3credit hour(s)Prerequisite: Department Approval This course takes an interdisciplinary approach to providing students with a rigorous introduction to mathematical reasoning. Examining the methods that mathematicians have used in the past and use today, students will investigate how mathematics relates to other aspects of human activity and thought. Students will do mathematics and produce work that reflects an understanding of the context in which that mathematical framework takes place. The theme of the course and specific topics of investigation may vary, allowing for diverse perspectives and approaches over time.
Note(s): In order to be eligible for this course, a student must:
meet the specified prerequisites and
have passed ENG 1101 or ENG 1101P with a grade of B or better and
either have a GPA of 3.2 or higher after 9 semester hours or be a graduate of a high school honors program
Invitations to the Honors program are sent out prior to registration each semester.