Mathematics (MTH) Courses

Descriptions of Courses Offered in the Mathematics Department

MTH 1113 College Algebra

Three hours

Topics include solving equations and systems of equations, functions and graphing, complex numbers, inequalities, logarithms, exponentials, sequences, series, mathematical induction, and the binomial theorem. Offered in online format.


MTH 2003 Introductory Statistics

Three hours

A course to give students tools to be critical readers of current issues involving quantitative data and to understand the concepts of statistics, the science of gaining information from numeric data. Applications of the use of data from a wide variety of professions, public policy, and everyday life are made. The study focuses on methods of producing data, organizing data, and drawing conclusions from data. Topics may include sampling; experiments and experimental design; measurement, validity, and accuracy; describing distributions; understanding relationships and correlation; consumer price index; confidence intervals; and statistical significance. Offered in online format. Prerequisite: MTH 1113.

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