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# Mathematics Courses

Math Sequence

For Basic Mathematics, DEV-06300, and for Basic
Algebra, DEV-07300, see DEVELOPMENTAL course descriptions.

MTH-10100 Finite Mathematics (F,W,S) 4(3-1)
This course will cover fundamental algebraic operations and
geometric concepts with some numerical and data analysis.
Laboratory activities, explorations, and applications of these
concepts will be conducted using graphing calculators/computers.
A graphing calculator is required . Prerequisite: DEV-
07300 or algebraic competency test score of 14-22.

MTH-10101 Finite Mathematics for
Health Occupations (F,W) 4(3-1)

This course will cover fundamental algebraic operations and
geometric concepts with some numerical and data analysis.
Math activities, explorations, and applications for health occupations
will be incorporated. Prerequisite: DEV-07300 or
algebraic competency test score of 14-22. (Elective Credit)

MTH-11600 Mathematics for Elementary
Teachers (W) 4(4-0)

This course is designed for prospective elementary teachers
and for non-mathematics majors in the liberal arts curriculum.
The course covers the modern concepts of mathematics taught
in grades K-8. It places emphasis on set theory, problemsolving,
numeration systems, operations on whole numbers
and rational numbers, percentages, proportions and ratios ,
measurement, geometry, statistics, probability, and exercises
using manipulatives. A service learning project in an
elementary school will also be part of this course. A scientific
calculator is required. Prerequisite: demonstrated algebraic
competency, MTH-10100, or MTH-10101. Prerequisite or
corequisite:
ENG-10300/10303 or permission of instructor.
(Math Credit)

MTH-12000 Intermediate Algebra (F,W,S) 4(4-0)
This course includes the study of the properties of real
numbers, basic concepts of algebraic operations, solving and
graphing linear and nonlinear functions, systems of equations,
complex numbers, quadratic functions , factoring, rational expressions,
and basic interpretations of tables and graphs of
data. A graphing calculator is required. Prerequisite:: demonstrated
algebraic competency, advanced math placement test
score of 0-3, MTH-10100, or MTH-10101. (Math Credit)

MTH-12100 College Algebra with
Trigonometry
(F,W,S) 4(4-0)

This course includes the study of trigonometry, vectors,
exponents, radicals , complex numbers, exponential functions,
logarithmic functions , systems of equations , determinants, and
matrices. A graphing calculator is required. Prerequisite:
MTH-12000 or advanced math placement test score of 4-7.
(Math Credit)

MTH-18001 Precalculus (F,W) 4(4-0)

This course includes the study of functions, algebraic
operations, trigonometry, logarithmic and exponential
functions, conics, parametric equations, polar equations,
combinations, permutations, sequences and series, and
mathematical induction. A graphing calculator is required.
Contact the mathematics department for information on
calculator type. Prerequisite: MTH-12100 or advanced math
placement test score of 8-11. (Math Credit)

MTH-20500 Introduction to Statistics (W) 3(3-0)
This is an introductory course in statistics for any field in
which the collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation
of numerical data are important. Topics include organization
of data, types of distributions ( binomial , normal, student t,
chi- square ), sampling, testing of hypotheses, confidence
intervals, correlation, and regression. A calculator is required.
Computer software will be utilized. Prerequisite: MTH-
12000 or higher. (Math Credit)

MTH-20600 Introduction to Statistics with
Applications (W) 4(4-0)

The students in this course will study the same course content
as MTH-20500, Introduction to Statistics. Additionally , the
students will choose a project that will allow them to gain
experience and demonstrate understanding of some of the
statistical techniques or methods in MTH -20500. Computer
software will be utilized. Prerequisite: MTH-12000 or higher.
(Math Credit)

MTH-22002 Calculus I (W,S) 4(4-0)
This is the first of a three-semester sequential course in analytic
geometry and calculus. Topics include functions, limits,
continuity, derivatives, integrals, and their applications. A
graphing calculator is required. Prerequisite: MTH-18001 or
advanced math placement test score of 12-15. (Math Credit)

MTH-22102 Calculus II (F) 4(4-0)
This course is a continuation of MTH-22002. Topics include
applications of integration, techniques of integration,
L’Hopital’ s Rule , improper integrals, infinite series, conic
section, plane curves, parametric equations, and polar coordinates .
A graphing calculator is required. Prerequisite: MTH-
22002. (Math Credit)

MTH-22202 Calculus III (W) 4(4-0)
This course is a continuation of MTH-22102. Topics include
vector-valued functions, functions of several variables,
multiple integration , and vector analysis. A graphing calculator
is required. Prerequisite: MTH-22102. (Math Credit)

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