CS 115 - Discrete Mathematics
An introduction into the mathematical structures fundamental to various areas of computer science. Topics include introduction to logic and proofs, set theory, number theory and cryptography, functions, relations, counting, discrete probability, and graph theory. Required for Computer Science Degree programs and the Computer Science Minor program (an equivalent course can be substituted in the minor with departmental approval). This course includes a 1-hour recitation.
Note: Meets Quantitative Reasoning Learning Outcome (QUAN)
Pre or Co-requisite(s): Courses open to all majors - No prerequisite
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