3 credits for purposes of financial aid eligibility and full-time student status, not counted toward graduation; Offered fall and spring This course is designed for students who need a review of basic arithmetic and algebraic techniques and properties. It is conducted using an individualized instructional approach. Topics include whole numbers, prime and composite numbers, fractions, decimals, operations on numbers, expressions and equations, real numbers and their properties, introduction to algebra, ratios, proportions, and solutions of linear equations. - Students must have written permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department to enroll in MAT 098.
- A student may not take both MAT 098 and MAT 099.
- Meets three times a week.
- Additional time working with the instructor outside of class time may be required.
3 credits for purposes of financial aid eligibility and full-time student status, not counted toward graduation; Offered fall and spring This course covers selected topics to strengthen students’ basic arithmetic and algebra skills. Topics include prime and composite numbers, integers, order of operations, rational and irrational numbers, real numbers and their properties, exponents, algebraic expressions, linear equations and inequalities in one variable, quadratic equations, and problem-solving techniques. - Students must have written permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department to enroll in MAT 099.
- A student may not take both MAT 098 and MAT 099.
3 credits; Offered fall and spring Prerequisite: MAT 098 or MAT 099 This course is a continuation of MAT 098 and MAT 099. Topics include lines and systems of linear equations with applications, geometry, functions, consumer mathematics and the mathematics of finance. - This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed MAT 113 or higher or their equivalent.
3 credits; Offered fall and spring Prerequisite: MAT 110 This course is designed for students who have completed MAT 098 or 099 and MAT 110. Topics include set theory, Venn diagrams, counting principles, permutations and combinations, - This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed MAT 114, MAT 118, MAT 313, or their equivalents, without permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department.
3 credits; Offered fall and spring Prerequisite: MAT 098 or MAT 099 This course presents topics including linear equations and their graphs, applications of linear equations, the mathematics of finance, systems of linear equations, and geometry. - This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed MAT 110, MAT 117, or their equivalents without permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department.
- Note: MAT 113 and 114 may be taken in either order.
3 credits; Offered fall and spring Prerequisite: MAT 098 or MAT 099 This course presents topics including set theory, combinatorics, probability, statistics, the normal distribution and applications. - This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed MAT 111, MAT 118, MAT 313, or their equivalents without permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department.
- Note: MAT 113 and 114 may be taken in either order.
3 credits; Offered fall and spring This course presents a review of algebra, including functions and graphing, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions and their graphs. Applications are presented. - May be taken only by students placed in this course by the chair of the Mathematics Department.
3 credits; Offered fall and spring This course includes descriptive statistics, measures of central tendency, measures of variation, probability, the normal distribution and hypothesis testing. - This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed MAT 111, MAT 114, MAT 313, or their equivalents without the permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department .
- May be taken only by students placed in this course by the chair of the Mathematics Department.
4 credits; Offered fall and spring Prerequisite: MAT 117 or permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department This course includes limits, continuity, differentiation, applications of the derivative and antiderivatives.
4 credits; Offered fall and spring Prerequisite: Grade of C- or higher in MAT 130 This course includes indeterminate forms, integration, applications of integrals, techniques of integration, improper integrals, and polar coordinates.
3 credits; Offered fall Prerequisite: MAT 130 This course includes the algebra of matrices, solutions of systems of linear equations, vectors, vector spaces, inner product spaces, orthogonality, linear transformations, determinants, and eigenvalues and eigenvectors.
3 credits; Offered fall; Formerly offered as MAT 310Prerequisites: Grade of C- or higher in MAT 130 This course included topics chosen from logic, basic concepts of proofs, the structure of integers, mathematical induction, Karnaugh maps, circuit diagrams, set theory, number theory, probability, relations including equivalence relations, congruence relations, functions, cardinality, an introduction to graphs and code-theory, and algebraic structures.
3 credits; Offered springPrerequisites: MAT 131 and MAT 215, or permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department This course includes an introduction to logic and describes various techniques of mathematical proofs, including direct proofs, proofs by contrapositive, proofs by contradiction and proofs by induction. Examples will be drawn from many areas of mathematics.
