Obtain knowledge on the practical applications in many areas such as physical and life sciences, finance and economics, computing and information theory, social sciences, and even fine arts. Gain an understanding of math as the science of patterns, which have evolved from roots in simple arithmetic to a complex language.
Leads to careers such as teaching, computer science, actuary, statistician and finance.
- Chemistry 11 or Chem 0500.
- Principles of Math 12 or Pre-calculus 12 with a C+ or better within the past two years or equivalent.
- Physics 11 or Physics 1130.
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