Feb 01, 2023  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog
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MATH 1407 - Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics with Support


Credit Hours: 4
This course fulfills the same requirements as MATH 1507: Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics and is intended for students who do not meet the pre-requisites for MATH 1507. The course will cover all content included in MATH 1507, as well as provide integrated academic support. This introductory survey course is specifically designed to fulfill General Studies requirements for quantitative literacy. It is designed to strengthen computational skills while focusing on real-world problems. Topics may include critical thinking skills, sequences, set theory, logic, probability, statistics, and consumer mathematics. The course will also review pre-requisite topics, such as order of operations, exponents, and linear equations, as deemed necessary. In addition to lecture and discussion, this course will utilize computer-assisted work, group activities, and math manipulatives to reinforce concepts and engage students. This course meets for five hours each week. No student may recieve credit for BOTH MATH 1407 and MATH 1507. MATH 1407~^

Prerequisite(s): Admission into Fairmont State. There are no minimum test score requirements for this course
Transferable General Studies Course
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