## Math

## MAT-016 - Algebra Lab |
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Lecture: 0 |
Lab: 4 |
Credit: 2 |
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Algebra Lab provides lessons in the underlying skills and concepts required for better understanding in the corequisite Intermediate Algebra course. Topics will include algebraic vocabulary, operations with real numbers, polynomials, solving equations and more. This lab will also provide for more practice time and opportunity to receive assistance from the instructor in a face-to-face setting. It is mandatory for anyone enrolled in Intermediate Algebra who did not earn a qualifying math placement score. Corequisite: MAT-092. |
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## MAT-052 - Pre-Algebra |
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Lecture: 2 |
Lab: 2 |
Credit: 3 |
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Designed for students who have not mastered the basic skills of arithmetic or for students who need to review arithmetic. Topics studied include operations on whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, measurement, basic statistics, beginning geometry and beginning algebra. These topics are similar to those topics covered in Math Skills I and II with an emphasis on problem solving techniques. Prerequisite: Meet minimum placement test score requirements. |
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## MAT-062 - Elementary Algebra |
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Lecture: 2 |
Lab: 2 |
Credit: 3 |
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This course is a beginning level course for students needing a start, or fresh start, in algebra. Topics covered include performing math operations on signed numbers, solving linear equations in one and two variables, solving systems of linear equations, applying exponent rules, performing math operations on polynomials and factoring polynomials. Prerequisite: MAT-052 or equivalent with a minimum grade of C- or meet minimum placement testing requirements. |
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## MAT-079 - Elementary Geometry |
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Lecture: 1 |
Lab: 2 |
Credit: 2 |
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This course is designed for college students who have completed an introductory algebra course but did not take high school geometry or took it so long ago they need a review. This will be equivalent to one year of high school geometry. Prerequisite: MAT-062 or meet minimum placement testing requirements. |
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## MAT-092 - Intermediate Algebra |
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Lecture: 3 |
Lab: 2 |
Credit: 4 |
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This course is recommended for students with at least one year of high school algebra or equivalent. It serves as a foundation for many other math, science and business courses. Students will learn to apply algebraic models and standard solution methods to applied and theoretical problems, using technology when appropriate. Topics include a review of factoring polynomials, performing math operations on functions, solving rational equations, solving radical equations, solving and graphing quadratic functions, solving and graphing logarithmic and exponential equations. Prerequisite: Minimum placement testing requirements or Corequisite: MAT-016 if minimum placement score is not met. |
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## MAT-094 - Independent Study - Math |
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Lecture: 0 |
Lab: 2 |
Credit: 1 |
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This course is designed to provide the student an opportunity to select a specific mathematical area to explore in greater depth than is possible in other available courses. Independent Study topics will be determined by consultation between the student and instructor. Typical topics could include geometry, trigonometry, estimating, carpentry/mechanical/electrical preparation, etc. Credit earned in this course will not count toward the A.A., A.S., or A.A.S. degree requirements. |
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## MAT-099 - Combined Algebra |
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Lecture: 5 |
Credit: 5 |
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This course is designed as a combined beginning and intermediate level algebra course. It serves as a foundation for many other math, science and business courses. Students will learn to apply algebraic models and standard solution methods to applied and theoretical problems, using technology when appropriate. Topics include linear equations and inequalities in one and two variables, systems of linear equations, exponents, polynomials, functions, rational equations, radical equations, quadratic functions and exponential/logarithmic equations. Prerequisite: MAT-052 or equivalent with a minimum grade of C- or meet minimum placement testing requirements. |
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## MAT-110 - Math for Liberal Arts |
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Lecture: 3 |
Credit: 3 |
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Math for Liberal Arts is a survey course for students who have little background in mathematics. Topics include critical thinking, survey of sets, probability, statistics, logic and personal finance. Additional topics may include voting theory, graph theory and geometry. This course is not intended for Mathematics and Science majors. |
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## MAT-112 - Math for Elementary Teachers I |
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Lecture: 3 |
