# Mount Royal University

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- MATH 1150: Mathematical Reasoning
- This course explores topics in discrete mathematics including the language of logic, set theory, enumeration, probability, and statistics. Basic elements of probability and statistics will be used to solve problems involving the organization, description, and interpretation of data. Furthermore, it explores topics in Euclidean geometry.

- MATH 2150: Higher Arithmetic
- This course explores elementary number theory, numeration systems, operations on integers and rational numbers, and elementary combinatorics, using both inductive and deductive methods. Emphasis will be placed on the development of clarity and understanding of mathematical processes and ideas, the application of these ideas to problem-solving and the communication of these ideas to other people.

- MATH 1200: Calculus for Scientists I
- This course provides an introduction to calculus with exposure to applications in sciences. The main concepts covered are limits, derivatives, and integrals. Derivatives of transcendental functions are used to solve optimization, linear approximation, and related rates problems. Studying calculus will expose students to a variety of important mathematical ideas and help students develop their critical thinking and problem solving skills.

- MATH 2200: Calculus for Scientists II
- In this course, students will learn advanced methods of integration, partial differentiation, introduction to first and second-order linear differential equations and a variety of applications. The main concepts of multivariable calculus will also be introduced.