# Course Descriptions

Course Number | Course Title | Credits | Description | Competencies |
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MAT034 | Arithmetic | 3 | A review of the fundamental operations of arithmetic, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, decimals and fractions. This is a college preparatory course designed for those students who need to review and improve their knowledge of the fundamentals of mathematics. College preparatory courses cannot be used to fulfill degree requirements. Prerequisite: Placement score and/or prerequisite required. | Loading... |

MAT053 | Pre-Algebra | 4 | A review of arithmetic and an introduction to algebra. This is a college preparatory course designed to strengthen arithmetic skills and introduce basic concepts of algebra in preparation for MAT 063. College preparatory courses cannot be used to fulfill degree requirements. Prerequisite: Placement score and/or prerequisite required. | Loading... |

MAT063 | Elementary Algebra | 4 | A beginning algebra course covering most elementary topics of algebra. This includes the real number system, solving equations and inequalities, polynomials, fractional equations and radical expressions. This is an adaptor course designed for students with no algebra background or for students who need review. It is designed to prepare students for MAT 141(Finite Math) or MAT 773(Applied Math II). Prerequisite: Minimum ALEKS score of 14% or MAT 053 with grade of C- or higher. | Loading... |

MAT064 | College Prep Math | 4 | This is a college preparatory course for students with no algebra background or for students who need to review. It is designed to prepare students for enrollment in MAT 110 (Math for Liberal Arts) or MAT 157 (Statistics). This course includes math study skills, arithmetic skills, problem-solving, algebra and geometry. This class is not recommended for science, math or engineering majors. College preparatory courses cannot be used to fulfill degree requirements. Prerequisite: Minimum ALEKS score of 14% or MAT 034 with grade of C- or higher or MAT 053 with grade of C- or higher. | Loading... |

MAT073 | Elementary Algebra II | 4 | A review of elementary algebra along with new topics, including exponents and radicals, functions and graphs, quadratic equations, inequalities and systems of equations. This course cannot be used to fulfill degree requirements. Prerequisite:Placement score and/or prerequisite required. Minimum ALEKS scores of 30% or MAT 063 with grade of C- or higher. | Loading... |

MAT093 | Math Study Skills | 1 | Provides students with the study techniques necessary for successful completion of their college preparatory or college credit math courses. It also addresses feelings and attitudes that might block math learning and offers strategies and techniques designed to overcome these feelings. College preparatory courses cannot be used to fulfill degree requirements. | Loading... |

MAT110 | Math for Liberal Arts | 3 | The student will begin to think critically by studying logic, sets and statistical reasoning. The student will examine problem-solving and decision-making by studying probability, application of statistical data, modeling, and financial mathematics. The student will become aware of possible abuses of mathematics. Finally the student will understand the broad usefulness of mathematics by studying history of mathematics and application of mathematics in art, music, business and/or politics. Prerequisite: Placement score and/or prerequisite required. Minimum ALEKS scores of 30% or MAT 064 with grade of C- or higher. | Loading... |

MAT114 | Elementary Educators Math I | 3 | This is the first of two courses focusing on math concepts taught in K-6. Topics will be covered from both a practical and theoretical standpoint, with an emphasis on practical understanding using concrete examples. Course content includes problem solving, systems of whole numbers, numeration, algorithms for computation, topics from number theory, and topics from geometry including measurement, polygons, polyhedra, congruence and transformations. This course is for students in education fields and is not appropriate for students majoring in other areas. This is not a methods course. Prerequisite: Placement score and/or prerequisite required. Minimum ALEKS scores of 46% or MAT 073 with a C- or higher. | Loading... |

MAT116 | Elementary Educators Math II | 3 | This course is a continuation of MAT 114. Course content includes basic 2D and 3D geometry and measurement, elementary probability, data analysis and statistics, operations and algorithms for computing with fractions, decimals, percents and integers. Prerequisite: MAT 114 with a grade of "C-" or better | Loading... |

MAT121 | College Algebra | 4 | This course provides an intensified study of algebraic techniques and prepares students for future study in mathematics. The central theme of this course is the concept of a function and its graph. Topics include: linear functions, polynomial functions, piece-wise functions, rational functions, radical functions, exponential/logarithmic functions, and systems of equations. Prerequisite: Minimum ALEKS scores of 46% or MAT 073 with a C- or better | Loading... |

MAT129 | Precalculus | 5 | The central theme of this course is the concept of a function and its graph. Topics include: functions (linear, radical, exponential, logarithmic, polynomial, piecewise and trigonometric) and their graphs, and basic trigonometry. Prerequisite: Minimum ALEKS scores of 61% or MAT 130 with a C- or better | Loading... |

MAT130 | Trigonometry | 3 | The central themes of this course include: circular functions and their inverses, trigonometric identities, trigonometric equations, solving triangles and graphing. Prerequisite: Pre-requisite: Minimum ALEKS scores of 46% or MAT 121 with a C- or better. | Loading... |

