Department of Mathematics

Lower Division Courses

The following is a list of all lower division courses regularly taught by the mathematics department. If you have any questions contact a faculty member, they will be happy to answer any questions you have.

  • MATH 113 -  This class will prepare students to have a successful learning experience in Math 121 and subsequent math courses. Topics will preview those of Math 121 and the course will stress algebraic skills and understanding. Students who do not plan to take further math courses should not take this course.  4 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:
    • TRS 92 Minimum Grade of C- or
    • Computed Math Placement Score MA110.
  • MATH 121 - Pre-Calculus This course covers the topics in algebra and trigonometry necessary for students who plan to enroll in Math 221 Calculus I. The course will include an in-depth analysis of the topics covered in Math 113, with additional emphasis on symbolic methods. The concept of function, with its multiple representations, will be emphasized.  4 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:
    • MATH113 Minimum Grade of C- or
    • MATH 110 Minimum Grade of B- or
    • Computed Math Placement Score MA121.
  • MATH 201 - Elementary Statistics An introduction to basic ideas in statistics including descriptive statistics, measure of central tendency and dispersion, probability, sampling distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, regression and correlation, and statistical software application. This course is equivalent to BA 253 and Psyc 241. Credit will be given for only one of these courses. 4 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:
    • MATH 110 Minimum Grade of C- or
    • Computed Math Placement Score MA121 or
    • MATH 121 Minimum Grade of C- or
    • MATH 221 Minimum Grade of C- or
    • MATH 222 Minimum Grade of C- or
    • MATH 210 Minimum Grade of C-.
  • MATH 210 - Survey of Calculus This course is intended as a survey of Calculus for students who do not intend to continue their study of Calculus. Topics include limits, differential and integral calculus of one variable and an introduction to calculus of two two variables. Math 210 does not satisfy the prerequisite for Math 221 and Math 222. Students who require a more rigorous treatment of Calculus should take Math 221 and Math 222. 4 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:
    • MATH 110 Minimum Grade of C- or
    • MATH 121 Minimum Grade of C- or
    • Computed Math Placement Score MA121.
  •  MATH 215 - Math For Elem School Teacher I This course is designed primarily for the elementary school teacher. It includes a study of sets, set operations, construction of numeration systems, whole and integer and rational number arithmetic, ratio and proportion, decimals, percent, selected topics in geometry, the metric system, and an introduction to the real number system. 0 OR 3 Credit Hours 0.000 OR 2.000 Lecture hours 0.000 OR 2.000 Lab hours. Prerequisites:
    • TRS 92 Minimum Grade of C- or
    • Computed Math Placement Score MA110 and
    • ED 200 Minimum Grade of C-.
  • MATH 221 - Calculus I Limits, continuity, derivatives and integrals of functions of one variable including polynomial, root, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and inverse trigonometric functions. Applications of Calculus are included. 4 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:
    • MATH 121 Minimum Grade of C- or
    • Computed Math Placement Score MA221.
  • MATH 222 - Calculus II A continuation of Math 221. Techniques and applications of integration, introduction to differential equations and applications, sequences and series, applications using polar and parametric coordinate systems. 4 Credit Hours.  Prerequisites:
    • MATH 221 Minimum Grade of C- or
    • Computed Math Placement Score MA222.
  • MATH 223 - Calculus III Vectors and multivariable calculus with applications. 4 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:
    • MATH 222 Minimum Grade of C-.
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