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This archived information is dated to the 2011-12 academic year only and may no longer be current.

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Minor in Mathematics

To qualify for the minor in Mathematics, a student should complete, for a letter grade, at least six Department of Mathematics courses (other than MATH 100) numbered 51 or higher, totaling a minimum of 24 units. For the purposes of this requirement, STATS 116, PHIL 151, and PHIL 152 count as Department of Mathematics courses. No other courses from outside the Department of Mathematics may be used towards the minor in Mathematics. It is recommended that these courses include either the sequence 51, 52, 53 or the sequence 51H, 52H, 53H. At least 12 of the units applied toward the minor in Mathematics must be taken at Stanford. The policy of the Mathematics Department is that no courses other than the MATH 50 series and below may be double-counted toward any other University major or minor.

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