Math 010 Intermediate Algebra: This course carries no college credit and is designed to review Intermediate Algebra concepts and skills. These skills are prerequisite to most mathematics courses and also required for many other disciplines. Topics include a review of sets and set operations, operations with polynomials and rational expressions, solving various types of equations and inequalities and an introduction to graphing on the coordinate plane and functions. Students who place into Math 010 are strongly urged to take this course prior to enrolling in any one-hundred level math course with the exception of Math 113. Arithmetic and algebra skills are prerequisite requirements.
Math 113 Contemporary Mathematics: This course solves a variety of real-world applications using mathematical methods that de-emphasize algebraic methods. Topics include descriptive and inferential statistics, probability, management science, optimization via analysis of models, coding information, social choice and decision-making, and size and shape. Since it does not require extensive algebraic skills, a Level G placement is sufficient. This is a terminal math course and does not prepare students for further study in mathematics or sciences.
Math 114 College Mathematics and Statistics: This course is used to satisfy the mathematics requirement for several degree programs in several colleges. Topics include statistics, linear modeling and applications, quadratic modeling and applications, exponential functions and their applications, and logarithmic functions and their applications. It is a terminal math course and will not prepare students for further mathematics courses. A Level M or higher placement is required. Prerequisites include Intermediate Algebra or its equivalent.
Math 115 Precalculus: This course is designed to prepare students for Math 221. Topics include the study of functions, linear functions and their applications, quadratic functions, polynomial and rational functions, radical functions, exponential and logarithmic functions and trigonometric functions. Equations and inequalities and their solutions are also emphasized. A Level P placement is required. Prerequisites include Intermediate Algebra or its equivalent.
Math 117 Precalculus for Scientists and Engineers: This course is designed to prepare students for Math 241 Analytic Geometry and Calculus A. A discussion of functions and their applications provides the foundation for the course. Function types are explored including linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric. All Math 115 topics are covered as well as additional topics in trigonometry, linear systems, and non-linear systems. A Level S or higher is required for enrollment.
Math 127 Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning: This course is designed to prepare students in non-technical
majors for their college work, for their careers, and for the challenges of
life in general. Its goal is to help
students discover mathematics can help you understand a variety of topics and
issues, from social sciences to your personal financial business. The course will provide some basic
quantitative skills and strategies to analyze quantitative issues encountered
in everyday life.
Math 221 Calculus I:
Math 241 Analytic Geometry and Calculus A: