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Mathematics Courses

equations, series solutions, Laplace transforms,
and systems of linear differential equations.
Prerequisite: MAT 230. General Education:
Mathematics. Three lecture.

MAT 298 (1-6)
Special Topics

Designed to meet the needs of an individual(s)
with interest in pursuing an original topic in an
instructional area under faculty supervision. One
to six variable credit hours.

Military
Science
MSC 101 (1)
Basic Military Science I

Studies the defense establishment and
organization of the U.S. Army. Introduces military
discipline, traditions, and historical perspectives.
Studies the roles of the different branches of
the U.S. Army in our nation’s defense. Includes
training in marksmanship, field craft, rappelling,
and first aid. One lecture.

MSC 102 (1)
Basic Military Science II

Studies outdoor survival techniques and how to
survive in various emergency situations.
Acquaints students with basic soldier skills.
Includes training in building shelters, procuring
food and water, primitive tool making, primitive
fire making, first aid, land navigation, and field
craft. One lecture.

MSC 130 (1)
Leadership Lab I

Studies military leadership through practical
application and challenging outdoor activities.
Includes training in troop leading organizational
procedures, how to prepare operation orders,
how to perform basic tactical exercises, and how
to prepare and give classes in an outdoor
environment in preparation for the Advanced
Army ROTC Program and commissioning as an
officer in the United States Army, Arizona
National Guard, or United States Army Reserves.
This course is offered in Fall semester only.
One lab.

MSC 131 (1)
Leadership Lab I

Studies military leadership through practical
application and challenging outdoor activities.
Includes training in troop leading organizational
procedures, how to prepare operation orders,
how to perform basic tactical exercises, and how
to prepare and give classes in an outdoor
environment in preparation for the Advanced
Army ROTC Program and commissioning as an
officer in the United States Army, Arizona
National Guard, or United States Army Reserves.
This course is offered in Spring semester only.
One lab.

MSC 150 (1)
Army Physical Fitness I

Improves the physical fitness of students and
develops a physical fitness program tailored
to the student’s needs and abilities. The focus
of the course is to develop personal knowledge
of the components of a good fitness program,
improve individual fitness levels through
scheduled training, and gain an understanding
of the U.S. Army physical fitness training
(PT) and testing doctrine. The course is designed
to train students to meet Army physical fitness
standards. Includes training in troop leading
procedures in preparation for the Advanced
Army ROTC Program and commissioning
as an officer in the United States Army,
Arizona National Guard, or United States
Army Reserves. This course is offered in
Fall semester only. One lecture.

MSC 151 (1)
Army Physical Fitness I

Improves the physical fitness of students and
develops a physical fitness program tailored to
the student’s needs and abilities. The focus of the
course is to develop personal knowledge of the
components of a good fitness program, improve
individual fitness levels through scheduled
training, and gain an understanding of the U.S.
Army physical fitness training (PT) and testing
doctrine. The course is designed to train
students to meet Army physical fitness
standards. Includes training in troop leading
procedures in preparation for the Advanced
Army ROTC Program and commissioning
as an officer in the United States Army,
Arizona National Guard, or United States
Army Reserves. This course is offered in
Spring semester only. One lecture.

MSC 203 (1)
Land Navigation and Orienteering

Studies land navigation and orienteering
techniques as well as first aid. Acquaints
students with basic soldier skills. Includes
training in how to use a map and compass,
land navigation, direction finding, and first aid.
One lecture.

MAT 124 (3)
Technical problem-solving

Mathematics topics geared for technical degrees,
including ratio, proportion, geometry, coordinate
geometry, trigonometry and applications.
Prerequisite: MAT 121 or placement. Three
lecture.

MAT 130 (3)
Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I

Mathematical foundations of elementary school
mathematics curriculum, including problem
solving, principles of whole numbers, integers,
rational numbers, ratios, proportions and
percentages
. Emphasizes the use of models and
manipulatives to increase understanding of the
mathematical concepts. Pre- or co-requisite: MAT
142 or higher. Three lecture.

MAT 131 (3)
Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II

Mathematical foundations of the elementary
school mathematics curriculum including
measurement, geometry, probability and statistics.
Emphasizes the use of models and manipulatives
to increase understanding of the mathematical
concepts. Prerequisite: MAT 130. Three lecture.

MAT 142 (3)
Applications of College Algebra

Designed to satisfy math requirements for most
non-math/non-science majors. Students will
examine social choice, management science,
growth and symmetry, statistics, probability, and
feasibility through the application of the algebra
of functions, graphing, sequences/series,
logarithms, exponentials. Prerequisite: MAT 121
or placement. General Education: Mathematics.
Three lecture.

MAT 151 (4)
College Algebra

College level algebra, including equations,
functions, matrices, inequalities, sequences and
series, and fundamental algebra theorems will be
studied. Prerequisite: MAT 121 or placement.
General Education: Mathematics. Four lecture.

MAT 160 (3)
Introduction to Statistics

Statistical tools and techniques used in research
and general applications. Includes descriptive
statistics, probability and probability
distributions , point and interval estimates of
population parameters, hypothesis testing, and
correlation and regression. Prerequisite: MAT 142
or higher. General Education: Options. Three
lecture.

