George Mason University
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George Mason University

CS 530: Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science

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This course focuses on the topics of basic mathematical structures, mathematical logic and probability theory; and application of these concepts to problem solving and formal reasoning through hand-on practice with the use of computational tools.Notes: This course is restricted to provisional students. It must be taken in the first semester at GMU.

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Not Repeatable


This course focuses on the topics of basic mathematical structures, mathematical logic and probability theory; and application of these concepts to problem solving and formal reasoning through hand-on practice with the use of computational tools.

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:


MATH 125 and STAT 344.

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