Amazinz wrote:I think Liberal Arts math is just a general term for introductory math courses, usually non-calculus and geared toward the non-math major. I always liked math but had other topic requirements that I hated. Colleges usually offer some pretty creative alternatives to meet requirements. I'm not sure how many math credits you need but basic comp sci classes and basic statistics classes might be something you could look at. You can apply the statistics to fantasy baseball and everyone can always use a little extra computer experience no matter the field.
Yeah, I'd also recommend statistics. This is the class I took to meet my math requirement, and even though I hate math, I managed to enjoy it. It's not like any other math you've already taken (I'd imagine) and not nearly as tedious.