Course Listings for Mathematics 

MATH 050  BASIC MATHEMATICS 
BASIC MATHEMATICS Operations and applications with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and integers. Order of operations. Converting among number representations; placing numbers in order. Basic applications, including use of percent and geometry. Study strategies. 
MATH 051  FUNDAMENTALS OF ARITHMETIC 
FUNDAMENTALS OF ARITHMETIC Fundamental operations with whole numbers, fractions and decimals. Solve problems including percent, ratio and proportion, measurement, and geometric figures. Introduction to signed numbers, measures of center, and interpretation of basic data graphs. 
MATH 054  BEGINNING ALGEBRA 
BEGINNING ALGEBRA Operations with fractions, decimals, percents, and signed numbers. Simplify algebraic expressions. Solve linear equations. Solve a variety of application problems. Square roots, exponents, and coordinate graphing. Determine area, perimeter, and volume. Calculate statistical measures of center and interpret graphs. 
MATH 060  INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA 
INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA Basic operations with numeric and polynomial expressions solving linear equations, linear inequalities, systems of linear equations, and quadratic equations linear graphs applications. 
MATH 091  MATH REVIEW 
MATH REVIEW 
MATH 096  INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA IN CONTEXT 
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA IN CONTEXT This course integrates numeracy, proportional reasoning, algebraic skills, and functional reasoning. Students will represent quantitative relationships in multiple ways in order to solve problems from a variety of authentic contexts. Linear and exponential functions, along with logarithms and radicals will be studied and applied. Modeling and interpreting quantitative data is emphasized. 
MATH 098  INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA FOR PRECALCULUS 
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA FOR PRECALCULUS Algebraic skills, concepts, and applications. Simplifying and operating with polynomial, rational, and radical expressions. Use of quadratic, rational, and radical models to solve problems encountered in the real world. Solving quadratic, rational, radical, and absolute value equations and systems of linear equations. Function concepts and graphs. 
MATH& 107  Math in Society (formerly MATH 107  CCN) 
Math in Society (formerly MATH 107  CCN) Contemporary mathematics applied to a variety of fields. Instructorchosen topics will focus on graphical and formuladerived solutions, statistics, applied problems, and communicating solutions. Topics may include management science, statistics, social choice, patterns, and financial applications. 
MATH 111  COLLEGE MATH FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 
COLLEGE MATH FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION A course for early childhood educators providing the mathematical foundations for quantitative concepts appropriate for children from birth through Grade 3. Topics include patterns, sequencing, number systems and computation, models for operations, problemsolving strategies, functions, geometry, measurement, and basic concepts of statistics and probability. Methods used are interactive, activitybased, and guided by national and state mathematics education standards. Emphasizes conceptual understanding, connections among topics, and communication of mathematical thinking. 
MATH 114  APPLIED ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY, AND TRIGONOMETRY 
APPLIED ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY, AND TRIGONOMETRY Linear, quadratic, logarithmic, exponential, and trigonometric functions and their applications. Interpretation and display of information using rectangular, polar, and logarithmic coordinate systems. Right triangle and unit circle trigonometry. Vector operations using real and complex numbers. Solutions to systems of linear equations. 
MATH& 131  Math for Elem Educ 1: Number Systems & Problem Solving 
Math for Elem Educ 1: Number Systems & Problem Solving (formerly MATH& 171) The first of two courses for prospective elementary teachers focusing on the mathematics underlying modern elementary school math. Topics include: number systems, models for operations, problemsolving techniques, and a variety of instructional approaches. Emphasizes deep conceptual understanding of content, connections among topics, and communication of mathematical ideas. Appropriate technology is incorporated. 
MATH& 132  Math for Elem Educ 2: Geometry and Statistics 
Math for Elem Educ 2: Geometry and Statistics (formerly MATH& 172 and MATH& 173)This is the second of two courses for prospective elementary teachers focusing on the foundation underlying modern elementary school math. Topics include geometry, measurement, probability, and descriptive statistics. This course emphasizes deep conceptual understanding of content, connections among topics, and communication of mathematical ideas. Appropriate technology is incorporated. 
MATH& 141  Precalculus I (formerly MATH 121  CCN) 
Precalculus I (formerly MATH 121  CCN) Families of functions, their properties, graphs and applications. Functions include: polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic functions and combinations of these. Solve related equations and inequalities. Data analysis, introductory mathematical modeling. Develop competency with a graphing calculator. 
MATH& 142  Precalculus II (formerly MATH 122  CCN) 
Precalculus II (formerly MATH 122  CCN) Families of trigonometric functions, their inverses, properties, graphs, and applications. Trigonometric equations and identities. Laws of sines and cosines. Polar coordinates and graphs. Parametric equations. Elementary vector operations. 
MATH& 146  Introduction to Stats (formerly MATH 281  CCN) 
Introduction to Stats (formerly MATH 281  CCN) Introduction to the analysis of data using descriptive statistics, probability, and inferential statistics. Topics include: data collection methods; measures of center and variation; graphical presentation of data; probability; binomial and normal distributions; confidence intervals; hypothesis tests of one and two parameters, using the normal, Studentt, and chisquare distributions; linear correlation and regression. 
MATH 147  BUSINESS PRECALCULUS 
BUSINESS PRECALCULUS (formerly MATH 147/MATH 156 Finite Mathematics) Linear, polynomial and rational function models. Exponential and logarithmic functions. Mathematics of finance, matrices, linear programming, and set operations. 
MATH& 148  Business Calculus (formerly MATH 157  CCN) 
Business Calculus (formerly MATH 157  CCN) Concise course in calculus. Differential and integral calculus of nontrigonometric functions with an emphasis on business and economics applications. 
MATH& 151  Calculus I (formerly MATH 124  CCN) 
Calculus I (formerly MATH 124  CCN) Families of algebraic and transcendental functions and their derivatives. Limits, including indeterminate forms. Applications of differential calculus, antiderivatives. 
MATH& 152  Calculus II (formerly MATH 125  CCN) 
Calculus II (formerly MATH 125  CCN) Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Definite and indefinite integrals. Methods of Integration. Applications of integration. Improper integrals. Introduction to first order differential equations. 
MATH& 153  Calculus III (formerly MATH 126  CCN) 
Calculus III (formerly MATH 126  CCN) Sequences and series. Vectors and geometry of space. The calculus of vector functions and parametric surfaces. Polar, cylindrical and spherical coordinates. 
MATH 205  LINEAR ALGEBRA 
LINEAR ALGEBRA Applications and techniques of Linear Algebra, including solving systems of equations, vector spaces, matrix operations, linear transformations, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, and characteristic polynomials. Introduction to appropriate technology and elementary proofs. 
MATH 224  MULTIVARIATE CALCULUS 
MULTIVARIATE CALCULUS Functions of several variables. Partial derivatives, multiple integrals, and their applications. Vector analysis including vector fields, line and surface integrals, Green’s theorem, Stokes’ theorem, and the Divergence theorem. 
MATH 238  DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS This course covers first and second order differential equations with applications to the sciences and engineering, an introduction to higher order equations, Laplace Transforms,and systems of linear differential equations. Topics at the discretion of the instructor include numerical methods, phase plane analysis, and series solutions to differential equations. 