Liberal Studies

Division III - Foundations of Natural Sciences - Mathematics

Students elect a minimum of six credits from this division. Students who complete the science courses should be able to recognize and understand the scientific method; understand and use scientific concepts; understand and discuss general scientific articles; and apply their knowledge of science to everyday experience. Students who complete the mathematics courses should be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of mathematical logic; use mathematics to solve scientific or mathematical problems in college classes; express relationships in the symbolic language of mathematics; and appreciate the role of mathematics in analyzing natural phenomena.

Most science courses, with the exception of ENV 101, GC 100, LB295N, PH 101 and PY 100S can be used to meet the graduation requirement of a laboratory course.