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Course ID: 990CI

This course is a co-taught, interdisciplinary course that will investigate how government, law, and mathematics interact to create a society.Students will examine policies and regulations, both historic and current, through the lens of civic rights and responsibilities.Students will apply discrete mathematics to democratic problems, determining whether a solution exists, how many solutions exist, and what the best solution may be.This course is ideal for students who have interest in politics and/or technology.

  • 1 Social Studies Credit (Virginia & U.S. Government – Grade 12)
  • 1 Mathematics Credit
  • 1 Elective Credit
  • Prerequisite(s):

  • Virginia & U.S. History – Grade 11
  • Algebra II (One Semester)