Designed to give students an understanding of finite mathematics applied in the modern world to social sciences, economic analysis, statistical analysis, and decision making. Topics may include linear models, linear programming, financial mathematics, sets, combinatorics, probability, and statistics. Recommended for students with interests in the social sciences and management. Satisfies the Area B4 GE requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required for GE credit. Prerequisite: Students need to be GE Math ready to register for this course.