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 MATH-0097 Beginning Algebra Course Description: This is a three (3) hour non-credit course in the fundamentals of arithmetic and elementary algebra. It is designed to prepare students who have deficiencies for MATH 0099 and it does not carry credit for graduation. Topics include arithmetic, geometry, real numbers, polynomials, linear equations in one variable, inequalities, factoring, and linear equations in two variables. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-0099 Intermediate Algebra Course Description: This course is a three (3) hour noncredit course that does not carry credit for graduation. It is designed to prepare students for college level mathematics by increasing their awareness of the structure of elementary mathematics. Emphasis is on principles, techniques, and applications of basic algebra. Topics include polynomials, rational expressions, exponents, radicals, calculator usage, linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, and graphs of equations in two variables. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-1001 Quantitative Skills and Reasoning Course Description: This course is an alternative in Area A of the Core Curriculum and is not intended to supply sufficient algebraic background for students who intend to take Pre-calculus or the Calculus sequence for science majors. This course places quantitative skills and reasoning in the context of experiences that students will likely encounter. It emphasizes processing information in context from a variety of representations, understanding of both the information and the processing, and understanding which conclusions can be reasonably determined. Syllabi: Spring 2014 MATH-1001 LXR MATH-1001 LXA Fall 2013 MATH-1001 L2B MATH-1001 L2C MATH-1001 03 MATH-1001 05 MATH-1001 06 MATH-1001 LB2 MATH-1001 L2I MATH-1001 09 MATH-1001 10 MATH-1001 LXB MATH-1001 LXC MATH-1001 LXI MATH-1001 11 MATH-1001 LBX Summer 2013 MATH-1001 01 Spring 2013 MATH-1001 LCF MATH-1001 02 MATH-1001 03 MATH-1001 04 MATH-1001 05 MATH-1001 06 MATH-1001 LXF Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-1101 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling Course Description: This course is an introduction to mathematical modeling using graphical, numerical, symbolic, and verbal techniques to describe and explore real-world data and phenomena. Emphasis is on the use of elementary functions to investigate and analyze applied problems and questions, supported by the use of appropriate technology, and of effective communication of quantitative concepts and results. Syllabi: Spring 2014 MATH-1101 01G MATH-1101 02G MATH-1101 03G Fall 2013 MATH-1101 01G MATH-1101 02G MATH-1101 03G Summer 2013 MATH-1101 01G MATH-1101 02G Spring 2013 MATH-1101 01G MATH-1101 02G Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-1111 College Algebra Course Description: This course is a functional approach to algebra that incorporates the use of appropriate technology. Emphasis will be placed on the study of functions, their graphs, inequalities, and linear, quadratic, piece-wise defined, rational, polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Appropriate applications will be included. Credit for this course is not allowed if the student already has credit for a higher-numbered mathematics course. Credit for this course is not allowed if the student already has credit for MATH 1113 or higher. Syllabi: Spring 2014 MATH-1111 01G MATH-1111 02G MATH-1111 03G MATH-1111 04G MATH-1111 05G MATH-1111 06G MATH-1111 07G MATH-1111 08G Fall 2013 MATH-1111 01 MATH-1111 01G MATH-1111 02G MATH-1111 03G MATH-1111 04G MATH-1111 05G MATH-1111 06G MATH-1111 L2B MATH-1111 04 MATH-1111 05 MATH-1111 06 MATH-1111 L2L MATH-1111 09 MATH-1111 10 MATH-1111 11 MATH-1111 12 MATH-1111 13 MATH-1111 14 MATH-1111 15 MATH-1111 18 MATH-1111 19 MATH-1111 20 MATH-1111 91 MATH-1111 92 MATH-1111 LXB MATH-1111 LXL MATH-1111 22 MATH-1111 07G MATH-1111 08G Summer 2013 MATH-1111 01G MATH-1111 02G MATH-1111 03G MATH-1111 04G MATH-1111 01 MATH-1111 02 MATH-1111 91 MATH-1111 U01 MATH-1111 U02 Spring 2013 MATH-1111 N01 MATH-1111 01 MATH-1111 03 MATH-1111 04 MATH-1111 05 MATH-1111 07 MATH-1111 08 MATH-1111 09 MATH-1111 10 MATH-1111 11 MATH-1111 12 MATH-1111 L2R MATH-1111 L2A MATH-1111 15 MATH-1111 16 MATH-1111 L2U MATH-1111 18 MATH-1111 01G MATH-1111 02G MATH-1111 03G MATH-1111 04G MATH-1111 05G MATH-1111 06G MATH-1111 91 MATH-1111 LXA MATH-1111 LXR MATH-1111 LXU Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-1113 Precalculus Course Description: This course is designed to prepare students for calculus, physics, and