Math class

Glendening Hall 230


Mathematics is a discipline that studies quantitative aspects of the world. The courses within this section introduce the student to basic mathematical skills and concepts, sometimes through the elements of computer programming. Students are expected to learn methods and techniques of problem solving and to develop facility in the mathematical mode of thinking. They are expected to become acquainted with the major areas of current interest in mathematics, with the primary achievements of the past, and with the fundamental problems of number, space, and infinity.

The following courses satisfy the Mathematics requirement:

  • COSC 120: Introduction to Computer Science
  • MATH 131: Survey of Mathematics
  • MATH 151: Calculus I
  • MATH 152: Calculus II
  • MATH 200: Discrete Mathematics
  • MATH 281: Foundations of Mathematics