This course is a survey of mathematics that may be from a historical, philosophical, computational, and/or aesthetic point of view. The faculty member teaching this course chooses topics from his or her fields of expertise and interests. Students may study topics including: history and philosophy of mathematics, systems of numeration, logic, mathematical modeling, space-time and the Theory of Relativity, probability, problem solving, logarithms and musical scales, mathematics in art, non-Euclidean geometry, fractals, cryptography, and mathematical puzzles.Prerequisites: Sufficient score on the math placement exam.General Education: Quantitative Reasoning