I did some searching through the topics and was unable to find a similar post that would give me a real definitive answer to my question so here goes. I finished my BS in Information Systems Management about a year ago and wasn’t required to take a whole lot of math. Statistics I, Finite Math & Applied Calc. & Quantitative Analysis/Discrete Math. All 3 of those course I did in my first 2 semesters back in 04, and my background in High School they were fairly easy. Now I’m back in school for my masters in a program dealing with ALOT of math that I just don’t remember well. So I was looking for any suggestions for a thorough refresher. I need to revisit Discrete Math/Digital Logic, Statistics, & Probability my security courses will be really tough without a good review in particular my crypto course. I have 2 picks for stats but was looking for an all in one book or online resource either will be great. Let me know what you think guys!!
I don’t know if this is exactly what you are looking for but MIT has free online courseware with a large Mathematics section. The courses have lots of lecture notes, presentations, and some recorded lectures. If it doesn’t help at least it is free!
All I can say to that is WOW!! That looks like it will be perfect and there are quite a few others I will be going through as well, I knew about a few CS courses they posted but had no idea about all of these. Thanks!!!