Students must complete all coursework including satisfaction of the University General Education Requirements and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Group Requirements, as well as the departmental minor requirements cited below. All coursework must be completed in accordance with the regulations of the University and the College governing undergraduate scholarship and degrees.
It is each student’s responsibility to learn the requirements, policies, and procedures governing the program the student is following and to act accordingly. Students should consult the Department of Mathematics’ undergraduate academic advisor on a regular basis. Although the advisor will provide assistance, the responsibility for fulfilling degree requirements remains with the student.
Emerging Scholars Program
The Emerging Scholars Program is a special honors program at the levels of MAT 1800, MAT 2010, and MAT 2020, that features collaborative learning through a challenging corequisite problem-solving workshop attached to the lecture section. Note that students need not be enrolled in the Honors College to take these courses. Each ESP calculus course MAT 2010 and MAT 2020) carries four honors credits, however, MAT 1800 does not offer honors credits. The Emerging Scholars Program seeks dedicated, hard-working students who want to excel in mathematics. Students who place into the level below MAT 1800 are encouraged to enroll in the Rising Scholars Program sections of MAT 1070 and/or MAT 0993 depending on placement, as preparation for the program. Contact the Emerging Scholars Program at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Multiple Minors or a Minor and a Major in the Mathematics Department
If a student wishes to pursue at least one major and a minor, or two minors, within the Mathematics Department, there must be at least one unique course for each minor. This means that at least one MAT or STA course which is used for each minor cannot be used for the other minor(s) or major(s). This includes courses that are considered equivalent to the Mathematics Department's MAT or STA courses and that are approved by the Math Department to meet a major or minor requirement. Students cannot major and minor in mathematics, nor can they major and minor in statistics.
A minimum of 7 credits of minor requirements at or above MAT or STA 5030 must be taken at Wayne State University. This includes courses that are considered equivalent to the Mathematics Department's MAT or STA courses and that are approved by the Mathematics Department to meet a major requirement.
Minimum Grade Requirements
The following grade requirements must be satisfied in the minor.
- C- or better in all required coursework.
- C or better average for all coursework.
1. STA courses previously designated by MAT (for example STA 2210 was previously labelled MAT 2210) are the same courses and meet the same requirements.
2. Although this policy is found in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) requirements, it is worth noting that if a student is majoring in a CLAS major, they must obtain at least one minor that has 3 unique courses from the major. This means that at least 3 courses used to complete requirements in the minor must not be used to complete requirements in the major.
3. The required courses listed are the minimum that students should complete. Students are encouraged to take more courses in order to strengthen their background and enhance their prospects for employment and/or graduate school.
Select one of the following:
|Elementary Linear Algebra|
|Differential Equations and Matrix Algebra|
Select one of the following:
|Probability and Statistics|
|Quantitative Methods II: Statistical Methods|
|Basic Engineering III: Probability and Statistics in Engineering|
|Introductory Statistics and Econometrics|
|Introduction to Biostatistics|
Select at least two of the following:
|Statistical Computing and Data Analysis|
|Topological Data Analysis|
|Introduction to Probability Theory|
|Introduction to Mathematical Statistics|
|Introduction to Data Science|
|Applied Time Series|
|Special Topics in Mathematics (Topic must be approved by the Department of Mathematics.)|
|Design of Experiments|
|Applied Regression Analysis|