# Mathematics

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## MATH 021 Fundamental Mathematics 1

Effective Date: January 2016

Offered in a self-paced, small-class format, MATH 021 is the first of six levels of Adult Literacy Fundamental Mathematics, which will give students a strong foundation of basic math skills, concepts, vocabulary, and problem-solving strategies. Topics: place value, rounding, adding, and subtracting whole numbers to 100.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 6 lecture hours and 4 lab hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

*One of: *

*Camosun offers English and Math assessment testing to determine current level of skill. *

## MATH 022 Fundamental Mathematics 2

Effective Date: January 2016

Offered in a self-paced, small-class format, MATH 022 is the second of six levels of Adult Literacy Fundamental Mathematics, which will give students a strong foundation of basic math skills, concepts, vocabulary, and problem-solving strategies. Topics: place value, rounding, adding, and subtracting whole numbers to 1,000,000; multiplication facts.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 6 lecture hours and 4 lab hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 023 Fundamental Mathematics 3

Effective Date: January 2016

Offered in a self-paced, small-class format, MATH 023 is the third of six levels of Adult Literacy Fundamental Mathematics, which will give students a strong foundation of basic math skills, concepts, vocabulary, and problem-solving strategies. Topics: multiplying and dividing whole numbers, metric units, perimeter and area.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 6 lecture hours and 4 lab hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 024 Fundamental Mathematics 4

Effective Date: January 2016

Offered in a self-paced, small-class format, MATH 024 is the fourth of six levels of Adult Literacy Fundamental Mathematics, which will give students a strong foundation of basic math skills, concepts, vocabulary, and problem-solving strategies. Topics: place value, rounding, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals, metric/imperial measurement.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 6 lecture hours and 4 lab hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 025 Fundamental Mathematics 5

Effective Date: January 2016

Offered in a self-paced, small-class format, MATH 025 is the fifth of six levels of Adult Literacy Fundamental Mathematics, which will give students a strong foundation of basic math skills, concepts, vocabulary, and problem-solving strategies. Topics: simplifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions and mixed numbers.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 6 lecture hours and 4 lab hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 026 Fundamental Mathematics 6

Effective Date: January 2016

Offered in a self-paced, small-class format, MATH 026 is the sixth and final level of Adult Literacy Fundamental Mathematics, which will give students a strong foundation of basic math skills, concepts, vocabulary, and problem-solving strategies. Topics: ratio, rate, proportion, percent, decimal/fraction/percent equivalents, graphs and tables.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 6 lecture hours and 4 lab hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 037 Math for Professional Cook

Effective date: September 2016

Students in this course will complete a brief trades-oriented review of the basic computational and problem-solving skills required for further study in the Professional Cook Foundation program. Topics include: whole numbers, fractions, decimals, proportion, percentage.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 6 lecture hours and 4 lab hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics, Professional Cook
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

None.

## MATH 038 Math for General Trades

Effective date: January 2017

Students in this course will complete a brief trades-oriented review of the basic computational and problem-solving skills required for further study in various Trades Foundation programs. Topics: whole numbers, fractions, decimals, proportion, percent, powers, roots, graphs, formulas, measurement, and geometry.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 6 lecture hours and 4 lab hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

None.

## MATH 039 Basic Math for Healthcare

Effective date: January 2017

In this course, students learn topics in Adult Basic Education (ABE) Fundamental Mathematics such as whole numbers, decimals, fractions, proportions, percents, conversions and dosage calculations. These topics are needed for professional math competence in many health professions and for further study in Intermediate Mathematics. Students will focus on strengthening comprehension by solving real practice problems from occupational examples.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 6 lecture hours and 4 lab hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

*One of: *

*Camosun offers English assessment testing to determine current level of skill. *

## MATH 052 Intermediate Mathematics 1

Effective date: January 2017

In this course students will learn the practical computational and problem-solving skills required for daily life and for further study in intermediate-level algebra and math for trades. Topics include: proportion, percent, graphs, statistics, measurement, geometry, and trigonometry.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 6 lecture hours and 4 lab hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 053 Intermediate Mathematics 2

Effective date:

