# Math Courses

## Undergraduate

## MATH 095 Pre-Algebra Skills

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Semester

- Tuition: $995.40

This course is designed to reinforce and extend students’ knowledge of basic mathematics and to set the groundwork for success in beginning algebra. Topics covered include basic operations with whole numbers, decimals and fractions; understanding and application of ratio, proportion and percent; elements of geometry, problem solving, and real (signed numbers); and solving of simple equations.

## MATH 095 Pre-Algebra Skills

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Open Enrollment

- Tuition: $600

This course is designed to reinforce and extend students’ knowledge of basic mathematics and to set the groundwork for success in beginning algebra. Topics covered include basic operations with whole numbers, decimals and fractions; understanding and application of ratio, proportion and percent; elements of geometry, problem solving, and real (signed numbers); and solving of simple equations.

## MATH 097 Basic Algebra Skills

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Semester

- Tuition: $995.40

This course is designed to reinforce and extend students’ knowledge of basic algebra and to set the groundwork for success in more advanced courses. Topics covered include solving linear equations and inequalities, working with polynomials, operations with rational expressions, linear coordinate graphing, and solving quadratic equations through factoring. The content of this course matches that of the Developmental Math 097 class as taught at Adams State University. This course does not provide degree credit.

## MATH 097 Introductory Algebra

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Open Enrollment

- Tuition: $600

This course is designed to reinforce and extend students’ knowledge of basic algebra and to set the groundwork for success in more advanced courses. Topics covered include review of arithmetic and properties of integers and rational numbers, solving linear equations and inequalities, evaluating exponents, operations with polynomials, factoring of polynomials, simplifying and operations with rational expressions, and graphing linear equations and inequalities. The content of this course matches that of the Developmental Math 097 class as taught at Adams State University. This course does not provide degree credit.

## MATH 099 Intermediate Algebra

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Semester

- Tuition: $995.40

This is a second course in algebra, designed to prepare students for the math courses that will be required for their selected areas of study. General topics covered include systems of linear equations, quadratic equations and functions, radicals and complex numbers, as well as extended work with rational expression and equations and operations with polynomials.

## MATH 099 Intermediate Algebra

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Open Enrollment

- Tuition: $600

This course is designed to reinforce and extend students’ knowledge of algebraic principles and set the groundwork for success in more advanced courses. Topics covered include extended work with linear equations and inequalities, further work with rational numbers, quadratic equations, radicals, complex numbers, functions and their graphs. The content of this course matches that of the Developmental Math 099 class as taught at Adams State University. This course does not provide degree credit.

## MATH 104 Finite Mathematics

- Format: Print
- Credit Hours: 3
- Open Enrollment

- Tuition: $495

Topics covered include functions and their graphs, matrices, linear programming, probability, and descriptive statistics. Applications are studied from the areas of business, behavioral sciences, economics, and the social sciences. The computer will be used as a problem-solving tool in some cases. The goal of this course to improve and enhance the basic math skills of the student, specifically in the areas of graphs, matrices, probability and statistics. The purpose of the course is to provide a wider perspective of applied mathematics, how it works, and why and how it is utilized in the real world. Call for syllabus.

## MATH 104 Finite Mathematics

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Open Enrollment

- Tuition: $600

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## MATH 104 Finite Mathematics

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Semester

- Tuition: $995.40

Topics covered include functions and their graphs, matrices, linear programming, probability, and descriptive statistics. Applications are studied from the areas of business, behavioral sciences, economics, and the social sciences. The goal of this course is to improve and enhance the basic math skills of the student, specifically in the areas of graphs, matrices, probability, and statistics. The purpose of the course is to provide a wider perspective of applied mathematics, how it works, and why and how it is utilized in the real world. This is imperative to the student no matter what the field of study and completes the mathematics requirement for several degree programs.

## MATH 106 College Algebra

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Open Enrollment

- Tuition: $600

An introduction to the basic techniques of algebra. Topics include functions (linear, quadratic, polynomial, root, rational, exponential, and logarithmic), systems of equations, matrix algebra, inequalities, and complex numbers. Optional topics include partial fractions, synthetic division, mathematical induction, sequences and series, and counting principles.

## MATH 106 College Algebra

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Semester

- Tuition: $995.40

An introduction to the basic techniques of algebra. Topics include functions (linear, quadratic, polynomial, root, rational, exponential, and logarithmic), systems of equations, matrix algebra, inequalities, and complex numbers. Optional topics include partial fractions, synthetic division, mathematical induction, sequences and series, and counting principles.

## MATH 107 Trigonometry & Analytic Geometry

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Open Enrollment

- Tuition: $600

An introduction to the tools and techniques of trigonometry. Topics include angles and their measure, the six trigonometric functions and their properties, inverse trigonometric functions, graphs, identities including the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines, trigonometric equations, and solving triangles. Optional topics include complex numbers, De Moivre's Theorem, polar coordinates, and analytic geometry.

## MATH 140 Geometry Using Technology

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Semester

- Tuition: $995.40

This course provides an introduction to the major concepts of Euclidean Geometry using interactive technology such as Geometer's Sketchpad and an investigative approach. Students will utilize technology to investigate Euclidean Geometry and discover some if its basic principles and theorems. Topics will include Euclid's Postulates, Triangle Geometry, Circle Geometry, and Analytical Geometry.

## MATH 150 MATH Liberal Arts Math

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Semester

- Tuition: $995.40

This course will involve both quantitative and qualitative explorations of some of the great ideas and methods of mathematics. Topics covered include problem solving, infinity, logic, probability, statistics, Fibonacci numbers, the golden ratio, topology, non-Euclidean geometry, Pascal's triangle, tiling, fractals, chaos, and higher dimensions. The course is intended for non - math majors and will focus on problem solving and critical thinking skills.

## MATH 155 Integrated Mathematics I

- Format: Print
- Credit Hours: 3
- Open Enrollment

- Tuition: $495

This is the first of a 2-course sequence presenting arithmetic and algebra from a modern perspective. Students work to understand and be able to articulate connections among mathematical structures, including natural numbers, integers, rational numbers, relations, functions, and equations.

## MATH 155 Integrated Mathematics I

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Open Enrollment

- Tuition: $600

This is the first of a 2-course sequence presenting arithmetic and algebra from a modern perspective. Students work to understand and be able to articulate connections among mathematical structures, including natural numbers, integers, rational numbers, relations, functions, and equations.

## MATH 156 Integrated Mathematics II

- Format: Print
- Credit Hours: 3
- Open Enrollment

- Tuition: $495

This is the second of a 2-course sequence. Topics include probability, statistics, geometric figures, congruencies, similarities, and coordinate geometry.

## MATH 156 Integrated Mathematics II

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Open Enrollment

- Tuition: $600

This is the second of a 2-course sequence. Topics include probability, statistics, geometric figures, congruencies, similarities, and coordinate geometry.

## MATH 205 Statistical Methods

- Format: Online
- Credit Hours: 3
- Open Enrollment

- Tuition: $600

Basic techniques of applied statistics, including data organization and presentation, experiment design, calculating statistical measures, choosing, applying, and interpreting statistical tests, correlation and regression, and software utilization.

## MATH 327 Differential Equations

- Format: Print
- Credit Hours: 3
- Open Enrollment

- Tuition: $495

A course in elementary differential equations emphasizing techniques rather than theory. Topics covered include equations of order one, linear equations, systems, and power series and numerical methods. Prerequisite: Math 121 or the equivalent (full calculus course, including power series and partial derivatives.) 15 lessons, 2 exams.