MAT 106 Intro to Quantitative Analysis

Provides an application-based program centered on the use of mathematics to model change in the real world and the effective communication of mathematical ideas. The course is primarily intended for students who plan to continue their studies in the areas of social and behavioral science, the health sciences or the humanities. This course is designed to satisfy the quantitative reasoning course requirements for a General Studies Associate of Science degree or an Associate of Science in Integrated Studies degree and for students who, with the exception of a statistics class, will not take any further mathematics courses at a four-year college or university.


3 credits


MAT 97B with Credit (CR), or appropriate placement score; complete 14 credits at LDSBC


Fall, Winter