This course covers the second part of ABE Intermediate Math, and provides the introductory algebra and problem-solving skills required for further study in advanced-level algebra, math for technology, and any course or program that requires Math 10. Topics include: real numbers, algebraic expressions, equations, inequalities, graphing, and polynomials.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 6 lecture hours and 4 lab hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

*One of: *

**C**in MATH 052

*Camosun offers Math assessment testing to determine current level of skill. *

## MATH 057 Math for Electrical Trades

Effective date: January 2017

MATH 057 covers the algebra from MATH 053 plus modules on trigonometry and vectors, which provide the skills required for further study in Electrical Foundations, advanced-level mathematics, and any course or program that requires Math 10. Topics: real numbers, algebraic expressions, equations, inequalities, graphing, polynomials, trigonometry, and vectors.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 6 lecture hours and 4 lab hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

*One of: *

**C**in MATH 052

*Camosun offers Math assessment testing to determine current level of skill. *

## MATH 058 Applied Math for Ship Construction and Stability

Effective date: September 2019

Math 058 covers topics in mathematics needed to achieve competency in ship construction and stability calculations. Topics include a review of arithmetic, order of operations, exponents and roots, rational numbers, substituting data into formulae, manipulating algebraic equations and formulae, geometry, trigonometry, linear interpolation, graphing and change in cargo moments calculations. *Math 058 is a fully online math course designed for students needing to refresh their mathematics skills prior to enrolling in Ship Construction and Stability (NAUT-SCS4).*

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 60 online learning hours over 14 weeks
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $222.60 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

None.

## MATH 059 Intermediate Math for Ship Stability

Effective date: January 2012

Math 059 is designed for students enrolled in Ship Construction and Stability (NAUT SCS4) who need to refresh their mathematics skills. MATH 059 covers topics from ABE Intermediate Mathematics needed to achieve competency in ship stability calculations. Topics include substituting data into formulae, manipulating algebraic equations and formulae, geometry and trigonometry.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 0
- Format
- 8 lecture hours and 2 lab hours per week for 3 weeks
- Tuition
- $111.30 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

None.

Restricted course Open to students in NAUT SCS4 Ship Construction and Stability, Level 4.

## MATH 072 Advanced Mathematics 1

Effective Date: September 2019

This course provides the algebra skills required for statistics, criminal justice and some business programs. Topics include: linear equations and inequalities, rearranging formulas, linear equations in two variables, systems of linear equations, integer and rational exponents, polynomials and factoring.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 3 lab hours and 5 self-paced hours per week for 15 weeks
- Related programs
- Academic Upgrading
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 073 Advanced Mathematics 2

Effective Date: September 2019

This refresher course provides a foundation for the further study of mathematics. Topics include rational and radical expressions and equations, quadratic equations and functions, right triangle trigonometry, trigonometric functions of any angle and the Sine and Cosine Laws.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 3 lab hours and 5 self-paced hours per week for 15 weeks
- Related programs
- Academic Upgrading
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

*One of: *

**C**in Pre-Calculus 11**C**in Foundations of Math 12**C+**in MATH 072**C**in MATH 077**C+**in MATH 075**C+**in MATH 135

*Camosun offers Math assessment testing to determine current level of skill. *

## MATH 075 College Preparatory – Applications of Mathematics

Effective date: September 2019

Students will obtain fundamental algebra and graphical skills necessary for entry into business programs, the criminal justice program, and elementary statistics courses. Topics include a brief review of fractions, decimals, percentages and signed numbers; solving linear equations and inequalities in one variable; graphing linear equations and inequalities in two variables; function notation; systems of linear equations; integer and rational exponents; and fundamental statistical concepts.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 3
- Format
- 4 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Academic Upgrading
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

*One of: *

**C**in Foundations of Mathematics and Pre-Calculus 10**C**in MATH 053

*Camosun offers Math assessment testing to determine current level of skill. *

## MATH 077 College Preparatory – Mathematics 1

Effective date: September 2019

Students will develop the foundation in algebra and trigonometry that will enable further study of mathematics or satisfy program and entrance requirements for Precalculus 11. Topics include linear equations and inequalities; function notation; linear functions; systems of linear equations in two variables; polynomial, rational, and radical expressions and equations; quadratic functions and equations; and triangle trigonometry including the Sine and Cosine Laws.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 8 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Academic Upgrading
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 097 College Preparatory – Mathematics 2

