A Guide to 100level Math Courses
MAT Courses – Taught by the Department of Applied Arts
and Sciences
MAT 002D
Prealgebra
4cr. 
Offered every term. Arithmetic and basic algebra
skills needed for
Introductory Algebra. Topics include integers and rational numbers,
decimals and percentages with applications, ratios and proportions
with applications, single variable linear equations with applications,
exponents, factoring , and an introduction to polynomials. Credit does
not count toward an associate of arts or baccalaureate degree. 
MAT 005D
Introductory
Algebra 4 cr. 
Offered every term. Review of arithmetic
principles of integers and
rational numbers, linear equations in one or two unknowns , and
operations with polynomials and rational expressions. Credit does not
count toward an associate of arts or baccalaureate degree. 
MAT 100D
Intermediate
Algebra 3 cr 
Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., MAT 005 or
appropriate
placement score. Topics include linear equations and systems of linear
equations, inequalities, applications and graphing; polynomials;
rational expressions and equations; radicals, rational exponents and
complex numbers; quadratic equations ; introduction to exponential
and logarithmic functions. Credit does not count toward an associate
of arts or baccalaureate degree. 
MATH Courses – taught by the Department of Mathematical
Sciences
MATH 107
Contemporary
Mathematics
3 cr. 
Offered every term. Prereq., MAT 005 with a grade
of B or better, or
MAT 100, or LEVEL 3 placement score. An introduction to mathematical
ideas and their impact on society. Intended for students wishing to
satisfy the general education mathematics requirement. 
MATH 109
Numbers as
News 3 cr. 
Offered spring. Prereq., MAT 005 with a grade of
B or better, or MAT
100, or LEVEL 3 placement score. An exploration of mathematics and
statistics as used in the popular media. For students in the School of
Journalism only. 
MATH 111
College
Algebra 3 cr. 
Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., MAT 100 or
LEVEL 4 placement
score. Intended to strengthen algebra skills. The study of functions and
their inverses; polynomial, rational, exp onential and logarithmic
functions. Credit not allowed for both MATH 111 and any of MAT 118,
MAT 120 and MATH 121. 
MATH 112
Functions and
Trigonometry
3 cr. 
Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., MATH 111 or
LEVEL 4 placement
score. Preparation for calculus based on college algebra. Review of
functions and their inverses, exponential and logarithmic functions.
Trigonometric functions and identities, polar coordinates and an
optional topic such as conic sections or parametric functions. Credit
not allowed for both MATH 112 and any of MAT 119, MAT 120 and
MATH 121. 
MATH 117
Probability
and Linear
Mathematics 3
cr. 
Offered every term. Prereq.,MAT 005 with a grade
of B or better, or
MAT 100, or LEVEL 3 placement score. Systems of linear equations and
matrix algebra. Introduction to probability with emphasis on models
and probabilistic reasoning. Examples of applications of the material in
many fields. Credit not allowed for both MAT 117 and MATH 117. 
MATH 121
Precalculus 4
cr. 
Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., LEVEL 4
placement score. A onesemester
preparation for calculus (as an alternative to MATH 111112).
Functions of one real variable are introduced in general and then
applied to the usual elementary functions, namely polynomial and
rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric
functions, and miscellaneous others. Inverse functions, polar
coordinates and trigonometric identities are included. Credit not
allowed for both MATH 121 and any of MAT 118, MAT 119, MAT 120,
MATH 111 or MATH 112. 
MATH 130
Mathematics
for Elementary
Teachers 5 cr. 
Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., MAT 100 or
LEVEL 4 placement
score. Open only to elementary education majors. Topics include
problemsolving, sets and logic, functions, whole numbers, integers,
rational numbers, real numbers, number theory, probability and
statistics. 
MATH 150
Applied
Calculus 4 cr. 
Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., one of MATH
111, 112, or 121, or
“OUT of LEVEL 4” placement score. Introductory course surveying the
principal ideas of differential and integral calculus with emphasis on
applications and computer software. Mathematical modeling in
discrete and continuous settings. Intended primarily for students who
do not plan to take higher calculus. 
MATH 152
Calculus I 4 cr. 
Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., MATH 112 or
121 or “OUT of LEVEL
4” placement score. Differential calculus, including limits, continuous
functions, In termediate Value Theorem, tangents, linear approximation,
inverse functions, implicit differentiation, extreme values and the Mean
Value Theorem. Integral Calculus including antiderivatives, definite
integrals, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. 
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