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Mathematics

## Courses

### MATH1100: Liberal Arts Mathematics

Credits 3### MATH1300: College Algebra

Credits 3### MATH1400: Trigonometry

Credits 3### MATH2010: Fundamental Mathematical Structures I

Credits 3### MATH2020: Fundamental Mathematical Structures II

Credits 3Includes probability and statistics, basic geometric concepts and measurement, constructions, congruence, similarity and transformations. Laboratory activities are included.

Prerequisite course or Instructor's approval

### MATH2240: Elementary Statistics

Credits 3Introduction to statistical terminology and basic concepts, including common uses and misuses of statistics. Topics include experimental design, sampling, descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, probability, and tests of significance. This is a valuable course for students in all majors. This course satisfies the general education mathematics competency requirement.

ACT Math score of 21 or higher, or SAT Math score of 570 or higher, or Accuplacer Elementary Algebra score of 74 or higher, or Accuplacer QRAS score of 250 or higher, or credit for MATH0900, or instructor's approval.

### MATH2310: Discrete Mathematics

Credits 3An introduction to graph theory, logical operators, mathematical induction, enumeration and Boolean algebra. Students need to verify they have the prerequisites the first day of class.

MATH1300 with a grade of C or better

### MATH2510: Calculus I

Credits 4### MATH3320: Linear Algebra

Credits 3A study of vector spaces, linear transformations, matrices, determinants and systems of equations. Special attention is given to the connection between linear transformations and matrices.

### MATH3570: Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools

Credits 2This course explores strategies for teaching math in secondary schools. A major focus of the class will be moving secondary students through enactive, iconic, and symbolic representation for concepts in the five major areas of math: algebra, functions, geometry, statistics/probability, and number/quantity. Other topics will include standards alignment, technology integration, and assessment. (See EDUC7657) Field Experience: 20 to 40 hours depending on endorsement areas.