related technical subjects. Topics include an intensive study of algebraic and transcendental functions accompanied by analytic geometry. Credit for this course is not allowed if the student already has credit for MATH 1634. If course is taken through eCore, course is 3 credit hours. Syllabi: Spring 2014 MATH-1113 01G MATH-1113 02G MATH-1113 03G MATH-1113 04G MATH-1113 05G MATH-1113 06G Fall 2013 MATH-1113 01G MATH-1113 02G MATH-1113 03G MATH-1113 04G MATH-1113 05G MATH-1113 L2B MATH-1113 L2B MATH-1113 02 MATH-1113 02 MATH-1113 03 MATH-1113 03 MATH-1113 04 MATH-1113 04 MATH-1113 06 MATH-1113 06 MATH-1113 L2E MATH-1113 09 MATH-1113 09 MATH-1113 10 MATH-1113 10 MATH-1113 LXB MATH-1113 LXB MATH-1113 LXE MATH-1113 U01 MATH-1113 U01 Summer 2013 MATH-1113 01G MATH-1113 02G MATH-1113 03G MATH-1113 01 MATH-1113 01 MATH-1113 02 MATH-1113 02 Spring 2013 MATH-1113 01 MATH-1113 02 MATH-1113 02 MATH-1113 03 MATH-1113 03 MATH-1113 04 MATH-1113 04 MATH-1113 05 MATH-1113 06 MATH-1113 06 MATH-1113 07 MATH-1113 07 MATH-1113 01G MATH-1113 02G MATH-1113 03G MATH-1113 04G MATH-1113 05G MATH-1113 91 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00 to 4.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00 to 4.00
 MATH-1401 Introduction to Statistics Course Description: This is a course in basic statistics including descriptive methods, distributions, inference, and hypothesis testing. An eCore course only. Syllabi: Spring 2014 MATH-1401 01G MATH-1401 02G MATH-1401 03G MATH-1401 04G MATH-1401 05G Fall 2013 MATH-1401 01G MATH-1401 02G MATH-1401 03G MATH-1401 04G MATH-1401 05G Summer 2013 MATH-1401 01G MATH-1401 02G MATH-1401 03G Spring 2013 MATH-1401 01G MATH-1401 02G MATH-1401 03G MATH-1401 04G Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-1413 Survey of Calculus Course Description: A survey of the differential and integral calculus of polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions is given. Detailed applications to problems and concepts from business, economics and life science are covered. Syllabi: Spring 2014Fall 2013 MATH-1413 N01 MATH-1413 01 MATH-1413 02 MATH-1413 03 MATH-1413 04 MATH-1413 05 Summer 2013 MATH-1413 N01 MATH-1413 01 MATH-1413 02 Spring 2013 MATH-1413 N01 MATH-1413 01 MATH-1413 02 MATH-1413 03 MATH-1413 04 MATH-1413 05 MATH-1413 06 MATH-1413 07 MATH-1413 08 MATH-1413 09 MATH-1413 10 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-1501 Calculus I Course Description: An eCore course. Topics include functions, limits, continuity, the derivative, anti-differentiation, the definite integral, and applications. Syllabi: Spring 2014 MATH-1501 01G MATH-1501 02G MATH-1501 03G Fall 2013 MATH-1501 01G MATH-1501 02G Spring 2013 MATH-1501 01G MATH-1501 02G Credit Hours: Lecture: 4.00     Lab:     Total: 4.00
 MATH-1634 Calculus I Course Description: The first of a three-course sequence in calculus. Limits, applications of derivatives to problems in geometry and the sciences (physical and behavioral). Problems which lead to anti-derivatives. Syllabi: Spring 2014Fall 2013 MATH-1634 01 MATH-1634 01 MATH-1634 02 MATH-1634 02 MATH-1634 L2E MATH-1634 L2E MATH-1634 LXE MATH-1634 LXE MATH-1634 05 MATH-1634 05 Summer 2013 MATH-1634 01 MATH-1634 01 MATH-1634 02 MATH-1634 02 Spring 2013 MATH-1634 L2E MATH-1634 L2E MATH-1634 02 MATH-1634 02 MATH-1634 03 MATH-1634 03 MATH-1634 04 MATH-1634 04 MATH-1634 05 MATH-1634 05 MATH-1634 LXE MATH-1634 LXE Credit Hours: Lecture: 4.00     Lab:     Total: 4.00
 MATH-2008 Foundations of Numbers and Operations Course Description: This course is an Area F introductory mathematics course for early childhood education majors. This course will emphasize the understanding and use of the major concepts of numbers and operations. As a general theme, strategies of problem solving will be used and discussed in the context of various topics. Syllabi: Spring 2014Fall 2013 MATH-2008 01 MATH-2008 02 MATH-2008 03 MATH-2008 04 Summer 2013 MATH-2008 01 MATH-2008 91 Spring 2013 MATH-2008 01 MATH-2008 02 MATH-2008 03 MATH-2008 04 MATH-2008 05 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-2009 Sophomore Seminar Course Description: The impact of mathematics in the real world will be presented in the form of lectures, computer labs, and seminars offered by the department of mathematics faculty. The course includes problem solving sessions involving competition problems (e.g. Putnam, MCM, IMO,...) and the use of the technology and computer Algebra systems, such as Maple and Matlab. The course also explores applications of mathematics to the real world, its history and connection to other sciences through projects and reports. A final exam will assess their understanding of the subject matter discussed throughout the course. Syllabi: Spring 2014Spring 2013 MATH-2009 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 1.00     Lab:     Total: 1.00
