Department | Number | Title / Description | Credits |
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Mathematics | MA098 | Fundamentals of Mathematics Offers a review of basic mathematical
operations concentrating on fractions, decimals and percents. Emphasizes pre-algebra topics such as variable expressions, introduction to equations, and translating sentences into equations and covers application of these principles. | 3 |

Mathematics | MA099 | Math for College A conceptual approach to the math assumed as a prerequisite for college math and science courses. Stresses mastery of basic algebra skills with stress on equation solving, fractions, and application problems. | 3 |

Mathematics | MA101 | Math Explorations Introduces the structure and scope of mathematics. Discusses a variety of topics in mathematics to acquaint the student with what a mathematician is and does and exposes the student to different branches and tools of mathematics. | 3 |

Mathematics | MA109 | Finite Mathematics A problem-solving and mathematical literacy course that
helps students understand the power and usefulness of mathematics in various settings. Topics usually include functions, linear equations, linear systems, linear programming, sets, elementary probability, statistics, and financial mathematics. | 3 |

Mathematics | MA111 | College Algebra Studies basic college algebra, including solving equations and inequalities, solving systems of equations and inequalities, and working with linear, quadratic, and polynomial functions. | 3 |

Mathematics | MA118 | Introduction to Statistics An introduction to the basic methods of statistical inference, with applications to a variety of disciplines. Topics studied will include hypothesis testing (z and t tests), confidence intervals, regression and correlation, and chisquare tests of independence. Note: Not for credit if credit is received for a higher level statistics course. | 3 |

Mathematics | MA122 | Trigonometry Studies the trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, including the application of trigonometry to triangles, and the application of algebra to trigonometry, such as solving equations and verifying identities. Also includes a beginning look at vectors and polar coordinates. | 3 |

Mathematics | MA151 | Calculus I Studies calculus of one variable covering limits, differential calculus, integral calculus, applications, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. | 4 |

Mathematics | MA152 | Calculus II Second course in calculus of one variable; transcendental functions, techniques of integration, improper integrals, polar coordinates, infinite series, and Taylor series. | 4 |

Mathematics | MA171 | Introduction to Discrete Mathematics Covers propositional and predicate
calculus, techniques of proof (including direct, indirect and inductive), sets, functions, combinatorics, relations, recurrence equations, graphs and trees. | 3 |

Mathematics | MA199/299/399/499 | Topics in Math Study of a topic in mathematics of mutual
interest to students and instructor. Topics in the recent past have included discrete dynamical systems, cryptography, real variables, numerical methods and optimization. | varies |

Mathematics | MA201 | Linear Algebra Examines sets, systems of linear equations, matrices, vector spaces, subspaces, linear operators and their representations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and inner product spaces. | 4 |

Mathematics | MA211 | Calculus III Covers cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems, vectors in Euclidean space, multidimensional functions, partial differentiation, multiple integration, and line integrals. | 3 |

Mathematics | MA212 | Differential Equations Covers techniques and theory of ordinary differential equations, first order techniques, linear differential equations, series solutions, systems of differential equations, and Laplace Transforms. | 3 |

Mathematics | MA252 | Probability and Statistics A calculus-based introduction to probability and statistics. Topics studied will include basic probability, random variables, probability distribution and density functions, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, regression and correlation, and chi-square tests of independence. Students will study both the application
and the underlying mathematical structure for these topics. | 3 |

Mathematics | MA281 | Topics in Geometry Includes topics from among classic plane geometry, non-
Euclidean geometry, transformation geometry, and projective geometry. Applies linear perspective in art, symmetries of wallpaper design, cartography, and others of student interest. The format is participatory, with a final paper or project expected. | 3 |

Mathematics | MA331 | Topics in Modern Algebra Introduces algebraic systems, number theory,isomorphism, homomorphism, groups and rings. | 4 |

Mathematics | MA411 | Real Analysis Provides the theoretical underpinnings of calculus and the advanced study of functions. Emphasis is on the precise definitions and rigorous proof. Topics may include the real numbers and completeness, continuity and differentiability, the Riemann integral, the fundamental theorem of calculus, inverse function and implicit function theorems, and limits and convergence. | 3 |

Mathematics | MA421 | Modern Algebra I Introduces algebraic systems, number systems, number theory, isomorphism, homomorphism, groups, and rings. A final project is to be completed and presented. | 4 |