M 105Q: Contemporary Mathematics
Course Description*Formerly M145Q*
Course Description: Designed to help liberal arts students develop quantitative reasoning skills they will need for college, career, and life. Will also provide students with the skills required to understand and interpret quantitative information that they encounter in the news and in their studies, and to make numericallybased decision in their lives. Topics include working with large numbers and units, linear and exponential relations, financial mathematics, essentials of probability and statistics, and basic geometry.
Meeting Place and Times
Sarah is a graduate of the University of California Berkeley (BA in Religious Studies), San Jose State University (MA in Math - emphasis in math education), and MSU Bozeman (PhD in mathematics - emphasis in math education). She was a professor at a University of Wisconsin College for 5 years (Barron County), and the math teacher for 7th - 12th grade at West Yellowstone School for 4 years. She enjoys teaching all ages and levels in math.
PrerequisitesM088, M096, M097 or math placement exam within past 12 months.
Tuition and Fees
If you are accepted into a qualified online program, see the appropriate MSU Online Only Tuition and Fee table.
If you are also taking a face-to-face course, please refer to the MSU Fee Schedules.
Author: Bennet & Briggs
This course uses a learning management system. You will learn more closer to the course start date.
For More Information
For more information, please contact email Sarah Bennett
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