Academic Catalog 2020-2021

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Mathematics (MATH)

MATH XXXX — MATH LAB   0 credit hours

Co-requisite(s): DEVM %

Schedule type: Laboratory

MATH 110 — College Algebra   3 credit hours

Topics from algebra including complex numbers; radical and rational equations; linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, absolute value equations and inequalities; lines and slope; graphs; inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions; systems of equations and inequalities; conics; applications. Comparable to Nunez course MATH 1300. Only one may be taken for credit at Nunez.

Pre-requisite(s): MATH 1180

MATH 112 — Trigonometry   3 credit hours

Pre-requisite(s): MATH 110, MATH 1300

MATH 0900 — Basic Mathematics   3 credit hours

Basic Mathematics is a review of basic mathematics skills, including the fundamental numerical operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. The course also covers ratio andproportion, percent, systems of measurement, and an introduction to algebra. This is a skills-improvement course that may not be used as credit for a certificate or degree. Satisfactory performance on a proficiency examination is required to receive credit for this course.

Schedule type: Lecture, Web

MATH 0980 — Foundations of Algebra I   4 credit hours

This course is designed as a foundation of algebraic concepts for students with limited algebraic background, but who possess a foundation in arithmetic. The major topics include algebraic expressions, solving equations, solving inequalities, exponents, polynomials, graphs and equations of lines, functions and systems of linear equations. DEVM 0098 is a skills improvement course that may not be used as credit for a certificate or degree. Satisfactory performance on a proficiency examination is required for credit in this course. (Hours 3-0-3) A grade of “C” or better must be earned for the student to have satisfactorily completed MATH 0098 to meet the pre-requisite for MATH 0099.

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 0990 — Foundations of Algebra II   3 credit hours

This course covers algebra topics including graphing lines, solving inequalities and systems of equations and inequalities, rational algebraic expressions, roots of numbers, radicals, rational and negative exponents, quadratic equations, complex numbers, and an introduction to functions. Satisfactory performance on a proficiency examination is required to receive credit for this course. This course is not usually accepted for transfer into a bachelor’s degree program. Students are required to complete a minimum of 10 clock hours of supplemental activities in the Student Success Center. Course Fee: $20.00 (Fees are subject to change) 3.00 Lecture Hours 0.00 Lab Hours 3.00 Credit Hours Not Transferable, Developmental PREREQUISITE: A grade of ‘C’ or higher in MATH 0980, ACT Math score of 17-18, Compass Algebra score of 40-65, or Compass College Algebra score of 0-25. Level: Undergraduate Schedule Types: Lecture, Hybrid less than 50%

Schedule type: Lecture, Web

MATH 1150 — Math for Technology   3 credit hours

This course includes topics in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry with applications to technology. This course may not be used to fulfill the mathematics general education requirement in associate degree or Certificate of Applied Science programs.

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 1180 — Algebra for College Students   3 credit hours

This course covers algebra topics including graphing lines, solving inequalities and systems of equations and inequalities, rational algebraic expressions, roots of numbers, radicals, rational and negative exponents, quadratic equations, complex numbers, and an introduction to functions. Satisfactory performance on a proficiency examination is required to receive credit for this course. This course is not usually accepted for transfer into a bachelor’s degree program.

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 1190 — Math for Allied Health   3 credit hours

Students in this course study applications of mathematics related to allied health. Topics include the metric system, with a focus on unit conversions by proportionalities and dimensional analysis; dosage calculations; representations of linear functions verbally, graphically, numerically and algebraically; medication calculations and drip rates. This course is required for students entering into the Practical Nursing program.

Pre-requisite(s): MATH 1300

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 1200 — Survey of Mathematical Concept   3 credit hours

This course is a survey of selected branches of mathematics including sets, logic, probability, and statistics with examples and problems in each.

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 1203 — Applied Algebra   3 credit hours

Solving linear equations and inequalities including absolute values, solving quadratic equations with complex numbers, solving systems of equations, graphing functions including linear and quadratic, values of exponential and logarithmic functions. Credit toward a degree or certificate can not be earned in both MATH 1203 and MATH 1300. This course DOES NOT satisfy the prerequisite for MATH 1400 College Trigonometry.

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 1300 — College Algebra   3 credit hours

College Algebra covers topics in algebra including solving and graphing equations and inequalities and working with functions including quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. It also covers complex numbers as roots for quadratic equations.

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 1400 — College Trigonometry   3 credit hours

This course is a study of trigonometric functions, identities, and equations. It also covers angle measure, graphing of trigonometric functions, inverse functions, polar coordinates, limits, and continuity. This is a course for students who plan to study Calculus.

Pre-requisite(s): MATH 1300

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 1600 — Elementary Number Structures   3 credit hours

This course covers topics that prepare teachers in elementary education. Topics include logic, sets, numeration systems, elementary number theory, rational numbers, and real numbers. This course may not be used to fulfill the mathematics general education requirement in associate degree or Certificate of Applied Science programs.

Pre-requisite(s): MATH 0990, MATH 1300, MATH 1200, MATH 1400

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 1630 — Elem Geometry & Statistics   3 credit hours

This course covers topics in Euclidean geometry, the coordinate plane, and probability and statistics. It is designed to provide students with an understanding of the nature of mathematics. This course may not be used to fulfill the mathematics general education requirement in associate degree or Certificate of Applied Science programs.

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 1700 — Finite Math   3 credit hours

Systems of linear equations, vectors, matrices, and matrix algebra; linear inequalities; counting techniques: permutations and combinationsl probability; basic concepts in mathematics finance (annuities included); and an introduction to statistics.

Pre-requisite(s): MATH 1300

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 2000 — Statistics   3 credit hours

This introduction to the study of probability and statistics emphasizes the relationship between them. Topics covered include discrete random variables, distributions (including the Binomial Distribution), sampling theory, testing of hypotheses, regression, correlation, and analysis of variance. The course gives special attention to decision-making and problem-solving related to business and experimentation.

Pre-requisite(s): MATH 1300

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 2010 — Calculus I   5 credit hours

This course covers the limits and continuity of functions; introduction of derivative; techniques of differentiation; Chain rule; implicit differentiation; differentiation of transcendental and inverse functions; applications of differentiation: cancavity; relative extrema; maximum and minimum values of a function; optimization; anti-differentiation; definite integrals; Fundamental Theorem of Calculus; applications of definite integrals; work and volume.

Pre-requisite(s): MATH 1400

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 2050 — Analytic Geometry & Calculus   3 credit hours

This course introduces limits and uses them to explore the derivatives of functions, both algebraic and trigonometric. It addresses the use of derivatives including slopes and finding maxima and minima. It also presents basic integration techniques.

Pre-requisite(s): MATH 1400

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web

MATH 2100 — Calculus II   5 credit hours

This course covers definite integrals, transcendental functions, and applications of derivatives and integrals.

Pre-requisite(s): MATH 2050

Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web