 MATH-2063 Introductory Statistics Course Description: (Non-credit for mathematics major or minor). A non-calculus based introduction to methods of descriptive statistics, probability, discrete and continuous distributions, and other fundamental concepts or statistics. variance will be covered. Appropriate technology, a graphing calculator or statistical software package, will be used. Syllabi: Spring 2014Fall 2013 MATH-2063 01 MATH-2063 02 MATH-2063 03 MATH-2063 04 MATH-2063 05 MATH-2063 06 Summer 2013 MATH-2063 01 MATH-2063 02 Spring 2013 MATH-2063 N01 MATH-2063 01 MATH-2063 L2C MATH-2063 03 MATH-2063 LXC Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-2644 Calculus II Course Description: A continuation of MATH 1634. The definite integral and applications, calculus of transcendental functions, standard techniques of integration, sequences and series. Syllabi: Spring 2014Fall 2013 MATH-2644 01 MATH-2644 02 MATH-2644 03 MATH-2644 03 Summer 2013 MATH-2644 01 MATH-2644 01 Spring 2013 MATH-2644 01 MATH-2644 01 MATH-2644 L2E MATH-2644 L2E MATH-2644 03 MATH-2644 03 MATH-2644 LXE MATH-2644 LXE Credit Hours: Lecture: 4.00     Lab:     Total: 4.00
 MATH-2654 Calculus III Course Description: A continuation of MATH 2644. Topics include functions of two, three, and more variables, multiple integrals, and topics in vector calculus. Syllabi: Spring 2014Fall 2013 MATH-2654 01 MATH-2654 01 Summer 2013 MATH-2654 01 MATH-2654 01 Spring 2013 MATH-2654 01 MATH-2654 01 MATH-2654 2 MATH-2654 2 Credit Hours: Lecture: 4.00     Lab:     Total: 4.00
 MATH-2853 Elementary Linear Algebra Course Description: A concrete, applied approach to matrix theory and linear algebra. Topics include matrices and their connection to systems of linear equations, Gauss-Jordan elimination, linear transformations, eigenvalues, and diagonalization. The use of mathematical software is a component of the course. Syllabi: Spring 2014Fall 2013 MATH-2853 01 MATH-2853 02 Summer 2013 MATH-2853 01 Spring 2013 MATH-2853 01 MATH-2853 02 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-3003 Transition to Advanced Mathematics Course Description: A transition course to advanced mathematics. Topics include logic, set theory, properties of integers and mathematical induction, relations, and functions. Syllabi: Spring 2014Fall 2013 MATH-3003 01W Summer 2013 MATH-3003 01 Spring 2013 MATH-3003 01W Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-3063 Applied Statistics Course Description: A non-calculus based introductory statistics course in which descriptive statistics, probability, discrete and continuous distributions, hypothesis testing, and confidence intervals are studied. Basic coverage of regression and analysis of variance will be included. Appropriate technology, a graphing calculator, or statistical software package will be used. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-3243 Advanced Calculus Course Description: A rigorous introduction to the fundamental concepts of single-variable calculus. Topics included the real numbers, limits, continuity, uniform continuity, differentiation, integration, and sequences and series. Syllabi: Fall 2013 MATH-3243 01W Spring 2013 MATH-3243 01W Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-3303 Ordinary Differential Equations Course Description: Modeling with and solutions of ordinary differential equations, including operators, Laplace transforms, and series; systems of ODE's, and numerical approximations. Syllabi: Spring 2014 MATH-3303 02 Fall 2013 MATH-3303 01 Spring 2013 MATH-3303 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-3353 Methods of Applied Mathematics Course Description: Solutions of PDE's using orthogonal function systems. Studies of classical boundary-value problems, including the heat equation, wave equation, and potential. Integral transform and numerical methods of solutions. Syllabi: Fall 2013 MATH-3353 01 Spring 2013 MATH-3353 02 MATH-3353 03 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-3413 Survey of Modern Algebra Course Description: A survey of group, ring, and field theory. Topics include algebraic structures on the integers, the real numbers, and the complex numbers; modular arithmetic; the Euclidean Algorithm; group and ring homomorphisms and isomorphisms; and field extensions with applications to constructions. