Mathematics Courses - Undergraduate
M-105Q
Formerly
M 145Q

Contemporary Mathematics
Course Supervisor: John Lund 
Basic skills in applicable mathematics including financial matters (simple and compound interest, annuities and loans), trigonometry and some elementary statistics.

M-121Q
Formerly 
Math 105

College Algebra 
Course Supervisor: John Lund                                                                                                                                Student Success Coordinator: Heidi Staebler-Wiseman 
Focus is on using previously learned algebra to model and solve problems, and to explore various types of functions such as linear, quadratic, polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic.

M-132

Numbers & Operations for K-8 Teachers 
Course Supervisor: Mary Alice Carlson
The study of number and operations for prospective elementary and middle school teachers, including whole numbers, decimals, fractions, percents, integers, operations, numeration systems, and problem solving.

M-133Q Geometry & Geometric Measurement for K-8 Teachers 
Course Supervisor: Megan Wickstrom
The study of geometry and geometric measurement for prospective elementary and middle school teachers, including synthetic, transformational, and coordinate geometry, constructions, congruence and similarity, 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional measurement, and problem solving.
M-151Q
Formerly 
Math 160Q

Precalculus 
Course Supervisor: Derek Williams
A course designed to produce a deep understanding of algebra and trigonometry so students will be well-prepared for calculus.

M-161Q
Formerly 
Math 170Q
Survey of Calculus 
Course Supervisor: John Lund
A survey of basic calculus including limits, differentiation, and integration with applications to business, biology, and social science problems.
M-165Q
Formerly 
Math 175Q

Calculus for Technology I 
Course Supervisor: John Lund                                                                                                                                      
Calculus with emphasis on problems of interest to engineering technologists. Includes analytic geometry, differentiation, and introduction to integration

M-166Q
Formerly 
Math 176Q

Calculus for Technology II 
Course Supervisor: John Lund                                                                                                                                      
Calculus with emphasis on problems of interest to engineering technologies. Includes analytic geometry, differentiation, and introduction to integration.

M-171Q
Formerly 
Math 181Q

Calculus I                                                                                                                                                             Course Supervisor: Jack Dockery
Student Success Coordinator: Veronica Baker
SSC Assistant: Clinton Watton
This first semester of calculus concentrates on the fundamentals of the derivative and its applications: tangent lines to curves; optimization problems; velocity and acceleration. There is also an introduction to integration with applications to geometry and physics.

M-172Q
Formerly 
Math 182Q

Calculus II
Course Supervisor: Jack Dockery
Student Success Coordinator: Veronica Baker
SSC Assistant: Clinton Watton                                                                                                                              The second semester of calculus covers integration theory, methods of integration, applications of the integral, Taylor's theorem, infinite sequences and series. The course also includes a brief coverage of parametric and polar equations.

M-273Q
Formerly 
Math 224Q
Multivariable Calculus 
Course Supervisor: Jarek Kwapisz
Topics in two and three dimensional geometry. Manipulation and application of vectors. Functions of several variables, contour maps, graphs, partial derivatives, gradients, double and triple integration, vector fields, line integrals, surface integrals, Green's Theorem, Stoke's Theorem, the Divergence Theorem.
M-274
Formerly 
Math 225Q
Introduction to Differential Equations 
Course Supervisor: Lisa Davis
An introduction to the qualitative and quantitative methods for ordinary differential equations. Topics include modeling via differential equations, linear and nonlinear first order differential equations, linear second order differential equations, higher order linear equations (limited discussion), Laplace transform techniques, series solutions and first order systems(limited discussion).
Statistics Courses - Undergraduate
STAT 216

Introduction to Statistics
Course Supervisor: Stacey Hancock
Student Success Coordinator: Jade Schmidt
Traditional and resistant estimators of location and spread, fundamentals of inference using randomization and classical methods, confidence intervals, and tests of hypotheses

STAT 217 Intermediate Statistical Concepts 
Course Supervisor: Mark Greenwood
One-and two sample tests and associated confidence intervals for means and proportions; one-way analysis of variance; F-tests, correlation, regression, contingency tables. Statistical analysis using the computer.

 

Updated: 08/19/2020