MATH
001

Beginning Math
(0.5 credits)
No description is available for this course.
MATH
003

Intermediate Math
(0.5 credits)
No description is available for this course.
MATH
004

Advanced Math
(0.5 credits)
No description is available for this course.
MATH
005

Adv Math II
(4 credits)
No description is available for this course.
MATH
006

High Advanced Math II
(4 credits)
No description is available for this course.
MATH
090

College Arithmetic
(3 credits)
This course is a study of the concepts and practices of arithmetic. The course is designed to teach the concepts and facts of arithmetic and to develop computational skills. Topics studied include: the arithmetic of integers, fractions, decimals, ratio and proportion, and percent. Applications of these topics are an integral part of this course. Not intended for transfer.
Prerequisite  Satisfactory placement score. Not intended for transfer.
MATH
091

Math Princ for Food Svc Occupations
(3 credits)
This course is designed to teach the concepts and facts of arithmetic and to develop the computational skills necessary to function in a professional food service kitchen. Topics included are daily cash receipts, bank deposits, recipe and food costing, menu pricing, inventory, financial statements, personal tax, payroll, and simple and compound interest. Not intended for transfer.
Prerequisite  Satisfactory placement score. Not intended for transfer.
MATH
092

Math for Heal Info Tech
(2 credits)
This course is a study of percentages, ratios, and basic statistics to prepare students for the health information field. Not intended for transfer.
Prerequisite  Not intended for transfer.
MATH
094

Elementary Algebra
(4 credits)
This is the first course in the algebra sequence. Topics studied include: real numbers system, solving linear equations, graphing, systems of equations, polynomial operations, and an introduction to factoring.
Prerequisite  MATH 090 or MATH 091, Minimum grade of C; or satisfactory placement score. Not intended for transfer.
MATH
095

Elementary Geometry
(5 credits)
This course is a study of Euclidean geometry. Topics studied include: lines, angles, circles, triangles, and other polygons. Formal proofs and constructions are part of this course.
Prerequisite  MATH 094 or equivalent, Minimum grade of C; or satisfactory placement score. Not intended for transfer.
MATH
098

Intermediate Algebra
(4 credits)
This course expands on the concepts in elementary algebra and it is a prerequisite for college algebra. Topics studied include: factoring, rational expressions, radicals, quadratics, logs and exponential functions.
Prerequisite  MATH 094 or equivalent, Minimum grade of C; or satisfactory placement score. Not intended for transfer.
MATH
101

Business Mathematics
(3 credits)
A review of basic arithmetic, decimals, and percentages. Applications include simple and compound interest, discounting notes, installment buying, and purchase discounts and markups.
Prerequisite  MATH 090 or MATH 091 or equivalent, Minimum grade of C; or satisfactory placement score. Not intended for transfer.
MATH
107

Technical Mathematics I
(3 credits)
A course that covers the topics of elementary mathematics needed for applications in the vocational and technical curriculum. Topics covered include measurement, formulas, ratio and proportions, and the metric system.
Prerequisite  MATH 090 or MATH 091 or equivalent. Minimum grade of C. or satisfactory placement score. Not intended for transfer.
MATH
108

Technical Mathematics II
(3 credits)
A course that covers the topics of intermediate mathematics needed for applications in the vocational and technical curriculum. Topics covered include linear and quadratic equations, plane and solid geometry, right triangle trigonometry, and basic topics in statistics.
Prerequisite  MATH 107 or MATH 094 or equivalent. Minimum grade of C. or satisfactory placement score.
MATH
119

Mathematics for Technical Students
(5 credits)
The course is designed to provide the necessary foundation in algebra, geometry, and trigonometry for success in technical courses. It is more rigorous than MATH 107MATH 108.
Prerequisite  MATH 095 and MATH 098 or equivalent. Minimum grade of C. or satisfactory placement score.
MATH
123

Mathematical Structures and Concepts I
(4 credits)
The curriculum in this course is designed for elementary education majors. Emphasis is placed on structure, meaning, relationships, and types of thinking in elementary mathematics. Problem solving, sets, numeration systems, integers, logic, rational numbers, and ratio and proportion are among the topics considered.
Prerequisite  MATH 095 and MATH 098 or equivalent. Minimum grade of C. or satisfactory placement score.
MATH
124

Mathematical Structures and Concepts II
(3 credits)
The curriculum in this course is designed for elementary education majors. Emphasis is placed on structure, meaning, relationships, and types of thinking in elementary mathematics. Informal geometry, transformational geometry, tessellations, measurement, probability, and statistics are among the topics considered.
Prerequisite  MATH 123 or equivalent. Minimum grade of C.
MATH
127

Math for General Education
(3 credits)
A survey course of mathematical concepts used widely in the physical and social sciences. Intended for students whose programs do not specify a particular mathematics course. The course focuses on mathematical reasoning and the solving of reallife problems. Three or four topics from the following general areas are studied in depth: geometry, graph theory, mathematical modeling, mathematics of finance, social choice theory, and statistics.
Prerequisite  MATH 095 and MATH 098 or equivalents. Minimum grade of C. or satisfactory placement score.
MATH
128

Elementary Statistics
(4 credits)
A first course in statistics focusing on mathematical reasoning and the solving of reallife problems. Topics include the following: frequency distributions, measures of position and variation, basic probability theory, probability distributions and the normal curve, statistical inference, correlation and regression, ftest, and analysis of variance.
Prerequisite  MATH 095 and MATH 098 or equivalents. Minimum grade of C. or satisfactory placement score.
MATH
131

