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MATH 0745  Skills For Algebra [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: placement test This course reviews and develops essential arithmetic skills regarding real numbers. Topics from arithmetic include whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, rational numbers, and applications. Students will prepare a mathematics notebook of class notes and homework, review research in mathematics education, discuss theories of mathematics anxiety and how to overcome those anxieties, explore strategies for reading mathematics textbooks effectively, practice communications skills orally and in writing, and outline strategies for successfully taking tests. Students must supply a scientific calculator. Credits in this course will not satisfy any degree or certificate requirements. (2 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30823  LECTURE 
6

MW  10:00 AM11:50 AM  1/16/163/11/16 (P1)  T 208  MAIN 

2 
30824  LECTURE 
2

MW  08:00 AM09:50 AM  1/16/163/11/16 (P1)  C3080  MAIN 

2 
30980  ONLINE 
5

    1/16/163/11/16 (P1)  ONLINE  MAIN 

2 
31592  LECTURE 
6

TR  06:00 PM07:50 PM  1/16/163/11/16 (P1)  C3081  MAIN 

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30825  LECTURE 
3

TR  08:00 AM09:50 AM  3/19/165/13/16 (P2)  C2047  MAIN 

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30936  ONLINE 
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MATH 0850  Beginning Algebra [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: A grade of "SC" or better in MATH 0745 or placement test This course is designed for students who have never taken algebra. Topics include simplification of algebraic expressions, order of operations, solutions and graphs of linear equations, systems of two linear equations in two unknowns, simple linear inequalities, compound linear inequalities, absolute value equations and inequalities, polynomial arithmetic, integer exponents, and scientific notation. Techniques include numerical, analytical, and graphical methods. Credits in this course will not satisfy any degree or certificate requirements. (3 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30828  LECTURE 
16

MWF  08:00 AM08:50 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3016  MAIN 

3 
30829  LECTURE 
2

MW  08:00 AM09:15 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3081  MAIN 

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30830  LECTURE 
1

TR  08:00 AM09:15 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3077  MAIN 

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30831  SELFPACED 
5

MW  09:30 AM10:45 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C2047A  MAIN 

3 
30832  LECTURE 
2

TR  09:30 AM10:45 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3082  MAIN 

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30834  LECTURE 
1

MW  12:30 PM01:45 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3080  MAIN 

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30835  LECTURE 
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MW  02:00 PM03:15 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3077  MAIN 

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30836  LECTURE 
3

TR  02:00 PM03:15 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3017  MAIN 

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MW  05:45 PM07:00 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3077  MAIN 

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30838  LECTURE 
2

TR  05:45 PM07:00 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3077  MAIN 

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30839  LECTURE 
9

TR  07:15 PM08:30 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3077  MAIN 

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30840  ONLINE 
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30882  ONLINE 
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TR  08:00 AM09:15 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3019  MAIN 

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MTWR  08:00 AM09:15 AM  1/16/163/11/16 (P1)  T 219  MAIN 

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MWF  10:00 AM11:50 AM  3/19/165/13/16 (P2)  T 208  MAIN 

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31120  ONLINE 
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TR  06:00 PM08:40 PM  3/19/165/13/16 (P2)  A2015  MAIN 

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MATH 0890  PreTech Mathematics [Description]This course is designed for persons with some background in mathematics. The course emphasizes the use of a scientific calculator to cover basic manipulation of whole numbers, fractions, decimals and percents; systems of measurement; fundamentals of algebra from basic equations through quadratic and simultaneous linear equations; fundamentals of geometry from basic terminology through formulas for perimeter, area, and volume. Right angle trigonometry is also covered and practical applications from a variety of technical areas. Students must supply a scientific or graphing calculator for this course. The course grade wil be Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory. (5 contact hours: 2 lecture, 3 lab) [Catalog Entry]  
Course questions? Contact ENGINEERING DEPT. 5257085  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30332  LECTURE 
7

TR  05:30 PM06:20 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 218  MAIN 

3 
30334  LAB 
7

TR  06:30 PM07:45 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 218  MAIN 

0 
MATH 0950  Intermediate Algebra [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: A grade of "SC" or better in MATH 0850 or placement test This course continues the development of basic algebra concepts. Topics include factoring polynomials, solving polynomial equations, rational expressions, rational equations, radical expressions, radical equations, solving quadratic equations, graphing quadratic equations, and an introduction to the complex number system. (3 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30841  LECTURE 
15

