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Prerequisite: Departmental Approval. A course to remediate and review basic academic skills in mathematics, including number concepts, computation, elementary algebra, geometry and mathematical reasoning. Credit earned for this course does not count toward any degree offered by the university.
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This preparatory course for college algebra includes linear equations and inequalities, rational expressions, exponents and radicals, quadratics and word problems. This course is designed for students who've graduated from high school with no more than the minimum mathematics requirements or for students who've been away from mathematics for years. A course covering linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, functions and their graphs, logarithms, systems of equations, and applications of mathematics. A course covering linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, word problems, functions, logarithms, systems of equations and other college algebra topics as time permits.
MATH A study of the uses of mathematics in society today.
Emphasis is on concepts rather than technical details. May not be used as a prerequisite for any other mathematics course. A course covering trigonometric functions, right triangles, radian measure, graphs of trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities, including multiple and half-angle identities, inverse trigonometric functions, trigonometric equations, oblique triangles, and complex numbers. Topics from college algebra and finite mathematics which apply to business and economics including applications of equations and inequalities, simple and compound interest and annuities.
Topics from finite mathematics and elementary differential calculus which apply to business and economics. Logical deductive reasoning, number theory, a rational development of the real numbers with the associated number structures and algorithms for the fundamental operations, including historical, philosophical and cultural significance. Geometric measuring. Euclidean Geometry, and topics associated with informal geometry, including historical, philosophical, and cultural significance.
This course is designed to serve the needs of students in the life sciences. Topics will include: graphs, derivatives, exponents and logarithms, scientific notation, sequences, summation, and applications.
This course is an algebra-based introduction to descriptive statistics, random sampling, design of experiments, probability and the Central Limit Theorem. Inferential statistics topics include the foundational concepts for confidence intervals and hypothesis testing for simple experiments. Topics in this course will include: trigonometric functions, probability, integral calculus, differential equations, and applications.
This course is a study of discrete mathematical structures that are commonly encountered in computing hardware and software. A survey of functions, trigonometry and analytic geometry to prepare students for calculus. This is the first course in differential and integral calculus which stresses limits as well as the applications of calculus to the problems of science. A continuation of differential and integral calculus including methods of integration, sequences and series, and introduction to partial derivatives.
Integral Calculus with Multivariables and Series.
This course is a continuation of differential and integral calculus. Select topics from Calculus II and Calculus III are covered including methods of integration, sequences and series, and introduction to partial derivatives.
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Basic probability models, generating functions and conditional probability, also discrete and continuous, univariate and bivariate distributions of random variables. Concepts of estimation, tests of hypothesis and statistical inference. This calculus-based statistics course covers basic descriptive statistics, concept of probability, binomial and normal probability distributions, sampling distributions, concepts of estimation and hypothesis testing, confidence Intervals, t-test, chi-square tests, simple linear regression, and one-factor analysis of variance.
Restricted to Mathematics majors seeking teacher certification. Modern geometry with an emphasis on the triangle, circle, plane and Euclidian geometry, an historical aspects will be integrated into the course. May not be applied toward a minor in mathematics. A course covering solutions to the more common types of ordinary differential equations, especially those of first and second order, with emphasis on geometrical and physical interpretations. Algebraic construction of the natural numbers.
Covers the basic vocabulary and proof techniques of abstract algebra, and the structural properties of the natural numbers, integers, rational, real and complex number systems. An introduction to the theory of sets, relations, functions, countable and uncountable sets, and other selected topics.
Algebraic structure and topological properties of Euclidean Space, and an introduction to metric spaces. This course provides a broad overview of deterministic operations research techniques. Linear programming will be covered including the simplex method, duality and sensitivity analysis.
Further selected topics are from integer programming, dynamic programming, scheduling models, game theory, and associated topics. A course covering sequences and series, vectors, functions of several variables, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, line and surface integrals, and applications.
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A course covering statics, using a vector approach to mechanics. The course is designed to satisfy the requirements of engineering Colleges. This course cannot be used to satisfy the requirements of Engineering degrees. This course covers linear algebra, matrix theory, and computational aspects of both. Topics include a variety of methods for solving systems and related properties.
Emphasis is placed on topics useful in civil engineering, applied mathematics, and other disciplines, serving as a preparatory course for the finite element method. An introductory course in linear algebra covering vector spaces, linear transformation, matrices, systems of linear equations, and inner product spaces. A course covering the introduction to the theory of real functions. Topics include limits, continuity and derivatives and associated topics.
This course focuses on basic numerical methods in mathematics to the solution of functional problems in fields such as engineering and applied sciences. A continuation of discrete Mathematics I. Algebraic reasoning and probability with selected topics from quantitative reasoning, measurement, statistics, and geometry are integrated with middle school pedagogical practices such as inquiry learning and use of technology. Appropriate correlated lessons, writing components, and culturally responsive teaching are incorporated.
Capstone Mathematics for Middle School Teachers. A rigorous, integrated, analytical perspective of mathematical topics; quantitative reasoning, geometry and measurement, probability and statistics, number theory and algebraic reasoning. May not be applied towards a mathematics minor. Must be taken before student teaching.
Capstone Mathematics for Secondary Teachers of Mathematics. Basic concepts underlying algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus taught from an advanced standpoint, including historical, philosophical, and cultural significance.
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A course covering sample spaces, probability of events, binomial and multinomial distributions, random variables, normal approximations, statistical inference, and applications. Advanced solution methods for differential equations; partial differential equations; series approximations, Fourier series; boundary value problems typical of scientific applications. A course covering elementary set theory, structures, functions, and concepts of modern algebra. A survey of the development of major mathematical topics, including geometry, algebra, calculus, and advanced mathematics.
Philosophical and cultural aspects will be integrated with the structure, theorems, and applications of mathematics. Topics include integration, series and sequences of functions and associated topics. Topics include introductory treatment of convergence, continuity, compactness, connectedness and fixed points in topological spaces with special emphasis on metric spaces.
Selected topics including Laplace transforms, complex variables, advanced calculus for applications, calculus of variations, integral equations, intermediate differential equations, vector analysis, etc. May be repeated once for credit with a different topic. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
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This research-based course introduces students to computational topology and topological data analysis. In addition to studying existing data studies from the recent scientific literature, students will also analyze a data set they have personally chosen. Students will present their progress and results both orally and in writing.