An in-depth study of algebraic equations and inequalities. Comprehension of the underlying algebraic structure will be stressed as well as appropriate algebraic skills. The study will include polynomials, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions as well as systems of equations/inequalities. This course is one of the means to satisfy the the LAS and Compass Curriculum Qualitative and Quantitative Reasoning requirements. Prer., MATH 99 with a grade of "C" or better, or pass the Math Placement Test for MATH 1040. *** See Mathematics Department prerequisite policy. *** GT-MA1.

- 3 Credits

An intensive study of the elementary functions required for calculus. These functions will include polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. Emphasis is on their algebraic structure and graphs. Analysis of conic sections and analytic geometry will be included. GT-MA1. Prer., MATH 1040 with a grade of “C” or better, or pass the Math Placement Test for MATH 1050. **see Mathematics Department prerequisite policy. ***

- 4 Credits

For business and economics students. Systems of linear equations, matrix algebra, linear programming, probability, statistics. Prer., MATH 1040 or score 17 or more on algebra diagnostic exam. **see Mathematics Department prerequisite policy**

- 3 Credits

Calculus for business and economics students. Prer., MATH 1040 with a grade of “C” or better, or pass the Math Placement Test for MATH 1120. **see Mathematics Department prerequisite policy**

- 3 Credits

Helps students develop quantitative and qualitative reasoning skills by applying inductive and deductive reasoning, mathematics, and statistics to real world data.

- 3 Credits

See MATH 1350 for calculus topics covered. Algebraic and elementary function topics are covered throughout, as needed. MATH 1310 and 1320 together are equivalent to MATH 1350. The sequence MATH 1310 - 1320 is designed for students whose manipulative skills in the techniques of high school algebra and precalculus may be inadequate for MATH 1350. Credit not granted for both this course and MATH 1350. This course is one of the means to satisfy the the LAS and Compass Curriculum Qualitative and Quantitative Reasoning requirements. Prer., MATH 1050 with a grade of "C" or better, or pass the Math Placement Test for MATH 1350.

- 3 Credits

Continuation of MATH 1310. See MATH 1350 for calculus topics covered. Algebraic and trigonometric topics are studied throughout, as needed. Credit not granted for both this course and MATH 1350. Prer., MATH 1310, the equivalents of MATH 1040 (College Algebra) and MATH 1050 (Elementary Functions for Calculus) or score 20 or more on the Calculus Readiness exam. Most students with 4 years of high school mathematics (Algebra I or higher) will qualify.

- 3 Credits

A systematic introduction to calculus concepts useful in the life sciences, such as rates of change, limits, differentiation and integration, with emphasis on applications in the life sciences and the areas connected to modeling biological processes, such as differential equations and dynamical systems. Students may not take MATH 1330 and MATH 1350 and receive credit for both. Approved for Compass Curriculum requirement: Explore-Physical and Natural World. Prer., MATH 1050 with a grade of “C” or better, or pass the Math Placement Test for MATH 1350.

- 4 Credits

Selected topics in analytical geometry and calculus. Rates of change of functions, limits, derivatives of algebraic and transcendental functions, applications of derivatives, and integration. Approved for Compass Curriculum requirement: Explore-Physical and Natural World. Prer., MATH 1050 with a grade of “C” or better, or pass the Math Placement Test for MATH 1350. *** See Mathematics Department prerequisite policy. ***

- 4 Credits

Continuation of MATH 1350. Transcendental functions, techniques and applications of integration, Taylor’s theorem, improper integrals, infinite series, analytic geometry, polar coordinates. Prer., MATH 1320 or MATH 1350 with a grade of “C” or better.

- 4 Credits

This course is intended for students who enjoy solving mathematical problems. It aims to invite students to appreciate the joy of analytical thinking, ingenuity, and problem solving in general. Problems and topics chosen make the course accessible to freshmen. Prer., MATH 1350 or instructor consent.

- 3 Credits

Introduction to mathematical proofs. Topics include logic, set theory, number theory, induction, and recursion. Prer., MATH 1320 or MATH 1350 with a grade of "C" or better.

- 3 Credits

Continuation of MATH 1360. Parametric curves, vector functions, partial differentiation, multiple integrals, Green’s Theorem and Stoke’s Theorem. Prer., MATH 1360 with a grade of “C” or better.

- 4 Credits

An introduction to the use of computers in mathematics using the Matlab computer algebra system. Representation of equations and functions using arrays. Visualization of data and functions. Matlab programs, including general program organization, subprograms, files, and built-in mathematical functions. Prer., MATH 2350.

- 1 Credits

Study of the elementary statistical measures. Introduction to probability, statistical distributions, statistical inference and hypothesis testing. Prer., MATH 1040 or equivalent.

- 3 Credits