# Mathematics (MAT)

### MAT 010

**Math Help- 911 (2)**

Small group supplemental instruction in math and study skills development. Co-requisite: *MAT 082 or *MAT 086 or *MAT 091 or *MAT 121 or *MAT 122. Must be taken for S/U grading. Two lecture.

### MAT 082 (3)

**Arithmetic Review **

Review of arithmetic skills, including fractions, decimals, and percent. Prerequisite: Placement. Three lecture.

### MAT 086 (3)

**Prealgebra **

Basic measurement, and geometry concepts. Introduction to signed numbers, algebraic expressions, and linear equations. Prerequisite: *MAT 082 or placement beyond prerequisite. Three lecture.

### MAT 091 (4)

**Beginning Algebra **

Basic algebraic concepts including operations with signed numbers, exponents and radicals, linear equations and inequalities, polynomials, and graphing. Prerequisite: *MAT 086 or placement beyond prerequisite. Four lecture.

### MAT 111 (2)

**Math Help 411**

Small group supplemental instruction in math and study skills development. Co-requisite: *BUS 232 or *MAT 140 or *MAT 142 or *MAT 151 or *MAT 160 or *MAT 172 or *MAT 180 or *MAT 181 or *MAT 187. Two lecture. Must be taken for S/U grading.

### MAT 121 (4)

**Intermediate Algebra **

Basic algebraic concepts, including exponents and radicals, systems of equations, polynomials, graphing, and quadratic equations. Prerequisite *MAT 091 or placement beyond prerequisite. Four lecture.

### MAT 122 (3)

**Intermediate Mathematics**

Basic algebraic concepts, including exponents and radicals, graphing, logarithmic and exponential functions, and quadratic equations. Prerequisite: *MAT 091 or placement beyond prerequisite. Three lecture.

### MAT 140 (5)

**College Mathematics**

Students will examine finance, growth, probability, statistics, and common applications encountered in society. Review material will be taught just in time for when it is needed. General Education: Mathematics. Prerequisite: *MAT 091 or placement beyond prerequisite and Consent of Instructor. Five lecture.

### MAT 142 (3)

**College Mathematics**

Students will examine finance, growth, probability, statistics, and common applications encountered in society. General Education: Mathematics. Prerequisite: *MAT 121 or *MAT 122 or placement beyond prerequisite. Three lecture.

### MAT 151 (4)

MAT 1151

**College Algebra **

College level algebra, including equations, functions, matrices, inequalities, sequences and series, and fundamental algebra theorems will be studied. Prerequisite: *MAT 121 or *MAT 122 or placement beyond prerequisite. General Education: Mathematics. Four lecture.

### MAT 160 (3)

MAT 1160

**Introduction to Statistics **

Statistical tools and techniques used in research and general applications. Includes descriptive statistics, probability and probability distributions, point and interval estimates of population parameters, hypothesis testing, and correlation and regression. Prerequisite: *MAT 140 or placement beyond prerequisite. General Education: Options. Three lecture.

### MAT 172 (3)

**Finite Mathematics **

Various analytical methods used in business and social sciences, including algebra review, functions and modeling, systems of linear equations, matrices, linear programming, mathematics of finance, probability, and combinations. Prerequisite: *MAT 140 or placement beyond prerequisite. Three lecture.

### MAT 180 (3)

**Mathematics for the Elementary Teacher I**

Mathematical foundations of elementary school mathematics curriculum. including problem solving, principles of whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, ratios, proportions and percentages. Emphasizes the use of models and manipulatives to increase understanding of the mathematical concepts. Prerequisite: *MAT 121 or *MAT 122 or placement beyond prerequisite. Three lecture.

### MAT 181 (3)

**Mathematics for the Elementary Teacher II**

Mathematical foundations of the elementary school mathematics curriculum including measurement, geometry, probability, and statistics. Emphasizes the use of models and manipulatives to increase understanding of the mathematical concepts. Prerequisite: *MAT 180. Three lecture.

### MAT 187 (5)

MAT 1187

**Pre-Calculus **

College level algebra and trigonometric topics to prepare for calculus. Functions, equations, and inequalities, trigonometry, and fundamental algebra theorems will be studied. General Education : Mathematics. Prerequisite: *MAT 121 or placement beyond prerequisite or MAT 140, 142, 151, 160, 172, or 220. Five lecture.

### MAT 211 (4)

**Business Calculus **

Integral and differential calculus, including multidimensional, with business and social science applications. General Education: Mathematics. Prerequisite: *MAT 151 or *MAT 187 or placement beyond prerequisite. Four lecture.

### MAT 220 (5)

MAT 2220

**Calculus & Analytic Geometry I **

Limits, continuity, differential, and integral operations on algebraic and trigonometric functions and applications. Prerequisite: *MAT 187 or placement beyond prerequisite. General Education: Mathematics. Five lecture.

### MAT 230 (5)

MAT 2230

**Calculus & Analytic Geometry II **

Applications and methods of integration, Taylor polynomials and series, differential equations, multivariable functions and vectors. Prerequisite: *MAT 220. General Education: Mathematics. Five lecture.

### MAT 241 (4)

MAT 2241

**Calculus & Analytic Geometry III **

Multidimensional calculus. Includes conic sections, polar coordinates, partial derivatives, gradients, directional derivatives, extrema, multiple and iterated integrals, vector calculus, line integrals, and Green’s Theorem. Prerequisite: *MAT 230. General Education: Mathematics. Four lecture.

### MAT 261 (4)

MAT 2262

**Differential Equations **

Introduction to ordinary differential equations. Includes first order equations, higher order linear equations, applications of first and second order equations, series solutions, Laplace transforms, and systems of linear differential equations. General Education: Mathematics. Prerequisite: *MAT 230. Four lecture.

### MAT 298 (1–6)

**Special Topics **

Designed to meet the needs of an individual(s) who has an interest in pursuing an original topic in an instructional area under faculty supervision. One to six variable credit hours.

*Course has additional pre or co requisite(s)