MATH 101 GN: Excursions in Mathematics

This introductory course deals with selected topics in contemporary mathematics applied to the social and natural sciences. Topics include voting and weighted systems, fair division, apportionment, game theory, Euler circuits, the Traveling Salesman Problem, minimum networks, scheduling, linear programming, types of growth, measurement, symmetry and patterns, collecting and describing data, elementary probability and inference. Does not apply to the Mathematics Major.


3 credits


MATH 090 or 3 units of high school mathematics including Algebra 1.


GE: Natural Sciences - Math│GN: Group B - Mathematics (BMA)


120-UG Level 2 Intermed/Found