MAT141 | Finite Math | 4 | A general education course in practical mathematics for those students not majoring in mathematics or science. This course will include such topics as set operations and applications, methods of counting, probability, systems of linear equations, matrices, geometric linear programming and an introduction to Markov chains. Prerequisite: Minimum ALEKS score of 30% or MAT 063 with a C- or higher. | Loading... |

MAT148 | Linear Algebra w/Applications | 4 | A study of the use and application of matrices in the solution of systems of linear equations, determinants, vector spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, bases and projections. Linear algebra is a core course in many engineering, physics, mathematics and computer science programs. This course makes heavy use of computing technology. Graphing calculators required. Prerequisite: MAT 211 or equivalent with a C- or better. | Loading... |

MAT157 | Statistics | 4 | Tabular and graphical presentation, measures of central tendency and variability, standard elementary procedures involving the binomial, normal, student's T, chi-square and F distributions, correlation, regression, analysis of variance and several nonparametric procedures. Prerequisite: Minimum ALEKS score of 30% or MAT 064 with a C- or higher. | Loading... |

MAT160 | Statistical Business Appl. | 2 | This is the second course in the statistics sequence. Course content includes application and interpretation of probability and statistics as applied to business situations by using sampling, confidence intervals, control charges, simple linear regression analysis, multiple regression analysis, correlation analysis, data analysis, time series analysis, hypothesis testing and computer analysis. Prerequisite: MAT 157 with a grade of C- or better. | Loading... |

MAT162 | Prin. of Business Statistics | 4 | Introduces statistics, primarily for business majors. Investigates methods of collection, organization, presentation, analysis and interpretation of quantitative data as tools in effective business decision-making. Computer applications are used to assist in visualizing and analyzing data. Covers descriptive statistics, probability, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing for one and two samples, regression, correlation and chi-square. Prerequisite: Minimum ALEKS scores of 46% or MAT 073 with a C- or better. | Loading... |

MAT164 | Calculus for Busn/Social Sci | 4 | Functions, graphs, differential calculus, integral calculus, introduction to max-min theory for functions of two variables. Emphasis on application of calculus to business problems. Not a substitute for MAT 211 and MAT 217. Prerequisite: Minimum ALEKS scores of 61% or MAT 121 with a C- or better. | Loading... |

MAT211 | Calculus I | 5 | Introduction to limits, continuity, differentiation, applications of the derivative, the definite and indefinite integral, numerical integration, exponential and logarithmic functions, other transcendental functions and introduction to differential equations. Prerequisite: Minimum ALEKS scores of 76% or MAT 121 and MAT 130 both with a grade of C- or higher or MAT 129 with a grade of C- or higher. | Loading... |

MAT217 | Calculus II | 5 | Continuation of Calculus I. Topics include applications of integration, integration techniques, L'Hopital's rule, improper integrals, infinite sequences, series, Taylor and Maclaurin series, the calculus of plane curves, parametric equations and polar equations. Prerequisite: MAT 211 with a C- or better. | Loading... |

MAT219 | Calculus III | 4 | Continuation of Calculus II. Topics include vectors and vector-valued functions, tangent and normal vectors, arc length and curvature, vector fields, line and surface integrals, Green's theorem, the divergence theorem and Stokes's theorem, multivariable functions, partial derivatives, directional derivatives and gradients, optimization of multivariable functions. Prerequisite: MAT 217 or equivalent with a grade of C- or higher. | Loading... |

MAT227 | Diff Equations with Laplace | 4 | Ordinary differential equations, systems of ordinary differential equations, Laplace transforms, numerical methods and applications. Prerequisite: MAT 217 with a grade of C- or better. | Loading... |

MAT772 | Applied Math | 3 | A course in elementary mathematical skills for technicians. Topics covered include fundamental operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals and signed numbers; percents; geometric figures and basic constructions; area and volume formulas; English/Metric systems; measurements; and the interpretation of graphs and charts. | Loading... |

MAT773 | Applied Math II | 3 | A course in algebra and trigonometry for technicians. Topics covered include polynomials, equations, systems of linear equations, factoring, quadratic equations, trigonometry, powers, roots and logarithms. Prerequisite: Minimum ALEKS scores of 30% or MAT 063 with a C- or higher | Loading... |

MAT900 | Field Studies in Actuarial Sc | 4 | This course is designed to give the student the opportunity to study the mathematical foundational concepts of life, property and casualty, and health insurance as well as how actuarial science is applied with the insurance industry outside the typical classroom setting. Students will learn foundational mathematical concepts and apply their learning to real world problems within the industry. Prerequisite: Instructor permission. | Loading... |

MAT926 | Honors Seminar | 2 | Discussion seminar, topics will include a range of subjects determined by students' interest. | Loading... |