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CSC 331/332: Big Data

What do Google and Amazon do with all the data they collect every day? Data science is booming. Fundamental to this course is the difference between scientific experimentation, statistics, and big data. Students in this course learn some of the tools that data scientists use to get value from huge amounts of data. Students complete […]

CSC 321/322: Coding

This course is an introduction to the exciting, rapidly growing world of coding and teaches structured program logic. Students discover the role computation and analysis of animation can play in solving problems. They learn the process of writing and debugging a program through algorithms and simulation. Good style and logical thinking will be emphasized throughout […]

CSC 311/312: Web Design

We spend tremendous amounts of our lives surfing the web, but what is it, and how do the pages we work, shop, share, read, fight, and get information on come to be? This course explores the inner workings of how websites come to be and operate. This project-based course introduces students to the wide world […]

CSC 300-IB: Computer Science SL1/SL2

This course studies creativity within a global context. It raises awareness of the moral, ethical, social, economic, and environmental implications of using science and technology and the possibilities and limitations associated with continued developments in IT systems and computer science. This teaches computing system fundamentals, program construction using Java, systems life cycles, and software development. […]

MTH 420-AP: Calculus AB

PLACEMENT IN THIS COURSE REQUIRES APPROVAL BY THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR. This fast-paced, college-level course in single variable calculus explores the interpretation of graphs and tables as well as analytic methods. Students must be confident with prior mastery of precalculus concepts. Department approval is required to enroll in this course. The primary topics of this course […]

MTH 410-AP: AP Statistics

PLACEMENT IN THIS COURSE REQUIRES APPROVAL BY THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR. This is a non-calculus-based, college-level introductory statistics class. This course explores problems in many fields, including business, science, sports, and public policy. Students should be confident with high school math through Algebra II or its equivalent. Department approval is required to enroll in this course. […]

MTH 400-IB: Analysis & Approaches HL1/HL2

PLACEMENT IN THIS COURSE REQUIRES APPROVAL BY THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR/IB COORDINATOR. This course develops curiosity and enjoyment of mathematics, and appreciation for its elegance and power. Students develop logical and critical thinking and refine their powers of abstraction and generalization. Students with a solid background in precalculus explore exponential, logarithmic, rational, and polynomial functions and […]

MTH 370-IB: Analysis & Approaches SL1/SL2

This course develops curiosity and enjoyment of mathematics, and appreciation for its elegance and power. Students develop logical and critical thinking and refine their powers of abstraction and generalization. This course is for students with a solid background in algebraic and geometric thinking. The course covers number sets and scientific notation, sequences and series and […]

MTH 360-IB: Applications & Interpretation SL1/SL2

This course is designed for students with varied backgrounds and abilities in mathematics. Students develop practical mathematical skills for describing our world, modeling and solving real-world problems using the power of technology. Students learn to create and use models with linear, exponential, natural logarithmic, cubic, and simple trigonometric functions. Students learn right-angled and non-right-angled trigonometry, […]

MTH 351/352: Modeling

Larger real-world systems like weather, biological systems, sports, and economics have patterns that we can come to understand. In seeking their encapsulation, this course directly promotes meaning making and investigating connections between concepts. Topic coverage arises largely from student interest, so the course also allows students to holistically consider the issues they are concerned about. […]

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