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This college-level course in the Quantitative Reasoning pathway is designed for students with non-STEM majors—such as the humanities or social sciences—for whose career goals quantitative reasoning will be relevant.  Enrollment in this class is contingent upon successful completion of MATH 0309 (Foundations).  Additionally, students who have completed MATH 0310 or have placed into college-level courses are also eligible for enrollment in this course.

MATH 1332 - Contemporary Mathematics (Quantitative Reasoning) Course Description

What are the hidden mathematics in your life? How can math help you be more informed about your finances, your health, and the world around you? In this class, we will use data that you are likely to encounter in your everyday life (e.g., your personal budget, career salaries) and math that you are likely to encounter in your professional life (e.g., how to test the safety of new medical treatments, how we measure the growth of human population).

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