# MTH - Mathematics

## MTH090 Introduction to Mathematics

This course provides a review of the fundamental arithmetic topics that are necessary for success in college mathematics. Students will learn problem-solving skills involving whole numbers, decimals, fractions, proportional reasoning, and conversions. Upon successful course completion, students will have the mathematical proficiency to be successful in future courses.

Pass/No Pass Course

### Prerequisites

N/A## MTH099 Introduction to Mathematics

This course will provide students with mathematically sound and comprehensive coverage of the topics essential in an introductory algebra course and the fundamental skills needed by students for collegiate level mathematics courses. Students will learn and review integers, whole numbers and fractions, ratio and proportion, and problem solving. Upon successful course completion, students will be able to perform calculations on real numbers, factor real number expressions, and solve one-variable equations.

Pass/No Pass course

### Prerequisites

None## MTH120 College Mathematics

This course covers fundamental arithmetic topics. Students will learn problem solving skills involving whole numbers, decimals, fractions, and proportional reasoning. Upon successful course completion, students will be able to set up basic algebraic equations to solve problems.

### Prerequisites

MTH090 or passing entrance score## MTH131 College Algebra

This course examines algebraic applications and problem-solving skills to include the ability to formulate, use, and interpret mathematical models. Students will learn graphing of systems of linear equations, operations with and factoring polynomials, the algebra of rational expressions, manipulation and simplification of radicals, and properties of exponents and logarithmic functions and terms. Upon successful course completion, students will be able to solve mathematical problems using appropriate words, symbols, tables, and/or graphs as well as apply mathematical principles to real world situations.

### Prerequisites

MTH099 or passing entrance score## MTH140 Statistics

This course introduces students to gathering and using data to make inferences about a population using mathematical principles. Topics covered in this course include classifying different types of data, interpreting and generating graphical representations of data. Students will learn how to summarize statistics and use probability distributions to calculate the likelihood of events in experiments. Upon successful course completion, students will be able to form and test hypotheses and use those conclusions to draw inferences about populations as well as calculate linear regressions for bivariate data.

### Prerequisites

MTH131## MTH200 Pre-calculus

This course will introduce students to complex numbers, limits, and the six trigonometric functions and their inverses. Students will learn to apply the trigonometric functions, solve polynomial and rational equations, graph a variety of functions, and solve problems using vectors and matrices. Upon successful course completion, students will be able to solve mathematical problems using appropriate words, symbols, tables, and/or graphs as well as apply mathematical principles to real-world situations.