Pre-Intermediate Algebra - A course to teach the basic ideas in theory and
application of several areas of mathematics. The student will be prepared to
complete Intermediate Algebra. Course covers real numbers, simple algebraic
expressions, linear equations in one variable and consumer multiplication. This
course does not count as a degree requirement.
MATH 0123 Intermediate Algebra - A course designed to meet the curriculum
deficiency for beginning freshmen or transfer students. The course includes
elementary algebra to give the student an adequate mathematical background. This
course does not count as degree a requirement.
MATH 1313 Statistics - Designed to introduce the non mathematics student to the
techniques of experimental statistics, to furnish the background necessary to
conduct research, and to read and evaluate associated literature. Will not
satisfy general education requirements.
MATH 1403 Contemporary Mathematics - Offers an overview of traditional algebraic
topics using an applied format. An alternative to College Algebra, Contemporary
Mathematics will satisfy the general education mathematics requirement. Students
planning to take courses that have MATH 1513 College Algebra as a prerequisite
SHOULD NOT TAKE CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS since it WILL NOT SATISFY ANY
COLLEGE ALGEBRA PREREQUISITES.
MATH 1513 College Algebra - Designed to provide techniques and concepts
necessary to study applications in various fields. Course fulfills general
education requirement. Pre: Curricular requirements from high school.
MATH 1613 Trigonometry - Trigonometric functions, identities, equations, radian
measure and applications, solution of triangles. Pre: MATH 1513 or permission of
the mathematics department.
MATH 1715 Precalculus - This course covers various topics in algebra and trigonometry and is suitable for students preparing for Calculus. Algebra topics covered include: equations and functions (polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic), graphing and solving equations, systems of equations, and elementary sequences and series. Additional topics in trigonometry include: trigonometric functions and inverses, graphs of trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities, law of sines, law of cosines, trigonometric form of complex numbers, and applications. Pre: cirricular requirements from high school
MATH 2215 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I - Introduction to theory and
applications of elementary analytical geometry and calculus including theory of
limits, differentiation and integration. Pre: MATH 1613 or permission of the
MATH 2315 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II - A continuation and extension of
2215 including techniques of integration, infinite sequences and series, and
parametric and polar coordinates. Pre: MATH 2215 or permission of the
MATH 3013 Linear Algebra - Fundamental concepts of the algebra of matrices,
including the study of matrices, determinants, linear transformations, and
vector spaces. Pre: MATH 2315 and MATH 3513 or permission of the mathematics
MATH 3023 Theory of Numbers - Study of integers including
divisibility, primes, congruences, and number-theoretic functions. Pre: MATH
2315 and MATH 3513 or permission of the mathematics department.
MATH 3033 Theory of Probability and Statistics I - Probability as a mathematical
system with associated applications to statistical inference. Pre: MATH 2315 or
permission of the mathematics department.
MATH 3042 Mathematics Technology - This course will introduce students to
several types of mathematics technology. In particular, students will be
introduced to graphing calculators, computer software such as
Mathematica, Derive, Smart Notebook Math Tools, Microsoft Excel, and Equation Editor. The course is designed to help
students learn and understand mathematics with the aide of technology. The
technology will be used to help illustrate various applications of mathematics,
including solving equations, graphing equations, trigonometry, elementary
statistics, and calculus. Students will gain experience using technology to present mathematics topics as well as use technology to produce technical mathematics writing. Prerequisites: MATH 2215 Calculus I or permission of
MATH 3053 Discrete Mathematics - Theory and applications of discrete
mathematical models fundamental to the analysis of problems in computer
science. Set theory, formal logic and proof techniques, relations and
functions, combinatorics and probability, Boolean algebra, systems of equations
and linear programming. Pre: MATH 2215 and CMSC 2103.
MATH 3323 Multivariable Calculus - A continuation and extension of Calculus I
and II to Euclidean 3-space. Pre: MATH 2315 or permission of the mathematics
MATH 3353 Introduction to Modern Algebra - Fundamental concepts of the
structure of mathematical systems. Group, ring, and field theory. Pre: MATH 2315
and MATH 3513 or permission of the mathematics department.
MATH 3513 College Geometry - Advanced plane geometry with an introduction to non-Euclidean geometrical
concepts. Pre: MATH 2215 or permission of the mathematics
MATH 4033 Theory of Probability and Statistics II - Continuation and extension of MATH 3033. Pre: MATH 3033 or permission of the
MATH 4113 Advanced Calculus - The calculus function of
n and several variables; implicit functions, partial derivatives, Riemann
integrals, infinite series, special functions. Pre: MATH 2315 and MATH 3053.
MATH 4203 Differential Equations - Introduction to the
theory and applications of ordinary differential equations. Pre: MATH 2315 or
permission of the mathematics department.
MATH 4333 History of Mathematics - Historical
development of mathematics and the study of ancient methods in solving problems.
Pre: MATH 2215 or permission of the mathematics department.
MATH 4442 Teaching Secondary Mathematics - Problems and
methods of teaching mathematics. Pre: MATH 2315 or permission of the mathematics
MATH 4533 Mathematics Models and Applications - A study
of the foundations of model building. Applications of advanced mathematics.
Computer algorithms and practical evaluation of models. Pre: MATH 2315 or
permission of the department.
Mathematics Area of Concentration for
Elementary Teachers (These classes will NOT satisfy general education
requirements and will NOT count as electives for math majors)
MATH 2233 Structural Concepts in Arithmetic - A modern
introduction to the real number system and its subsystems.
MATH 3203 Structural Concepts in Mathematics - A modern
introduction to probability, statistics, geometry and other related topics. Pre:
MATH 2233 or permission of the mathematics department.
MATH 3223 Geometry for Elementary Teachers - Introduction to geometric concepts to provide a superior mathematical
background for elementary teachers. A generalization and extension of intuitive
Geometry studied in MATH 2233 and MATH 3203. Pre: MATH 3203 or permission of the