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Spring 2010 Course Catalog 
Spring 2010 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MATH 295H - Mathematical Excursions-Honors

3 credits

This unique course emphasizes five major areas: historical research, applications of mathematics in the physical world, modern mathematics from an elementary point of view (topics include graph theory, number theory, applied probability), creative methods of problem-solving (without Calculus) and excursions into non-traditional areas of Mathematical inquiry (art, non-Euclidian geometry, study of polyhedra, topology, etc.). Group and individual interaction and substantial readings in mathematics are required.Class Hours: 3Prerequisite: One semester of college-level math. Offered spring semester.