Usually, no. The exceptions tend to be courses where the offering department has worked with us in development of the course and (at least historically) cross-listed the course. Since the College of Science stopped offering cross-listings between courses within the college, it may be tough to tell which courses can be used. We hope the following notes will help to clarify:

- ECOL 380
**does**count in the math minor, though the cross-listing has not been preserved. - PHIL/CSC/MATH 401A and 401B
**do count**in the math minor requirements. Since these courses are offered by the Philosophy department (not in the College of Science), the cross-listing has been preserved. - Either CSC 245 or CSC 473
**may be used**in the math minor, but not both courses. - Sorry, though the College of Engineering offers some courses with significant math content, they
**do not**fit the criteria for use in a math minor.

Something to keep in mind: graduate programs and employers who view a student's transcript will expect to see a minimum number of MATH courses for a student earning a math minor.