The SDSU Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers three distinct undergraduate minors that serve three distinct purposes. Please see the individual minor pages for details on the course requirements associated with each major.

## Mathematics Minor

The Mathematics Minor allows students to build substantial expertise in the mathematics relevant to their chosen field of study. Many engineering and science majors will find that the Mathematics Major fits will with their program of study and the demands of their future profession.

A special version of the Mathematics Minor that is well suited for the needs of students in the education program is available.

## Statistics Minor

The Statistics Minor allows students to build substantial expertise in statistics. It is distinct from the Applied Statistics Minor in that the Statistics Minor assumes knowledge of MATH 125 Calculus II, while the Applied Statistics Minor assumes knowledge of MATH 102 College Algebra.

## Applied Statistics Minor

The Applied Statistics Minor allows students to build substantial expertise in applied statistics. It is distinct from the Statistics Minor in that the Statistics Minor assumes knowledge of MATH 125 Calculus II, while the Applied Statistics Minor assumes knowledge of MATH 102 College Algebra.