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Minor in Mathematics
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Minor in Mathematics

Mathematics involves both purely abstract concepts as well as practical topics with applications to a variety of fields, including the natural sciences, the social sciences, computer science, and technology.  Mathematics helps us to understand the world by providing a coherent and efficient language in which real phenomena can be described and modeled, and it provides powerful tools that we can use to help implement our ideas.

The goal of the mathematics minor is to introduce students to some of the many topics used in mathematics, with an emphasis on applications.  All students will complete a three-semester sequence in Calculus.  Then, based on his or her particular interests, the student will select additional courses from the more advanced topics.


For program Advice:

Program Advisor
Daniel Jordan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Columbia College Chicago
623 S. Wabash Ave., Room 500
Chicago, IL 60605

Phone: 312-369-8503

djordan@colum.edu

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