Non-Major Courses

Check with your major advisor to verify which Math/Stat courses are required for your program.

Major
Math/Stats Courses You're Probably Already Taking
The Next Math Class
You Should Take

Accounting
  • ECON 222 (Stats for Business and Econ) or STAT 210 (Statistics)
  • MATH 140 (Applied Calculus) or MATH 212 (Calculus I)
  • STAT 310 (Intermediate Statistics): Learn even more statistical tools and methods.
  • DSCI 210 (Data Science): Learn the essential tools for working with large databases.
Art
  • MATH 100 (Survey of Mathematics) or STAT 100 (Numbers and Data in Society)
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics): Increase your knowledge of statistics.
Biochemistry
  • MATH 212 (Calculus I)
  • MATH 213 (Calculus II)
  • STAT 305 (Biometry): Learn how to analyze data in a biological setting.
  • MATH 312 (Multi-Variable Calculus): Learn how to apply calculus concepts to 3D surfaces.
Biology
  • MATH 212 (Calculus I)
  • MATH 213 (Calculus II)
  • MATH 313/314 (Differential Equations): Learn how to model changes in population and growth.
  • STAT 305 (Biometry): Learn how to analyze data in a biological setting.
Business
Administration
  • ECON 222 (Stats for Business and Econ) or STAT 210 (Statistics)
  • MATH 112 (Applied Pre-Calculus)
  • MATH 140 (Applied Calculus): Learn how to use information describing change to make business decisions.
  • STAT 310 (Intermediate Statistics): Learn even more statistical tools and methods.
  • DSCI 210 (Data Science): Learn the essential tools for working with large databases.
Chemistry
  • MATH 212 (Calculus I)
  • MATH 213 (Calculus II)
  • MATH 313/314 (Differential Equations): Take calculus to the next level to model reactions.
  • STAT 305 (Biometry): Learn about the role of statistics in the laboratory. 
Major  Math/Stats Courses You're Probably Already Taking  The Next Math Class
You Should Take
 
Clinical Lab
Science
  • MATH 120 (Pre-Calculus)
  • STAT 305 (Biometry)
  • STAT 310 (Intermediate Statistics): Learn even more statistical tools and methods.
  • DSCI 210 (Data Science): Learn the essential tools for working with large databases.
Communication
Studies
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics) or STAT 210 (Statistics)
  • STAT 310 (Intermediate Statistics): Learn even more statistical tools and methods.
Computer
Science
  • STAT 210 (Statistics)
  • MATH 212 (Calculus I)
  • DSCI 210 (Data Science): Learn the essential tools for working with large databases.
  • STAT 310 (Intermediate Statistics): Learn even more statistical tools and methods.
  • MATH 213 (Calculus II): Learn more about the mathematics of change.
Data Science
  • STAT 360 (Regression)
  • Take any course STAT 320 or higher (except STAT 370) to earn a minor in Statistics.
Economics
  • MATH 140 (Applied Calculus) or MATH 212 (Calculus I)
  • ECON 322 (Statistics for Business and Econ) or STAT 310 (Intermediate Statistics)
  • DSCI 210 (Data Science): Learn the essential tools for working with large databases.
  • MATH 213 (Calculus II): Learn more about the mathematics of change.
  • STAT 360 (Regression): Learn more about modeling data.
Engineering
  • STAT 303 (Introduction to Engineering Statistics)
  • MATH 312 (Multi-Variable Calculus)
  • MATH 313 (Differential Equations)
  • MATH 242 (Linear Algebra): Earn a minor in Mathematics just by taking this extra course.
  • MATH 332 (Numerical Analysis): Learn some of the mathematical techniques that are used in CME 460 (Intro to Finite Element Analysis).
  • STAT 321 (Industrial Experimental Design): Learn how to design statistically-valid experiments.
Major  Math/Stats Courses You're Probably Already Taking  The Next Math Class
You Should Take
 
