# 2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

## Mathematics Courses

MATH 0800 Intermediate Algebra
(3 credits)

MATH 1011 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers I
(3 credits)

MATH 1013 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers II
(3 credits)

MATH 1100 Mathematical Reasoning
(3 credits)

MATH 1107 Introduction to Mathematical Sciences
(3 credits)

MATH 1120 Environmental Mathematics
(3 credits)

MATH 1170 College Algebra
(4 credits)

MATH 1180 Trigonometry
(3 credits)

MATH 1470 Precalculus
(5 credits)

MATH 2210 Discrete Mathematics
(4 credits)

MATH 2471 Calculus I
(5 credits)

MATH 2472 Calculus II
(5 credits)

MATH 2480 Multivariable Calculus
(4 credits)

MATH 2490 Differential Equations
(4 credits)

MATH 3064 Number Concepts for Teachers
(4 credits)

MATH 3065 Mathematical Foundations of Algebra for Teachers
(4 credits)

MATH 3066 Geometry and Technology in the Mathematics Classroom
(4 credits)

MATH 3067 Data Investigations, Probability, and Statistics for Teachers
(4 credits)

MATH 3069 Mathematics and Culture
(3 credits)

MATH 3260 Mathematical Problem Solving
(3 credits)

MATH 3310 Linear Algebra
(4 credits)

MATH 3440 Introduction to Fractals & Chaos
(3 credits)

MATH 3560 Classical and Modern Geometry
(3 credits)

MATH 3710 Mathematical Modeling
(3 credits)

MATH 3720 Numerical Methods
(3 credits)

MATH 3820 History of Mathematics
(3 credits)

MATH 4240 Number Theory
(3 credits)

MATH 4350 Abstract Algebra
(3 credits)

MATH 4371 Modern Algebra
(3 credits)

MATH 4410 Introduction to Analysis
(3 credits)

MATH 4470 Advanced Calculus
(3 credits)

MATH 4760 Topics in Applied Mathematics
(3 credits)

#### MATH 0800 Intermediate Algebra (3 credits)

An algebra course designed for students with an insufficient algebraic background for CS 1309, MATH 1100, MATH 1107, or MATH 1170. This course must be taken for a letter grade and, to use this course as a prerequisite for MATH 1100 or MATH 1107, a grade of C or better must be achieved, and to use this course as a prerequisite for CS 1309 or MATH 1170, a grade of B or better must be achieved. Credits are not applicable towards graduation. Topics include solving linear and quadratic equations, applications, linear inequalities, factoring, operations on polynomials, rational and radical expressions, and graphing linear equations.

Common Course Outline