Mathematics for Problem-Solving and Decision-Making

MTH 115
Description: Utilizing an application-driven approach, students will learn and practice mathematical thinking and concepts through discussing, exploring and resolving current topics. Students will explore how mathematical skills can be utilized throughout both their personal and professional lives to better understand and possibly solve issues that surround them and that impact the world around them. Students will see a variety of topics including math for personal finance and an introduction to probability and statistics.

Prerequisite: None
Credits: 3

Currently Offered

Course # Days Time Dates Instructor Seats
Spring
MTH 115-01 MTH 8:30-9:45AM 01/16/23 - 05/05/23 Staff 17
MTH 115-02 MTH 10-11:15AM 01/16/23 - 05/05/23 Staff 12
MTH 115-03 MTH 11:30-12:45PM 01/16/23 - 05/05/23 Weinberg 13
MTH 115-04 MTH 1-2:15PM 01/16/23 - 05/05/23 Weinberg 13
MTH 115-05 MTH 2:30-3:45PM 01/16/23 - 05/05/23 Staff 9
MTH 115-06 MTH 4-5:15PM 01/16/23 - 05/05/23 Staff 7
MTH 115-08 TF 11:30-12:45PM 01/16/23 - 05/05/23 Sides 9
MTH 115-07 TF 10-11:15AM 01/16/23 - 05/05/23 Willard -13
Fall
MTH 115-01 MTH 8:30-9:45AM 08/29/22 - 12/16/22 Weinberg 2
MTH 115-02 MTH 10-11:15AM 08/29/22 - 12/16/22 Weinberg 0
MTH 115-03 TF 10-11:15AM 08/29/22 - 12/16/22 Willard 2