Mathematics

MTH20 4 credits
Prealgebra
Topics include a review of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals, a complete development of percent, ratio/proportion, exponents, order of operations, integers, the use of variables, and simple equation solving. Course is graded on a pass/no pass basis. Course does not transfer.
Prerequisites: Designated math placement test score; RD30 (may be taken concurrently). A scientific calculator is required. 
MTH20ACC 4 credits
Prealgebra
Reinforces skills in whole number, fractions, and decimals while introducing computation with rational numbers, exponents, order of operation, and the use of variables, expressions, formulas, and equations. Ratio and proportions, percent, and topics in measurement are also studied. Working with real data, formulas, and applications will be stressed. This course is open to students who place into either SK8 or MTH20. It is a oneterm experience for these two courses, meeting the outcomes for MTH20 while providing support for motivated students who are place at the SK8 level. It is designed to increase confidence and desire to continue the study of math. Course is graded on a pass/no pass basis. Course does not transfer.
Prerequisites: Designated math placement test score; RD30 (may be taken concurrently). 
MTH60 4 credits
Fundamentals of Algebra I
Beginning algebra introduces the study and application of real numbers, operations with real numbers, exponents, order of operations with linear expressions, mathematical modeling, solving linear equations, solving inequalities, methods of problem solving, rates, slope, graphs of lines, equations of lines, functions, and systems of linear equations. Working with real data, formulas, and applications will be stressed. Course is graded on a pass/no pass basis. Course does not transfer.
Prerequisites: MTH20 and RD30 or designated placement test scores. A scientific calculator is required. There is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH63 4 credits
Applied Technical Math
Introduces the study of algebra in an applied workrelated context. Course topics include operations with real numbers measurement, ratios proportions, percents, unit analysis, order of operations, solving equations, manipulating formulas, Pythagorean theorem, trigonometry, area, perimeter, surface area and volume. Course is graded on a pass/no pass basis. Course does not transfer.
Prerequisites: MTH20 and RD30 or designated placement test scores. A scientific calculator is required, and there is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH65 4 credits
Fundamentals of Algebra II
Includes the study and application of exponents, polynomial operations, factoring polynomial expressions, solving polynomial equations, rational expression operations, and solving rational equations. Course is graded A through F. Course does not transfer.
Prerequisites: MTH60 and RD30 or designated placement test scores. A scientific calculator is acceptable, but a graphing calculator is recommended. There is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH65R 1 credit
Fundamentals of Algebra II Recitation
Designed for students needing additional help with MTH65. Course is optional. Graded on a pass/no pass basis. Course does not transfer.
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in MTH65. A scientific calculator is required. 
MTH93 4 credits
Intermediate Algebra, Part I
Designed for students who need a slower pace for MTH95. Topics include the study and application of compound inequalities, rational exponents, simplifying radical expressions, solving radical equations, solving quadratic equations, and graphing quadratic functions. Course is graded A through F. Satisfactory completion of both MTH93 and MTH94 is equivalent to MTH95. Course does not transfer.
Prerequisite: MTH65 and RD30 or designated placement test scores. A graphing calculator is required (instructor will be using the TI83 or TI84 graphing calculator in class). There is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH94 4 credits
Intermediate Algebra, Part II
Designed for students who need a slower pace for MTH95. Topics include the study and application of graphing quadratic functions, relating exponential and logarithmic functions, solving exponential and logarithmic functions. Course is graded A through F. Satisfactory completion of both MTH93 and MTH94 is equivalent to MTH95. Course does not transfer.
Prerequisite: MTH93 and RD30 or designated placement test scores. A graphing calculator is required (instructor will be using the TI83 or TI84 graphing calculator in class). There is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH95 4 credits
Intermediate Algebra
Topics include the study and application of compound inequalities, rational exponents, simplifying radical expressions, solving radical equations, solving quadratic equations, graphing quadratic functions, relating exponential and logarithmic functions, and solving exponential and logarithmic functions. Course is graded A through F. Course does not transfer.
Prerequisites: MTH65 and RD30 or designated placement test scores. A graphing calculator is required (instructor will be using the TI83 or TI84 graphing calculator in class) and there is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH95R 1 credit
Intermediate Algebra Recitation
Designed for students needing additional help with MTH95. Course is optional. Includes review of MTH65 material, using a graphing calculator, and focuses on topics and concepts of particular difficulty presented in MTH95. Graded on a pass/no pass basis. Course does not transfer.
Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in MTH95. A graphing calculator is required (instructor will be using the TI83 or TI84 graphing calculator in class). 
MTH105 4 credits
Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics
Designed for liberal arts students. Includes the study and application of logic and reasoning, problem solving, set theory, geometry, probability, statistics, and math of finance. May also include number theory, systems of equations and inequalities, matrices and determinants, counting theory, and numeration systems.
Prerequisite: MTH95. A scientific or graphing calculator is required (instructor will be using the TI83 or TI84 graphing calculator in class). There is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH111 4 credits
College Algebra
Topics include linear functions and models, quadratic functions and models, graphing polynomials, rational and inverse functions, systems of equations, zeros of polynomials, exponential and logarithmic functions, and conic sections. Course is graded A through F.
Prerequisites: MTH95 and RD30 or designated placement test scores. A graphing calculator is required (instructor will be using the TI83 or TI84 graphing calculator in class). There is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH111R 1 credit
College Algebra Recitation
This is an optional course that can be taken concurrently with MTH111. Provides additional help with MTH111 concepts. Reviews MTH95 material and using the graphing calculator, and covers the topics and concepts of particular difficulty presented in MTH111.
Prerequisites: MTH95 or designated placement test score and concurrent enrollment in MTH111. 
