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# Mathematics Courses

Credit cannot be earned in mathematics courses that are prerequisites for courses already
completed.

150 Introductory Algebra (4)
A study of the basic concepts of algebra such as first-degree equations, factoring, rational
expressions , graphing, quadratic equations , exponents and radicals. May not be used to satisfy
general curriculum distribution requirements of the Baccalaureate Experience. (*fall and spring
semesters)

153 College Geometry (2)
A study of geometric problem-solving and formal synthetic Euclidean geometry. Students
study properties of basic geometric figures, learn to verify them using formal proofs, and
use results to solve applied problems. Students also are exposed to the axiomatic method of
synthetic
Euclidean geometry, learning how to verify results and then apply them to other
proofs and applied problems. Required for education majors; may be taken as an elective by
other majors. May not be used to satisfy general curriculum requirements.

155 Finite Mathematics for Liberal Arts (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 150 or equivalent. Appropriate as a general curriculum distribution
requirement for liberal arts students. Topics include graph theory , planning and scheduling,
data collection, descriptive statistics, social choices and voting, the problem of fair division,
and the study of size and shape. (*fall and spring semesters)

160 College Algebra (4)
Prerequisites: MAT 150 or equivalent. Topics include rational exponents , equations and
inequalities, functions and their operations, polynomials, rational functions, and systems of
equations, inequalities and matrices. (*fall and spring semesters)

170 Precalculus (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 160 or equivalent. Covers exponential and logarithmic functions , applications
to growth and decay problems, trigonometry and analytic geometry with emphasis
on the use of graphing calculators. (*fall and spring semesters)

201 Introduction to Statistics (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 155 or equivalent (or higher). An introduction to descriptive and inferential
statistics, with applications in various disciplines using statistical computer software.
(*fall and spring semesters)

Prerequisite: MAT 160 or equivalent. This course is designed to provide students with the
fundamental components of differential and integral calculus, with a particular emphasis on
those aspects of calculus that have applications to business. The course covers exponential
and logarithmic functions, limits, differentiation and differentiation techniques, applications
of the derivative (e.g. marginal coast, marginal revenue, rate of growth), anti-derivatives, the
integral as an area, functions of several variables, and partial derivatives.

260 Calculus I (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 170 with a grade of “C” or higher, or equivalent. Covers limits, continuity,
differentiation and its applications, integration, and the calculus of logarithmic, exponential,
and trigonometric functions with emphasis on the use of graphing calculators. (*fall
and spring semesters)

261 Calculus II (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 260 with a grade of “C” or higher. Covers integration techniques and
applications, polar coordinates , parametric equations and infinite series. (*fall and spring
semesters)

262 Calculus III (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 261 with a grade of “C” or higher. Covers partial differentiation, multiple
integration and vector analysis in three dimensions. (*fall semester)

299 Introduction to Higher Mathematics (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 261 with a grade of “C” or higher. Covers proof techniques and their
applications to various branches of mathematics, basic set theory, properties of number systems ,
and basic history of mathematics. (*spring semester)

300 Differential Equations (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 262 with a grade of “C” or higher. An introductory course in ordinary
differential equations with applications . (*once every two years )

301 Discrete Mathematics (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 261 with a grade of “C” or higher. Covers sets, induction, algorithms,
recursion, matrices, relations, functions, digraphs, partially ordered sets, lattices, Boolean
algebra, switching circuits, trees and combinatorial analysis . (*once every two years)

308 Linear Algebra (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 299 with a grade of “C” or higher. Covers vectors and vector spaces,
matrices, and linear transformations on a vector space. (*once every two years)

310 Probability and Mathematical Statistics (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 261 with a grade of “C” or higher. Covers probability, descriptive statistics
and inferential statistics. (*once every two years)

401 Real Analysis (4)
Prerequisites: MAT 262 and 299 both with a with a grade of “C” or higher. Covers theories
of limits, continuity, differentiation and integration. (*once every two years)

410 Complex Analysis (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 262 and 299 both with a with a grade of “C” or higher. Coverage includes
complex numbers, analytic functions, elementary functions, integrals, series, residues
and poles. (*once every two years)

420 Modern Abstract Algebra (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 299 with a grade of “C” or higher. An introduction to the theory of
groups
, rings and fields. (*once every two years)

490 Senior Seminar (1)
Prerequisite: senior standing in mathematics or mathematical programming. An in-depth
study of a topic in mathematics or mathematical programming. Requires consultation with a
faculty member, personal research, library research and an oral presentation . (*fall and spring
semesters)

499 Selected Topics (1-4)
Subject may be chosen from point-set topology, partial differential equations, combinatorics,
graph theory or other topics. (*fall and spring semesters)

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