**MATHEMATICS (MTH)**

Elementary Concepts of Math | This course is designed as a review of the principles of arithmetic: fractions, decimals, ratios, proportions, percent, introduction to algebra, US customary and metric measurements, formulas for area, perimeter, and volume from a calculator based pe... | |

Basic Algebra | This developmental course is the first course in the algebra sequence. Basic algebra topics include, but are not limited to: expressions, linear equations and functions with graphing, exponents, basic polynomial operations, and factoring. Modeling an... | |

Geometry | This course covers the fundamental concepts of geometry for students who lack credit in one year of high school geometry with a grade of C or better or for students who need a review of the subject matter. The course includes the concepts of undefine... | |

Preparatory Math for Gen Ed | This course focuses on developing mathematical maturity through problem solving, critical thinking, data analysis, and the writing and communication of mathematics. Students will develop conceptual and procedural tools that support the use of key mat... | |

Intermediate Algebra A | This developmental course is primarily intended for students who intend on enrolling in MTH 140, MTH 141, or MTH 222. This course also serves as the first course for students in a yearlong option (MTH 106 and MTH 107) to master Intermediate Algebra.... | |

Intermediate Algebra B | This developmental course is a continuation of MTH 106 Intermediate Algebra A. Intermediate Algebra B further develops the topics of MTH 106. Other Intermediate Algebra B topics include, but are not limited to, polynomial inequalities, inverses; equa... | |

Intermediate Algebra | This developmental course is the second course in the algebra sequence that further develops the concepts of basic algebra. Intermediate algebra topics include, but are not limited to: polynomial inequalities, systems of equations and inequalities; q... | |

Applied Mathematics I | This course covers the basic principles of mathematics, with application to problems encountered in various industries. Review of fractions, decimals, ratios, proportions, and percent are covered. Introductory algebra, practical geometry, measuring s... | |

Applied Mathematics II | This course introduces practical geometry, measurement of plane and solid figures, precision, accuracy, elementary right triangle trigonometry, law of cosines, and law of sines.NOTE: A specific graphing calculator is required for this course. Contac... | |

Technical Mathematics I | This course covers college mathematics for students majoring in technology. It includes algebra, geometry and trigonometry.NOTE: A specific graphing calculator is required for this course. Contact the EMPS division office for details. | |

Technical Mathematics II | This course is a continuation of MTH 117. Major topics are algebra, geometry, vectors, complex numbers, logarithms, matrices, inequalities and trigonometry. NOTE: A specific graphing calculator is required for this course. Contact the EMPS Division o... | |

Math for Elementary Teaching I | This is the first college-level math course in a two course sequence which is intended for students planning to major in elementary education. This course is not intended to offer teaching methods to future educators. Topics include problem solving,... | |

College Algebra | This course is primarily intended to prepare students for Finite Mathematics and Calculus for Business and Social Sciences. This course will also serve as a prerequisite to Trigonometry. College algebra topics include, but are not limited to: conic s... | |

Trigonometry | This course is primarily for students who intend to take MTH 145 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I. Trigonometry topics include, but are not limited to: trigonometric functions and their graphs, trigonometric identities and equations, and applications... | |

Finite Mathematics I | Designed primarily for business, commerce or social science students of whom it may be required. Topics include set theory, elementary combinatorics, probability, matrix algebra, introduction to linear programming, and Markov chains. NOTE: Specific g... | |

Contemporary Mathematics | This course is to develop competency in analytical reasoning, problem solving, and multi-step decision making as well as exposing students to some current trends in mathematical thought. The emphasis is on mathematical reasoning and the solving of re... | |

Quantitative Literacy | This course develops conceptual understanding in several areas, including: representing and analyzing data through such statistical measures as central tendency, dispersion, normal distribution, and correlation and regression; using logical statement... | |

General Education Statistics | This course focuses on statistical reasoning and the solving of problems using real-world data rather than on computational skills. Emphasis is on interpretation and evaluation of statistical results that arise from simulation and technology-based co... | |

Precalculus | This course is primarily for students who intend to take MTH 145 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I. Precalculus topics include, but are not limited to: polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions and equations, trigonom... | |

Calculus & Analytic Geometry I | This course covers the calculus of algebraic and transcendental functions. Analytic geometry topics are limited to the line and circle. Calculus topics include limits, differentiation and integration of both algebraic and transcendental functions, in... | |

Calc & Analytic Geometry II | This course is a continuation of MTH 145. Techniques of integration, applications of integration, differential equations, parametric equations, polar coordinates and infinite sequences and series will be covered. NOTE: A specific graphing calculator... | |

Math Elementary Teaching II | This is the second college-level math course in a two course sequence which is intended for students planning to major in elementary education. This course is not intended to offer teaching methods to future educators. Topics include probability, sta... | |

Business Statistics | This course covers solving real-life business applications in statistics. The course includes, but is not limited to, using principles of probability, descriptive statistics, and an introduction to one and multi-sample inferential statistics such as... | |

Calc. for Bus. & Soc Science | Includes analytical geometry and calculus topics such as functions and their graphs, rectangular coordinate systems, limits, differentiation and integration of algebraic, logarithmic and exponential functions. Applications are included along with sel... | |

Introduction to Linear Algebra | This is a first course in vectors, matrices, vector spaces and linear transformations and includes a substantial proof component. Applications of topics to problems arising in engineering and business are included. The course may be taken concurrentl... | |

Ordinary Differential Equation | This course involves the solving of various ordinary linear and nonlinear differential equations of first and higher order and the solving of systems of differential equations. Methods include separation of variables, various substitution techniques,... | |

Discrete Mathematics | Introduction to the mathematical analysis of finite collections and to the mathematical foundations of sequential machines, computer system design, data structures and algorithms. Topics include, but are not restricted to sets, counting, recursion,... | |

Calculus Analytic Geometry III | This course is a continuation of MTH 146. Topics include vectors in two and three dimensions, vector operations, lines and planes in space, vector functions, functions of more than one variable, partial derivatives, directional derivatives, gradients... | |

Special Topics in Mathematics | This course addresses the in-depth study of special topics in mathematics that do not have specific courses in the catalog. Course content will vary depending on the topic being studied. Topics may include but are not limited to: mathematical statist... |