Mathematics (MATH)

APPLIED ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
MATH 092 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in CAP 040, MATH 030 or 089, or recommending score on placement test.

Provides students with a foundation in elementary algebra skills and applications, and prepares them for intermediate algebra. Topics include: numeracy; mathematical thinking; proportional reasoning; algebraic expressions; linear equations and inequalities in one variable; the coordinate plane; linear equations in two variables and graphing; systems of linear equations; and dimensional analysis. College success strategies are integrated throughout the course. [CP]

APPLIED INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
MATH 096 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 090 or 091 or 092, or CAP 042, or recommending score on placement test.

Covers intermediate algebra skills and applications, and prepares students for college-level mathematics. Topics include: functions; exponent rules; polynomial operations and basic factoring; defining and solving quadratic, rational and radical equations; and basic exponential and logarithmic equations and functions. Applications of these techniques to modeling and solving real-world problems are emphasized. College success strategies are integrated throughout the course. [CP]

COLLEGE TRIG WITH SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION
MATH 102 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture / 55 hours of conference

Covers the same topics as college trigonometry (Math 103), with additional instructional time spent on essential pre-college topics which are not covered in the applied algebra sequence (MATH 092, MATH 096). Trigonometic ratios, right angle trigonometry, law of sines, law of cosines, radian measure, trigonometric identities, inverse trigonometric functions, trigonometric equations, graphs of trigonometric functions, polar coordinates, and two-dimentional vectors. This is a challenging and technical course primarily intended for those majoring in Mathematics, Physical Science or Engineering. It is a preparatory class for the four-term Calculus series. Prerequisit: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 096, recommending score on the placement test, or consent of the mathematics department. [CP, Q, SE]

COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY
MATH 103 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 093 or 095, or recommending score on placement test.

Trigonometric ratios, right angle trigonometry, law of sines, law of cosines, radian measure, trigonometric identities, inverse trigonometric functions, trigonometric equations, graphs of trigonometric functions, polar coordinates, and two-dimensional vectors. [Q, SE]

FINITE MATH WITH SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION
MATH 104 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture / 55 hours of conference

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 096, recommending score on the placement test, or consent of the mathematics department.

Covers the same topics as finite mathematics (MATH 105), with additional instructional time spent on essential pre-college topics which are not covered in the applied algebra sequence (MATH 092, MATH 096). Lines; linear systems; matrices; linear programming using geometric and simplex methods; mathematics of finance; polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions and models. [CP, Q, SE]

FINITE MATHEMATICS
MATH 105 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 093 or 095 or 096, or recommending score on placement test.

Lines; linear systems; matrices; linear programming using geometric and simplex methods; mathematics of finance; polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions and models. [Q, SE]

MATH IN SOCIETY
MATH&107 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 093 or 095 or 096 or 097, or a grade of "B" or better in CAP 046, or recommending score on placement test.

A study of a variety of mathematical topics including mathematical models, finance, statistics, and probability. Additional topics may include number theory, geometry, voting theory, networks, apportionment and other topics. For students who do not plan to take additional mathematics. [Q, SE]

COLLEGE ALGEBRA WITH SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION
MATH 110 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture / 55 hours of conference

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 096, recommending score on the placement test, or consent of the mathematics department.

Covers the same topics as college algebra (MATH 111), with additional instructional time spent on essential pre-college topics which are not covered in the applied algebra sequence (MATH 092, MATH 096). An introduction to functions from symbolic, numerical, and graphical points of view. Topics include linar, polynomial, rational, radical, logarithmic, and exponential funcions, systems of equations, conic sections, and mathematical modeling. This is challenging and technical course primarily intended for those majoring in Mathematics, Physical Science or Engineering. It is a preparatory class for the four-term Calculus series. [CP, Q, SE]

COLLEGE ALGEBRA
MATH 111 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 093 or 095, or recommending score on placement test.

An introduction to functions from symbolic, numerical, and graphical points of view. Topics include polynomial; logarithmic, and exponential functions; inequalities, absolute value equations and inequalities, systems of equations, conic sections, and mathematical modeling. This is a challenging and technical course primarily intended for those majoring in Mathematics, Physical Science or Engineering. It is a preparatory class for the four-term Calculus series. [Q, SE]

MATH FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
MATH 122 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 093 or MATH 095 or 096, or recommending score on placement test.

The first of a three-term sequence of courses designed for prospective elementary school teachers. Focus on problem solving, set theory, numeration systems, whole number arithmetic, and fractions. [Q, SE]

MATH FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
MATH 123 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 122.