Effective date: September 2019

Students will build the knowledge and skills in algebra and trigonometry necessary for entry into technical, vocational and career programs that require Math 12 equivalency as a prerequisite and for future study in higher-level math courses at college/university. Students will improve their knowledge of functions and graphs, expanding knowledge of exponential and trigonometric functions to enable analysis of applied problems.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Academic Upgrading
- Tuition
- $0 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 100 Calculus 1

Effective Date: September 2019

For mathematics and science students. Topics include limits, derivatives of algebraic, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions, applications of differentiation and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Students will complete some assignments using Maple.

Check transferability with the BC Transfer Guide • Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Engineering Transfer; Mathematics
- Tuition
- $429.75 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 101 Calculus 2

Effective date: September 2013

A continuation of MATH 100. Topics include: inverse and hyperbolic trigonometric functions, applications of integration, integration techniques, L'Hôpital's Rule, improper integrals, infinite series, Taylor series, parametric equations and polar coordinates. Students will complete some assignments using Maple.

Check transferability with the BC Transfer Guide • Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Engineering Transfer; Mathematics
- Tuition
- $429.75 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 107 Applied Precalculus

Effective date: September 2019

Students in life science, environmental studies, business, and social science will be prepared for applied calculus in their program of study. Students will review algebra, and study polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, sequences and series.

Note Only one of MATH 107 or MATH 115 may be used toward a Camosun credential. Students who have been away from algebra for more than two years should first refresh with MATH 073, MATH 077, MATH 137 or MATH 139.

Check transferability with the BC Transfer Guide • Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $429.75 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 108 Applied Calculus

Effective Date: September 2019

For students in biology, business, economics or the social sciences who require only one semester of calculus. Topics include limits, derivatives of algebraic, logarithmic, exponential and trigonometric functions, the definite and indefinite integral and integration by parts.

**Note: **Only one of MATH 100 or MATH 108 may be used toward a Camosun credential.

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $429.75 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

*One of: *

**C+**in Pre-calculus 12**C**in Pre-calculus 12 and**C**in Calculus 12**C+**in MATH 097**C**in MATH 107**C**in MATH 115

*Camosun offers Math assessment testing to determine current level of skill. *

## MATH 109 Finite Mathematics

Effective Date: September 2019

This course provides an introductory survey to material that is of particular interest to business, biology and social science students. Topics include a review of linear equations; sets and counting, including permutations and combinations; probability, including Bayes’ Theorem, random variables, expected value and the binomial distribution; matrix operations; solving systems of linear equations using a variety of methods, including Gauss-Jordan elimination and inverse matrices; linear programming using a geometric approach; Markov chains; annuities and amortization of loans; and basic logic, including implication and equivalence.

- Credits
- 3
- Format
- 4 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $343.80 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 115 Precalculus

Effective Date: September 2019

This course provides excellent preparation for MATH 100, Calculus 1. If your prerequisite is more than two years old, consider refreshing your skills with MATH 077 before taking MATH 115. Topics include polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions; sequences and series; and a brief introduction to calculus.

Note Only one of MATH 107 or MATH 115 may be used toward a Camosun credential.

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 6 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $515.70 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 125 Introduction to Linear Algebra

Effective date: January 2013

This course provides the fundamentals of linear algebra for mathematics, science and engineering students. Topics include: vectors, systems of linear equations, Gaussian reduction, matrices, vector spaces, change of basis, determinants, Cramer’s rule, eigenvectors, and complex numbers.

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Engineering Transfer; Mathematics
- Tuition
- $480.75 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Pre/Corequisites

## MATH 126 Basic Discrete Mathematics

Effective date: May 2016

This course, which primarily targets mathematics and computer science students, provides an introduction to discrete mathematics. Topics include logic, proof techniques including mathematical induction, basic set theory, functions, cardinality of sets, asymptotic notation, properties of integers, permutations and combinations, pigeonhole principle, recursive definitions, divide and conquer recurrence relations and a brief introduction to graphs.

