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Minor in Mathematics

Explore the relationships in our created world and universe through the tools of mathematics.

The Mathematics minor at CCU has a primary goal of developing the mental attitudes and analytical skills required for efficient use, appreciation, and understanding of mathematics. The minor combines the various fields and focuses of calculus, statistics, and algebra in order to provide a well-rounded understanding and skilled competency in the field.

Offered through CCU's School of Science and Engineering, the Math program focuses on the development of rigorous mathematic reasoning and abstraction from the particular to the general. Coursework is designed to help students see the interplay of applications, mathematics problem solving, and theory.

A minor offers a concentrated area of coursework to supplement your major field of study. It is designed to enhance the range of topics and knowledge for a well-rounded student. It can provide exposure to important concepts that help students prepare for a fast-paced workplace.

Mathematics at CCU

The Mathematics minor at CCU is designed for those interested in learning how to describe many relationships in our created world and universe through the tools of mathematics. Besides deepening students' understanding of mathematical concepts, this pursuit will sharpen organizational and analytical skills and improve students' abilities in applying mathematics in a variety of areas. The minor will prepare students to pursue careers that require problem-solving and creative-thinking abilities in a broad range of professional fields including business, government, the sciences, and education.

What can you do with a minor in mathematics?
  • Budget Analyst
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Market Researcher
  • Statistician
Interesting Classes You Might Take
  • Calculus I/II
  • Linear Algebra
  • Statistics and Probability

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About the School of Science and Engineering

In the School of Science and Engineering at Colorado Christian University, character forms the bedrock of God-honoring and kingdom-building science. We aim to help our students explore the world that God created, use cutting-edge technology, and discover how faith interacts with questions that arise out of studying science. We focus on teaching our students how to articulate a Christian perspective on issues such as bioethics, ecology, and human life.

Science and engineering programs are taught within the world of ideas, synthesizing the liberal arts, advanced theories, and applied technology. Our faculty intentionally seek out ways to hone a Christ-like character in our students, inspiring them to become moral and ethical, world-changing leaders. Purposefully small classes and laboratories invite students to learn with their hands as well as their minds. This instills a level of mastery necessary to become a leader in rapidly-advancing fields of science and engineering.

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