We offer three courses that will help prepare you for your
collegelevel courses in mathematics. These courses do not
count toward the mathematics credits required for graduation.
MAT
0018
Developmental Mathematics I
This course introduces
students to the basic topics of arithmetic and measurement
of geometric figures. Students will add, subtract,
multiply, and divide whole numbers, fractions and
decimals. Students will solve problems involving
proportions and percents.
MAT 0028
Developmental Mathematics
II
This course introduces
students to the basic concepts of algebra. Students
will simplify or perform operations on signed numbers,
radicals, polynomials, and expressions containing
exponents; factor polynomials; solve and graph linear
equations and inequalities in one variable; graph linear
equations in two variables; solve related applications.
MAT
0022C
Developmental Mathematics Combined
This is a course that integrates topics of
arithmetic and algebra. It covers the topics of the two
courses above plus a few additional topics. To successfully
complete this course (grade of S), you will need to:
The grade of S in either MAT 0020 or MAT 0024 allows you to
proceed to MAT 1033. If you earn a P or U in any of the
above courses, then you should speak to the instructor to determine what mathematics course you
should take the next semester.
STUDY SESSIONS AND LABORATORY HOURS
All college preparatory mathematics courses have required
study sessions and laboratory hours. The study sessions are
designed to give students an opportunity to communicate with
each other about their course work, to get individualized help
from the study session facilitator, to review for exams, and
in some cases to work on courserelated projects. The
laboratory hours are independent of the study sessions and may
be completed in the Mathematics Laboratory. The Mathematics
Laboratory is located in room 2223. Its hours of operation
are: MTWR 8:000 AM 9:00 PM, F 8:000 AM  4:00 PM, SAT 8:00
AM4:00 PM. You do not need an appointment. In the math lab we
have computer software, tutors, graphing calculators, and
videotapes to help you attain the goals of your mathematics
course. You will need to check in and out of the lab each time
you are there to earn the credit for the lab hour
requirement. Students taking MAT 0024 in eight
weeks must complete their lab hour requirements by the end of
those eight weeks.
TRANSITION COURSE
MAT 1033 Intermediate Algebra
Through this course students
develop various concepts of Algebra. Students will solve
linear, quadratic, rational, and radical equations; graph
linear equations and inequalities in one variable; graph
linear equations in two variables; solve and graph systems of
linear equations and inequalities in two variables; simplify
rational expressions; simplify expressions containing rational
exponents; simplify complex numbers; solve related
applications.

MGF 1106 Mathematics for Liberal Arts I
Topics include sets, logic, Euclidean geometry, probability, and
statistics. This course includes the competencies of the mathematics portion of
the CLAST (College Level Academic Skills Test) with the exception of algebra and
arithmetic competencies. (3 credits)
Prerequisite: MAT 1033 or appropriate placement test score
MGF 1107 Mathematics for Liberal Arts II
This course introduces the student to the concepts of
financial mathematics, linear and exponential growth, numbers and number
systems, history of mathematics, elementary number theory, voting techniques,
and graph theory.
Prerequisite: MAT 1033 or appropriate placement test score
MGF 1120 Basic Probability
This course introduces the student to topics in probability and
statistics from a realworld perspective. (1 credit)
MAC 1105 College Algebra
This course introduces the student to the concept of functions
and their graphs. Students will graph linear, quadratic, rational, exponential,
logarithmic, radical, power, and absolute value functions and transformations;
perform operations on and compositions of functions; find the inverse of a
function; apply the laws of logarithms to simplify expressions and solve
equations; graph nonlinear inequalities; solve related applications and
modeling problems.
Prerequisite: MAT 1033 or appropriate placement test score
MAC 1105L College Algebra
Laboratory
This course is intended to accompany and support MAC 1105.
The competencies of this laboratory course have been introduced in the
accompanying lecture course. (1 credit/2
hours)
MTG 2204 Geometry for Educators
This course emphasizes Euclidean geometry. The course
includes measurement and properties of plane and solid figures, sets, logic, and
proofs. (3 credits)
Prerequisite: MAC 1105
MTG 2204L Geometry for Educators Laboratory
This is an accompanying laboratory to MTG 2204 in which students
perform constructions, work on projects and presentations, and use technology in
exploring geometric properties and patterns. (1 credit/2 hours)
MAC 2233 Business Calculus
An introduction to the basic concepts of differential and
integral calculus for business majors. Topics include limits; continuity;
differentiation and integration of polynomial, logarithmic and exponential
functions with applications to business. (3 credits)
Prerequisite: MAC 1105 or equivalent or permission of the
department chairperson.