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-3703 Geometry for P-8 Teachers Course Description: (Non-credit for mathematics major or minor.) Special emphasis for teachers of grades P-8. Logic; real numbers; basic and transformational geometry; measurement, including the metric system; problem solving; methods and materials for teaching mathematics at the P-8 level. A continuation of MATH 2703. Syllabi: Spring 2014 MATH-3703 02 MATH-3703 51 MATH-3703 04 Fall 2013 MATH-3703 01 MATH-3703 02 Summer 2013 MATH-3703 01 Spring 2013 MATH-3703 01 MATH-3703 02 MATH-3703 51 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-3803 Algebra for P-8 Teachers I Course Description: (Non-credit for mathematics major or minor.) Special emphasis for teachers of grades P-8. Broadens understanding of the fundamental concepts of algebra, with particular attention to specific methods and materials of instruction. Special emphasis for teachers of grades P-8. Syllabi: Spring 2014 MATH-3803 91 MATH-3803 03 Fall 2013 MATH-3803 01 MATH-3803 02 MATH-3803 03 MATH-3803 51 Summer 2013 MATH-3803 01 MATH-3803 91 Spring 2013 MATH-3803 N01 MATH-3803 01 MATH-3803 03 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-3805 Functions & Modeling Course Description: This is a mathematics course designed to address the unique needs of future teachers of mathematics. It is required of UTEACH math majors and also counts toward their mathematics degree. In the course, students engage in explorations and lab activities designed to strengthen and expand their knowledge of the topics found in secondary mathematics. Syllabi: Spring 2014 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-3825 Research Methods Course Description: Specially designed to meet the needs of future teachers, students design and carry out four independent inquiries, which they write up and present in the manner that is common in the scientific community. Course is restricted to UTEACH students. Syllabi: Spring 2014 MATH-3825 01 Fall 2013 MATH-3825 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4003 Dynamical Systems Course Description: A computational introduction to dynamical systems. Topics include discrete and continuous systems, bifurcations, stability, and chaos: Julia and Mandelbrot sets, applications to biology and physics. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4013 Numerical Analysis Course Description: The practices and pitfalls of numerical computation. Topics include floating point representations; precision, accuracy, and error; numerical solution techniques for various types of problems; root finding, interpolation, differentiation, integration, systems of linear and ordinary differentiation. Syllabi: Fall 2013 MATH-4013 01 Spring 2013 MATH-4013 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4043 Number Theory Course Description: An in-depth study of selected topics in number theory. Syllabi: Fall 2013 MATH-4043 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4103 Operations Research Course Description: An introduction to linear and nonlinear programming. Topics include the formulation of linear programming models; the simplex method, duality and sensitivity; integer programming, the use of spreadsheets and software applications to solve constrained optimization problems. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4153 Applied Mathematical Modeling Course Description: An introduction to the creation and use of mathematical models. Mathematical techniques will be developed and applied to real systems in areas including chemistry, biology, physics and economics. Students will be expected to make written and oral presentations in a professional manner. This course will emphasize the creation and testing of models and discussions of errors and forecasting. Students will work on projects singly and as part of a group. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4203 Mathematical Probability Course Description: A calculus based statistics course with a strong emphasis on probability theory. Exercises are both theoretical and applied, including both discrete and continuous probability distributions such as the Binomial and Normal. The course provides the underlying theory and mathematically derived techniques of Statistics. Hypothesis testing for various parameters and regression are also discussed in this course. Syllabi: Spring 2014Summer 2013 MATH-4203 01 Spring 2013 MATH-4203 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4213 Mathematical Statistics Course Description: A continuation of MATH 4203, this course introduces certain discrete and continuous distributions such as the Poisson, Gamma, T and F. The course also provides an introduction to multivariate