Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
The course is designed for students who dislike math, and hold negative connotations toward it. Great Ideas in Mathematics is a course that wants you to open your mind to different kinds of math. Instead of the formulative math that you struggled with in high school, it approaches math through visual and theoretical applications.
Course highlights:
I learned that math is a language, quite like music. Although I've never been a fan of math, this course made me think about math is different ways. This isn't algebra or calculus, but it is still math. I had a lot of fun with this course, especially when we did the unit on puzzles.
Hours per week:
0-2 hours
Advice for students:
Keep an open mind, and don't be afraid to ask questions. I would make sure to consistently do homework and pay attention in the big lecture hall where it is easy to get distracted. Once you get left behind, it's hard to catch up.