MAC 1140 PreCalculus Algebra
This course is primarily designed for students who are
majoring in areas that require one or more courses in the calculus sequence. The
student will analyze and graph algebraic, exponential, logarithmic,
piecewisedefined functions and conic sections. The student will solve
polynomial, exponential and logarithmic equations, as well as systems of linear
and nonlinear equations. The student will identify arithmetic and geometric
sequences and series and solve related problems. The student will use the
Binomial Theorem to expand polynomials and solve related problems. The student
will use mathematical induction to prove statements regarding the properties of
natural numbers. The student will solve applications and modeling problems
related to the above topics. (3 hrs. lecture)
Prerequisite: MAC 1105 or equivalent or permission of the
department chairperson.
MAC 1114 Trigonometry
Topics include right triangle trigonometry; trigonometric
functions of special angles; graphs of trigonometric functions and their
inverses; trigonometric identities including sums and differences of angles,
double angle, half angle, power reduction, sum to product, and product to sum;
trigonometric equations; introduction to vectors; parametric equations; polar
coordinates; arcs and sectors; dampened waves; complex numbers. (3 credits)
Prerequisite: MAC 1105 or equivalent or permission of the
department chairperson.
MAC 1147 PreCalculus Algebra and Trigonometry
Topics include all of the topics of MAC 1114 and MAC 1140 (5
credits)
Prerequisite: MAC 1105 or equivalent or permission of the
department chairperson.
MAC 2311 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
Introduction to analytic geometry; limits; continuity;
differentiation of algebraic and trigonometric functions; differentials;
introduction to integration and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus;
applications of the definite integrals and derivatives. 5 Credits.
Prerequisites: MAC 1114 and MAC 1140, or MAC 1147, with a grade
of "C" or better or departmental permission. (5 credits)
MAC 2312 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
Topics include techniques of integration; applications of
integration; differentiation and integration of trigonometric, exponential,
logarithmic, and hyperbolic functions and their inverses; sequences and series;
conics; parametric equations and polar coordinates; improper integrals. (4
credits)
Prerequisite: MAC 2311
MAC 2313 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
Topics include analytic geometry of three dimensions, vectors
and vectorvalued functions, curves and surfaces in threespace, partial
differentiation and applications, multiple integrals and their applications,
line integrals, and Green’s Theorem. (4 cr)
Prerequisite: MAC 2312
MAP 2302 – Introduction to Differential Equations.
Topics include equations of first order, linear equations with
constant coefficients, nonhomogeneous equations, variation of parameters,
solution using Laplace Transforms, elementary existence theorems, series
solutions, and applications to physics and chemistry. (3 cr)
Prerequisite: MAC 2312
MAS 2103 Linear Algebra
Topics include vectors, coordination of space, linear
independence and basis, equations in 3space, linear transformations, matrices,
rank, and nullity. (3 cr)
Prerequisite: MAC 2311
STA 2023 – Statistical Methods I
The student in this course will acquire knowledge in the
following topics: collecting, grouping, and presenting data; measures of central
tendency and dispersion; probability; testing hypotheses; confidence intervals,
and correlation. (3 hr. lecture)
Prerequisite:
MAT 1033 or appropriate placement test score
MAD 1100 
Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
This course introduces students to the
principles of discrete mathematics that apply to computer science. Topics
include set theory, logic, Boolean algebra, number theory, vectors and matrices,
combinatorics, probability, relations, functions, and basic graph theory.
Prerequisite: MAC1105.
MAD 2104 
Discrete Mathematics
Topics include: Formal logic; set
theory; combinatorics; mathematical induction; relations and functions;
recursion; graph theory. (3 hrs. lecture)
Prerequisite: MAC 1140 with a grade of
C or better or equivalent.
MAC 2930  Integrated
Precalculus and Calculus, Part 1
This is the first of a two course
sequence in which the student will explore topics from Calculus and Precalculus
in an approach that integrates the two. (5 credits)
Prerequisite: MAC1105 with a grade of C or
better or equivalent
MAC 2931  Integrated
Precalculus and Calculus, Part 2
This is the second of a two course sequence in
which the student will explore topics from Calculus and Precalculus in an
approach that integrates the two. (5 credits)
Prerequisite: Integrated Precalculus and
Calculus, Part 1, with a grade of C or better.