MTH112 4 credits
Elementary Functions
Includes right triangle trigonometry, trigonometry of the unit circle, solving trigonometric equations, identities, the law of sines and cosines, vectors, parametric and polar equations. Course is graded A through F.
Prerequisites: MTH95 and RD30 or designated placement test scores. A graphing calculator is required (instructor will be using the TI83 or TI84 graphing calculator in class). There is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH112R 1 credit
Elementary Functions Recitation
This is an optional course that can be taken concurrently with MTH112. Provides additional help with MTH112 concepts. Reviews MTH95 material and using the graphing calculator, and covers the topics and concepts of particular difficulty presented in MTH112. Graded on a pass/no pass basis.
Prerequisites: MTH95 or designated placement test score and concurrent enrollment in MTH112. 
MTH199 14 credits
Special Studies in Mathematics
Presents special topics of study in mathematics through workshop, seminar, research, and/or independent study formats. Content varies according to department needs and student demand.

MTH211 5 credits
Fundamentals of Elementary Math I w/Lab
Designed for students studying to be elementary/middle school teachers and is focused on creating a deep understanding and positive attitude toward mathematics. Topics include problem solving, set theory, number systems, whole number operations, mental math, and number theory. Course is graded A through F.
Prerequisites: MTH95 or designated placement test score. A scientific calculator is required. 
MTH212 5 credits
Fundamentals of Elementary Math II w/Lab
Designed for students studying to be elementary/middle school teachers and is focused on creating a deep understanding and positive attitude toward mathematics. Topics include fraction operations, decimal operations, ratios, proportions, percents, integer operations, statistics and probability. Course is graded A through F.
Prerequisites: MTH95 or designated placement test score and MTH211. A scientific calculator is required. 
MTH213 5 credits
Fundamentals of Elementary Math III w/Lab
Designed for students studying to be elementary/middle school teachers and is focused on creating a deep understanding and positive attitude toward mathematics. Topics include two and threedimensional shapes, measurement, volume, surface area, congruence, similarity, coordinate geometry, and transformational geometry. Course is graded A through F.
Prerequisites: MTH95 or designated placement test score. A scientific calculator is required. 
MTH243 4 credits
Probability and Statistics w/Lab
Descriptive statistics covering the nature and presentation of data, measures of central tendency, probability and probability distributions (normal and binomial), confidence intervals, sample sizes, and hypothesis testing. Course is graded A through F.
Prerequisites: MTH95 and RD30 or designated placement test scores; a graphing calculator is required (instructor will be using the TI83 or TI84 graphing calculator in class). There is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH244 4 credits
Inferential Statistics
Builds on the basic knowledge and skills learned in MTH243 and utilizes spreadsheet skills gained in CS125ss. Students will use Excel extensively to solve statistical problem. Emphasis is on the understanding and application of hypothesis testing, analysis of variance (ANOVA), correlation and regression, and Chisquare techniques. Designed to provide students with analytical skills they will need in upper division business courses including accounting, finance, operations management and applied research. Course is graded A through F. Dual numbered as BA282.
Prerequisites: BA131, MTH243, and RD30; CS125ss recommended. 
MTH251 5 credits
Calculus I (Differential) w/Lab
Topics include limits, the derivative, and applications. Course is graded A through F.
Prerequisites: MTH111 and MTH112 or designated placement test scores. A computer lab is required. A graphing calculator is also required (the TI83, TI84, TI89 or TI92 graphing calculators are recommended) There is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH252 5 credits
Calculus II (Integral) w/Lab
Topics include techniques of integration and applications and transcendental functions. Course is graded A through F.
Prerequisites: MTH251 or consent of instructor. A computer lab is required. A graphing calculator is also required (the TI83, TI84, TI89 or TI92 graphing calculators are recommended). There is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH253 5 credits
Calculus III w/Lab
Topics include infinite series, polar coordinates, conics, parametric equations, and introduction to vectors. Course is graded A through F.
Prerequisites: MTH252 or consent of instructor. A computer lab is required. A graphing calculator is also required (the TI83, TI84, TI89 or TI92 graphing calculators are recommended). There is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH254 5 credits
Vector Calculus w/Lab
Topics include integration and differentiation of multivariable functions and vector calculus. Course is graded A through F.
Prerequisites: MTH253 or consent of instructor. A computer lab is required. A graphing calculator is also required (the TI83, TI84, TI89 or TI92 graphing calculators are recommended). There is a significant online component in this class. 
MTH256 5 credits
Differential Equations w/Lab
First course in ordinary differential equations for science, mathematics, and engineering students. Includes first order differential equations, linear second order differential equations, and higher order linear differential equations, with applications. Additional topics include Laplace transforms, series solutions of linear differential equations, and systems of differential equations, with applications. A computer lab is required.
Prerequisite: MTH253 or instructor approval. A graphing calculator is also required (the TI83, TI84, TI89 or TI92 graphing calculators are recommended). 
MTH261 5 credits
Linear Algebra w/Lab
Topics include line vectors, ntuples, algebra of matrices, vector spaces, and linear transformations. Offered on demand only. Course is graded A through F.
Prerequisite: MTH252. A computer lab is required. A graphing calculator is also required (the TI83, TI84, TI89 or TI92 graphing calculators are recommended). 
MTH280 Variable credit
Cooperative Work Experience/Mathematics
Cooperative work experience is an educational program that enables students to receive academic credit for onthejob, experiential learning based on skills acquired in their programs. Together, the instructor, employer, and student establish learning objectives that specify the significant and appropriate learning which is expected to result from the work experience. This course offers a careerrelated experience for students working for an approved employer. As a capstone course, it should be completed within the last two terms of a certificate or degree program.