Mathematics Genr & Finite (MGF)
This course is designed to be a foundation in quantitative reasoning for students preparing to take MGF 1106 or MGF 1107. Critical thinking skills, problem-solving strategies, communicating mathematically, and using appropriate technology will be incorporated throughout the course. Topics include working with fractions and decimals, unit conversions, basic geometry, evaluating formulas, and introductory probability and descriptive statistics. Students who already have credit for MAT 1033 need not take this course.
This is a general education mathematics course which includes the following topics: sets, logical reasoning, geometry, counting methods, probability, and statistics.
This is a general education mathematics course which includes the following topics: numeration systems, elementary number theory, financial mathematics, graph theory, and voting methods.