Introduction
to Mathematical
Reasoning

Course is designed for high school students to refresh and systematize the students’ knowledge of mathematics to pass university entrance examinations.
Students will be encouraged to apply mathematical methods both in standard situations and in less common mathematical problems, thus bringing their understanding of mathematical problems to the next level. This course will also prepare future Riga Business School bachelor students as a high level of mathematics is needed for many courses.

Introduction
to Mathematical
Reasoning

Course is designed for high school students to refresh and systematize the students’ knowledge of mathematics to pass university entrance examinations.
Students will be encouraged to apply mathematical methods both in standard situations and in less common mathematical problems, thus bringing their understanding of mathematical problems to the next level. This course will also prepare future Riga Business School bachelor students as a high level of mathematics is needed for many courses.

Course details

WHEN

19.09.2022. – 16.12.2022.

COURSE INTENSITY

1x week 2 academic hours

ACADEMIC HOURS

24

COURSE FEE

364.00 EUR (can be paid in installments)

MIN LEVEL OF ENGLISH

Intermediate

Apply for the course by September 12, 2022!

APPLY

For more information and consultation please contact:
sandija.berzina@rbs.lv / +371 67089800

What I see as a problem for most students is not the obvious “they do not know/understand mathematics as a body of knowledge”. An immense part of mathematics is the style of reasoning – in terms of logic, in terms of applicability and problem solving, and also in terms of creativity; in other words, mathematics is about noticing and using the patterns and connections underlying our reality. Thus, the course strives not so much to teach mathematics but rather to give a glimpse of those connections.

Kristīne Ševčenko

Lecturer

What I see as a problem for most students is not the obvious “they do not know/understand mathematics as a body of knowledge”. An immense part of mathematics is the style of reasoning – in terms of logic, in terms of applicability and problem solving, and also in terms of creativity; in other words, mathematics is about noticing and using the patterns and connections underlying our reality. Thus, the course strives not so much to teach mathematics but rather to give a glimpse of those connections.

Kristīne Ševčenko

Lecturer

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