The mathematics minor is designed to add quantitative problem solving and rigor to other related majors, especially those in fields of business, finance, technology, and science.
Some classes in this minor include:
- Problem Solving
- Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
- Linear Algebra
- Foundations of Mathematics I
- Numerical Analysis
- Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
- Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
Interning with the Fridley, MN office Primerica team has been an amazing opportunity. There have been several interesting mathematical concepts dealing with personal finance that I have learned, mostly involving basic investment strategies and various rules relating to practical money usage. Mostly, however, I gained a much deeper understanding of leadership and how to work with people and get them involved in doing things that make a lot of sense to them both career-wise and personally.
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