STA 2023

This course includes measures of central tendency and variability, probability, random variables, normal and binomial distributions, confidence intervals, tests of hypotheses, correlation and simple linear regression, descriptive and inferential techniques and concepts which apply to sample data which has been gathered from a population. 3 credits.

MAC 1105

This course covers the following topics: functions and functional notation, domain and ranges of functions, graphs of functions and relations, operations on functions, inverse functions, polynomial and rational functions, absolute value and radical functions, exponential and logarithmic properties, functions, and equations; and systems of equations and inequalities. 3 credits.

MAT 1100

This course builds the foundation for topics which include algebra, set theory, logic, geometry, probability, and statistics. This course develops mathematical maturity and selfefficacy through critical thinking skills, problem solving strategies, and communicating mathematically. 3 credits.

MAC 2311

This course is for students who need calculus for engineering, math, and science programs. Major topics include limits, differentiation of algebraic, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions; and applications of derivatives. The definite integral is developed, and its applications are investigated. This course is also offered online. 5 credits. 
MAT 1033

This course covers the following topics: factoring, algebraic fractions, radical and rational equations, complex numbers, quadratic equations, rational equations, linear equations and inequalities in one and two variables and their graphs, systems of linear equations and inequalities, and introduction to functions. 3 credits.


This course is designed as a capstone course for those students who are majoring in secondary mathematics education. This course consists of readings in the history and philosophy of mathematics and in current issues involving mathematics and society. Contributions from mathematicians such as Archimedes, Descartes, Fermat, Newton, Leibnitz, Euler and Gauss are discussed. Emphasis is given to how mathematics relates across disciplines as well as mathematical connections within the discipline. Fundamental ideas of high school mathematics are examined from an advanced standpoint. This course addresses specific state educational standards, subject matter competencies, and pedagogy pertinent to the discipline and required for certification. 3 credits.

MAC 1114

This covers the following topics: trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions with their properties and graphs, trigonometric identities, conditional trigonometric equations, solutions of triangles, vector algebra, parametric equations, polar coordinates, and applications. This course requires a graphic calculator. 3 credits.


This course shows students how to explore relationships and formulate conjectures in the areas of divisibility, congruence, Diophantine equations, the Euclidean algorithm, and numbertheoretic functions. Formal proofs are developed to support these conjectures. Other topics include the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic and classical theorems of number theory. Development of mathematical thinking is emphasized. 3 credits.
