Mathematics (MTH)

MTH 094      MATH LAB I      Credit: 1.5

Arithmetic of signed numbers, arithmetic of fractions, solving linear equations, and solving linear inequalities.
Prerequisites: Math placement exam.

MTH 095      MATH LAB II      Credit: 1.5

Math models, graphing linear equations, graphing linear inequalities, and systems of linear equations.
Prerequisites: Math placement exam or MTH 094.

MTH 096      MATH LAB III      Credit: 1.5

Polynomials, factoring, and simplifying rational expressions.
Prerequisites: Math placement exam or MTH 095.

MTH 097      MATH LAB IV      Credit: 1.5

Rational expressions, rational equations, roots, radicals, and quadratic equations.
Prerequisites: Math placement exam or MTH 096.

MTH 110      MATH FOR LIFE      Credits: 3

A general education course designed to give the student mathematical skills and techniques that can be used to solve real problems. The areas covered are algebra, geometry, probability, problem-solving, descriptive statistics, and graphing. The student will apply technology to solve problems.
Prerequisites: Math placement exam or MTH 097.

MTH 123      COLLEGE ALGEBRA      Credits: 3

This course deals with the following algebraic principles: equations and inequalities, polynomial functions, rational functions, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, systems of equations and inequalities, and an introduction to sequences and series.
Prerequisites: Math placement exam or MTH 097.

MTH 124      PRE-CALCULUS      Credits: 3

An introduction to the fundamental aspects of algebra and trigonometry. Topics include trigonometric functions, proving identities, law of sines and cosines, vectors, conic sections, permutations and combinations, and an introduction to probabilities.
Prerequisites: Math placement exam or MTH 123 with a D or higher.

MTH 133      MATH FOR TEACHERS I      Credits: 3

A problem-solving approach to counting numbers, rational, irrational, real number, and integers through the use of concrete materials. This course is intended for preservice elementary teachers.
Prerequisites: Math placement exam or MTH 097.

MTH 134      MATH FOR TEACHERS II      Credits: 3

A problem-solving approach to the study of geometry, measurements, metric system, transformations, congruence's, similarities, ratio, proportion, and percents. This course is intended for preservice elementary teachers.
Prerequisites: Math placement exam or MTH 097.

MTH 211      CALCULUS I      Credits: 4

A study of differential calculus, limit theory, and development of the integral.
Prerequisites: Math placement exam or MTH 124 with a C or higher.

MTH 212      CALCULUS II      Credits: 4

A continuation of MTH 211 with development of integral calculus, series, partial differentiation and multiple integrals.
Prerequisites: MTH 211 with a C or higher.

MTH 213      MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS      Credits: 3

This course is designed to take the concepts that students have already learned in Calculus I and II and expand these into three dimensions. Topics explored will include three dimensional graphing, Partial Derivatives, Exrema of functions with 2 independent variables, double and triple integrals. All topics include applications in Engineering, physics and other discipline areas. A graphing calculator is required and will be used for 3 dimensional graphing and modeling data.
Prerequisites: MTH 212 with a C or higher.

MTH 231      RESEARCH & STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES      Credits: 3

An overview of research and statistical techniques: experimental design, sampling, data gathering, central tendency, differences between groups, analysis of variance, chi-square and proportions, non-parametric test, regression, correlation, special applications to problems in the natural and social sciences and business.
Prerequisites: MTH 110 or MTH 123 with a D or higher.

MTH 231H      RESEARCH & STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES - HONORS      Credits: 3

This Honors course is an overview of research and statistical techniques: experimental design, sampling, data gathering, central tendency, differences between groups, analysis of variance, chi-square and proportions, non-parametric test, regression, correlation, special applications to problems in the natural and social sciences and business.
Prerequisites: MTH 110 or MTH 123 with a D or higher; Non-Honors students - Approval of instructor(s) and Honors Program director.

MTH 341      LINEAR ALGEBRA      Credits: 2

A study of matrices, linear systems and vectors with applications to mathematics, science, and modeling.
Prerequisites: MTH 212 with a C or higher.

MTH 342      LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS      Credits: 3

This course is designed to introduce students to introductory topics of linear algebra. Topics explored will include linear systems, linear transformations, orthonormal bases, the Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization process, least squares curve fitting procedures, eigenvalues, eigenvectors and differential equations. A graphing calculator is required and will be used to perform matrix operations and create mathematical models from data.
Prerequisites: MTH 212 with a C or higher.

MTH 361      ABSTRACT ALGEBRA      Credits: 2

An investigation of the properties of groups, rings, integral domains, and fields. An emphasis on proof and structure will be taken.
Prerequisites: MTH 212 with a C or higher.

MTH 371      NUMBER THEORY      Credits: 2

A study of prime numbers, divisibility, modular systems, and remainder theorems. The course will emphasize proof and mathematical structures.
Prerequisites: MTH 212 with a C or higher.

MTH 401      ANALYSIS      Credits: 2

A study of metric spaces and the properties of the real number system.
Prerequisites: MTH 361 with a C or higher.

MTH 411      ADVANCED GEOMETRY      Credits: 2

A study of Euclidean geometry (plane and solid) and non-Euclidean geometries.
Prerequisites: MTH 212 with a C or higher.