Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning

Students will develop the ability to:

  1. Explain information represented in mathematical, symbolic, and/or graphical form.
  2. Display information and data in graphs, charts, and other appropriate ways.
  3. Perform mathematical calculations accurately to solve problems.
  4. Identify, understand, and engage in mathematics as well as make well-founded mathematical judgments as a constructive, concerned, reflective citizen.
  5. Use deductive thinking to solve mathematical problems and to determine the reasonableness of the results.
  6. Compose explanations, using supporting mathematical language and symbolism from individually constructed data and/or graphs.

Courses

  • MTH 119 Fundamental Statistics (3 credits)
  • MTH 125 Modern College Mathematics (3 credits)
  • MTH 127 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers I (3 credits)
  • MTH 131 Elements of College Mathematics (3 credits)
  • MTH 152 College Algebra (3 credits)
  • MTH 251 Fundamental Business Statistics (3 credits)

For Business Career, Culinary Arts, Office Admin only:

  • BUS 111 Business and Financial Mathematics (3 credits)

For Fire Science only:

  • MTH 111 Technical Mathematics for Fire Science