MWF  08:00 AM08:50 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A2012  MAIN 

3 
30842  LECTURE 
8

TR  08:00 AM09:15 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3080  MAIN 

3 
30843  LECTURE 
1

TR  09:30 AM10:45 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 211  MAIN 

3 
30846  SELFPACED 
3

MW  11:00 AM12:15 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C2047A  MAIN 

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30847  LECTURE 
FULL

MW  12:30 PM01:45 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A2016  MAIN 

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30848  LECTURE 
6

TR  12:30 PM01:45 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3017  MAIN 

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30849  LECTURE 
16

MW  02:00 PM03:15 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 210  MAIN 

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30851  LECTURE 
15

MW  05:45 PM07:00 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3078  MAIN 

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30852  LECTURE 
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MW  07:15 PM08:30 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3076  MAIN 

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31092  LECTURE 
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MW  12:30 PM01:45 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A2024  MAIN 

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31093  LECTURE 
14

TR  12:30 PM01:45 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3019  MAIN 

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31094  LECTURE 
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MW  04:00 PM05:15 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A2011  MAIN 

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15

TR  04:00 PM05:15 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3080  MAIN 

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30856  LECTURE 
1

MTWR  08:00 AM09:15 AM  3/19/165/13/16 (P2)  T 219  MAIN 

3 
MATH 1001  Intro to Tech Math [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: MATH 0890 or placement test This course is designed for engineering technology students who have successfully completed Math 0890 PreTechnical Mathematics or who have not qualified for Math 1101 Technical Mathematics I because of their placement test score. The course will provide students with a stronger foundation in algebra and geometry, with emphasis on logical thinking and application to engineering problems. Topics include a review of operations and applications of the real number system and geometry; algebraic concepts and operations from basic equations through systems of equations and quadratic equations, functions and graphs; using manual methods, graphing calculators, and computer assisted methods; an introduction to vectors and trigonometric functions; and right triangle trigonometry. Students must supply a graphing calculator for this course and be familiar with the use of computers. The recommended calculator type is the TI84 Plus or TI89. (6 contact hours: 3 lecture, 3 lab) [Catalog Entry]  
Course questions? Contact ENGINEERING DEPT. 5257085  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
31182  LECTURE 
6

TR  05:15 PM06:25 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 215  MAIN 

4 
31183  LAB 
6

TR  06:30 PM07:45 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 215  MAIN 

0 
MATH 1040  Appl Business Math [Description]This course introduces mathematical computations as they are used for specific business applications. The course emphasizes word problems, as well as skill problems, using basic algebraic equations and the percentage formula. The course also covers applications for merchandising and payroll. (2 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]  
Course questions? Contact ACCOUNTING DEPT. 5257085  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30102  LECTURE 
1

TR  09:00 AM10:50 AM  1/16/163/11/16 (P1)  T 215  MAIN 

2 
30103  ONLINE 
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30104  ONLINE 
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MATH 1050  Math of Finance [Description]This course emphasizes the application of mathematics and basic algebra skills to various accounting and finance concerns/problems. Students will apply concepts of simple interest, compound interest, discounting, annuities, present value, annual percentage rate (APR), and financial ratios. (2 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]  
Course questions? Contact ACCOUNTING DEPT. 5257085  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30105  LECTURE 
FULL

TR  09:00 AM10:50 AM  3/19/165/13/16 (P2)  T 215  MAIN 

2 
30106  ONLINE 
FULL

    3/19/165/13/16 (P2)  ONLINE  MAIN 

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31013  ONLINE 
3

    3/19/165/13/16 (P2)  ONLINE  MAIN 

2 
MATH 1101  Tech Mathematics 1 [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: MATH 1001 or placement test This course is designed to meet the needs of engineering technology students as they encounter problems that occur in the world of work. Topics include a review of algebraic concepts and operations from basic equations through systems of equations, quadratic equations, right triangle trigonometry and an introduction to vectors. Topics introduced are graphing trigonometric functions, exponents, radicals, exponential and logarithmic functions, complex numbers, higher degree equations, systems of equations and inequalities, matrix algebra, and ratio, proportion, and variation. Students must supply a graphing calculator for this course and be familiar with the use of computers. The recommended calculator type is the TI84 Plus or TI89. (6 contact hours: 3 lecture, 3 lab) [Catalog Entry]  
Course questions? Contact ENGINEERING DEPT. 5257085  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
31070  LECTURE 
10

