Mathematics Second Major or Minor for MMSS Students

Students must also complete the Undergraduate Registration Requirement and the degree requirements of their home school.

Second Major in Mathematics for MMSS Majors

A student who has completed all of the requirements for an adjunct major in Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences (MMSS) but not a major in a social science must satisfy the standard requirements for the mathematics major to earn an additional major in mathematics. Students may not count any 300 level mathematics course toward both the MMSS adjunct major and the mathematics major.

Third Major in Mathematics for MMSS Majors

A student who has completed all of the requirements for an adjunct major in Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences (MMSS) and a major in a social science will satisfy the requirements for an additional major in mathematics by

Students may not count any 300 level mathematics course toward both the MMSS adjunct major and the mathematics major.

See the Mathematics Major for further information regarding Honors in Mathematics, Graduate Study in Mathematics, and Secondary Teaching Licensure in Mathematics.

Minor in Mathematics for MMSS Majors

A student who has completed all of the requirements for an adjunct major in Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences (MMSS) will satisfy the requirements for a mathematics minor by completing 1 of the following course sequences:

Course Title
MATH 320-1
MATH 320-2
MATH 320-3
Real Analysis
and Real Analysis
and Real Analysis
or MATH 321-1
MATH 321-2
MATH 321-3
MENU: Real Analysis
and MENU: Real Analysis
and MENU: Real Analysis

Students may not count any 300 level mathematics course toward both the MMSS adjunct major and the mathematics minor.