For minors in mathematics and statistics:
All hours counted toward the minor must be passed with “C” or better.
At least 6 hours of upper-level course work in the minor must be completed at the University of Houston-Downtown.
Catalog Degree Description
Math 2401-2402 or Math 2411-2412, plus least 10 hours of mathematics courses (2000-level and above), at least 6 hours of which must be upper-level mathematics courses (3000-level and above), excluding MATH 3321 and 3322.
Three example sequences of courses that students of this program might take are:
Computer Science ||
Biology or Chemistry |
|Math 2401||Math 2401||Math 2411|
|Math 2402||Math 2402||Math 2412|
|Math 3301||Math 2405||Math 2407|
|Math 2407||Math 3309||Math 3301|
|Math 3308||Math 4308||Math 3302|
One of the following sequences:
MATH 1305, MATH 1306, STAT 3309 or
MATH 2401, MATH 2402, MATH 3302
STAT 3310 or STAT 3311
At least 6 hours of 4000-level statistics courses.
6 hours of lower level MATH and ECON from the following:
ECO 2301 - Principles of Economics I
MATH 1305 - Finite Mathematics with Applications or
MATH 1306 - Fundamentals of Calculus with Applications
MATH 2401 - Calculus I
MATH 2411 - Calculus I for the Natural Sciences
12 hours of upper level in MATH and STAT from the following:
MATH 3317 - Actuarial Mathematics I
MATH 3318 - Actuarial Mathematics II
MATH 4316 - Decision Mathematics (or STAT 4303 - Decision Mathematics)
MATH 3302 - Probability and Statistics
STAT 3309 - Statistical Analysis for Business Applications I
STAT 3311 - Statistical Analysis for Natural Science
FOR ALL MINORS:
All hours counted toward the minor must be passed with “C” or better. At least 6 hours of upper-level course work in the minor must be completed at the University of Houston-Downtown.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact the program coordinator.