The Minor in Mathematics is available to any student not majoring in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics.

- The student must complete 23 or more semester units as follows:
- MATH 122 Calculus I (4)
- MATH 123 Calculus II (4)
- MATH 224 Calculus III (4)
- MATH 247 Introduction to Linear Algebra (3)
- And take 9 units of upper-division MATH or STAT courses to include MATH 361A but not MATH 370A.

The student may replace MATH 123 and 224 by MATH 222 and an additional 3 units of upper division MATH or STAT (excluding MATH 370A) not used to meet the above upper-division requirements.

- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (code MATHBS01)
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics – Option in Applied Mathematics (code MATHBS02)
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics – Option in Statistics (code MATHBS04)
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics – Option in Mathematics Education (code MATHBS03) – Single Subject Preliminary Credential Mathematics (code 165)
- Honors in Mathematics
- Minor in Mathematics (code MATHUM01)
- Minor in Applied Mathematics (code MATHUM02)
- Minor in Statistics (code MATHUM03)

- How to Apply
- Master of Science in Mathematics (code MATHMS01)
- Master of Science in Mathematics – Option in Applied Mathematics (code MATHMS02)
- Master of Science in Mathematics – Option in Mathematics Education for Secondary School Teachers (code MATHMS04)
- Master of Science in Applied Statistics (code MATHMS05)

- Mathematics Prebaccalaureate – MAPB – Lower Division
- Mathematics – MATH – Lower Division
- Mathematics – MATH – Upper Division
- Mathematics – MATH – Graduate Level
- Mathematics Education – MTED – Lower Division
- Mathematics Education – MTED – Upper Division
- Mathematics Education – MTED – Graduate Level
- Statistics – STAT – Lower Division
- Statistics – STAT – Upper Division
- Statistics – STAT – Graduate Level