MATH FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

A course for the student majoring in the social sciences. Topics may include the study of linear functions, linear regression, systems of linear equations and matrix inverses, linear optimization, financial calculations, sets and counting, basic and conditional probability, the binomial and normal probability distributions, and descriptive statistics. Prerequisite: ACT math score of 21 or above; SAT math score of 500 or above; MATH 099; or Accuplacer Elementary Algebra test score of 85 or above; or corequisite MATH 101.

Credits: 
3
Program Code: 
MATH
Course Number: 
131
Academic Program(s): 
Mathematics