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HUMT 2100 - Quantitative Reasoning for Peace and Justice

5 credit hours
This course will allow students to gain and refine mathematical skills useful for citizenship. Topics covered include voting theory, statistics, the mathematics of personal finance and taxation. In addition, students will learn why quantitative literacy is important for everyone in our society and explore barriers to achieving this type of literacy. This course includes a required service-learning component. Each student will volunteer at least 18 hours over the course of the quarter, tutoring children in math.

Registration Restriction(s): MRC Only
Terms Typically Offered: fall



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