Major

Math/Stats Courses You're Probably Already Taking

The Next Math Class
You Should Take

Accounting



Art


 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 (MultiVariable 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 PreCalculus)

 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 (PreCalculus)
 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


 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 (MultiVariable 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 statisticallyvalid 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 (PreCalculus 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 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 (MultiVariable Calculus)
 MATH 313 (Differential Equations)
 MATH 413 (Applied Mathematics)

 MATH 242 (Linear Algebra): Learn the tools required for working with highdimensional 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


 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 (MultiVariable Calculus)
 MATH 337 (Probability)

 MATH 247 (Discrete Mathematics): Learn the methods of noncalculus 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.