- Credits
- 3
- Format
- 4 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $343.80 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 139 Algebra, Triangle Trigonometry, & Geometry

Effective Date: September 2019

This course prepares students heading to a Technology program for further study in applied Pre-Calculus. Students will learn about real numbers; linear equations and inequalities; function notation; exponents; polynomials; rational expressions; rational exponents and radicals; quadratic functions and equations; systems of linear equations in two variables; triangle trigonometry including the sine and cosine laws; and plane geometry.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 6 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Civil Engineering Technology Access; Computer & Engineering Technician Access; Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology Access; Mechanical Engineering Technology Access
- Tuition
- $515.70 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

*One of: *

**B**in Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10**C**in Pre-Calculus 11**B**in MATH 053**B**in MATH 057**C**in MATH 073**C**in MATH 077**B**in MATH 135**C**in MATH 137

*Camosun offers Math assessment testing to determine current level of skill. *

Restricted course Open to students in Civil Engineering Technology Access; Computer & Engineering Technician Access; Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology Access; and Mechanical Engineering Technology Access

## MATH 142 Reasoning About Numbers and Algebra for Education

Effective Date: September 2019

Designed for prospective elementary school teachers, this course provides students with a solid grounding in fundamental mathematical methods and concepts with which to teach math at an elementary school level. Topics include: reasoning about quantities, numeration systems and their properties, numerical operations with applications, mental computation and estimation, meaning for fractions and computing with fractions, multiplicative comparisons and reasoning, the set of real numbers and its subsets, elementary number theory, and basic algebra.

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Arts and Science Studies; University Transfer
- Tuition
- $580.50 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 143 Geometry and Probability for Elementary Education

Effective Date: September 2019

Designed for prospective elementary school teachers, this course provides students with a solid grounding in fundamental mathematical methods and concepts with which to teach math at an elementary school level. Topics include: polygons; polyhedra; symmetry; tessellations; similarity; transformation geometry; measurement basics, area, surface area, and volume; Pythagorean Theorem; combinations and permutations; and introduction to probability. A selection of recreational mathematics activities is included.

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Arts and Science Studies; University Transfer
- Tuition
- $580.50 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 155 Applied Math for Computing

Effective Date: September 2019

Students will learn mathematical concepts relevant to introductory computer programming. Students will study binary numbers, logic, Boolean algebra, sequences and series, and asymptotic (Big-O) notation. Applications to computer systems are included throughout the course.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 3
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week for 7 weeks
- Related programs
- Information and Computer Systems
- Tuition
- $580.50 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

Effective Date: September 2020

This course has been cancelled. Please see MATH 156

## MATH 156 Math and Stats for Computing

Effective Date: September 2020

Students will learn mathematical and statistical concepts relevant to introductory computer programming for development of programming and data interpretation skills. Students will study binary numbers, logic, Boolean algebra, sequences and series, and asymptotic (Big-O) notation, counting techniques, introductory probability, descriptive statistics, and confidence intervals.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology - Renewable Energy
- Tuition
- TBD plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 166 Applied Math for Electronics 1

Effective Date: September 2019

MATH 166 provides the first half of the applied mathematics necessary to achieve competency in electronics and computer engineering technology. Students will first review exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions, and then study complex numbers, an introduction to differential calculus of algebraic functions, applications of the derivative, differentiation of transcendental functions, and an introduction to matrix algebra. Applications to electronics are included throughout the course.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 3
- Format
- 4 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology - Renewable Energy
- Tuition
- $343.80 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 168 Applied Math for Electronics 2

Effective Date: September 2016

MATH 168 provides the second half of the applied mathematics necessary to achieve competency in electronics and computer engineering technology. Students will study integration of algebraic functions, basic applications of integration, methods of integration, differential equations, and a brief introduction to statistics. Applications to electronics are included throughout the course.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 3
- Format
- 4 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology - Renewable Energy
- Tuition
- $343.80 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 191 Applied Math for Civil/Mech 1

