# Description of Mathematics

**MATHEMATICS**

**MT121 • FALL/WINTER/SPRING
COLLEGE-PREPARATORY MATHEMATICS
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: Placement

This course covers whole number operations ,

fractions, decimals, percentages, signed

numbers and order of operations. Credits do

not count towards graduation.

**MT123 • FALL/WINTER/SPRING
INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT121 or Placement

This course covers graphs and tables , the

number line, laws of exponents , polynomial

operations, linear equations and linear

inequalities, and word problems. Credits do not

count towards graduation.

**MT155 • FALL/WINTER/SPRING
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT123 or Placement

This course covers factoring , rational

expressions and equations , functions and their

graphs, system of equations in two variables,

equations of a straight line, word problems,

linear equations with two variables, and

quadratic equations and formulas.

**MT156 • FALL/WINTER/SPRING
GENERAL EDUCATION MATH
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT155

This course covers sets, operations on sets, Venn

diagrams, symbolic logic , truth tables;

arithmetic in different number bases, especially

binary, octal and hexadecimal; consumer

mathematics, geometry, combinations and

permutations and basic concepts of probability.

**MT158 • FALL/WINTER/SPRING
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT155 with “C” grade or higher

This course covers graphing polynomial and

rational functions; synthetic division , solution

of quadratic equations and higher degree

polynomial equations; exponential and

logarithmic functions ; matrix algebra,

determinants and solutions of linear systems of

equations.

**MT160 • WINTER/SPRING
ELEMENTARY PLANE TRIGONOMETRY
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT158

Topics include definition of trigonometric

functions; radian and degree measures;

identities, solutions of triangles and

applications; laws of sines and cosines; graphs

of trigonometric functions; inverse

trigonometric functions; multiple and halfangle

identities.

**MT170 • FALL/SPRING
FINITE MATHEMATICS
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT156

This course covers solutions of systems of linear

equations; solutions of systems of linear

inequalities by graphical and simplex methods;

introduction to matrix algebra; solving linear

programming problems; sets, Venn diagrams and

counting methods; probability and applications.

**MT200 • FALL/WINTER/SPRING
BUSINESS CALCULUS
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT156

An elementary treatment of functions and their

graphs; exponential and logarithmic functions

and introduction to differentiation and

integration with emphasis on business oriented

applications; mathematics of finance including

compound interest, present and future values of

annuities ; and elasticity.

**MT201 • FALL/SPRING
CALCULUS I
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT160

A first course in calculus intended primarily for

science and engineering students. Topics

include limits, continuity, derivatives,

techniques of differentiation and applications,

solutions of related rate problems and higherorder

derivatives, and L' Hopital's Rule.

**MT202 • FALL/WINTER
CALCULUS II
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT201

Continuation of MT201. Topics include antiderivatives;

the definite integral; the

fundamental theorem of calculus; integration of

logarithmic, exponential, trigonometric and

inverse trigonometric functions; hyperbolic

functions and applications.

**MT203 • SPRING
CALCULUS III
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT202

Continuation of MT202. Topics include

techniques of integration, integration of

rational functions, partial fraction methods,

evaluation of improper integrals, infinite series,

differentiation and integration of power series

and Taylor and Mc Lauren series expansion.

**MT210 • FALL
ELEMENTARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT203

Introduction to solving first and second-order

linear and non-linear differential equations,

power series methods and applications in the

physical sciences and engineering.

**MT221 • FALL/WINTER/SPRING
FUNDAMENTALS OF STATISTICS
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT156

Basic concepts of descriptive statistics; measures

of central tendency: mean, median and mode;

measures of dispersion: standard deviation

variance and range; binomial and normal

distributions; normal approximation to

binomial distributions; and sampling theory.

**MT222 • WINTER/SPRING
STATISTICS II
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT221

A continuation of MT221. Hypothesis testing,

confidence intervals, chi- squared and other

common distributions comparing populations,

regression, and correlation, analysis of variance,

experimental design, contingency tables and

goodness-of-fit tests. The emphasis will be on

business and behavioral science applications.

**MT301 • FALL
ADVANCED CALCULUS I
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT203

This course covers multiple integral and

applications, differentiation and integration of

vector fields and vector functions, line and

surface integrals, Green's theorem, Stoke's

theorem, divergence and curl and applications

**MT302 • WINTER
ADVANCED CALCULUS II
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT301

A continuation of MT301. Topics include

multivariable differentiation, differentials,

extremal problems, Lagrange multipliers, chain

rule, mean value theorem, Taylor series in

multivariate case, implicit and inverse mapping

theorems, Jacobian and Laplace transforms.

**MT311 • FALL
ABSTRACT ALGEBRA
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT203

Introduction to modern algebra. Topics include

elements of axiomatic set theory, group theory,

ring and field theory, permutation groups,

subgroups, cosets and Lagrange's theorem.

**MT340 • WINTER
ELEMENTS OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITES: MT210 and MT301

Introduction to functions of complex variables ,

Fourier series, Storm-Liouville theory, power

series solutions and Laplace transforms, and

partial differential equations.

**MT411 • SPRING
INTRODUCTION TO REAL ANALYSIS
**4 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: MT301

Topics include Reimann-Stiltjes integral,

measure theory, topological properties ,

sequences, convergence, continuity, Cauchy

sequences, differentiability and integrability.

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