**MATH 115 Applications of Mathematics (4): **This course examines how mathematics applies to real-world problems. Applications will be chosen from topics such as methods of voting and of apportionment, the mathematics of money, probability, paths and networks, number theory, games, truth tables and arguments, and tessellations and polyhedra. Does not apply toward any mathematics or computer science program. *Prerequisite: MATH 007 or appropriate score on placement examination* **MATH 121 College Algebra (4): **Manipulation techniques for polynomial, rational, exponential, and radical expressions. Properties of the exponential and logarithmic functions. Solutions of systems of equations and inequalities. Complex numbers, theory of equations, curve sketching, sequences and series. Does not apply toward any mathematics or computer science program. *Prerequisite: MATH 007 or appropriate score on placement examination* **MATH 122 Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry (4):** Standard trigonometric identities, sine and cosine rules, two- and three-dimensional applications, complex numbers, DeMoivre’s theorem, n-th roots of unity. Equations of straight lines and conics; identification of conics and their basic geometrical properties. Does not apply toward any mathematics or computer science program. *Prerequisite: MATH 121 or appropriate score on placement examination* **MATH 131 Calculus I (4): **Functions, limits, continuity, definition of derivatives, techniques of differentiation, applications of derivatives, definite and indefinite integral, mean value theorem, fundamental theorem of calculus. *Prerequisite: MATH 122 or appropriate score on placement examination* **MATH 132 Calculus II (4): **Calculus of transcendental functions, techniques of integration, applications of integration, indeterminate forms, improper integrals. *Prerequisite: MATH 131* **MATH 133 Calculus III (4): **Taylor series; plane curves; polar, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates; solid analytic geometry; vector-valued functions; partial differentiation and applications; multiple integrals and applications. *Prerequisite: MATH 132* **MATH 155 Introductory Statistics (4): **Basic concepts of probability, descriptive statistics, normal distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing applied to means, proportions, chi-square, introduction to correlation and regression, and simple analysis of variance. Does not apply toward any mathematics program or to the Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science. Not open to students who previously earned credit in BUAD 341 or ECON 341 or ECON 241. *Prerequisite: MATH 007 or appropriate score on placement examination* **MATH 201 Concepts of Mathematics I (4): **Topics from the following: natural, integer, rational, and real number systems; computer literacy; set algebra; elementary logic; and mathematics history. Does not apply toward any mathematics or computer science program. Course is not regularly offered. *Prerequisites: MATH 007 or appropriate score on placement examination, one year of high school geometry or equivalent & CPTG 104 or equivalent* **MATH 202 Concepts of Mathematics II (4): **Topics from set algebra, elementary logic, geometry, probability, statistics, and mathematics history. Does not apply toward any mathematics or computer science program. *Prerequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 201* **MATH 231 Introduction to Linear Algebra & Discrete Mathematics (4): **Matrix algebra and determinants; systems of linear equations; introduction to relations, digraphs, and trees. *Prerequisite: MATH 132* **MATH 232 Differential Equations (4): **Ordinary differential equations: operator methods, variation of parameters, series solutions, introduction to numerical methods. Fourier series. *Prerequisite: MATH 133 & 231* **MATH 233 Vector Calculus (4): **Vector fields, vector calculus, divergence, and theorems of Green and Stokes. *Prerequisite: MATH 133* **MATH 251 Introduction to Statistics I (4): **Basic concepts of probability, descriptive statistics, normal distribution; hypothesis testing applied to means, power, chi-square; introduction to correlation and regression; and simple analysis of variance. Does not apply toward any mathematics program or the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. Not open to students who previously earned credit in BUAD 341 or ECON 341 or ECON 241. Course is not regularly offered. *Prerequisite: MATH 121* **MATH 261 Finite Mathematics for Business I (4): **Review of arithmetic and elementary algebra including linear and quadratic equations. Topics chosen from arithmetic and geometric progressions and depreciations, interest and dated values, combinatorics and introduction to probability, and introduction to descriptive statistics. Does not apply toward any mathematics or computer science program. *Prerequisite: Admittance to Access and appropriate score on placement examination* **MATH 262 Finite Mathematics for Business II (4): **A continuation of MATH 261. Does not apply toward any mathematics or computer science program. *Prerequisites: Admittance to Access & MATH 261* **MATH 276 Discrete Mathematics (4): **Introduction to the foundations of discrete mathematics as they apply to computer science, focusing on providing a solid theoretical foundation for further work. Topics include functions, relations, sets, proof techniques, Boolean algebra, fundamentals of counting, elementary number theory, recurrence relations, graphs, trees, and discrete probability. *Prerequisite: CPTG 121 or MATH 131* **MATH 299 Directed Study (1-4): **A lower division level study of topics or problems not covered in courses currently being taught. May be repeated for additional credit with consent of the department chair. *Prerequisite: Consent of the department chair* |

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