# Mathematics for Biology, Minor

The Mathematics for Biology Minor is an excellent complement to many majors; including physics, chemistry, engineering, computer science, biology, and more. The curriculum is designed to provide students with the opportunity to widen their background and skills in mathematics in order to gain a deeper understanding of the role that mathematics can play in their major coursework, with emphasis on mathematical modeling in biology.

A. Complete: | |

MATH 13 | Introduction to Abstract Mathematics |

MATH 113A- 113B | Mathematical Modeling in Biology and Mathematical Modeling in Biology |

B. Select two of the following: | |

Numerical Analysis I (plus MATH 105LA) | |

Introduction to Partial Differential Equations and Applications | |

Dynamical Systems | |

The Theory of Differential Equations | |

Linear Algebra | |

Elementary Analysis | |

C. One additional four-unit upper-division lecture course in MATH numbered 100–189. |

NOTE: Nearly all upper-division courses in Mathematics have MATH 2A-MATH 2B as prerequisites, and many courses have additional prerequisites such as MATH 2D, MATH 2E, MATH 3A, and/or MATH 3D.