MW  08:00 PM09:10 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 208  MAIN 

4 
31071  LAB 
10

MW  09:15 PM10:30 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 208  MAIN 

0 
31483  LECTURE 
6

TR  05:15 PM06:25 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 211  MAIN 

4 
31484  LAB 
6

TR  06:30 PM07:45 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 211  MAIN 

0 
MATH 1201  Tech Mathematics 2 [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: MATH 1101 This course introduces students to plane analytic geometry and calculus, with an emphasis on applications to engineering technology. Topics include sequences and series; lines; conic sections; translation and rotation of axes; limits; derivatives and their applications; integration and its applications; and a basic introduction to statistics, probability and empirical methods. Students must supply a graphing calculator for this course and be familiar with the use of computers. The recommended calculator type is the TI84 Plus or TI89. (6 contact hours: 3 lecture, 3 lab) [Catalog Entry]  
Course questions? Contact ENGINEERING DEPT. 5257085  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30344  LECTURE 
12

TR  01:00 PM02:10 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  E 221  MAIN 

4 
30345  LAB 
12

TR  02:15 PM03:30 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  E 221  MAIN 

0 
30347  LECTURE 
14

TR  05:15 PM06:25 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  E 103  MAIN 

4 
30349  LAB 
14

TR  06:30 PM07:45 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  E 103  MAIN 

0 
MATH 1330  Statistics Hlth Sciences [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: A grade of "SC" or better in MATH 0950 or placement test This course introduces the fundamental topics in statistics as they relate to the health science field. Topics include experimental design, graphical and numerical descriptive statistics, fundamentals of probability, the binomial and normal distributions, sensitivity analysis, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, regression analysis, chisquare analysis, and nonparametric tests. (3 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
31121  ONLINE 
FULL

    1/16/165/13/16 (F)  ONLINE  MAIN 

3 
31122  ONLINE 
5

    1/16/165/13/16 (F)  ONLINE  MAIN 

3 
31462  LECTURE 
3

MW  11:00 AM12:15 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C2047  MAIN 

3 
31463  LECTURE 
9

MW  12:30 PM01:45 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C2047  MAIN 

3 
31595  HYBRID 
1

T  01:00 PM02:15 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C1011  MAIN 

3 
MATH 1550  Statistics [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: A grade of "SC" or better in MATH 0950 or placement test This course covers introductory topics in statistics, including statistical methods used to gather, analyze, and present data; fundamentals of probability and probability distributions; inferential statistics through estimation and hypothesis testing; correlation and regression; tests for independence; and analysis of variance. (4 contact hours) Transfer Module [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30355  ONLINE 
1

    1/16/165/13/16 (F)  ONLINE  MAIN 

4 
30356  ONLINE 
FULL

    1/16/165/13/16 (F)  ONLINE  MAIN 

4 
30357  HYBRID 
2

R  01:00 PM02:50 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C2047  MAIN 

4 
31096  LECTURE 
3

MW  02:00 PM03:50 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C2047  MAIN 

4 
31264  LECTURE 
1

MW  04:00 PM05:50 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C2047  MAIN 

4 
31464  LECTURE 
3

MW  06:00 PM07:50 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C2047  MAIN 

4 
31465  LECTURE 
FULL

TR  10:00 AM11:50 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C2047  MAIN 

4 
31466  LECTURE 
FULL

MW  08:00 AM09:50 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C2047  MAIN 

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31467  LECTURE 
2

MW  10:00 AM11:50 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  OM106  EAST 

4 
MATH 1600  Survey/Math [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: A grade of "SC" or better in MATH 0950 or placement test This course explores systems of linear equations, GaussJordan elimination, matrices, matrix algebra, linear programming, simplex method, mathematics of finance, probability, statistics, random variables, and the binomial and normal distributions. Students must supply a graphing calculator. (3 contact hours) Transfer Module [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30354  LECTURE 
8

MW  11:00 AM12:15 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 209  MAIN 

3 
31123  LECTURE 
23

MW  07:15 PM08:30 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3078  MAIN 

3 
MATH 1650  College Algebra [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: A grade of "SC" or better in MATH 0950 or placement test This course investigates relations and functions numerically, analytically, and graphically. Topics include solutions of polynomial and rational equations and inequalities; exponential and logarithmic equations; systems of linear and nonlinear equations; conic sections; sequences and series; and mathematical modeling. Students will need to supply a graphing utility; the instructor will provide details. (4 contact hours) Transfer Module [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30358  LECTURE 
1