English
  • MATH 100 (Survey of Mathematics) or STAT 100 (Numbers and Data in Society)
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics): Increase your knowledge of statistics. 
Finance
  • MATH 140 (Applied Calculus) or MATH 212 (Calculus I)
  • ECON 322 (Statistics for Business and Economics) or STAT 310 (Statistics)
  • MATH 213 (Calculus II): Learn more about the mathematics of change.
  • STAT 360 (Regression): Learn more about modeling data.
  • DSCI 210 (Data Science): Learn the essential tools for working with large databases.
Geoscience
  • MATH 212 (Calculus I)
  • MATH 213 (Calculus II)
  • MATH 313/314 (Differential Equations): Take calculus to the next level to model large systems.
  • STAT 305 (Biometry): Learn about the role of statistics in the laboratory.
Global
Studies
  • MATH 100 (Survey of Mathematics) or STAT 100 (Numbers and Data in Society)
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics): Increase your knowledge of statistics.
Health, Exercise and
Rehabilitation Science
(Movement Science)
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics) or STAT 210 (Statistics)
  • MATH 117 (Pre-Calculus with Modeling)
  • STAT 310 (Intermediate Statistics): Learn even more about statistical tools and methods.
  • MATH 212 (Calculus I): Learn the mathematics of motion.
History
  • MATH 100 (Survey of Mathematics) or STAT 100 (Numbers and Data in Society)
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics): Increase your knowledge of statistics.
Major  Math/Stats Courses You're Probably Already Taking  The Next Math Class
You Should Take
 
Legal Studies
  • MATH 100 (Survey of Mathematics) or STAT 100 (Numbers and Data in Society) 
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics): Increase your knowledge of statistics. 
Marketing
  • MATH 140 (Applied Calculus) or MATH 212 (Calculus I)
  • ECON 222 (Statistics for Business and Economics) or STAT 210 (Statistics
  • MATH 213 (Calculus II): Learn more about the mathematics of change.
  • STAT 310 (Intermediate Statistics): Learn even more about statistical tools and methods.
  • DSCI 210 (Data Science): Learn the essential tools for working with large databases.
Mass Communications
  • MATH 100 (Survey of Mathematics) or STAT 100 (Numbers and Data in Society) 
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics): Increase your knowledge of statistics.  
Mathematics
  • STAT 210 (Statistics)
  • STAT 310 (Intermediate Statistics): Learn even more statistical tools and methods.
  • Take the above course and two more STAT courses to earn a minor in Statistics.
Music
  • MATH 100 (Survey of Mathematics) or STAT 100 (Numbers and Data in Society) 
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics): Increase your knowledge of statistics.  
Music Business
  • MATH 100 (Survey of Mathematics) or STAT 100 (Numbers and Data in Society) 
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics): Increase your knowledge of statistics.  
Major  Math/Stats Courses You're Probably Already Taking  The Next Math Class
You Should Take
 
Nursing
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics)
  • STAT 310 (Intermediate Statistics): Learn even more statistical tools and methods.
Physics
  • MATH 312 (Multi-Variable Calculus)
  • MATH 313 (Differential Equations)
  • MATH 413 (Applied Mathematics)
  • MATH 242 (Linear Algebra): Learn the tools required for working with high-dimensional information.
  • STAT 303 (Engineering Statistics): Learn how to analyze your lab data.
  • Take both of the above courses to earn a minor in Mathematics.
Political Science
  • MATH 100 (Survey of Mathematics) or STAT 100 (Numbers and Data in Society) 
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics): Increase your knowledge of statistics.  
Psychology
  • PSY 231 (Statistics)
  • STAT 310 (Intermediate Statistics): Learn even more statistical tools and methods.
  • STAT 360 (Regression Analysis): Learn more about the most common type of analysis used in psychological studies.
Public Administration
  • MATH 100 (Survey of Mathematics) or STAT 100 (Numbers and Data in Society) 
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics): Increase your knowledge of statistics.  
Recreation, Tourism
and Therapeutic
Recreation
  • MATH 100 (Survey of Mathematics) or STAT 100 (Numbers and Data in Society) 
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics): Increase your knowledge of statistics.  
Major  Math/Stats Courses You're Probably Already Taking  The Next Math Class
You Should Take
 
Social Work
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics)
  • STAT 310 (Intermediate Statistics): Learn even more statistical tools and methods.
Sociology
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics) 
  •  STAT 310 (Intermediate Statistics): Learn even more statistical tools and methods.
Spanish
  • MATH 100 (Survey of Mathematics) or STAT 100 (Numbers and Data in Society) 
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics): Increase your knowledge of statistics.  
Statistics
  • MATH 312 (Multi-Variable Calculus)
  • MATH 337 (Probability)
  • MATH 247 (Discrete Mathematics): Learn the methods of non-calculus mathematics.
  • Earn a minor in Mathematics just by taking the above course.
Theatre
  • MATH 100 (Survey of Mathematics) or STAT 100 (Numbers and Data in Society) 
  • STAT 110 (Fundamentals of Statistics): Increase your knowledge of statistics.