CALCULUS AND MODERN ANALYSIS I (MATH 211) - A study of functions, applications of the derivative, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, integration. Technology is used to reinforce concepts.
DISCREET METHODS IN MATHEMATICS (MATH 261) - In contrast to Calculus, which highlights continuity, the Discrete Methods course focuses on counting principles, logic, trees, graph coloring, and circuits, and other discrete topics.
SPECIAL TOPICS IN MATHEMATICS (MATH 481) - offers an opportunity for an in-depth study of a particular area of Mathematics of interest to faculty and students, enabling qualified students to benefit from faculty expertise.
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Students interested in this major ordinarily have an interest in and comfort level in math.
Pre-calculus courses are available for those with an interest who might be unsure of their skills.