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MATH 105. Cultural Mathematics
Credits:
3
Description:
Topics selected by the instructor to demonstrate the nature of mathematics.
Semester Offered:
DEMAND
MATH 111. Technical Mathematics
Credits:
3
Description:
Applications of linear and quadratic functions, systems of equations, exponential and logarithmic functions and trigonometric functions. No more than 5 credits from
MATH 111
,
112
,
113
, and
MATH 115
may be counted toward graduation.
Prerequisites:
MATH 072
, or high school advanced algebra with satisfactory math placement score.
Semester Offered:
DEMAND
MATH 112. College Algebra
Credits:
3
Description:
Functions and graphs; polynomial, radical, rational, exponential, logarithmic functions; equations, inequalities, systems of equations and inequalities; applications. No more than 5 credits from
MATH 111
,
112
,
113
, and
MATH 115
may be counted toward graduation.
Prerequisites:
MATH 072
, or high school advanced algebra with satisfactory math placement score.
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring Summer
Goal Area:
GOAL AREA 4: MATHEMATICAL THINKING & QUANTITATIVE REASONING
MATH 113. Trigonometry
Credits:
2
Description:
Trigonometric functions and their graphs; inverse trigonometric functions; trigonometric identities, equations, trigonometric applications. No more than 5 credits from
MATH 111
,
112
,
113
, and
MATH 115
may be counted toward graduation.
Prerequisites:
MATH 112
, or high school precalculus with satisfactory math placement score
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring
Goal Area:
GOAL AREA 4: MATHEMATICAL THINKING & QUANTITATIVE REASONING
MATH 115. Precalculus
Credits:
5
Description:
Functions and their graphs; polynomial, rational, radical, logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions; algebraic and trigonometric equations and inequalities, identities, trigonometric applications. No more than 5 credits from
MATH 111
,
112
,
113
, and
MATH 115
may be counted toward graduation.
Prerequisites:
MATH 072
, or high school advanced algebra with a satisfactory math placement score
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring
Goal Area:
GOAL AREA 4: MATHEMATICAL THINKING & QUANTITATIVE REASONING
MATH 170. Mind Over Math
Credits:
1
Description:
A math course for the nonmathematician. Knowledge and tools to develop nonroutine problem solving skills and to reduce math avoidance.
Semester Offered:
DEMAND
MATH 171. Fundamentals of Mathematics
Credits:
3
Description:
Mathematics as a problem solving tool. Concepts of sets, logic, induction, combinatorics, numeration, recursion, trees, graph theory, and matrices.
Prerequisites:
MATH 072
, or high school advanced algebra with satisfactory math placement score
Semester Offered:
DEMAND
MATH 193. Mathematical Thinking
Credits:
3
Description:
Development of problem solving and decision making strategies using mathematical tools from arithmetic, algebra, geometry, probability, and statistics. Skills to communicate and defend solutions and decisions.
Prerequisites:
MATH 070
or high school advanced algebra with a satisfactory math placement score.
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring Summer
Goal Area:
GOAL AREA 4: MATHEMATICAL THINKING & QUANTITATIVE REASONING
MATH 196. Finite Mathematics
Credits:
3
Description:
Functions (linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic), simple and compound interest, annuities, linear programming, and probability. Mathematical modeling and applications.
Prerequisites:
MATH 072
or high school advanced algebra with a satisfactory math placement score.
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring Summer
Goal Area:
GOAL AREA 4: MATHEMATICAL THINKING & QUANTITATIVE REASONING
MATH 201. Elements of Mathematics I
Credits:
3
Description:
Nature of mathematics from a problem solving approach using sets, relations, number systems, discrete mathematics, and basic algebra.
Prerequisites:
MATH 072
or high school advanced algebra with satisfactory math placement score.
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring Summer
Goal Area:
GOAL AREA 4: MATHEMATICAL THINKING & QUANTITATIVE REASONING
MATH 211. Survey of Calculus I
Credits:
3
Description:
Ideas and concepts of calculus. Topics from differential and integral calculus of one variable. Applications to business, life sciences, economics, and other disciplines.
Prerequisites:
MATH 111
,
MATH 112
,
MATH 115
,
MATH 196
or satisfactory math placement score
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring
Goal Area:
GOAL AREA 4: MATHEMATICAL THINKING & QUANTITATIVE REASONING
MATH 212. Survey of Calculus II
Credits:
3
Description:
Differentiation and integration of trigonometric functions, integration techniques and applications, threedimensional analytic geometry, multivariable calculus, differential equations.
