The regular math curriculum is generally embedded in full-time (16-credit) Scientific Inquiry programs. Topics listed for each program are respresentative, and may vary from year to year. Check the catalog each year for prerequisites, details, and credit offerings. There are also math offerings outside the regular curriculum, in part-time modules offered through the Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning Center (QUASR), in Evening and Weekend Studies (EWS), and during Summer. History and Philosophy of math is often integrated into the full-time programs. Link to Physics & Astronomy programs at Evergreen.

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Scientific Inquiry: Math Scientific Inquiry: Science EWS Summer
Algebra to Algorithms: algebra, discrete math, modeling Introduction to Natural Science (INS): algebra, precalculus, and/or calculus Algebraic Thinking (4 cr, FW) linear, quadratic, exponential functions, data analysis, trig – good prep for GRE Precalculus(4 cr, F) Precalculus(8 cr, 1st session)
Data and Information: statistics (computer science), … Astronomy & Cosmologies: algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, data analysis Precalculus I (4 cr, FWS) more linear, quadratic, exponential functions Calculus I(4 cr, W) Calculus (8 cr, 2nd session)
Computer Science Foundations: logic, discrete math, … (Matter and) Motion: calculus Precalculus II (4 cr, FWS) polynomials, rational functions, vectors, polar coordinates, parameterizations, trigonometry Calculus II(4 cr, S)  
Math Systems: real analysis, abstract algebra, topology Energy Systems: precalculus, data analysis, calculus   Statistics(FWS)  
Methods of Applied Mathematics: linear algebra, differential equations, multivariable calculus, PDE, nonlinear dynamics, variational calculus, complex analysis, vector calculus Physical Systems: linear algebra, differential equations, multivariable calculus, vector calculus, complex analysis, …      
Computability: mathematical logic, set theory, more Atoms, Molecules, Reactions: multivariable calculus, differential equations, systems of linear equations      
         
You can also find quantitative reasoning in many other integrated programs throughout Evergreen’s curriculum.

 


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Updated on 6.Sept.2006 by: E.J. Zita