3 credits; Offered spring; Formerly offered as MAT 402Prerequisite: MAT 130 or permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department This course examines the evolution of mathematics from ancient civilizations through modern times. Topics include but are not limited to the history of geometry, calculus, probability, conics and analytic geometry, logic, number theory, arithmetic, and algebra, as well as the mathematicians who developed these concepts.
1 credit; Offered fallPrerequisite: MAT 131 or permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department In this course, students will be introduced to a variety of technological tools that are used in mathematical analysis and typesetting, including graphing calculators, Excel, Scientific Workplace, Mathematica, and Geometer’s Sketchpad.
4 credits; Offered fallPrerequisite: MAT 131 This course includes the study of vectors, functions of several variables, partial differentiation, multiple integrals and infinite sequences and series.
4 credits; Offered springPrerequisite: MAT 131 This course covers topics including first order differential equations, homogeneous and nonhomogeneous linear differential equations, and systems of linear differential equations. Physical applications of differential equations are studied.
3 credits; Offered springPrerequisite: MAT 221 or permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department This course covers topics including groups, rings, and fields.
4 credits; Offered spring; Formerly offered as MAT 212Prerequisite: MAT 131 or permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department This course presents both descriptive and inferential statistics. Topics include data collection and classification, measures of central tendency and variability, probability concepts, discrete and continuous probability distributions, inferences about means, variances and proportions, confidence intervals, and p-values.
1 credit per topic; Offered upon sufficient enrollment Course may be repeated for credit if topics are different. A series of one-credit courses is designed to explore in-depth a single topic in mathematics. Most topics relate to elementary or secondary school mathematics. Topics may include but are not limited to the metric system, calculators and calculation, math games, Montessori mathematics, problem solving in mathematics, math anxiety, math testing, and mathematics and gender.
3 credits; Offered upon sufficient enrollment Course may be repeated for credit if topics are different. The seminar course involves the study of selected topics.
3 credits; Offered upon sufficient enrollment Prerequisite: MAT 230 This course covers topics including numerical solutions of nonlinear equations, polynomial approximation of functions, interpolation, numerical differentiation and integration and error analysis.
3 credits; Offered upon sufficient enrollment Prerequisite: MAT 221 The course covers topics including the properties of divisibility, prime numbers, congruences, Gaussian integers, and Diophantine equations.
3 credits; Offered fall Prerequisite: MAT 221 or permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department This course covers topics including Euclidean geometry, the parallel postulate, hyperbolic geometry, and transformational geometry.
3 credits; Offered fall; Formerly offered as MAT 305Prerequisite: MAT 221 and MAT 230 This course covers topics concerning the analysis of sets and sequences of real numbers and real-valued functions. Specific topics include countability, limits, convergence, continuity, differentiation, and integration.
3 credits; Offered upon sufficient enrollment Prerequisite: MAT 221 and MAT 230 The course covers the arithmetic and algebraic properties of complex numbers, regions in the complex plane, functions of a complex variable, mappings, analytic functions and their properties, and the derivatives and integrals of complex functions.
3 credits; Offered upon sufficient enrollment Prerequisite: MAT 221 and MAT 230 The course presents the derivation of the heat and wave equations, boundary value problems, the method of separation of variables, eigenvalues and eigenfunctions, the construction and properties of Fourier series, and the method of eigenfunction expansion to solve nonhomogeneous partial differential equations.
3 credits; Offered fall Prerequisite: MAT 313 or permission of the chair of the Mathematics Department This course examines secondary school mathematics programs stressing organization and preparation of material for instruction. - This course may be taken only by students seeking secondary certification.
- This course may not be used to satisfy the core math requirement.
Credit to be arranged; Offered as needed; Fee Prerequisite: Approval of instructor, department chair of the Mathematics Department, and Dean for Academic Affairs Topics are chosen in conjunction with the instructor and chair of the Mathematics Department. |