Prerequisites:
MATH 211
Semester Offered:
Spring
MATH 221. Calculus I
Credits:
4
Description:
Limits, continuity, differentiation, applications of derivatives, integration. Prereq.: 115, or 112 and 113, or high school advanced algebra and trigonometry with a satisfactory math placement score. 4 Cr. F, S, SUM.
Prerequisites:
MATH 115
, or
MATH 112
and
MATH 113
, or high school advanced algebra and trigonometry with a satisfactory math placement score.
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring Summer
Goal Area:
GOAL AREA 4: MATHEMATICAL THINKING & QUANTITATIVE REASONING
MATH 222. Calculus II
Credits:
4
Description:
Integration techniques and applications, inverse functions, topics in analytic geometry, sequences and series, improper integrals, plane curves.
Prerequisites:
MATH 221
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring Summer
Goal Area:
GOAL AREA 4: MATHEMATICAL THINKING & QUANTITATIVE REASONING
MATH 252. Mathematical Problem Solving with MATLAB
Credits:
3
Description:
Use of MATLAB, a mathematical computing and programming environment, to simulate, model and solve mathematically based problems.
Prerequisites:
MATH 222
Semester Offered:
Fall
MATH 271. Discrete Mathematics
Credits:
3
Description:
Formal logic, sets, relations, functions, introduction to number theory and graph theory, basic counting principle, discrete probability, applications.
Prerequisites:
MATH 113
or
MATH 115
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring
MATH 301. Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II
Credits:
3
Description:
Continuation of
MATH 201
, including sequences and growth, algebraic concepts, informal geometry and measurement, statistics, and probability.
Prerequisites:
MATH 201
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring Summer
MATH 304. Tools of Mathematical Reasoning
Credits:
3.0
Description:
Proof techniques; induction, valid arguments, quantifiers; sets and transfinite cardinalities; review of number theory; injective and surjective functions, equivalence relations, partial orders, Boolean algebras; mathematical folklore. A transition to upperlevel courses, with the primary emphasis on reasoning and proof.
Prerequisites:
MATH 221
,
MATH 271
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring
MATH 312. Linear Algebra
Credits:
4
Description:
Matrices, matrix operations, systems of linear equations, determinants, geometry of Rn, vector spaces, subspaces, linear transformations, inner products, eigenvalues.
Prerequisites:
MATH 211
or
MATH 221
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring
MATH 320. Multivariable Calculus for Engineers
Credits:
3
Description:
Vectors, functions of several variables, gradients, multiple integrals, applications.
Prerequisites:
MATH 222
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring
MATH 321. Vector and Multivariable Calculus
Credits:
4
Description:
Vectors, functions of several variables, gradients, multiple integrals, vector fields, Green's & Stoke's theorems, applications.
Prerequisites:
MATH 222
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring
MATH 325. Differential Equations
Credits:
3
Description:
Separable and firstorder linear equations, secondorder linear equations having constant coefficient, applications, systems of linear ODE's with constant coefficients, nonhomogenous linear systems, Laplace transforms.
Prerequisites:
MATH 222
,
MATH 312
Semester Offered:
DEMAND
MATH 327. Differential Equations with Linear Algebra
Credits:
4
Description:
Matrices and matrix operations, Gaussian elimination, determinants, Euclidean nspace and subspaces, dependence, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, diagonalization. Separable and firstorder linear equations, secondorder linear equations having constant coefficients, applications, systems of linear ODE's with constant coefficients, nonhomogenous linear systems, Laplace transforms.
Prerequisites:
MATH 222
Semester Offered:
Fall Spring
MATH 336. Data Analysis and Probability for K8 Teachers
Credits:
3
Description:
Data collection and organization; measures of central tendency and variance; inferences and convincing arguments; subjective, theoretical, experimental, and conditional probability; simulation; counting principles; mathematical expectation. Techniques, technology, and current trends in the teaching and learning of data analysis and probability.
Prerequisites:
MATH 112
,
MATH 171
, MATH 330
Semester Offered:
DEMAND
MATH 337. Geometry for K8 Teachers
Credits:
3
Description:
Geometric concepts, spatial visualization, spatial reasoning, justification, and proof. Techniques, technology, and current trends in the teaching and learning of geometry.
Prerequisites:
MATH 112
,
MATH 171
or
MATH 211
, and MATH 330
Semester Offered:
DEMAND
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