MW  08:00 AM09:50 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3019  MAIN 

4 
30359  LECTURE 
FULL

MTWR  10:00 AM10:50 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3080  MAIN 

4 
30360  LECTURE 
10

MTWR  11:00 AM11:50 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3080  MAIN 

4 
30361  LECTURE 
1

MW  02:00 PM03:50 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3080  MAIN 

4 
30363  LECTURE 
2

TR  02:00 PM03:50 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3018  MAIN 

4 
30364  LECTURE 
12

MW  06:00 PM07:50 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3080  MAIN 

4 
30366  ONLINE 
3

    1/16/165/13/16 (F)  ONLINE  MAIN 

4 
30859  ONLINE 
7

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30883  LECTURE 
2

TR  08:00 AM09:50 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3018  MAIN 

4 
30937  LECTURE 
FULL

MW  10:00 AM11:50 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3017  MAIN 

4 
31489  LECTURE 
7

TR  12:00 PM01:50 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3018  MAIN 

4 
31708  LECTURE 
1

MW  04:00 PM05:50 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3080  MAIN 

4 
31906  LECTURE 
PERM

    1/16/163/11/16 (P1)  KENSTON  OFFKN 

4 
MATH 1700  Trigonometry [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: MATH 1650 or placement test This course includes the study of trigonometric functions and inverse trigonometric functions and their graphs; solutions of right and oblique triangles and their applications; solutions of trigonometric equations; the use of identities, vectors, and complex numbers; and graphs of polar and parametric equations. Students will need to supply a graphing utility; the instructor will provide details. (3 contact hours) Transfer Module [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30381  LECTURE 
15

MW  08:00 AM09:15 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3017  MAIN 

3 
30383  LECTURE 
1

TR  09:30 AM10:45 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 210  MAIN 

3 
30384  LECTURE 
FULL

TR  12:30 PM01:45 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3080  MAIN 

3 
30871  LECTURE 
21

MW  05:45 PM07:00 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3017  MAIN 

3 
30884  ONLINE 
5

    1/16/165/13/16 (F)  ONLINE  MAIN 

3 
30982  LECTURE 
18

MW  12:30 PM01:45 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3078  MAIN 

3 
31159  LECTURE 
PERM

MTWRF  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  SOUTH  OFFWS 

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31266  LECTURE 
16

MW  09:30 AM10:45 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3078  MAIN 

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31468  LECTURE 
PERM

MTWRF  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  RIVERSIDE  OFFRH 

3  
31555  LECTURE 
11

TR  08:00 AM09:15 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C3078  MAIN 

3 
31664  LECTURE 
PERM

    1/16/165/13/16 (F)  MENTOR HS  OFFMH 

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31671  LECTURE 
PERM

    1/16/165/13/16 (F)  NORTH  OFFWN 

3 
31907  LECTURE 
PERM

    3/19/165/13/16 (P2)  KENSTON  OFFKN 

3 
MATH 1890  Finite Math [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: MATH 1650 or permission of instructor This course explores finite mathematics as applied to business, social sciences, and life sciences. Topics include linear systems of equations, GaussJordan, matrices, matrix algebra, Leontief InputOutput analysis, linear programming, simplex method, mathematics of finance, probability, statistics, random variables, binomial and normal distributions, Markov chains, and game theory. Student must supply a graphing calculator. (4 contact hours) Transfer Module [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30385  LECTURE 
8

TR  10:00 AM11:50 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  C2047A  MAIN 

4 
30386  LECTURE 
22

MW  08:00 PM09:50 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A2007  MAIN 

4 
MATH 2130  Business Statistics I [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: MATH 1040 or MATH 1050 or MATH 1600 or higher This course introduces students to the collection, analysis, and graphic presentation of data and the application of statistical methods to the solution of practical business problems. The course covers descriptive statistics, mathematics of probability, and statistical inference. This course is a requirement in the accounting program and several information technology and computer science programs. This course forms part of a twocourse sequence to meet the Ohio Transfer Assurance Guide (TAG) requirements for business statistics. Students must take both this course and MATH 2135 Business Statistics II for transfer purposes. Students who are considering transferring this course sequence should take MATH 1650 College Algebra in addition to or as a replacement for the mathematics courses required for their degree programs. (3 contact hours) TAG [Catalog Entry]  
Course questions? Contact ACCOUNTING DEPT. 5257085  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30107  LECTURE 
11