distributions. Estimation techniques such as the method of moments and maximum likelihood are discussed along with properties such as unbiasedness, efficiency, sufficiency and consistency of estimators. Syllabi: Fall 2013 MATH-4213 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4233 College Geometry Course Description: An introduction to Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries developed with the study of constructions, transformations, applications, and the rigorous proving of theorems. Syllabi: Spring 2014Spring 2013 MATH-4233 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4253 Real Analysis Course Description: An introduction to measure theory and integration. Topics include metric spaces, measure and integration, elementary functional analysis, and function spaces. Syllabi: Spring 2014Spring 2013 MATH-4253 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4313 Advanced Ordinary Differential Equations Course Description: Advanced topics in the theory of ordinary differential equations. Topics include existence theory, linear systems, phase plane analysis, asymptotic behavior of solutions, stability of linear systems, Lyapounov's second method and applications. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4353 Complex Analysis Course Description: A study of the theory of complex functions and their applications, including analytic and elementary functions; derivatives and integrals; The Cauchy Integral Theorem and contour integration; Laurent series; the theory of residues; conformal mapping; and applications. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4363 Partial Differential Equations Course Description: Classical methods used in partial differential equations. Topics include data propagating along characteristics, classification of systems of the first order equation, the method of transforms and separation of variables, and typical applications of the wave and heat equations. Syllabi: Summer 2013 MATH-4363 01 Spring 2013 MATH-4363 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4413 Abstract Algebra I Course Description: The first of a two-course, in-depth, rigorous study in topics in the theory of groups, rings and fields. Syllabi: Spring 2014 MATH-4413 01 Fall 2013 MATH-4413 01 Summer 2013 MATH-4413 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4423 Abstract Algebra II Course Description: A continuation of MATH 4413. Topics include linear groups, group representations, rings, factorization, modules, fields, and Galois Theory. Syllabi: Spring 2014 MATH-4423 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4473 Combinatorics Course Description: An introduction to combinatorics. Topics include the pigeonhole principle, combinations, permutations, distributions, generating functions, recurrence relations, and inclusion-exclusion. Syllabi: Spring 2013 MATH-4473 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4483 Graph Theory Course Description: An introduction to the fundamental concepts of graph theory. Topics include isomorphisms, Euler graphs, Hamiltonian graphs, graph colorings, trees, networks, planarity. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4513 Linear Algebra I Course Description: The first course in a comprehensive, theoretically-oriented, two-course sequence in linear algebra. Topics include vector spaces, subspaces, linear transformations, determinants, and elementary canonical forms. Syllabi: Spring 2014Fall 2013 MATH-4513 01 Summer 2013 MATH-4513 01 Spring 2013 MATH-4513 01 MATH-4513 02 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4523 Linear Algebra II Course Description: A continuation of MATH 4513. Topics include rational and Jordan forms, inner product spaces, operators on inner product spaces, and bilinear forms. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4613 Introduction to Topology Course Description: An elementary but rigorous study of the topology of the real line and plane and an introduction to general topological spaces and metric spaces. Emphasis placed on the properties of closure, compactness, and connectedness. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4713 Probability and Statistics for P-8 Teachers Course Description: Non-credit for mathematics major or minor. Special emphasis for teachers of grades P-8. Broadens understanding of the fundamental concepts of probability and statistics, with particular attention to specific methods and materials of instruction. Syllabi: Spring 2014Fall 2013 MATH-4713 01 MATH-4713 02 MATH-4713 03 MATH-4713 51 MATH-4713 91 Summer 2013 MATH-4713 01 MATH-4713 91 Spring 2013 MATH-4713 N01 MATH-4713 01 MATH-4713 02 MATH-4713 N02 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4753 Trigonometry and Calculus for the P-8 Teacher Course Description: Non-credit for mathematics major or minor. An introduction to the foundations of trigonometry, analytic geometry, and calculus. Designed especially for teachers of grades P-8. Helps promote a better understanding of the content, scope, and sequence of the P-12 mathematics curriculum. