Course Information

MATH-071 - Basic Skills Mathematics-Precollege Algebra

Review of elementary algebra, including fundamental algebraic processes, linear and quadratic equations, graphing, word problems, and applications. Computer assisted including lecture, individual and small group tutoring in the RHMLC. This course is offered as Pass/No Credit only.

  • 3 semester hours. 1.25 hours lecture, 3.75 hours lab. Credit not usable for graduation.
  • Prerequisites: Score of 71 or less on the Accuplacer Placement Test.

MATH-071 Student Contract & Syllabus

MATH-100 - Intermediate Algebra

Topics include sets, relations, functions, development of number systems and algebraic operations. Computer assisted teaching including focus groups, individual and group tutoring.

  • 3 semester hours. 40 to 75 minute focus group, 2.5 hours lab.
  • Corequisite: Students who score 71 or less on the Accuplacer Placement Test must take MTHM 100 as a co-requisite for MATH 100 unless they have successfully completed an alternative program. Please see Mathematics Basic Skills Policy for information on the alternatives.

MATH-100 Student Contract & Syllabus

MATH-103 - The Development of Mathematics

A survey of traditional and contemporary mathematical topics developed within a historical framework and designed to develop an appreciation for the role and universality of mathematics as a cultural force in our society. Computer assisted teaching including focus groups, individual and group tutoring.

  • 3 semester hours. Meets Gen Ed 2002. 40 to 75 minute focus group, 2.5 hours lab.
  • Corequisite: Students who score 71 or less on the Accuplacer Placement Test must take the 1-credit Workshop MATH 101 as a co-requisite for MATH 103 unless they have successfully completed an alternative program. Please see Mathematics Basic Skills Policy for information on the alternatives.

MATH-103 Student Contract & Syllabus

MATH-109 - Statistics

Introduction to the use of statistics in the real world. Topics include: analysis and presentation of data, variability and uncertainty in data, techniques of statistical inference and decision-making. Computer assisted teaching including focus groups, individual and group tutoring.

  • 3 semester hours. Meets Gen Ed 2002. 40 to 75 minute focus group, 2.5 hours lab.
  • Corequisite: Students who score 71 or less on the Accuplacer Placement Test must take the 1-credit Workshop MATH 101 as a co-requisite for MATH 109 unless they have successfully completed an alternative program. Please see Mathematics Basic Skills Policy for information on the alternatives.

MATH-109 Student Contract & Syllabus

MATH-110 - Biostatistics

Topics include popularized parameter samples, usual and unusual data, probability models, central limit theorem, confidence intervals, hypothesis tests, linear relationship tests, analysis of variance. Computer assisted teaching including focus groups, individual and group tutoring.

MATH-110 Student Contract & Syllabus

MATH-115 - Supplemental Topics in Statistics for the Biological Sciences

Topics include probability, usual and unusual data, hypothesis tests and confidence intervals, correlation tests, regression. Computer assisted teaching including focus groups, individual and group tutoring.

  • 1.5 semester hours. 40 to 75 minute focus group, 2.5 hours lab. Offered first half of semester.
  • Prerequisites: MATH-109

MATH-115 Student Contract & Syllabus

MTHM-101 - Praxis Review

Topics include reviews of ratios, proportions, number systems, algebra and functions, geometry, statistics and probability. Computer assisted teaching including focus groups, individual and group tutoring.

  • 3 semester hours. 40 to 75 minute focus group, 2.5 hours lab.
  • Prerequisites: TBD