College Algebra
(4 credits)
A minimal review of algebraic skills followed by a study of functions. Functions studied include: polynomial, rational exponential and logarithmic. Other topics include the following: systems of equations, the theory of equations, sequences and series, counting techniques, probability, and the Binomial Theorem.
Prerequisite  MATH 095 and MATH 098 or equivalents. Minimum grade of C. or satisfactory placement score.
MATH
137

Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
(4 credits)
A course designed for all students of mathematics with special emphasis on topics relevant for students of computer science. Included are problems on combinatorics, analysis of algorithms, set theory, graph theory, tree traversals, spanning trees, matching, networks, recurrence relations, sorting and searching, logical gates, Karnaugh maps, and finite state machines.
Prerequisite  Satisfactory placement test score; or MATH 131 or MATH 138 or MATH 142 or equivalent; minimum grade C in all of above.
MATH
138

PreCalculus I: Algebra
(4 credits)
PreCalculus I is a study of those topics in algebra which are essential in calculus. Topics include the following functions: linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions. Conic sections, sequences, and the Binomial Theorem are also studied. Students cannot receive credit for both MATH 138 and MATH 142.
Prerequisite  MATH.098 and MATH.095; Minimum grade of C; or satisfactory placement scores.
MATH
139

PreCalculus II: Trigonometry
(4 credits)
Precalculus II is the study of the trigonometric functions using the unit circle approach. Topics of study include the following: graphs of trigonometric functions, inverse trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities, trigonometric equations, right angle trigonometry, polar coordinates, complex numbers in trigonometric form, vectors and parametric equations. Students cannot receive credit for both MATH 139 and MATH 142.
Prerequisite  MATH 138 or equivalent, minimum grade C; or satisfactory placement scores.
MATH
142

Accelerated Trigonometry/Precalculus
(5 credits)
This is an accelerated course that completes the objectives for both MATH 138 and MATH 139 in one semester. This is a fastpaced course intended only for highly motivated students. Students cannot receive credit for MATH 142 if they have already received credit for MATH 138 and MATH 139.
Prerequisite  MATH.095 and MATH.098 or equivalent. Minimum grade of C. or satisfactory placement score.
MATH
150

Mathematical Analysis for Business
(4 credits)
A course designed to satisfy the requirement of those colleges or universities which require an understanding of calculus and calculusbased models and for those students who are interested in applying calculus to problems in economics, finance, production, marketing, and other business disciplines. Topics include differential and integral calculus of one variable, as well as an introduction to multivariable calculus. Designed for those in the business curriculum.
Prerequisite  MATH.131 or equivalent. Minimum grade of C. or satisfactory placement score.
MATH
153

Finite Mathematics
(4 credits)
A course designed especially for students in areas such as business, economics, social science, and nonphysical sciences. It emphasizes the concepts and applications of mathematics rather than mathematical structures. Topics include: matrix algebra, applications of matrices (including solving systems of linear equations), linear programming and the simplex method, set theory, logic, Boolean Algebra, counting and probability, stochastic processes, game theory, Markov Chains, mathematical modeling, and the mathematics of finance.
Prerequisite  MATH.131 or equivalent. Minimum grade of C. or satisfactory placement score.
MATH
170

Calculus With Analytic Geometry I
(5 credits)
This is the first course in the calculus sequence. Topics include limits and an introduction to both differential and integral calculus. Several applications are studied such as area and optimization of functions. The calculus of transcendental functions is part of this course.
Prerequisite  Appropriate placement score; or MATH 139 or MATH 142; Minumum grade C in all of above.
MATH
171

Calculus With Analytic Geometry II
(4 credits)
Second course in the calculus sequence. Topics include: techniques of integration, applications of the definite integral, introduction to differential equations and infinite series.
Prerequisite  MATH 170 or equivalent. Minimum grade of C.
MATH
172

Calculus With Analytic Geometry III
(4 credits)
Third course in the calculus sequence. The course explores multivariable calculus. It includes vectors, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, parametric curves and surfaces, vector fields, line integrals, and applications.
MATH
210

Linear Algebra
(3 credits)
A first course in vectors, matrices, vector spaces, and linear transformations. The ideas in this course serve as an introduction to more abstract mathematics courses at the juniorsenior level, and also covers many useful applications outside mathematics. Topics include: vectors, operations on matrices, inverse of a matrix, solution of systems of linear equations, rank of a matrix, vector spaces and subspaces, linear dependence and independence, basis and dimension, linear transformation, sums, composites, inverses of linear transformations, range and kernel of a linear transformation, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, orthogonality and inner product spaces, and real quadratic forms.
Prerequisite  MATH 172 or equivalent. Minimum grade of C. Must be taken prior to or concurrently.
MATH
220

Differential Equations and
(3 credits)
A first course in differential equations. Topics include: linear equations of the first order, linear equations with constant coefficients, the general linear equations, variation of parameters, undetermined coefficients, linear independence, the Wronskian, exact equations, separation of variables, applications, systems of linear differential equations, the method and theory of Laplace transforms, existence and uniqueness of solutions, solution by power series, and partial differential equations.
Prerequisite  MATH 172 or equivalent. Minimum grade of C.
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