Credit: 3 |
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Math for Elementary Teachers I is the first of two mathematics course for students who want to pursue a major in elementary education. The course will use a variety of problem-solving skills while exploring many aspects of the real number system. Algebraic and concrete mathematical models will be incorporated in strategies used to solve problems. Prerequisite: MAT-062 with a minimum grade of C- or meet minimum placement testing requirements. |
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## MAT-113 - Math for Elementary Teachers II |
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Lecture: 3 |
Credit: 3 |
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Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II is a second mathematics course for students who want to pursue a major in elementary education. The course will use a variety of problem-solving skills while exploring the many aspects of geometry and data analysis. Applications using concrete and pictorial models will be incorporated in strategies used to solve problems. Prerequisite: MAT-112 with a minimum grade of C-. |
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## MAT-120 - College Algebra |
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Lecture: 3 |
Credit: 3 |
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This course is a study of rational, exponential, logarithmic and polynomial functions and relations, their graphs and related equalities. The study of the curricular functions, graphs and applications is included. This course may be taken concurrently with MAT-134. Prerequisite: MAT-092 or MAT-099 with a minimum grade of C- or meet minimum placement testing requirements. |
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## MAT-128 - Precalculus |
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Lecture: 4 |
Credit: 4 |
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This course is an in-depth review of mathematical concepts necessary in preparing students for calculus. Problem solving is emphasized. Topics from algebra, trigonometry and analytic geometry essential in calculus are covered in this course. Topics include: properties of lines and quadratics, absolute value equations and inequalities, functions and their graphs, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, analytic trigonometry, vectors, conics in both the rectangular and polar coordinate systems, parametric equations, systems of equations and inequalities, matrices, three-dimensional coordinate geometry, partial fractions, sequences and mathematical induction. Prerequisites: MAT-120 and MAT-134 with a minimum grade of C- or meet minimum placement testing requirements. |
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## MAT-134 - Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry |
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Lecture: 3 |
Credit: 3 |
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The student will study degree and radian angles; apply basic geometric and trigonometric concepts to solve triangles; apply and graph trigonometric functions and their inverses to solve applied problems; verify trigonometric identities; convert paired data between rectangular and polar notation systems; apply math operations on vectors and complex numbers; graph polar equations; and analyze/graph elliptic, hyperbolic, and other conic equations. Prerequisite: MAT-120 with a minimum grade of C- or meet minimum placement test score requirements. Corequisite: This course may be taken concurrently with MAT-120. |
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## MAT-140 - Finite Math |
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Lecture: 3 |
Credit: 3 |
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This course is designed for Business and Social Science majors. It introduces them to matrix solutions, to linear equations, linear programming, matrix algebra, mathematics of finance, computer applications, value of slope of a line and exponential/logarithmic functions. Application problems are taken from Business Management and Social Science areas. Prerequisite: MAT-120 with a minimum grade of C- or meet minimum placement testing requirements. |
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## MAT-149 - Linear Algebra |
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Lecture: 3 |
Credit: 3 |
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This course will include the study of systems of equations, matrices, determinants, vector spaces, inner product spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Applications relating to these topics will be investigated. Prerequisite: MAT-216 or meet minimum placement testing requirements. |
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## MAT-156 - Statistics |
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Lecture: 3 |
Credit: 3 |
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This course is an applied course in statistics, designed to introduce students to some of the concepts, symbols, procedures and vocabulary used in the field of statistics. Topics covered in this course include: organizing and graphing data, descriptive statistics, probability, various distributions, the sampling distribution of the mean, estimating a population mean, confidence intervals, inferential statistics (hypothesis testing), comparing two population parameters, analysis of variance, correlation, simple linear and multiple regression, contingency tables and nonparametric statistics, (time permitting). Prerequisites: MAT-092 or MAT-099 with a minimum grade of C- or meet minimum placement testing requirements. |
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## MAT-165 - Business Calculus |
