3 credit hours required for General Studies credit.

The courses in this category are designed to develop and demonstrate the following abilities:

  1. Apply mathematical logic to solve equations.
  2. Describe problems using mathematical language.
  3. Solve problems given in mathematical language using mathematical or statistical tools.
  4. Interpret numerical data or graphical information using mathematical concepts and methods.
  5. Construct logical arguments using mathematical language and concepts.
  6. Use mathematical software effectively.
MATH 102College Algebra3
MATH 103Plane Trigonometry3
MATH 106Mathematics for Liberal Arts3
MATH 120Finite Mathematics3
MATH 123Applied Calculus I3
MATH 230Math for Elementary Teachers I3
STAT 235Introduction to Statistics for Social Sciences3
STAT 241Elementary Statistics3

Students with sufficient preparation may receive General Studies credit for Mathematics & Statistics courses taken at a level higher than those courses listed above.

MATH 90, MATH 101, and MATH 104 do not count as General Studies.