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MAT-172 Basic Concepts of Mathematics for Early Childhood and Elementary School Teachers II

Bachelors, Undergraduate


Course Overview

This course is the second part of a two-semester course sequence with MAT 171. This course is designed for prospective early childhood and elementary school teachers. The contents of this course include concepts and theories underlying early childhood and elementary school mathematics. The students will explore the ”why” behind the mathematical concepts, ideas and procedures. Topics include rational and real numbers, introduction to algebra, Euclidean and solid geometry, statistics, and probability.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: MAT 171. This course is not open to mathematics majors.

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Admissions Requirements

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