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# Communication Arts

## Mathematics—6 credits (selected from the courses below)

MAT 116
Algebra 1A

This course introduces basic algebra concepts and assists in building
skills for performing specific mathematical operations and problem
solving. Students will solve equations , evaluate algebraic
expressions , solve and graph linear equations and linear inequalities,
graph lines , and solve systems of linear equations and linear
inequalities . These concepts and skills will serve as a foundation for
subsequent business coursework. Applications to real -world
problems are also explored throughout the course. This course is the
first half of the college algebra sequence , which is completed in MAT
117, Algebra IB. (3 credits) Prerequisites : GEN105 and COM140.

MAT 117
Algebra 1B

This course explores advanced algebra concepts and assists in
building the algebraic and problem solving skills developed in
Algebra 1A. Students will solve polynomials , quadratic equations ,
rational equations , and radical equations. These concepts and skills
will serve as a foundation for subsequent business coursework.
Applications to real -world problems are also explored throughout
the course. This course is the second half of the college algebra
sequence, which began with MAT 116, Algebra 1A. (3 credits)
Prerequisites : GEN 105, COM140, and MAT 116.

MAT 205
Finite Mathematics

This course introduces the concepts of finite mathematics, with a
focus on real-world application. Students will explore linear
functions and equations , linear programming, and the use and
application of matrices. Mathematical applications of finance,
statistics, and probability are also reviewed. (3 credits)
Prerequisites: GEN 105 and COM140.

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