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MATH 1301   (3-3-0)   Math for the Liberal Arts

Designed to meet the general studies requirements for the B.A. and B.A.S. degrees. Sets, logic, number bases, elementary algebra, geometry, statistics and graphs, consumer math, and use of a scientific calculator.  

  • Offered: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer, Online.
  • Prerequisite: eMAT Advising Tool (Arithmetic Skills)

MATH 1303   (3-3-0)   College Algebra

Linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, roots of polynomials, functions and graphs, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations, sequences, series, and the binomial theorem. TI-83/84 Plus graphing calculator required.  

  • Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer, Online.
  • Prerequisite: eMAT Advising Tool (Basic Algebra) or MATH 1300.

MATH 1307   (3-3-0)   Finite Math for Business Analysis

Brief review of algebra, exponents and logarithms, mathematical models for finance, systems of linear equations and inequalities, linear programming, matrices, simplex method, and probability. TI-83/84 Plus graphing calculator required.  

  • Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer, Online in Summer.
  • Prerequisite: eMAT Advising Tool (Basic Algebra) or MATH 1300.

MATH 1308   (3-3-0)   Calculus for Business Analysis

Limits, differentiation, graphing, and integration with applications to business problems. TI-83/84 Plus graphing calculator required.  

  • Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer, Online.
  • Prerequisite: MATH 1303 or 1307.

MATH 2301   (3-3-0)   Elementary Probability and Statistics

Introductory course including elements of probability to support statistical theory. Topics include theoretical distributions, discrete and continuous variables, and tests of hypotheses. Suggested for majors in the social and behavioral sciences. TI-83/84 Plus graphing calculator required.  

  • Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer, Online.
  • Prerequisite: MATH 1301 or 1303 or 1307 or 1405.

MATH 3302   (3-3-0)   Discrete Mathematics

A study of the basic techniques and modes of reasoning of combinatorial problem solving. Sets, functions, and algorithms; counting methods and recurrence relations; graph theory; trees; network models; Boolean algebra and combinatorial circuits.  

  • Offered: Fall, Online.
  • Prerequisite: MATH 1303 or 1405.

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