## Mathematics (MATH)

**MATH 095 College Prep Mathematics**

(3 Credits, Fall/Spring/Summer)

College Prep Mathematics is designed to prepare students for transfer level college math courses through mastery-based learning-lab instruction. Students who place below a transfer level course appropriate for their major will enroll in College Prep Mathematics. A diagnostic test will be administered to create an individualized curriculum for each student. Mastery of units 1-4 is necessary for a student to meet the prerequisite for MATH 123 (Math in Modern Society). Mastery of units 1-12 is necessary for a student to meet the prerequisite for MATH 143 (College Algebra) or MATH 153 (Elementary Statistics). PREREQ: Satisfactory placement score.

**MATH 122 Math in Modern Society Plus**

(2 Credits, Fall/Spring/Summer)

This course provides additional instruction and support for MATH 123 in the form of hands-on work with real-world problems including problem solving strategies, multiple numeration systems, solving and graphing algebraic equations, statistics, probability, and personal finance. PREREQ: Satisfactory placement score. COREQ: MATH 123P.

**MATH 123 Math in Modern Society**

(3 Credits, Fall/Spring/Summer)

This survey course provides an opportunity to acquire an appreciation of the nature of mathematics and its relation to other aspects of our culture. The course is rigorous but not rigid and applies mathematics to real-world problems. PREREQ: Mastery of units 1-4 in MATH 095 or equivalent placement score. *(This CWI course meets Idaho State Board GEM competency requirements in GEM 3 - Mathematical Ways of Knowing.)*.

**MATH 123P Math in Modern Society**

(3 Credits, Fall/Spring/Summer)

This survey course provides an opportunity to acquire an appreciation of the nature of mathematics and its relation to other aspects of our culture. The course is rigorous but not rigid and applies mathematics to real-world problems. PREREQ: Satisfactory placement score. COREQ: MATH 122. *(This CWI course meets Idaho State Board GEM competency requirements in GEM 3 - Mathematical Ways of Knowing.)*.

**MATH 130 Finite Mathematics**

(4 Credits, Fall/Spring)

This course is designed for students pursuing degrees in business, criminal justice, education, nursing, sociology, and related fields. Course topics include functions, linear and nonlinear mathematical models, systems of linear equations, linear programming, matrix algebra and applications, mathematics of finance, elementary probability, and statistics. PREREQ: Mastery of units 1-12 in MATH 095 or equivalent placement score. *(This CWI course meets Idaho State Board GEM competency requirements in GEM 3 - Mathematical Ways of Knowing.)*.

**MATH 142 College Algebra Plus**

(2 Credits, Fall/Spring/Summer)

This course provides additional instruction and support for MATH 143, College Algebra. This course includes fundamental concepts of algebra; equations and inequalities; functions and graphs; polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions; systems of equations and inequalities; conics; and the Binomial Theorem. PREREQ: Mastery of units 1-8 in MATH 095 or equivalent placement score. COREQ: MATH 143P.

**MATH 143 College Algebra**

(3 Credits, Fall/Spring/Summer)

This course includes fundamental concepts of algebra; equations and inequalities; functions and graphs; polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions; systems of equations and inequalities; conics; and the Binomial Theorem. Credit hours are not granted in both MATH 143 and MATH 147. PREREQ: Mastery of units 1-12 in MATH 095 or equivalent placement score.

**MATH 143P College Algebra**

(3 Credits, Fall/Spring/Summer)

This course includes fundamental concepts of algebra; equations and inequalities; functions and graphs; polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions; systems of equations and inequalities; conics; and the Binomial Theorem. Credit hours are not granted in both MATH 143 and MATH 147. PREREQ: Mastery of units 1-8 in MATH 095 or equivalent placement score. COREQ: MATH 142.

**MATH 144 Trigonometry**

(2 Credits, Fall/Spring)

This course covers right triangle and circular function approaches to trigonometry, graphs of trigonometry functions, trigonometry identities, conditional equations, right and non-right triangle applications of trigonometry, inverse trigonometry functions, trigonometry of complex numbers, including DeMoivre's Theorem, polar coordinates and equations, and parametric equations. Credit is not awarded in both MATH 144 and MATH 147. PREREQ: MATH 143 or equivalent placement score.

**MATH 147 College Algebra and Trigonometry**

(5 Credits, Fall/Spring)

This is a single course equivalent to College Algebra (MATH 143) plus Trigonometry (MATH 144). This course includes fundamental concepts of algebra and trigonometry; equations and inequalities; functions and graphs; polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions; systems of equations and inequalities; conics; the Binomial Theorem; right triangle and circular function approaches to trigonometry; graphs of trig functions; trig identities; conditional equations; right and non-right triangle applications of trigonometry; inverse trig functions; trigonometry of complex numbers, including DeMoivre's Theorem; polar coordinates and equations; and parametric equations. Credit hours are not granted in both MATH 143 and MATH 147, nor in both MATH 144 and MATH 147. PREREQ: Mastery of units 1-12 in MATH 095 or equivalent placement score.

