Minor - Mathematics

University Campus

With skills in quantitative reasoning, problem solving and data analysis, mathematicians are highly sought after by employers in a wide range of industries.

With a Mathematics minor, you’ll learn to think critically and abstractly, and apply mathematical models to solve real-world problems. Find work in a variety of industries, including finance, biotech, government, computer science, insurance and education—or pursue graduate study in medicine, engineering and law.

Professional development opportunities

  • 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio: With a 16:1 student-teacher ratio at University Campus, you’ll receive personal attention and forge close working relationships with faculty.
  • Co-curricular activities: Join math club to connect with students who love statistics and calculus as much as you.
  • Conferences: Travel to national and local math meetings. Present at the Mathematical Association of America Florida conference.
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