Introduction to mathematical topics pertinent to Computer Information Systems: number bases, computer coding, logic, set theory, Boolean algebra and logic gates.
NOTE: On the basis of placement tests in mathematics, students are assigned to math courses at an appropriate level. There are courses at the pre-college level, as well as a variety of transferable college courses. All courses numbered below 100 are pre-college courses.
MATH 121 - Computer Mathematics and Logic
MATH 123 - Mathematical Principles I
This course provides an introduction to the foundations of mathematics. Topics include: logic and sets, construction of, representation of, estimation of, algebraic, geometric, ordering and metric structures on natural numbers and whole numbers. This course is open to all students but designed primarily for future teachers. This course will be open to students who are in or have placed into ENGL 098 or higher.
MATH 133 - Mathematical Principles II
This course is a continuation of Mathematical Principles I. Topics include: construction of, representation of, algebraic, geometric, ordering and metric structures on rational and real numbers, approximation and estimation, elementary combinatorics, probability and statistics, notions of size, mensuration, geometric structures and symmetry.
MATH 123 with a grade of "C" or better
MATH 137 - Geometry for Design
Introduction to two- and three-dimensional geometry for students in visual design curricula. Traditional and computer-based geometrical construction; inductive and deductive reasoning; properties of triangles, polygons and circles; transformations and tessellations; area; the Pythagorean theorem; volume; similarity and the golden mean.
MATH 150 - Introductory Data Analysis
Introduction to statistical thinking. Visual presentation of data, summarizing of data, probability, sampling and simulation. Evaluation of inferences drawn from a variety of statistical material and generation of reports summarizing and communicating statistical results. Students whose curriculum requires ECON 112/114 may not substitute MATH 150.
MATH 151 - Linear Mathematics
Cartesian coordinates, linear equations in two variables, graphing lines, systems of linear equations and inequalities, Gauss-Jordan elimination, matrices, matrix addition and multiplication, matrix inversion, geometric solution of linear programming problems, the Simplex method, duality.
MATH 161 - Precalculus I
Functions and relations and their graphs, transformations and symmetries; composition of functions; one-to-one functions and their inverses; polynomial functions; complex numbers; rational functions; conic sections.
MATH 162 - Precalculus II
Exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, identities, inverse trigonometric functions, law of sines, law of cosines, trigonometric form of complex numbers, applications.
MATH 163 - Discrete Mathematics I
The study of discrete structures. Discussion centers on the following: set theory; functions and relations; counting and discrete probability; introduction to graphs and trees; elements of logic; introduction to proofs, proofs by induction, direct proofs and reduction ad absurdum; recursive equations; Boolean algebra and logic circuits; and applications in computer science. Number theory may also be discussion.
MATH 171 - Calculus I
Functions, graphs, limits, continuity, derivatives and anti-derivatives of algebraic and transcendental functions; techniques of differentiation; applications of derivatives, polynomial approximation; indeterminate forms; maxima and minima and applications; curve sketching; the definite integral; the fundamental theorem of calculus; integration by substitution.
MATH 172 - Calculus II
Fundamental theorem of calculus, integration by substitution, areas and volumes, techniques of integration, arc length, improper integrals, polar coordinates and parametric equations, conic sections, sequences, infinite series, power series, convergence tests, alternating series, Taylor and Maclaurin series.
MATH 251 - Statistics for Science
Algebra-based statistics for science. Statistical topics include descriptive measures, graphical methods, discrete and continuous probability distributions, estimation, one- and two-tailed hypothesis testing and categorical data.
MATH 263 - Discrete Mathematics II
Algorithms and algorithm efficiency; big-O, big-Ω, big-Θ and little-o notation; average and worst-case speed; sorting algorithms; graphs, adjacency and incidence matrices; paths; connectedness; bipartite graphs; isomorphism; Euler and Hamilton paths; shortest paths; Dijkstra's algorithm; planarity; Euler's formula; graph coloring; trees; tree traversal; prefix, infix and postfix notation; spanning trees and minimum spanning trees (Prim, Kruskal). Formal languages, finite state machines and automata may also be discussed. Only offered in spring semester and summer II session.
MATH 163 with a grade of "C" or better
MATH 270 - Linear Algebra
Matrices, determinants, vector spaces, inner product spaces, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, linear transformations and applications.
MATH 271 - Calculus III
Calculus of vector-valued functions and multivariate functions; vectors in multi-dimensional space; cylindrical, spherical and other coordinate systems; partial derivatives; multiple integrals; Green's Theorem; the Divergence Theorem; Stokes Theorem.
MATH 272 - Differential Equations
First order equations; higher order linear differential equations; systems of linear differential equations; series solutions of linear differential equations; the Laplace transform; applications; first order partial differential equations; Fourier Series. Only offered in spring semester and summer II session.