IS205 Mathematical Connections

Prerequisite: MA106

This course represents an interdisciplinary approach to mathematics focusing on basic mathematical models in contexts of general interest. Students will learn about and apply historical and modern methods across a variety of fields by solving non-routine problems. Specific applications will include the mathematics of voting, sharing, apportionment, networking, and scheduling.

3 Credit Hours

Course Descriptions » Interdisciplinary Studies


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