The second of a three-term sequence of courses designed for prospective elementary school teachers. Focus on geometric shapes, measurement, triangle congruence and similarity, coordinate geometry, transformations, trigonometry and geometric problem solving. May be taken concurrently with MATH 124, the third course in the sequence. [Q, SE]

MATH FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
MATH 124 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 122.

The third of a three-term sequence of courses designed for prospective elementary school teachers. Focus on integers, decimals, number theory; elementary statistics, combinatorics and probability; functions and their graphs. Study of data analysis and probability including problem solving techniques and concepts in algebra. May be taken concurrently with MATH 123, the second course in the sequence. [Q, SE]

CALCULUS FOR LIFE SCIENCES
MATH 140 6 Credits/Units

66 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 103 and 111, or recommending score on placement test.

Survey of differentiation and integration with applications to problems in Biology and Environmental Science. Please see advisor for transferability. [Q, SE]

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS
MATH&146 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 093 or 095 or 096, or recommending score on placement test.

Descriptive statistical methods, probability, binomial and normal probability distributions, estimation of parameters, tests of hypotheses, and regression analysis are included among other statistical topics with applications to fields of nursing, science, engineering, and social science. [Q]

STATISTICS II
MATH 147 3 Credits/Units

33 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 146.

Inference techniques involving two or more populations; regression inference, analysis of variance (ANOVA), and Chi-square tests are included among other statistical topics with applications to fields of nursing, science, engineering, and social science. [Q]

BUSINESS CALCULUS
MATH&148 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in Finite Math or College Trigonometry or recommending score on placement test.

Introductory calculus with applications for business, life sciences, and social sciences. Differential, integral, and elementary multivariate calculus. Credit allowed for only one of MATH 140, MATH 106 and MATH 148. [Q, SE]

CALCULUS I
MATH&151 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in College Algebra and College Trigonometry or recommending score on placement test.

First course in the four term calculus sequence intended primarily for students of mathematics, the physical sciences, or engineering. Covers the foundations of calculus of a single variable. Topics include limits, differentiation, applications of differentiation to properties of functions and their graphs, solving real-world problems, and the basics of integration. Credit not allowed for both MATH 113 and MATH 151. [Q, SE]

CALCULUS II
MATH&152 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 151 (MATH 113).

Second course in the four term calculus sequence intended primarily for students of mathematics, the physical sciences, or engineering. Topics include techniques of integration, applications of integration, conics, parametric equations, polar coordinates, and polar equations. Credit not allowed for both MATH 211 and MATH 152. [Q, SE]

CALCULUS III
MATH&153 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 152 (MATH 211).

Third course in the four term calculus sequence intended for students of mathematics, the physical sciences, or engineering. Topics include sequences and series, three-dimensional vectors and lines, planes, cylindrical and spherical coordinates; and vector valued functions and their derivatives, integrals, and applications. Credit not allowed for both MATH 212 and MATH 153. [Q, SE]

COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE
MATH 199 5 Credits/Units

165 hours of clinical

Prerequisite: Consent of Instructional Unit.

Supervised work experience in an approved job. Completion of specific learning objectives and employer evaluation. Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, HDEV 195, 198, or 200 required. [GE]

LINEAR ALGEBRA
MATH 215 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 152 (MATH 211).

An introduction to Linear Algebra. This course is intended primarily for students of Mathematics, the Physical Sciences, or Engineering. Topics include systems of linear equations, matrices, linear transformations, vectors, vector spaces, eigenvalues, and orthogonality. Applications will also be explored. Credit not allowed for both MATH 215 and MATH 216. [Q, SE]

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
MATH 221 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in MATH 254 (MATH 213) or a grade of "C" or better in MATH 254 (MATH 213).

Elementary theory and applications of ordinary differential equations. Linear equations, linear systems, Laplace transforms, boundary value problems, series and iterative methods. Credit not allowed for both MATH 221 and MATH 241. [Q, SE]

CALCULUS IV
MATH&254 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 153 (or MATH 212).

Fourth course in the four term calculus sequence intended primarily for students of mathematics, the physical sciences, or engineering. Covers the calculus of functions of several variables. Topics include limits; partial derivatives, iterated integrals, and their applications, vector fields; gradient; divergence and curl; line and surface integrals; and classic vector calculus theorems. Credit not allowed for both MATH 213 and MATH 254. [Q, SE]

SELECTED TOPICS
MATH 280 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Selected topics in mathematics. Topics vary and course theme and content change to reflect new topics. Because the course varies in content, it is repeatable for credit. Individual topics are listed in the term class schedules. [SE]

SPECIAL PROJECTS
MATH 290 5 Credits/Units

Prerequisite: Consent of Instructional Unit.

Opportunity to plan, organize and complete special projects approved by the department. [GE]