**MATH 152 Statistical Reasoning Plus**

(2 Credits, Fall/Spring/Summer)

This is a statistics course that provides additional instruction and support for MATH 153 in the form of hands-on work with probability and statistics covering descriptive statistics, binomial and normal distribution, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing using z, t, chi square, and f distributions. Correlation and regression are also introduced. PREREQ: Satisfactory placement score. COREQ: MATH 153P.

**MATH 153 Statistical Reasoning**

(3 Credits, Fall/Spring/Summer)

This algebra-based probability and statistics course covers descriptive statistics, binomial and normal distribution, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing using z, t, chi square, and f distributions. Correlation and regression are also introduced. PREREQ: Mastery of units 1-6 in MATH 095 or equivalent placement score.

**MATH 153P Statistical Reasoning**

(3 Credits, Fall/Spring/Summer)

This algebra-based probability and statistics course covers descriptive statistics, binomial and normal distribution, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing using z, t, chi square, and f distributions. Correlation and regression are also introduced. PREREQ: Satisfactory placement score. COREQ: MATH 152.

**MATH 157 Math for Elementary Teachers I**

(4 Credits, Fall)

This course includes problem-solving, set theory, numeration systems, integers, number theory, rational numbers, exponents, and real numbers in preparation for a career in the field of education. PREREQ: Mastery of units 1-12 in MATH 095 or equivalent placement score.

**MATH 160 Survey of Calculus**

(4 Credits, Fall/Spring)

This course is designed for students with business, social science, and life science majors. It covers functions, limits, continuity, derivative, maxima-minima, applications of the derivative, exponential and logarithmic functions, functions of several variables, maxima and minima of functions of several variables, integration, and applications of the integral. PREREQ: MATH 143 or MATH 147.

**MATH 170 Calculus I**

(5 Credits, Fall/Spring/Summer)

This is the first course in the calculus sequence. It covers algebraic and transcendental functions; rate of change; limits; continuity; differentiation of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, and hyperbolic functions; differentials; applications of differentiation; definite and indefinite integrals; area between curves; volumes; and other applications of integration, indeterminate forms, and L'Hôpital's rule. PREREQ: MATH 147 (or MATH 143 and MATH 144) or equivalent placement score.

**MATH 175 Calculus II**

(4 Credits, Fall/Spring)

This is the second course in the calculus sequence. It covers techniques of integration, improper integrals, Simpson's Rule, Trapezoid Rule, arc length, surface area, and other applications of integration, direction (slope) fields, parametric equations, polar calculus, conic sections, infinite sequences and series, power series, and Taylor's formula. PREREQ: MATH 170.

**MATH 176 Discrete Mathematics**

(4 Credits, Varies)

This course is designed to prepare the student for computer science and upper-division mathematics courses. Material covered will include sets, propositions, proofs, functions, relations, equivalence relations, quantifiers, Boolean algebras, graphs, and difference equations. PREREQ: MATH 170.

**MATH 199 Mathematics Special Topics**

(1-5 Credits, Varies)

This course is designed to permit the offering of special topics appropriate to a student's program. Regular or frequently recurring topics are not offered under this title. The course may be repeated as new topics are presented.

**MATH 230 Introduction to Linear Algebra**

(3 Credits, Spring)

This course serves as an introduction to more theoretical mathematics as well as introducing students to tools useful in applied mathematics. Topics include systems of linear equations, matrices, determinants, linear transformations, and vector spaces. PREREQ: MATH 160 or MATH 170.

**MATH 257 Math for Elementary Teachers II**

(4 Credits, Spring)

This course includes algebraic reasoning, functions, probability, introductory statistics, geometry, and concepts of measurement in preparation for a career in the field of education. PREREQ: MATH 157.

**MATH 275 Calculus III**

(4 Credits, Fall/Spring)

This is the final course in the calculus sequence. Topics include vectors, functions of several variables, multiple integration, parametric surfaces, vector fields, and 3D vector algebra. Applications involve the Fundamental Theorem of Line Integrals, Green's Theorem, the Divergence Theorem, and Stokes Theorem. PREREQ: MATH 175.

**MATH 293 Mathematics Internship**

(1-3 Credits)

Internships allow students to apply learning to real-life career possibilities. Credits are earned through supervised fieldwork specifically related to a student's area of study. An Internship Registration Form must be completed and turned into a One Stop Student Services location before a student may register for an internship course. PREREQ: Permission of department's internship coordinator and submission of a completed Internship Registration Form.

**MATH 296 Mathematics Independent Study**

(1-10 Credits, Varies)

This is a term long project. Each credit hour is equivalent to 45 hours of work on a project. Students should make arrangements with the instructor in their field of interest. Before enrolling for independent study, a student must obtain approval of the department chair and dean, acting on the recommendation of the instructor who will be supervising the independent study. An Independent Study Registration Form must be completed and turned into a One Stop Student Services location before a student may register for this course. PREREQ: PERM/INST and submission of a completed Independent Study Registration Form.