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# Courses

#### MATH 104. Mathematics for the Liberal Arts 1.0 course credit

An introduction to various types of mathematical problems and problem solving techniques. Topics covered will introduce interesting and useful topics that portray the breadth and beauty of mathematics such as the mathematics of voting, fair division, Euler circuits, symmetry, patterns, and probability. This course will not count toward the Mathematics Major or Minor.

#### MATH 130. Topics in Quantitative Reasoning 0.5 course credit

Rotating topics in quantitative reasoning. Topics include, but are not limited to: Probability, Finance, and Mathematical Logic. This course counts towards towards the Quantitative Reasoning component of the general education requirements and may be taken multiple times. Prerequisite: An ACT Mathematics score of 22 or above or QRAC 110 or QRAC 120.

#### MATH 141. Elementary Functions 1.0 course credit

A pre-calculus study of polynomial, rational, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Prerequisite: An ACT Mathematics score of 22 or above or QRAC 120.

#### MATH 151. Calculus I with Lab 1.0 course credit

A study of the calculus of functions of a single variable. Prerequisite: Either MATH 141 or a Math ACT score of 26+ or the satisfactory performance on the compass placement exam. MATH 152. Calculus II with Lab 1.0 course credit Continuation of MATH 151. Prerequisite: MATH 151 or one year of high school calculus with permission of the instructor.

#### MATH 210. Foundations of Elementary Mathematics I 1.0 course credit

An exploration of elementary school mathematics topics from a conceptual perspective. Topics include algebra and patterns, numeration, the four fundamental operations of arithmetic, fractions and operations with fractions, decimals, ratios and proportions. This course will not count toward the Mathematics Major or Minor. Prerequisite: Elementary Education majors or permission of the instructor.

#### MATH 211. Foundations of Elementary Mathematics II 1.0 course credit

As a continuation of MATH 210, this course explores elementary school mathematics topics from a conceptual perspective. Includes an introduction to probability and statistics and topics from geometry including shapes, transformations, congruence and similarity, and measurement. This course will not count toward the Mathematics Major or Minor. Prerequisite: MATH 210.

#### MATH 241. Linear Algebra 1.0 course credit

A study of finite dimensional vector spaces, linear transformation, and matrices. Prerequisite: MATH 151 or 260.

#### MATH 253. Calculus III 1.0 course credit

A study of the calculus of functions of more than one variable: including partial differentiation and multiple integration. Prerequisite: MATH 152.

#### MATH 254. Differential Equations 1.0 course credit

An introduction to ordinary differential equations and their applications. Prerequisite: MATH 152.

#### MATH 260. Discrete Mathematics 1.0 course credit

An introduction to proof based mathematics through the study of key areas of discrete mathematics. Topics include sets and logic, number systems, properties of whole numbers, functions and relations, recursion, combinatorics and probability, matrices, and graph theory. Prerequisite: An ACT MATH score of 22 or above or QRAC120.

#### MATH 301. Real Analysis 1.0 course credit

A theoretical development of the calculus of one and several variables, including topological concepts, linear theorems, differentiation, integration, series, point wise convergence, and uniform convergence. Prerequisites: MATH 152 and MATH 260. Offered in alternate years

MATH 311. Modern Algebra 1.0 course credit A study of groups, rings, and fields plus their applications. Prerequisite: MATH 260 and MATH 241. Offered in alternate years.

#### MATH 317. Geometry 1.0 course credit

A study of such topics in advanced and modern geometry as non-Euclidean geometry, finite and projective geometries, isometries and transformation groups, convexity, foundations, and axiomatics. Prerequisite: MATH 260. Offered in alternate years.

#### MATH 323. Numerical Analysis 1.0 course credit

An introduction to numerical algorithms. Methods will include finding roots of equations, interpolation, curve-fitting, approximations of functions, and numerical differentiation and integration. Prerequisites: MATH 152 and MATH 241. Offered in alternate years.

#### MATH 330. Topics for Future Teachers 1.0 course credit

This course is intended for students seeking licensure in secondary mathematics teaching. Topics included in the course are chosen from three major areas emphasized in high school level mathematics: Number and Operations, Algebra, and Geometry. Selected topics will be investigated from an advanced standpoint, and connections between these major areas will be explored. Prerequisites: Math 152, 260, and 241 with a grade of C- or better and a passing score on Secondary Math Education Key Assessment #1. Students who are not seeking licensure in secondary mathematics teaching cannot take this course.

#### MATH 339. Probability 1.0 course credit

An introduction to probability theory and its applications, including discrete and continuous random variables, density functions, distribution functions, expectations, and variance. Prerequisites: MATH 152, and MATH 260. Offered in alternate years.

#### MATH 340. Mathematical Modeling 1.0 course credit

A study of the mathematical modeling process. Examples will come from calculus, linear algebra, and physics. Students will present a mathematical model of some phenomenon. Prerequisites: MATH 152.

#### MATH 350. Topics in Mathematics 1.0 course credit

Possible topics include number theory, topology, complex variables, and continuations of other mathematics courses. May be repeated if the student does not already have credit for the topic offered. Prerequisite: MATH 152 and permission of the instructor.

#### MATH 351. Readings in Mathematics 0.25 to 1.0 course credit

This course will investigate special readings in advanced mathematics or from the history of mathematics. Prerequisite: A 300 level mathematics course. MATH 401. Senior Capstone: Research 0.5 course credit This course focuses on researching and proposing a project to be carried out in the MATH 402 the next semester. Offered every semester. Prerequisites: Senior Standing.

#### MATH 402. Senior Capstone: Implementation 0.5 course credit

Students in this course will carry out a project proposed in MATH 401 the previous semester. Offered every semester. Prerequisites: MATH 401 and Senior Standing.

#### MATH 410. Research in Mathematics 0.5 to 1.0 course credit

An individual or group project in mathematics and/or statistics chosen by the student(s) in consultation with the mathematics faculty. This course may count toward the mathematics major at the discretion of the department.

#### MATH 420. Independent Study 0.5 to 1.0 course credit

A study of selected topics in advanced mathematics. This course may count toward the mathematics major at the discretion of the department. Prerequisites: One 300- level math course and permission of the instructor.