Effective Date: September 2019

Students will be introduced to the topics in introductory calculus and matrix algebra necessary to achieve competency in civil and mechanical engineering technology. In calculus, students will study limits; differentiation of algebraic, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions; applications of derivatives; indefinite and definite integrals; and applications of integrals. Students will also learn about matrix operations, matrix inverses, and solving 2x2 and 3x3 linear systems using a variety of methods. Applications to civil and mechanical engineering are included throughout the course.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Civil Engineering Technology; Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Tuition
- $429.75 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 193 Applied Math for Civil/Mech 2

Effective Date: September 2016

Students will continue to explore the integral calculus topics begun in MATH 191 and then be introduced to ordinary differential equations and to probability and statistics, with a focus on applications to civil and mechanical engineering technology. In calculus, students will study integration techniques, polar coordinates, and double integrals. Students then learn to solve introductory first and second order differential equations with applications. In probability and statistics, students will examine measures of centre and variability; discrete and continuous random variables; confidence intervals; and linear regression.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Civil Engineering Technology; Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Tuition
- $429.75 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 220 Multivariable Calculus

Effective Date: January 2016

This course is an introduction to multivariable calculus. Topics include: vectors, solid analytic geometry, differentiation of vectors, differential calculus of several variables, multiple integrals, and the theorems of Green, Gauss and Stokes.

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $429.75 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

**C**in MATH 101

## MATH 226 Elementary Differential Equations

Effective Date: January 2016

This course is an introduction to differential equations for students in mathematics, financial mathematics and economics, computer science, physics, and engineering. Topics include: first order differential equations, applications of first order equations, second order differential equations, applications of second order equations, power series solutions, Laplace transforms, first order linear systems, the phase plane, and an introduction to Fourier series.

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- $480.75 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

**C**in MATH 101

## MATH 235 Procedures in Maple

Effective date: January 2008

This course introduces science students to the power of the Maple computer algebra system. Topics include: commands to do algebra and calculus, interpretation of output, writing procedures in linear algebra and vector calculus.

- Credits
- 1.5
- Format
- 1 lecture hour and 2 lab hours per week
- Related programs
- Mathematics
- Tuition
- TBD plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

**C**in MATH 101

## MATH 250A Intermediate Calculus 1

Effective date: January 2017

This course in single variable calculus includes integrating using various techniques, evaluating limits in indeterminate forms, testing convergence and approximating value of infinite series, integrating in polar coordinates, and calculus of vector-valued functions.

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Tuition
- $429.75 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 250B Intermediate Calculus 2

Effective date: January 2017

This course in multivariable calculus includes evaluating partial derivatives, computing directional derivative and gradient, solving optimization problems using Lagrange Multipliers, setting up and evaluating multiple integrals for various applications in engineering, vector calculus, evaluating line integral using Green's Theorem, evaluating surface integral using divergence theorem, and evaluating line integral using Stokes' Theorem.

- Credits
- 3
- Format
- 4 lecture hours per week
- Tuition
- $343.80 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

## MATH 251 Matrix Algebra for Engineers

Effective date: January 2018

This course in matrix algebra includes solving linear systems, performing matrix operations, performing computations with complex numbers, finding determinants, performing vector operations in 2-space and 3-space, vector spaces, linear dependence and independence, orthogonality, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and linear transformations. Applications to engineering are provided throughout the course.

- Credits
- 4
- Format
- 5 lecture hours per week
- Related programs
- Engineering Bridge and Engineering Transfer
- Tuition
- $429.75 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

### Prerequisites

None.

Restricted course Open to students in Engineering Bridge and Engineering Transfer.

## MATH 252 Applied Differential Equations

Effective date: January 2017

This first course in differential equations includes solving and modeling with first-order differential equations, solving and modeling with linear differential equations of higher order including applications such as spring-mass systems, finding series solutions of linear differential equations, using Laplace transforms to solve linear initial value problems, and solving systems of linear differential equations. Applications to engineering are provided throughout the course.

- Credits
- 3
- Format
- 4 lecture hours per week
- Tuition
- $343.80 plus additional fees.
*Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.*

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