total of 30 credits in mathematics, 15 of which need to be upper-division.
  • Many upper-division mathematics courses have lower-division prerequisites other than MAT 1234, 1235, and 1236. For example, MAT 2401 “Linear Algebra” and MAT 2720 “Discrete Mathematics” are prerequisites for some upper-division courses. As a result, most students will need to take more than the minimum 30 credits of mathematics courses to complete this minor.

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Applying for a minor

If you intend to minor in Mathematics, apply for a minor by the beginning of your junior year using this Major or Minor Application form. You must have earned a GPA of 2.5 or above in 15 credits of mathematics that apply to the minor for admission.

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