2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CMATH 1009 Quantitative Reasoning with Lab

This course will focus on the importance of mathematics in the modern world. Topics will include logic and problem solving, dealing with data, modeling, and other real world applications. Students will enhance their ability to use concepts, procedures, and intellectual processes specific to quantitative reasoning. As well, students will engage in versatility in approaching and solving problems. Each student will complete an individualized project to study a particular aspect of mathematics in further detail. This course is identical in content and workload to CMATH 1010, and it includes an additional hour of classroom time each week in the lab. Placement in/waiver from this class depends on SAT or ACT math or Lesley Math Assessment scores.

Credits

3

Offered

every semester.

Notes

This course does not fulfill the General Education Mathematics requirement for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.