Minor in Mathematics
A perfect addition.
There are countless ways in which you can benefit from a minor in mathematics. More than knowledge, you will have in hand a skill set, supplying you with everything from research and problem-solving techniques in your field of study to the know-how for managing finances, from business funds to household budget.
With the William Woods mathematics minor you will gain experience in subject areas from calculus to formal logic, higher geometry, algebra, statistics and more. Whether you are pursuing a degree in business, biology, equine administration, accounting, or something else, a background in mathematics will increase the value of your degree and your future career.
The minor in mathematics at William Woods University includes 6 required course credits and 12 required elective course credits.
Courses you may take
MAT 124 - Calculus I -M - 5.00
An introduction to the concepts of limits, continuity, differentiation of elementary functions, definite and indefinite integrals, and the Fundamental Theorem. Emphasis on use graphing calculators and the utility of mathematics as a problem solving tool. Extensive discussion of applications in natural science, social science, and business. Prerequisite: MAT 118 or MAT 120
MAT 214 - Calculus II - 4.00
A continuation of MAT 124. Further techniques of differentiation and integration, the calculus of exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and probability distribution functions, as well as elementary differential equations. Requires extensive use of graphing calculators. Applications to biology, economics, and physics are studied throughout. Prerequisite: MAT 124