The Mathematics minor provides a wide array of progressive courses to satisfy the full range of  your academic pursuits in mathematics.

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Program Highlights

In addition to the Mathematics Minor, the Mathematics Program offers courses in math designed to fulfill Quantitative Literacy and Social Issues CORE curriculum requirements and prerequisites for majors and minors in other departments. Course offerings span from college math to calculus, from statistics to quantitative reasoning and analysis, and more. 

Career Paths

Potential career paths for students with a strength in mathematics include: 

  • Software engineering
  • Quantitative analysis
  • Bioinformatics
  • Data mining
  • Materials science
  • Finance and economics
  • Ecology, epidemiology, and environmental issues
  • Climatology
  • Financial engineering
  • Accounting


Degrees Offered


Course Catalog

Minor Requirements

Office Hours

Mon.–Fri., 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Admissions and Aid

A degree from a private university like Dominican University of California is more accessible than you might think. For most students there is no application fee and we don't ask for test scores. We're also proud to say that more than 99 percent of our first-year incoming students receive financial aid, which makes paying for school within reach.

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School of Health and Natural Sciences

Our undergraduate and graduate programs emphasize the connection between professional knowledge and practice, intellect and vocation. We combine a solid liberal arts foundation with in-depth scientific and professional studies.

School of Health and Natural Sciences (HNS) Learn more about HNS minors

Faculty and Staff

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Chris Endicott, PhD

Laboratory Manager