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4773 Number Theory for P-8 Teachers Course Description: Non-credit for mathematics major or minor. Elementary number theory with emphasis on relevance to teaching at the P-8 level. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4803 Analysis of Variance Course Description: This course involves a thorough examination of the analysis of variance statistical method including hypotheses tests, interval estimation, and multiple comparison techniques of both single-factor and two-factor models. Extensive use of a statistical computer package, Minitab, will be a necessary part of the course. Syllabi: Spring 2014Spring 2013 MATH-4803 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4813 Regression Analysis Course Description: This course involves a thorough examination of both simple linear regression models and multivariate models. The course requires extensive use of statistical software for confidence intervals, statistical tests, statistical plots, and model diagnostics. Syllabi: Spring 2013 MATH-4813 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4823 Applied Experimental Design Course Description: This course provides an introduction to design and analysis of planned experiments. Topics will include one and two-way designs; completely randomized designs, randomized block designs, Latin-square and factorial designs. Use of technology will be an integral part of this course. Syllabi: Fall 2013 MATH-4823 01 Summer 2013 MATH-4823 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4833 Applied Nonparametric Statistics Course Description: This course will involve the study of several nonparametric tests including the Runs test, Wilcoxon signed rank and rank sum test, Kruskal, Wallis and Friedman F test. These tests will include applications in the biological sciences, engineering, and business areas. A statistical software package will be used to facilitate these tests. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4843 Introduction to Sampling Course Description: This course will consider applied principles and approaches for conducting a sample survey, designing a survey, and analyzing a survey. Syllabi: Fall 2013 MATH-4843 01 Spring 2013 MATH-4843 01 Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4853 An Introduction to the History of Mathematics Course Description: The development of mathematics from prehistoric times through late 19th century/early 20th century is explored. Emphasis is given to key people, problems, cultural influences for various historic periods that have shaped what we think of as contemporary mathematics. Prerequisite: Completion of core-level mathematics, ENGL 1102 or consent of instructor. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4863 Algebra for P-8 Teachers II Course Description: Non-credit for mathematics major or minor. A continuation of MATH 3803. Topics include inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions; systems of equations and inequalities ;matrices and determinants; sequences and series; the Binomial Theorem; and mathematical induction. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4885 Special Topics in Applied Statistics Course Description: This course will be taught from a variety of statistical topics such as statistical quality control, applied time series, game theory, etc. Prerequisite: Dependent upon course title. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture: 3.00     Lab:     Total: 3.00
 MATH-4983 Senior Project Course Description: A faculty-directed independent research project culminating in the writing of a paper and an oral presentation of the results of the project. Prerequisite: Senior standing as a mathematics major. Syllabi: Spring 2014 MATH-4983 01 MATH-4983 02 Fall 2013 MATH-4983 01 MATH-4983 02 Summer 2013 MATH-4983 01 MATH-4983 02 MATH-4983 03 Spring 2013 MATH-4983 01 MATH-4983 02 MATH-4983 03 MATH-4983 04 MATH-4983 05 Credit Hours: Lecture: 1.00     Lab:     Total: 1.00
 MATH-4985 Special Topics in Mathematics Course Description: Courses in selected areas upon demand. Titles will be specified at time of offering. Syllabi: Credit Hours: Lecture:     Lab: 1.00 to 3.00     Total: 1.00 to 3.00