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MAT 113 Introductory Algebra

This course review the structure of algebra, including numbers and their properties, exponents, equations and inequalities, polynomials, functions and graphs. Four credit hours. Offered as needed.

MAT 116 Mathematics for Veterinary Technology

This course emphasizes the mathematical concepts and skills used in the practice of veterinary technology. Topics include fractions, percentage, the metric system, dimensional analysis, scientific notation, unit conversions, equations, graphs, and logarithms. Prerequisites: None. Four credit hours. Offered as needed.

MAT 117 Mathematics for the Applied Sciences

This course emphasizes the mathematical concepts and skills used in the science fields.  Topics covered include fractions, percentage, the metric system, dimensional analysis, scientific notation, unit conversions, equations, graphs, and logarithms. Four credit hours. Prerequisites: None.

MAT 121 Mathematical Applications 

This course provides an introduction to the basic mathematical concepts, techniques, and applications associated with the fields of business and management. Topics include the algebra of linear equations, graphing, compound interest, set theory, and mathematical reasoning. Four credit hours. Offered as needed.

MAT 203 Statistics for Today’s Businesses

This course presents an introduction to data collection and interpretation, descriptive and inferential statistics, sampling, hypothesis testing, and probability distribution as they apply to business planning and decision making.  Emphasis is placed on the use of statistical software for data analyses and the ethical uses of statistics. Four credit hours. Offered as needed.

MAT 205 Math for IS

This course provides a survey of college mathematics with emphasis placed on the nature of mathematics, problem solving, and thinking patterns. Topics covered will be selected from the areas of algebra, geometry, systems of numeration and unit analysis. Mathematical topics integral to computing are also covered, including Boolean logic and algorithmic analysis. Students will apply concepts to individual and group problem solving. Four credit hours. Offered as needed.