Jun 02, 2023  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog

MTH 1007 - Quantitative Reasoning for Everyday Life

Credits: 4

MTH 1007 is a one-semester course designed to give students the quantitative reasoning skills required to understand the mathematics encountered in everyday life. Students will develop problem solving skills, as well as modeling, interpreting, and analyzing quantitative concepts to facilitate making informed decisions. Topics include, but are not limited to, number sense, linear and exponential models, basic probability, and descriptive statistics. A laptop/iPad is required. This course is open only to students whose Mathematics Placement Assessment score on Part 1 is 8 or below. This course is not open to students who have received credit for a college-level mathematics course. Credit is not applied toward degrees in the schools of Science and Engineering, Health Sciences, and Business.  This course does not meet the prerequisite for MTH 1003 or MTH 1016; however, it does meet the prerequisite for MTH 1111 and MTH 1112.  

Prerequisite(s): A score below 9 on Part I of the Mathematics Placement Assessment is required for MTH1007.  
Fulfills: Fulfills Q in LS Core.