MA 10800, Fall 2021
Mathematics As A Profession And A Discipline

Credit Hours: 1.00. A seminar course for undergraduate students interested in majoring in an area of mathematics at Purdue. The purpose is to build prospective mathematics majors' awareness of opportunities to enhance their experiences at Purdue and of career paths available for graduates with a good mathematical background. The format of most classes is a presentation and discussion with an invited speaker/guest, including experts on a different aspect of mathematics in our world today. This course is recommended for undergraduates in their first or second year at Purdue. Typically offered Fall.

Instructor Info.

Section Room Time Instructor Office
001 RHPH 172 4:30PM T Alex M Carignan MATH B011

Course Materials

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