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**Note: ***Your ability to read and understand English may
significantly affect your understanding of the mathematics
covered in certain classes. Eligibility for ENG 101 is highly
recommended.*

*Prerequisite: Placement test scores.*

This course is identical to MAT 075 except that it has one additional
hour of instruction for students

whose placement scores indicate this
need. This course provides a review of how to use basic

operations to
manipulate whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents. Content
includes

fundamental operations with integers and an introduction to
ratios, proportions and algebraic

equations. At the discretion of the
instructor, students may be recommended to participate in

Math Lab
activities. Departmental exit assessment is required. Students must earn
a C- or higher to

move to the next level course, MAT 094.

*formerly MAT 098 Basic Mathematics*

*Prerequisite: Placement test scores.*

This course provides a review of how to use basic operations to
manipulate whole numbers, fractions,

decimals, and percents. Content
includes fundamental operations with integers and an

introduction to
ratios, proportions and algebraic equations. At the discretion of the
instructor, students

may be recommended to participate in Math Lab
activities. Departmental exit assessment

is required. Students must
earn a C- or higher to move to the next level course, MAT 094.

*formerly MAT 099 Introductory Algebra*

*Prerequisite: MAT 073 or 075 with C- or higher, or appropriate placement test scores.*

This course covers the basic concepts of algebra, including fundamental operations with rational numbers, simplification of variable expressions, and methods of solving equations. Students will also study factoring techniques, exponential expressions, applications, graphing of linear equations. Department exit assessment is required. Students must earn a C- or higher to move to the next level course.

*Prerequisite: MAT 094 or appropriate placement test scores.*

Includes a study of mathematical techniques as
applied to problems in business and the
contemporary world. The primary focus will be
on algebraic, graphing and statistical techniques. *(Not recommended for science or math majors.)*

*formerly MAT 100 Intermediate Algebra*

*Prerequisite: MAT 094 with a grade of C- or
higher or appropriate placement test score.*

Topics include a study of functions, relations, and graphs;
applications; linear functions and inequalities;

quadratic and other
polynomial functions; exponents and radical expressions; rational
expressions

and equations; and systems of equations. Department exit
assessment is required.

Students must earn a C- or higher to move to the next level course.

*Prerequisite: MAT 136 or appropriate test score.*

This course must be passed with a minimum grade of C. A mathematics course designed for and required of students preparing to teach in the elementary schools. Topics include number systems and their properties, problem-solving, developing mathematically correct and clear explanations of mathematical ideas, applications, and diagnosis of student error patterns. Computer component to the course.

*Prerequisite: MAT 136 with a grade of C- or higher or appropriate test score*

The goals of the course are to develop, as fully as possible, the mathematical and quantitative capabilities of the student; to enable them to understand a variety of applications of mathematics; to prepare them to think logically in subsequent courses and situations in which mathematics occurs; and to increase their confidence in their ability to reason mathematically. Topics that could be included in the course: applications of everyday mathematics, symmetry, transformations, voting strategies, circuits & pathways. This course transfers easily to most four-year institutions.

*Prerequisite: MAT 145.*

This course must be passed with a minimum grade of C. Designed for and required of students preparing to teach in the elementary schools. Topics include rational numbers and their properties, problem solving, geometry and measurement, probability and statistics, and transformations.

*Prerequisite: MAT 136 with a grade of C- or higher or appropriate placement test score.*

Topics include concepts of functions; numeric,
algebraic, and graphic techniques as applied to
the following functions: polynomial, piecewise,
rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic;
complex numbers; applications; and systems of
equations. Topics that might be included are
recursively defined functions and topics in
analytic geometry. Department exit assessment is required. Students must earn a C- or
higher to move to the next level course. **TI graphing calculator required**.

*Prerequisite: MAT 172 or equivalent with a grade of C- or higher*

Topics include concepts of functions; numeric,
algebraic, and graphic techniques applied to the
following functions: polynomial, radical,
rational, exponential, logarithmic, and circular/
trigonometric; right triangle trigonometry and
applications; trigonometric identities and
equations; applications; topics in analytic
geometry. Department exit assessment is required. Students must earn a C- or
higher to move to the next level course. **TI graphing calculator required.**

*Prerequisite: MAT 172 or equivalent with a grade of C- or higher*

Topics include function review; limits and
continuity; the derivative; techniques of
differentiation; optimization problems;
exponential and logarithmic functions and their
derivatives; anti-derivatives and the Fundamental
Theorem of Calculus; techniques of
integration; applications pertaining to business
and the social sciences. **TI graphing calculator
required.**

*Prerequisite: MAT 136 or appropriate
placement test; eligibility for ENG 101 or
permission of instructor.*

Concepts of population and sample, basic
experimental designs, introduction to data
collection methods; organizing and describing
data with graphical techniques and numerical
methods; basic probability theory; discrete and
continuous probability distribution; normal
curves and applications; making inferences
about populations (a) point estimates (b)
interval estimates (c) hypothesis tests;
relationships between two variables, (a)
scatterplots (b) correlation (c) regression. Department exit
assessment is required. Students must earn a C- or
higher to move to the next level course. **TI
graphing calculator required**.

*Prerequisite: MAT 186 with a grade of C- or higher*

Topics include limits and continuity; derivatives;
techniques of differentiation; applications
of differentiation; antiderivatives; Fundamental
Theorem of Calculus and the definite integral;
applications of the integral; trapezoidal and
Simpson's rules. **TI graphing calculator
required.**

*Prerequisite: MAT 254 with a grade of C- or higher*

Topics include anti-derivatives and applications
of the integral; transcendental functions and
their inverses; derivatives and integrals of
transcendental functions and their inverses;
techniques of integration; numerical methods;
indeterminate forms and L�Hospital�s Rule;
improper integrals, sequences and infinite
series; polar coordinates. **TI graphing calculator
required.**

*Prerequisite: MAT 256 with a grade of C- or higher*

Topics include parametric equations; polar
coordinates; vectors-dot and cross products and
applications; vector-valued functions and
applications; functions of several variables,
limits and applications; partial differentiation
and applications; multiple integration and
applications; multiple integration and
applications; vector calculus. **TI graphing
calculator required.**

*Prerequisite: Math 256 with a grade of C- or higher*

This course involves a comprehensive introduction to the theory and applications of solving systems. Topics included are linear equations, vector and matrix algebra, determinants, eigenvectors and eigenvalues, orthogonality, least squares, symmetry, quadratic forms, and practical applications. Technology is a major component of the course, both computer and calculator work is utilized.

*Prerequisite: MAT 256 with a grade of C- or higher*

Topics include first-order differential equations,
second-order linear solutions, higher-order
linear equations with constant coefficients;
Laplace transformations; systems of linear order
equations; numerical methods, and applications.
**TI graphing calculator required.**