Course ID: 3142

Student must have earned 2 verified credits in the area of Math 

Students will research, collect and analyze data; develop and support ideas and conjectures; investigate, evaluate, and incorporate appropriate resources; and determine appropriate problem-solving approaches and decision-making algorithms in a variety of real-world contexts and applied settings.The course will add to students’ preparation for postsecondary education and the workforce by (1) enhancing skills in number and quantity, functions and algebra, geometry, and statistics and probability; (2) simultaneously reinforcing readiness skills and dispositions in adaptability and flexibility, creativity and innovation, leadership, teamwork, collaboration, and work ethic.

  • 1 Mathematics Credit
  • OR

    Alternative Courses:

  • Algebra, Functions, and Data Analysis (AFDA)