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Lecture: 3 |
Credit: 3 |
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This course is intended for Business Management and Social Science majors. It introduces them to theorems for finding derivatives, applications to maximum and minimum, related rates, graphing of functions, marginal cost and revenue, supply and demand, partial derivatives, antiderivatives, definite integral, tests for increasing and decreasing functions, concavity, maximum and minimum of functions of more than one variable, area under a curve, separable differential equations, growth and decay and applications of above to Business Management and Social Sciences. Prerequisites: 3 years of high school college prep math AND meet minimum placement testing score requirements, MAT-120 with a minimum grade of C or MAT-140 with a minimum grade of C-. |
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## MAT-210 - Calculus I |
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Lecture: 4 |
Credit: 4 |
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This course includes the study of limits and continuity, derivatives and differentiation, differentials, maximum and minimum function values and techniques of graphing, applications and an introduction to integration. Prerequisites: MAT-120 AND MAT-134 with a minimum grade of C- or meet minimum placement testing requirements. |
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## MAT-216 - Calculus II |
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Lecture: 4 |
Credit: 4 |
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This course is a study of integration, techniques of integration, applications and accompanying mathematical structure. Prerequisite: MAT-210 with a minimum grade of C-. |
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## MAT-219 - Calculus III |
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Lecture: 4 |
Credit: 4 |
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This is a course on multivariable calculus which covers topics from the functions of several variable and vector valued functions. The course includes directional derivative, gradients, the curl, the divergence, multiple integrals over regions and volumes. Line and surface integrals will be covered. Double integral in the polar coordinates will be covered. Prerequisite: MAT-216 with a minimum grade of C-. |
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## MAT-227 - Differential Equations with Laplace |
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Lecture: 4 |
Credit: 4 |
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This course is the study of elementary theory and applications of ordinary differential equations. The course includes first and second order differential equations. Prerequisite: MAT-216 with a minimum grade of C-. |
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## MAT-702 - Introduction to Math Applications |
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Lecture: 2 |
Lab: 2 |
Credit: 3 |
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This course is offered to students who can profit from an applied course in mathematics and will prepare students who need to develop skills for MAT-704. It is designed as an introductory level algebra course recommended for students with one year of high school algebra. Emphasis is on the building of basic algebra skills and the application of these mathematical techniques. The course studies the relationship of geometry and algebra as they apply to various fields. This course will also cover whole numbers/decimals, integers, fractions/percents, direct measurement, basic geometric concepts/relationships, linear equations and right-triangle trigonometry. Prerequisite: MAT-052 or meet minimum placement testing requirements. |
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## MAT-704 - Math Applications |
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Lecture: 5 |
Credit: 5 |
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This course is offered to technical and other students who can profit from an applied course in mathematics. It is designed as an intermediate level algebra course recommended for students with at least one year of high school algebra. Emphasis is on the application of mathematical techniques. Students will study the relationship of geometry and algebra as they apply to electronics and mechanical technology problems. Algebraic manipulation of formulas, equations, radicals, exponents, logarithms, polynomials, rational expressions, systems of linear equations, plane trigonometry, vectors and graphs of equations are studied. Prerequisite: MAT-062 or MAT-702 or meet minimum placement testing score requirements. |
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## MAT-712 - Business Math |
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Lecture: 3 |
Credit: 3 |
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This course provides a study of math fundamentals and their application to business situations. Topics covered include banking procedures, payroll and taxes, weights and measurements, fractions and percentages, commissions, discounts, mark-ups/mark-downs, borrowing and interest, and insurance copays and deductibles. Microsoft Excel and traditional methods will be used to make common business decisions. |
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## MAT-772 - Applied Math (online) |
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Lecture: 3 |
Credit: 3 |
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This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions and formula rearrangement. Appropriate CPT score on math assessment or prerequisite course. |

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