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|MATH 100 - Topics in Mathematics|
Intended for prospective majors outside of mathematics, computer science, and the physical sciences, this course focuses on one or more important areas of mathematics with emphasis on the creativity and power of abstract representation, mathematical inquiry, and logical reasoning. Specific past topics have included calculus, probability, number theory, group theory, and encryption. Current topics vary by instructor.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Final Examination, Lecture/Seminar
Mathematics & Natural Sciences Division
Mathematics & Computer Science Department
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