Mathematics and Computer Sciences
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Seminar's are held annually and are one of the many resources available to persons on campus who have an interest in mathematics and its various incarnations and implementations. Come and join us as we continue to strive towards greater knowledge through these informative lectures.
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Student involvement in UR research will be recognized on their transcripts via one or both of the 2 credit courses MA905 and MA906(Undergraduate Research in Mathematics and/or Computer Science I and II).
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The City University of New York requires its students to be proficient in reading, writing and mathematics. To this end, it assesses the skills levels of applicants to its colleges as part of the admissions process. Hostos offers a wide array of instruction to those students who need some assistance in one or more skills. Through this program of assessment and instruction, the University seeks to insure that students have the basic skills they will need to do well in their college courses. One of the resources it makes available to students is this website.
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CUNY Math provides students and faculty in the City University of New York with a central location for information about mathematics and resources that CUNY and the Internet have to offer.
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