Field 7: Mathematical Sciences
Designated courses that enable students to reason quantitatively, abstractly, or computationally about the world using the symbol systems rooted in quantitative measures, logical analysis, and/or algorithms to solve practical problems.
Goal: Students will be conversant with the essential terminology and concepts of a mathematical, statistical or algorithmic system.
- (1A) Demonstrate knowledge of the vocabulary and notation of a mathematical, statistical or algorithmic system.
- (1B) Demonstrate understanding of the theory behind the concepts and techniques of a mathematical, statistical, or algorithmic system.
Goal: Students will have the appropriate skills and techniques used in problem analysis and solution.
- (2A) Analyze and apply appropriate quantitative, theoretical, and/or computational techniques to solve problems.
- (2B) Interpret the results of their analysis clearly.
|ATH 398||Statistics and Research Design|
|CSC 108/L||Introduction to Web Computing|
|CSC 111/L||Introduction to Programming|
|CSC 127/L||Introduction to Game Design|
|MAT 105||Finite Mathematics|
|MAT 106||Calculus for the Non-Sciences I|
|MAT 108||Precalculus for Sciences|
|MAT 109||Calculus with Review I|
|MAT 111||Calculus I|
|MAT 115||Calculus for Business I|
|MAT 121||Mathematics through History|
|MAT 131||Statistics and Computers|
|MAT 141||Inferential Statistics and Computers for Science|
|MAT 150||Mathematics and Politics|
|MAT 161||Mathematics for Elementary Teachers|
*Course offerings subject to change. Courses shown above may not be offered regularly.