TR  01:00 PM02:15 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 215  MAIN 

3 
30738  ONLINE 
1

    1/16/165/13/16 (F)  ONLINE  MAIN 

3 
MATH 2135  Business Statistics II [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: MATH 2130 or permission of instructor This course is a continuation of the introduction to business statistics. The course introduces students to hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, regression and correlation analysis, nonparametric methods, statistical process controls, and the application of these methods to the solution of practical business problems. This course forms part of a twocourse sequence to meet the Ohio Transfer Assurance Guide (TAG) requirements for business statistics. Students must take both this course and MATH 2130 (Business Statistics I) for transfer purposes. (3 contact hours) TAG [Catalog Entry]  
Course questions? Contact ACCOUNTING DEPT. 5257085  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30945  LECTURE 
16

TR  05:45 PM07:00 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 132  MAIN 

3 
MATH 2400  Calculus for Business [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: MATH 1650 or permission of instructor This course explores differential and integral calculus as applied to business, social sciences, and life sciences. Topics include functions, limits, and derivatives of algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions; applications of derivatives to maximum and minimum values of a function; cost, revenue, profit, supply, and demand; growth rates; decay rates, definite and indefinite integrals, improper integrals, differential equations, multivariable calculus, applications of the integral, consumers' and producers' surplus, integration of rate functions, growth models, and CobbDouglas production functions. Students must supply a graphing calculator. (5 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
31469  HYBRID 
5

MW  12:30 PM01:55 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 218  MAIN 

5 
MATH 2500  Calc/Anly Geometry 1 [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: MATH 1700 or placement test This is the first course in a threesemester sequence study of differential and integral calculus for students majoring in mathematics, science, or engineering. Topics include limits and continuity, the derivative, differentiation, the differential, applications of differentiation, the indefinite integral, the definite integral, and the calculus of the transcendental functions. Students will need to supply a graphing utility; the instructor will provide details. (5 contact hours) Transfer Module [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30387  LECTURE 
9

MWF  08:00 AM09:25 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3018  MAIN 

5 
30388  LECTURE 
14

MWF  11:00 AM12:25 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 219  MAIN 

5 
30868  LECTURE 
17

TR  05:40 PM07:55 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3018  MAIN 

5 
MATH 2600  Calc/Anly Geometry 2 [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: MATH 2500 or permission of instructor This is the second course in a threesemester sequence study of differential and integral calculus. Topics include applications of integration, techniques of integration, L'Hopital's rule, improper integrals, sequences, infinite series, power series, Taylor's series, conic sections, parametric equations, polar coordinates, vectors, and applications. Students will need to supply a graphing utility; the instructor will provide details. (5 contact hours) Transfer Module [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
30389  LECTURE 
FULL

MWF  10:00 AM11:25 AM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3018  MAIN 

5 
31231  LECTURE 
16

MW  05:40 PM07:55 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3018  MAIN 

5 
31470  LECTURE 
17

MWF  12:30 PM01:55 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  T 210  MAIN 

5 
MATH 2700  Calc/Anly Geometry 3 [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: MATH 2500, MATH 2600; or permission of instructor This is the third course in a threesemester sequence study of differential and integral calculus. Topics include differential calculus of functions of more than one variable, directional derivative, gradients, applications of partial derivatives, multiple integration, and line integrals. Students will need to supply a graphing utility; the instructor will provide details. (4 contact hours) Transfer Module, TAG [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
31471  LECTURE 
25

TR  06:00 PM07:50 PM  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  A3017  MAIN 

4 
MATH 2850  Diff Equations [Description / Prerequisite]Prerequisite: MATH 2700 or permission of instructor This course includes a study of techniques for solving first order differential equations, techniques for solving linear differential equations, elementary applications, power series solutions, the RungeKutta method, the Laplace transform, and applications of differential equations to physical problems. Students will need to supply a graphing utility; the instructor will provide details. (4 contact hours) Transfer Module, TAG [Catalog Entry]  
CRN  Schedule  Seats  Days  Times  Dates  Room  Camp  Instructor  Cr 
31663  LECTURE 
PERM

MTRF  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  MENTOR HS  OFFMH 

4  
31665  LECTURE 
6

MTRF  1/16/165/13/16 (F)  PERRY HS  OFFPH 

4 