Mathematical Understanding

Mathematics and science courses that are part of the core curriculum will develop quantitative, observational, and problem solving abilities of students. In addition to gaining an understanding of content and methodologies, students will examine mathematics and science as a creative endeavor. They will also consider the social and ethical issues of scientific inquiry and application.

Mathematical Understanding (MU): The application and communication of abstract, logical reasoning and mathematical ideas. 
Requirement: 1 course

Mathematics 3: Finite Mathematics 
Mathematics 4: Introduction to Probability and Statistics 
Mathematics 6: Mathematics Concepts for the Elementary School Teacher II
Mathematics 10: The Art and Practice of Mathematics 
Mathematics 13: Calculus with Elementary Functions I  
Mathematics 14: Calculus with Elementary Functions II 
Mathematics 27: Calculus I 
Psychology 105: Advanced Psychological Statistics