**CSCI 115: Discrete Structures**

Prerequisite: MATH 109 or equivalent, with a grade of C or better, or placement. Introduction to analysis of finite collections and mathematical foundations of sequential machines, computer system design, data structures and algorithms. Topics include sets and logic, sequences, subscripting and arrays, number systems, counting, recursion, graph theory, trees, nets, Boolean algebra, automata, and formal grammars and languages. Formal proofs (including induction) are introduced early in the course and addressed throughout the course. Connections between the mathematical theory and corresponding computer science applications are pervasive throughout the course. Computer programming labs are written in the current language used in the core Computer Science courses. This course is not intended for a Mathematics major or minor. *4 HRS*

IAI GEC Code - M1 905

**MATH 111: Finite Math for Business and Social Science**

Prerequisite: MATH 106 or MATH 109 with grade of C or better, or equivalent, or assessment. This class focuses on applications of the following topics: matrices, matrix algebra, linear programming, sets and counting techniques, probability, and the mathematics of finance. Note, a graphing calculator is required for this course (instruction will be based on a TI 83+). *4 HRS*

IAI GEC Code - M1 906

**MATH 131: Explorations in Mathematics**

Prerequisite:
- Completion of MATH 093 and MATH 098 with a grade of C or better, or assessment.
This course focuses on mathematical reasoning and the solving of real-life problems, rather than on routine skills and appreciation. Three or four topics are studied in depth, with at least three chosen from the following list: counting techniques and probability, graph theory, logic/set theory, mathematical modeling, mathematics of finance, game theory, linear programming, and statistics. A scientific calculator is required for this course (a graphing calculator is also acceptable). *3 HRS*

IAI GEC Code - M1 904

**MATH 136: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II**

Prerequisite: Math 135 (with a grade C or better), or equivalent, or permission of the instructor. This course focuses on mathematical reasoning and problem solving; and provides instruction in teaching mathematics at the elementary grade level. Topics include algebra, probability, statistics, geometry, measurement, and the use of technology in the elementary school classroom. Note, a scientific calculator is required for this course (a graphing calculator is also acceptable). *3 HRS*

IAI GEC Code - M1 903

**MATH 141: Introduction to Statistics**

Prerequisite:
- Completion of MATH 093 and Math 098 with grade of C or better, or assessment.
This course focuses on mathematical reasoning and the solving of real-life problems, rather than on routine skills and appreciation. Descriptive methods (frequency distributions, graphing and measures of location and variation), basic probability theory (sample spaces, counting, factorials, combinations, permutations, and probability laws), probability distributions (normal distributions and normal curve, binomial distribution, and random samples and sampling techniques), statistical inference (estimation, hypothesis testing, t-test, and chi-square test, and errors), correlation and regression, and f-test and analysis of variance. An emphasis is placed on calculating statistical results using appropriate technology, and interpreting those results in context, rather than using formulas and tables. *4 HRS*

IAI GEC Code - M1 902

**MATH 142: Business Statistics**

Prerequisite: MATH 106 or MATH 109, with grade of C or higher, or equivalent, or assessment. Math 142 emphasizes problem solving of statistics applications to business. Topics include descriptive statistics (sampling techniques, organizing and presenting data as frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and variability), probability theory (sample spaces, counting techniques, and probability laws), probability distributions (e.g., Normal, Binomial, F, and Chi-Square distributions), and inferential statistics (estimation, hypothesis testing, and regression analysis). Note, a graphing calculator is required for this course (instruction will be based on a TI 83+). This course is not intended for a Mathematics major or minor. *4 HRS*

IAI GEC Code - M1 902

**MATH 151: Calculus for Business & Social Science**

Prerequisite: Completion of Math 106 or assessment. Note, a graphing calculator is required for this course (instruction will be based on a TI-83+).
This calculus course is designed specifically for students in business and the social sciences and does not count toward a major or minor in mathematics. It emphasizes applications of the basic concepts of calculus rather than proofs. Topics include limits; techniques of differentiation applied to polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions; partial derivatives and applications; maxima and minima of functions; and elementary techniques of integration including substitution, integration by parts and multivariate integration. Business and social science applications are stressed throughout the course. *4 HRS*

IAI GEC Code - M1 900-B

**MATH 161: Calculus I**

Prerequisite: MATH 109 and MATH 128 with grade of C or higher, or equivalent, or assessment. Topics include (but are not limited to) the following: limits and continuity; definition of derivative; rate of change, slope; derivatives of polynomial, rational, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions; the chain rule; implicit differentials; approximation by differentials; higher order derivatives; Rolle’s Theorem; Mean Value Theorem; applications of the derivative; anti-derivative; L’Hopital’s Rule (0/0 and 8/8); the definite integral; the fundamental theorem of calculus; and area under the curve and Riemann Sums. Note, a graphing calculate is required for this course (instruction will be based on a TI-89). *4 HRS*

IAI GEC CODE - M1 900-1

**MATH 162: Calculus II**

Prerequisite: MATH 161 with a grade of C or higher, or equivalent. A second course in Calculus. Topics include (but are not limited to) the following: area between two curves, volume, other applications of the integral; techniques of integration, including numerical methods; L’Hopital’s rule (indeterminate forms ); improper integrals; sequences and series, convergence tests, Taylor series; parametric equations and polar coordinates. Note, a graphing calculator is required for this course (instruction will be based on TI-89). *4 HRS*

IAI GEC Code - M1 900-2

**MATH 163: Calculus III**

Prerequisite for Calculus III: Calculus II or equivalent of C or better. Topics include (but are not limited to) the following: applications of polar coordinates: area, arc length and conic sections; functions of more than one variable, partial derivatives; the differential, directional derivatives, gradients; double and triple integrals: evaluation and applications. Note, a graphing calculator is required for this course (instruction will be based on a TI 89). *4 HRS*

IAI GEC Code - M1 900-3