This senior seminar course prepares students to understand and
express a Christian perspective on issues critical to the mathematics
profession. Biblical, theological, and philosophical themes relating to
the development and application of mathematics provide a base, while
historical biographies and examples supply a context in which students
generate a distinctively Christian response to contemporary problems
facing a postmodern world. Meets the General Studies Senior Seminar requirement.
Prerequisites: A student intending to register for Senior Seminar must meet the following prerequisites.
1. Completion of a minimum of 90 units
2. Completion of the Upper-division Writing Intensive requirement
3. Completion of God’s Word and the Christian Response units, according to the following:
• For students transferring in 0–27 units: 9 units of God’s Word and the Christian Response
• For students transferring in 28–59 units: 6 units of God’s Word and the Christian Response
• For students transferring in 60 or more units: 3 units of God’s Word and the Christian Response