Mathematics

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MATH& 107: Math in Society

Credits 5

A study of a variety of mathematical topics for non-science majors. The topics covered may differ between sections, but may include problem solving strategies, logic, set theory, number theory, mathematics of finance, probability and statistics, or geometry. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Quantitative Skills, Natural Sciences, Elective)

MATH& 141: Precalculus I

Credits 5

Analysis of linear, piecewise, quadratic, polynomial, rational, inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions; their applications; and their graphs. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Quantitative Skills, Natural Sciences, Elective)

MATH& 142: Precalculus II

Credits 5

Conic sections; trigonometric functions; identities; inverse trigonometric functions; trigonometric equations; solutions of right triangles; laws of sines and cosines; vectors; polar coordinates; and complex numbers. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Quantitative Skills, Natural Sciences, Elective)

MATH& 146: Introduction to Stats

Credits 5

Introduction to methods and applications of elementary descriptive and inferential statistics; summarizing data graphically and numerically, probability, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, correlation and linear regression. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Quantitative Skills, Natural Sciences, Elective)

MATH& 148: Business Calculus

Credits 5

Limits, rates of change, graphing, differentiating, optimizing, polynomials, integration, logarithmic and exponential functions, implicit differentiation, business applications. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Quantitative Skills, Natural Sciences, Elective)

MATH& 151: Calculus I

Credits 5

Limits and continuity; techniques and applications of derivatives of algebraic and transcendental functions; an introduction to antiderivatives. This class may include students from multiple sections. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Quantitative Skills, Natural Sciences, Elective)

MATH& 152: Calculus II

Credits 5

Integration involving algebraic and transcendental functions. Applications of integration, including an introduction to differential equations. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Quantitative Skills, Natural Sciences, Elective)

MATH& 163: Calculus III

Credits 5

Sequences and series, vector algebra and vector functions, functions of several variables, and partial derivatives. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Quantitative Skills, Natural Sciences, Elective)

MATH 63/64: Introduction to Algebra

Credits 5

Fundamentals of arithmetic using integers, fractions, decimals, exponents, and square roots; solving basic linear equations; solving problems using percents, proportions, and basic geometry. This class may include students from multiple sections.

MATH 90/91: Essentials of Intermediate Algebra

Credits 5

This course develops proficiency with solving linear equations and inequalities, simplifying expressions using the rules of exponents, adding/subtracting/multiplying polynomials, graphing various types of equations and linear inequalities, solving systems of linear equations and inequalities, and finding the equations of lines. This class may include students from multiple sections.

MATH 98/99: Intermediate Algebra for Calculus

Credits 5

This course will expose students to a variety of algebraic techniques that will prepare them for precalculus and calculus. Focus will be placed on quadratic, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic expressions and equations. Techniques will include factoring, simplifying (adding/subtracting/ multiplying/dividing) polynomials, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic expressions. This class may include students from multiple sections.

MATH 106: Math for Elementary Teachers I

Credits 5

Designed for future K-6 teachers. Focus is on mathematical concepts, including counting, number sense, operations, algorithms, fractions, ratio, and proportion. Method topics include teaching strategies, assessment methods, and processes of doing mathematics as related to elementary mathematics. This course does not fulfill the quantitative skills requirement for the AA-DTA degree. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Elective)

MATH 108: Math for Elementary Teachers II

Credits 5

Methods topics include teaching the usage of technology. Math topics include algebra, geometry, measurement, and statistics. This course satisfies the quantitative skills requirement for the AA-DTA degree, provided that Math for Elementary Teachers I has also been completed satisfactorily. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Quantitative Skills, Natural Sciences, Elective)

MATH 111: Finite Mathematics

Credits 5

The study of linear, quadratic, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions, and solving their related equations; systems of equations; matrices; linear programming (graphically); and the mathematics of finance. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Quantitative Skills, Natural Sciences, Elective)

MATH 210: Linear Algebra

Credits 5

This course covers the following topics: linear equations, matrix algebra, use of technology, rigorous proof, vector spaces, linear independence, basis, orthogonality, linear transformations, eigenvalues/ vectors, Gram-Schmidt, least squares regression, and applications. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Quantitative Skills, Elective)

MATH 224: Intermediate Analysis

Credits 3

Review of double integrals in Cartesian and polar coordinates; triple integrals in Cartesian, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates; vector fields; surface integrals; Green’s theorem; divergence theorem; Stokes’ theorem; sequences and series; Taylor’s theorem. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Quantitative Skills, Elective)

MATH 238: Differential Equations

Credits 5

Introduction to applied problem solving with first and second order ordinary differential equations using analytical, numerical and graphic methods. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Quantitative Skills, Elective)