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## What math do you need to take in college?

If you’re applying to highly selective colleges, schools will generally want to see three or more years of math that include **algebra and geometry**. Keep in mind that this is a minimum, and four years of math makes for a stronger college application. The strongest applicants will have taken calculus.

## What math do freshman take in college?

Most first-year students who take a mathematics course will begin in the **calculus sequence**. Consult the Calculus Placement Decision Chart and visit the Calculus/Statistics Placement page to determine which course to take first.

## What is the basic math class in college?

Basic college math topics include **whole numbers, fractions, numbers, decimals and integers**. Problem solving, algebra, percents and geometry are also included in course content.

## What is the hardest math course?

The Harvard University Department of Mathematics describes **Math 55** as “probably the most difficult undergraduate math class in the country.” Formerly, students would begin the year in Math 25 (which was created in 1983 as a lower-level Math 55) and, after three weeks of point-set topology and special topics (for …

## What college major requires no math?

**Here are popular majors that do not require studying math:**

- Foreign language. A foreign language major trains you to communicate fluently in a new language. …
- Music. …
- Education. …
- English literature. …
- Philosophy. …
- Communications. …
- Anthropology. …
- Graphic design.

## What college math is the easiest?

The easiest would be **Contemporary Mathematics**. This is usually a survey class taken by students not majoring in any science. The hardest is usually thought to be Calculus I.

## Do art majors have to take math?

Answer: Most art schools require students to complete general education coursework, and these classes usually include at **least one class in basic mathematics** and/or one class in general science.

## Do all majors require math?

Of course, **math skills may be required in majors not typically associated with the discipline**. … The truth is, math and its applications can be involved in a variety of subjects and class courses, and thankfully most universities have free tutoring programs for students.

## What math is math 110 in college?

A general college mathematics course whose topics include linear equations, **matrix algebra**, linear programming, probability, Markov chains, and mathematics of finance. The applications are primarily from business, economics, and the life sciences.

## What are the hardest college math classes?

**What is the order of math classes in college?**

- Topics for Mathematical Literacy (MATH 105, 3 Credits)
- College Algebra (MATH 107, 3 Credits)
- Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry (MATH 108, 3 Credits)
- Pre-Calculus (MATH 115, 3 Credits)
- Calculus I (MATH 140, 4 Credits)
- Calculus II (MATH 141, 4 Credits)