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General Education: Mathematical Science

 

The Messiah College registrar has approved the following Temple University courses to meet the Messiah College Mathematical Sciences general education requirement. Not all of these courses are offered every semester at Temple University. To review the semesters that these courses usually are offered, refer to the course descriptions provided in Temple University's online undergraduate bulletin.

 

Notes regarding Temple University Course Numbering:

 

  • The first digit of course numbers indicates the recommended year for taking the course (i.e., course # 2411 is appropriate for students who have sophomore status).
  • Course numbers with 9 as the second digit are honors courses.
  • Course numbers ending in xx96, xx97, and xx98 denote writing-intensive courses.

 

Mathematical Sciences

 

Temple Department

Course #

Course Title

Credits

Mathematics

0823

Mathematical Patterns

3

Mathematics

0824

Math for a Digital World

3

Mathematics

0923

Honors - Mathematical Patterns

3

Mathematics

0924

Honors - Math for a Digital World

3

Mathematics

1012

Elements of Mathematical Thought

3

Mathematics

1912

Honors - Elements of Mathematical Thought

3

Mathematics

1013

Elements of Statistics

3

Mathematics

1022

Pre-Calculus

4

Mathematics

1031

Differential and Integral Calculus

4

Mathematics

1041

Calculus I

4

Mathematics

1941

Honors - Calculus I

4

Mathematics

1042

Calculus II

4

Mathematics

1942

Honors - Calculus II

4

Mathematics

2043

Calculus III

4

 

Note: Temple University courses count toward your Messiah degree. The course title, letter grade and credit number appear on the Messiah College transcript and are included in students' GPA and credit total.

 

Exact Messiah course equivalent appears in parentheses next to the course title.


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