4.0 Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning

Students will develop the ability to:

  1. Use deductive thinking to solve mathematical problems and to determine the reasonableness of their results
  2. Use a variety of problem-solving strategies that exhibit logical thinking
  3. Communicate findings both in writing and orally using supportive mathematical language and symbolism with supporting data or graphs
  4. Identify, understand and engage in mathematics as well as make well-founded mathematical judgments as a constructive, concerned, reflective citizen (quantitative literacy)

These courses fulfill General Competency Requirements

Courses

MTH 119Fundamental Statistics

3 credits

MTH 125Modern College Mathematics

3 credits

MTH 127Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers I

3 credits

MTH 128Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers II

3 credits

MTH 131Elements of College Mathematics

3 credits

MTH 132Calculus with Applications

3 credits

MTH 141Technical Mathematics I

4 credits

MTH 142Technical Mathematics II

4 credits

MTH 171Precalculus - Functions

3 credits

MTH 173Trigonometry

3 credits

MTH 214Calculus I

4 credits

MTH 215Calculus II

4 credits

MTH 243Discrete Structures

3 credits

MTH 244Discrete Structures

3 credits

MTH 251Fundamental Business Statistics

3 credits

MTH 252Statistics for Decision Making

3 credits

MTH 253Calculus III

4 credits

MTH 254Ordinary Differential Equations

3 credits

BUS 111 (Business Career, Culinary Arts, Office Admin only)

MTH 111 (FIR only)

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