MAT 172 (3)
Finite Mathematics

Various analytical methods used in business
and social sciences, including algebra review,
functions and modeling, systems of linear
equations, matrices, linear programming,
mathematics of finance, probability, and
combinations . Prerequisite: MAT 151 or
placement. Three lecture.

MAT 187 (5)
Pre-Calculus

College level algebra and trigonometric topics to
prepare for calculus. Functions, equations, and
inequalities, matrices, trigonometry, and
fundamental algebra theorems will be studied.
Prerequisite: MAT 121 or placement. General
Education: Mathematics. Five lecture.

MAT 212 (3)
Business Calculus

Integral and differential calculus with business
and social science applications. Prerequisite: MAT
151 or higher, or placement. General Education:
Mathematics. Three lecture.

MAT 220 (5)
Calculus & Analytic Geometry I

Limits, continuity, differential, and integral
operations on algebraic and trigonometric
functions and applications. Prerequisite: MAT 187
or placement. General Education: Mathematics.
Five lecture.

MAT 230 (5)
Calculus & Analytic Geometry II

Applications and methods of integration, Taylor
polynomials and series , differential equations,
multivariable functions and vectors. Prerequisite:
MAT 220. General Education: Mathematics. Five
lecture.

MAT 241 (4)
Calculus & Analytic Geometry III

Multidimensional calculus. Includes conic
sections, polar coordinates, partial derivatives,
gradients, directional derivatives, extrema,
multiple and iterated integrals, vector calculus,
line integrals, and Green’s Theorem. Prerequisite:
MAT 230. General Education: Mathematics. Four
lecture.

MAT 262 (3)
Differential Equations

Introduction to ordinary differential equations.
Includes first order equations , higher order linear
equations, applications of first and second order

MIT 170 (2)
Welding Symbols/Blueprint Interpretation

Identification of welding symbols and
interpretation
of working blueprints to provide a
hands-on approach to welding manufacturing.
One lecture; two lab .

MIT 200 (3)
Quality Control - Manufacturing

Identifying and interpreting codes, standards,
processes, procedures, material usage, cost
controlling, safety, and maintenance issues of
quality control. Two lecture; two lab.

MIT 205 (2)
Weld Testing and Inspection

Examine and perform mechanical and nondestructive
forms of weldment testing to ensure
quality, reliability, and strength. Identify the
methods of testing and inspection as they
apply to welding manufacturing. One lecture;
two lab.

MIT 210 (3)
Layout and Fitting Techniques

Assemble a project through the interpretation of
blueprints which require the layout of materials,
equipment, and manpower to fit and assemble a
finished product. Prerequisite: MIT 105.
Two lecture; two lab.

MIT 282 (3)
Pipe Welding I

Welding of cross-country pipe lines in industry:
chemical, petroleum, salt water, fresh water, fuel
systems, hydraulic systems, mining, and others.
Prerequisite: MIT 141 or consent of instructor.
Two lecture; two lab.

MIT 283 (3)
Pipe Welding II

Welding of cross country pipe along with high
pressure pipe and tube. Prerequisite: MIT 282 or
consent of instructor. Two lecture; two lab.

MIT 295 (1-6)
Manufacturing Lab

Designed to meet the needs of an individual(s)
with interest in pursuing additional hands-on
experience in a vocational area under faculty
supervision. One to six variable lab hours.

MIT 298 (1-6)
Special Topics

Designed to meet the needs of an individual(s)
with interest in pursuing an original topic in an
instructional area under faculty supervision. One
to six variable credit hours.

Mathematics
MAT 033 (1)
Math Workshop

Designed for students suffering from "Math
Anxiety." "Math Anxiety" is defined, discussed
and reduction techniques practiced. Study and
test-taking skills. Co-requisite: Enrollment in a
mathematics course. One lecture.

MAT 055 (3)
Arithmetic Review

Review of arithmetic skills, including fractions,
decimals, percent, measurement, and geometry.
Three lecture.

MAT 057 (3)
Mathematics for Health Occupations

Mathematics vocabulary, tools, and concepts
needed in the health care workplace including
fractions, metric, apothecary, and household
measurements, ratios, proportions, and percents.
Three lecture.

MAT 087 (4)
Beginning Algebra with Review

Basic algebraic concepts including operations
with signed numbers, exponents and radicals ,
linear equations and inequalities , polynomials,
and graphing. Prerequisite: MAT 055 or
placement. Four lecture.

MAT 107 (3)
Industrial Mathematics

Designed for students planning on a
technical/vocational career. Includes a review of
basic arithmetic operations, proportions and
percentages, algebraic equations, with emphasis
on applied problems. Also includes geometry,
literal equations , graphs, financial problems, the
metric system, and averages. Three lecture.

MAT 108 (3)
Technical Mathematics

Designed for students planning on a
technical/vocational career. Review of basic
algebraic operations, a study of right angle
trigonometry, with emphasis on applied
problems, literal equations, graphs, financial
problems, the metric system, and averages.
Prerequisite: MAT 107 or placement.
Three lecture.

MAT 121 (4)
Intermediate Algebra with Review

Review of basic algebraic concepts, including
exponents and radicals , systems of equations,
polynomials, and graphing quadratic equations.
Prerequisite: MAT 087 or placement. Four lecture.

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