MATH 251 - Calculus of Transcendental Functions4 hours Trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Limits, differentiation with applications, and integration. Conic sections.
MATH 250 - Introduction to Calculus4 hours Functions and their graphs, limits, differentiation with applications, basic integration, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. This course covers polynomial and rational functions only.
MATH 245 - Introduction to Proof Techniques3 hours An introduction to the tools needed for higher mathematics. Topics include logic, set theory, relations, functions, basic proof techniques, and applications of proof techniques to selected areas of mathematics.
MATH 240 - Discrete Structures3 hours An introduction to the mathematics needed in computer science. Logic, digital logic circuits, number systems, proofs, sequences, induction, recursion, counting, and graphs and trees.
MATH 230 - Linear Algebra4 hours A study of systems of linear equations, linear independence, matrices, linear transformations, determinants, vector spaces and applications of these topics. These concepts are increasingly being used in applications of mathematics to the natural and social sciences.
MATH 211 - Principles of Statistics3 hours Design of experiments, numerical and graphical data description, discrete and continuous probability, expected value and variance of a random variable, probability distributions, estimation, and statistical hypothesis testing.
MATH 175 - Mathematical Concepts in Clinical Science3 hours A survey of mathematical concepts in clinical science including the use of proportions in unit conversions and dosage calculations, acid-base balance, pharmacokinetics and diagnostic tests.
MATH 170 - Introduction to Finite Mathematics3 hours An elementary treatment of sets, combinatorics, probability, matrices, systems of linear equations, linear programming, and related topics. Recommended particularly for those majoring in computer science, business, or the social sciences.
MATH 160 - Mathematics for the Elementary Teacher3 hours An introduction to numeration systems, sets, logic, relations, number systems, and geometry.Prerequisite(s): Placement through examination or MATH 120 . Students who register for this course are expected to have completed a course in geometry at the high school level. Open only to students seeking certification in elementary education.This course will satisfy the mathematics foundation requirement.
MATH 150 - Contemporary Mathematics3 hours The study of contemporary mathematical thinking, for the non-specialist, in order to develop the capacity to engage in logical thinking and to read critically the technical information with which our contemporary society abounds.