MAT 108 Essential Math
Basic mathematical competency course required for Rollins Plan students. Covers displaying and describing data; functions including linear, exponential and multivariable; linear regression and correlation; and basic probability. Prerequisite: high school Algebra II. Co-requisite: MAT 108L

MAT 140 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
Provides the foundation essential for sound mathematical reasoning and computer science. Topics include, but are not restricted to, propositional and predicate logic; proof strategies and induction; sets, functions, and recursion; elementary counting techniques; and number systems.
Prerequisite: Math preparation sufficient to take calculus at the college level.

MAT 310 Applied Discrete Mathematics
Builds on the foundation established in Introduction to Discrete Mathematics. Topics include, but are not restricted to, combinatorics and graph theory, Boolean algebra, digital logic circuits, functional programming, models of computation, and computational complexity.
Prerequisite: MAT 140.