(3-6 credit hours)
Mathematics focuses on quantitative reasoning as a basis for understanding the relationships found in both work and everyday life.
Mathematics provides the tools and skills necessary to organize thinking, apply problem-solving strategies and recognize patterns and processes across many different fields.
Mathematics is also used to determine reasonableness, identify alternatives and select optimal results.
Select 1 to 2 courses (3 to 6 credit hours) from:
(IAI: M1 903)
**Prerequisite: MATH 200 Mathematics for Elementary Teaching I
**MATH 206 fulfills general education requirements only for students seeking state certification as elementary teachers. Students must complete both MATH 200 and MATH 206 prior to transfer.
MATH 112 and MATH 115 are recommended for A.A. and A.F.A. students who do not intend to take higher levels of mathematics.
MATH 153 is intended for students with advanced math skills; it may be taken in place of MATH 115 . Students can receive credit for only one of BUS 240 , MATH 115 and MATH 153 .