Course Number | Course Title / Description / MnTC Goals / Prerequisites | Credits | ||

MATH | 215 | Discrete Mathematics | 4 | |

Discrete mathematics emphasizes fundamental mathematical concepts needed in computer science. This course is intended primarily for students studying computer science and mathematics. Topics include sets, relations and functions, logic and Boolean algebra, methods of proof including induction, recursive algorithms, analysis of complexity and efficiency, combinatorics, graph theory and trees. Suspended per AASC 12/12/2017 | ||||

Minnesota Transfer Goals: 4 0 | ||||

Prerequisite: MATH112 or 2 years of high school algebra and minimum score on placement exam. |

MATH 215 is a required course in the following degrees, diplomas, or certificates: |
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Computer Science AS Degree (2010-2011) |

Computer Science AS Degree (2009-2010) |

Computer Science AS Degree (2008-2009) |

Computer Science AS Degree (2007-2008) |

MATH 215 is an elective course in the following degrees, diplomas, or certificates: |

Computer Science AA Liberal Arts Degree (2011-2012) |

Mathematics AA Liberal Arts Degree (2011-2012) |

Computer Science AA Liberal Arts Degree (2010-2011) |

Mathematics AA Liberal Arts Degree (2010-2011) |

Computer Science AA Liberal Arts Degree (2009-2010) |

Mathematics AA Liberal Arts Degree (2009-2010) |

Computer Science AA Liberal Arts Degree (2008-2009) |

Mathematics AA Liberal Arts Degree (2008-2009) |