|General:||Math 155 is a liberal arts mathematics class that is intellectually challenging without being too technical. This course is designed for students NOT planning to major in the sciences or a technical field.|
|Objective:||To explore the mathematical ideas and their applications.|
|Description:||This course covers a variety of traditional and nontraditional topics in mathematics. Historical development, generalizations to mathematical theory and applications to real life are components of each topic. Typically a course covers four to five of the following topics: mathematics of finance, probability and statistics, geometry, logic, set theory, number systems, algebraic modeling, and problem solving.|
|Typical Text:||Using and Understanding Mathematics
* by Bennett and Briggs
*Check with instructor before purchasing text.
|Availability:||Multiple sections of this class are taught in the fall and spring. One section is also taught in the summer.|