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Following certain course descriptions are the designations: F (Fall), Sp (Spring), Su (Summer) . These designations indicate the semester(s) in which the course is normally offered and are intended as an aid to students planning their programs of study.
323 College Geometry-3 hours. An introduction to the foundations of geometry. Topics from finite, Euclidean and Non-Euclidean geometries are explored. Properties of polygons, convexity and various geometric shapes are explored. Prerequisite: MATH 330. F
235 Calculus II-4 hours. Integrating and differentiating transcendental functions, applications of the integral, numerical integration techniques, and infinite series. This course satisfies the A2 category of the University Core Curriculum. Prerequisite: MATH 230 (grade of C or better). F, Sp, Su
331 Mathematical Models with Applications-3 hours. Techniques from algebra, calculus, probability and other areas of mathematics are employed to solve problems arising in the biological, physical and social sciences. Suitable for secondary school teachers. Prerequisite: MATH 230 or consent of instructor.
335 Calculus III-4 hours. Vectors in two and three dimensions, surfaces and space curves, partial differentiation, multiple integration with applications of each. This course satisfies the A2category of the University Core Curriculum. Prerequisites: MATH 235 (grade of C or better) or consent of instructor. F, Sp
353 Discrete Mathematics-3 hours. Topics in discrete methods, combinations, graph theory, and finite algebraic structures will be studied. The applications of these topics in computer science, physical and life science, as well as in social sciences makes the course valuable for students in many majors. Prerequisite: MATH 253 or consent of instructor.
375 Interest Theory and Mathematical Finance-4 hours. This course is an introduction to interest theory and mathematical finance; topics included are calculation of interest and yield rates; present, future, discounted and accumulated values; and time intervals involved in cash flow transactions. Both continuous and discrete time models will be considered. This course will provide the basic foundation for Exam FM administered jointly by the Society of Actuaries and Casualty Actuarial Society. This course does not satisfy the requirements for a degree in mathematics. Prerequisite: MATH 330 (grade of C or better).
391 The Teaching of Secondary School Mathematics-3 hours. The materials, devices, and methods of teaching mathematics in the high schools. Prerequisite: MATH 438 and EDUC 305. F
393 Pedagogical Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics-3 hours. This course is designed to provide students interactive experiences to design and enact mathematics instruction in grades K-8 and to assess the development of the mathematics learners. Prereq: Math 392 with a grade of C or better.
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