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### Mathematics Minor Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully complete a minor in Mathematics are expected to:

- Achieve mastery of a diverse collection of mathematical ideas, including the ideas of calculus;
- Communicate mathematics both orally and in writing;
- Think analytically and critically to create mathematical models of real world problems, analyze them, and interpret the analysis.

### The Mathematics Minor

The minor in Mathematics requires at least 20 semester credit hours of Mathematics at the 170 level or higher. At least four semester hours must include a course numbered 300 or above. FSMAT 201 may be counted toward the minor in Mathematics. CMPSC 230 (cross-listed as MATH 310) may be counted toward the minor in Mathematics. A student who elects to include this course in the Mathematics minor program may not also count it within a major or minor in Computer Science.

All Mathematics courses taken at Allegheny having a number higher than 159 must be taken on a letter-grade basis and are included in the GPA calculation for the minor. In the case of repeated courses, only the most recent grade is included.