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MT 1302. Mathematical Topics in the Social Sciences. 3 Semester Hours.

A mathematics course designed for students in the social sciences. A variety of mathematical topics will be covered, with an emphasis on civically-minded applications: personal finance, voting schemes, apportionment and other forms of resource distribution, introductory probability and statistics, and other topics to be selected by the instructor. The course will be project-oriented. The computational capabilities of Microsoft Excel will be explored. Prerequisite: MT0301 or MT0401 or SAT Math ≥ 470 or ACT Math ≥ 17. (Fall; Spring).

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