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MAT 098  Elementary Algebra

First order linear equations, algebraic techniques including
manipulation of algebraic expressions, solution of linear equations
and inequalities, graphing of linear equations and applications.
This course, which carries 3 load credits, carries no academic
credit. The course does not satisfy the general education
requirement in mathematics/computer science.
MAT 100  Intermediate Mathematics
 Manipulating
and simplifying polynomials and rational expressions; algebraic
techniques including solution of first and second degree algebraic
equations and inequalities; solution of systems of equations and
inequalities; graphing of linear equations and applications;
exponential functions and logarithms. Three free elective credits
will be earned; the course does not satisfy the General Education
requirement in mathematics/computer science. Admission by successful completion of MAT 098 or
official placement.
MAT 110  Great Ideas in Mathematics

This
is a survey course designed to acquaint the student with
mathematical ideas not normally encountered at the precollege level.
The course conveys something about the nature of mathematics  its
methods, uses and roles in society  through an elementary treatment
of topics such as rubbersheet geometry, number theory, astronomy,
modular arithmetic or art.
Prerequisite: MAT 100 or appropriate test score.
MAT 118  Elementary Applied
Mathematics 
Fundamental
mathematical tools useful in the study of business and the social
sciences, including matrices and polynomial calculus. Not open to
students who have completed MAT 181 or MAT 135.
Prerequisite:
MAT 100 or appropriate test score.
MAT 120  Elementary Statistics

An
introduction to the practice of statistics that emphasizes
elementary data analysis and inference. Topics include correlation,
regression, probability models, estimations, hypothesis testing of
various parameters and analysis of variance. Examples will be
selected from many fields, such as anthropology, business, medicine,
psychology, the natural sciences, sociology and education. Students
will be expected to use appropriate computer software. (Not open to
students who have passed MAT 115.)
Prerequisite: MAT 100 or appropriate test score.
MAT 133  Precalculus 
The
functions needed for the study of calculus are presented from a
numerical, graphical and algebraic point of view. Polynomial,
exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions are included.
Graphics calculators are used throughout the course. Not open to
students who have passed any calculus course.
Prerequisite:
MAT
100 or appropriate test score.
MAT 181  Calculus I 
An
introduction to the two fundamental tools of calculus —
derivatives and integrals—from algebraic, graphical and databased
points of view. Calculus is presented as a problemsolving tool with
applications to the physical and social sciences. Graphing and
symbolicmanipulating calculator and computer tools are used
throughout the course.
Prerequisite: MAT 133 or equivalent.
MAT 182  Calculus II 
An
extension of the study begun in Calculus I with greater emphasis on
differentiation and integration skills and techniques. Topics
include methods of integration, approximating methods and an
introduction to differential equations. Graphing and
symbolicmanipulating calculator and computer tools are used
throughout the course.
Prerequisite: MAT 181.
MAT 281  Calculus III 
The
study of multivariable and vector calculus, including partial
derivatives, multiple integrals and applications. Emphasis on the
graphical, numerical and algebraic points of view as developed in
Calculus I and Calculus II will be continued.
Prerequisite:
MAT 182.
For placement information please contact the department
chair
Dr. Josephine Hamer. It is
sufficient to email a scan of your
SAT or ACT math scores or
proof that you have the necessary prerequisites. 