Department of Mathematics

MA 101 ~ General Mathematics (No credit)

This course is designed for students with minimal mathematical background. It includes a comprehensive review of basic and consumer arithmetic.

MA 190, 191 ~ Mathematical Reasoning  I and II  (3 hours)

Prerequisite: MA 101. A study of the reasoning skills that teachers use to teach elementary grade mathematics. * Three hours each semester. 

MA 192 ~ Mathematical Reasoning for Secondary Education  (3 hours)

Prerequisite: MA 101. This course prepares students to solve problems by mathematical reasoning and critical thinking.

MA 203 ~ College Algebra (3 hours)

Prerequisite: MA 101 or equivalent and high school Algebra I. A review of the functions in basic algebra. Examines graphs, complex numbers, linear systems, polynomials, exponential and logarithmic functions.

MA 204 ~ College Trigonometry (3 hours)

Prerequisite: MA 203 or equivalent. This course presents a study of trigonometric functions through examination of identities, solutions to equations, and graphs.

MA 301 ~ Calculus I, II, and III (3 hours) 

Prerequisite: MA 204. This course covers limits and continuity, derivatives and their applications, integration, transcendental functions, applications of integrals, techniques of integration, conic sections, and infinite series. *Three hours each semester. 

MA 401 ~ Linear Algebra (3 hours)

Prerequisite: MA 203. Introduces vectors and their functions, linear functions, matrices, and quadratic forms.

MA 402 ~ Modern Geometry (3 hours)

Prerequisite: MA 401. A study of the methods and functions of transformational geometry in planes and space, including Euclidean geometry and methods of construction.