Restricted to honors computer science majors. A focus on discrete mathematical tools of fundamental importance to the working computer scientist. An emphasis is placed on using logical notation to express rigorous mathematical arguments. Subjects include proof by induction, graph theory, number theory, combinatorics, recurrences, sets, functions, an introduction to program correctness, and discrete probability. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Only one of the following may be counted: Computer Science 311, 311H, 313H, 313K, 336, 336H. Prerequisite: Mathematics 408K or 408N with a grade of at least C-; or registration or credit with at least C- in Mathematics 408C.

Undergraduate Program
Core - Theory