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Math is all about thinking, reasoning, and analyzing. -- skills that will help you become a well-rounder thinker in today's world.

Student takeaways


You will use advanced mathematical analysis to make logical decisions in your field of studies. For example, a student in Commerce will perform marginal analysis while a student in Social Science with Math will determine the long term behavior of various demographic groups within a population.


You will use the mathematical language to describe and solve problems related to your field of studies. For example, a student in Electronics will use functions to study the waveform of a signal while a student in Science will use functions to connect two or more quantities.


You will use an array of mathematical tools to further your understanding of problems related to your field of studies. For example, a student in Computer Science will understand the logical underpinnings of standard computer architecture while a student in Sciences will find the truth behind computations done by a calculator.

Learning spaces and resources

To help you succeed in your Math course:

  • A mathematics professor is present in the Brigil Learning Center every day
  • Instant feedback on your learning is given with WeBWorK, an online homework tool

For students wanting more of a challenge, the Euclid contest, held in April, will help you develop problem-solving skills and prepare you for university studies.

No matter what language you speak or where you come from, with guidance, math concepts can be grasped easily and quickly! And even if you don't want to be an engineer or a scientist, you can't deny the awesome technological advances that Math has brought us!


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