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**Emily Stone**

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For some majors (e.g., computer science and physics majors), it takes only 2-3 additional courses beyond the courses required by the major!

**And there are quite a few advantages:**

- A math minor looks good on your resume.
- It demonstrates you know quite a bit of mathematics or statistics.
- It demonstrates that you have rigorous reasoning and problem solving skills.
- Graduate programs in the quantitative sciences like it. And so do Medical Schools and Law Schools.
- It makes you more marketable.
- But most importantly: Earning a math minor is a challenge and it is fun!

- Courses must be listed in a UM-Missoula Catalog. (Transfer courses not equivalent to courses listed in a UM-Missoula Catalog will be evaluated on an individual basis.)
- M courses must be numbered 115 or higher (excluding M 118).
- The 23 credits must include:
- Applied Calculus (M 162) or Calculus II (M 172)
- Three 3– or 4– credit courses at the 300-level or above.

Beginning with the 2017-2018 Catalog, two of these three courses must be taken at UM-Missoula.

(Details are in the UM Catalog. Note that there are different requirements for a teaching minor in mathematics.)

**For more information about earning a math minor, download the Math Minor Handout (PDF).**

- Mathematical Sciences
- Phone: (406) 243-5311
- Contact the Math Department

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