COMPUTER SCIENCE
CSCI 001 Programming Concepts/Method 1 4
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
3 Lab
Equivalent Course: CSCI 101
Introduction to object-oriented programming and problem solving using C++. Algorithm development and object-oriented program design implemented through coding, debugging and documentation of this high level programming language. Advisory on Recommended Preparation: COMP 006 or equivalent college course with “C” or better
Prerequisites: MATH 070 or equivalent college course with “C” or better or eligibility for MATH 075 as determined by COS placement procedures
 
CSCI 002 Programming Concepts/Method 2 4
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
2 Lab
Equivalent Course: CSCI 102
Data structures and object-oriented programming using C++. Application of software engineering techniques to the design and development of large programs; data abstraction, structures and as­sociated algorithms. Approved for Distance Learning format.
Prerequisites: CSCI 001 or equivalent college course with “C” or better
 
ENGINEERING
ENGR 001 Engineering Graphics 4
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
3 Lab
Principles of orthographic projection, dimensioning and descriptive geometry. Applications to the solution of engineering problems includ­ing the use of interactive computer graphics. Approved for Distance Learning format.
 
ENGR 002 Statics 3
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
The study of two- and three-dimensional force systems acting on particles and rigid bodies in static equilibrium. Included are analysis of distributed forces, trusses, beams, frames and machines, shear and bending moment diagrams, center of mass, centroids, friction and moments of inertia. Additional topics may include fluid statics, forces in cables, Mohr’s circle and virtual work.
Prerequisites: MATH 076 and PHYS 005 and MATH 077 or equivalent college courses with “C” or better or eligibility as determined by COS placement procedures (MATH 077 may be taken concurrently.)
 
ENGR 003 Engineering Materials 4
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
3 Lab
The course consists of a fundamental treatment of the principles of materials science in engineering. Topics included are chemical bond­ing, crystallography, phase diagrams, diffusion and mechanical and electrical properties of solids.
Prerequisites: PHYS 005 and CHEM 001 and MATH 075 or equivalent college courses with “C” or better
 
ENGR 004 Electric Circuits 4
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
3 Lab
An introductory course in the analysis of linear electrical circuits. Analysis techniques are developed for both DC and AC circuits. Use of circuit simulation software is included.
Prerequisites: MATH 077 and PHYS 007 and MATH 081 or equivalent college courses with “C” or better (PHYS 007 and/or MATH 081 may be taken concurrently.)
 
ENGR 110 Introduction to Engineering 1
Hours: 1 Lecture/Discussion
An exploration of the engineering profession, including engineering disciplines and career opportunities, ethical and legal aspects of the profession, educational requirements and an introduction to engineer­ing problem-solving and the design process. This course is approved for Distance Education.
MATHEMATICS
MATH 010 Structure and Concepts 1 4
Hours: 4 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: MATH 110
This is a four-unit course covering critical thinking, sets and functions, numeration and computation, number theory, rational numbers, and real numbers. The emphasis of this course is in mathematical founda­tions of arithmetic relevant to future elementary school teachers. This course is intended for liberal studies students, though it can be used to meet general education requirements. Supplemental learning as­sistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 010 may access the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course.
Prerequisites: MATH 230 or equivalent college course with “C” or better or eligibility as determined by COS placement procedures
 
MATH 011 Structure and Concepts 2 4
Hours: 4 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: MATH 111
This course continues topics from MATH 10 and includes statistics, probability, geometry, measurement, transformations, congruence, and coordinate geometry. The emphasis of this course is in mathemati­cal topics relevant to future elementary school teachers. This course is intended for liberal studies students, though it can be used to meet general education requirements. Supplemental learning assistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 011 may access the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course.
Prerequisites: MATH 010 or equivalent college course with “C” or better
 
MATH 021 Introduction to Statistics 4
Hours: 4 Lecture/Discussion
This is an introductory course in probability and statistics covering both descriptive and inferential statistics. Statistical software will be used throughout this course. Topics include measures of center and spread, probability, probability distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, regression, and correlation analysis. Supplemental learning assistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 21 may access the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/ open exit non-credit course.
Prerequisites: MATH 230 or equivalent college course with “C” or better or eligibility as determined by COS placement procedures
 
MATH 065 Calculus 1 4
Hours: 4 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: MATH 075
This course is the first course of a three semester calculus sequence. Topics include limits, continuity, techniques and applications of dif­ferentiation and integration of algebraic and transcendental func­tions,  and t he Fundamental Theorem o f Calculus. T he course i s intended primarily for mathematics, physical science, and engineering majors. Supplemental learning assistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 65 may access the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course. (MATH 65 + 66 + 67 course sequence is equivalent to the former MATH 75 + 76 + 77 course sequence).
Prerequisites: MATH 070 or equivalent college course with “C” or better or eligibility as determined by COS placement procedures.
MATH 066 Calculus 2 4
Hours: 4 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: MATH 076
This is the second course of a three-semester calculus sequence. Topics include techniques of integration, improper integrals, applica­tions of integration, infinite sequences and series, analytic geometry, polar and parametric equations, and many applications. Supplemental learning assistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 66 may access the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course. (MATH 65 + 66 + 67 course sequence is equivalent to the former MATH 75 + 76 + 77 course sequence).
Prerequisites: MATH 065 or equivalent college course with “C” or better
 
MATH 067 Calculus 3 4
Hours: 4 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: MATH 077
This course is the third semester of the introductory calculus se­quence. Topics covered include differentiation and integration of vector-valued functions, partial differentiation, directional derivatives, Lagrange Multipliers, multiple integration, centroids and centers of gravity, and Green’s, Stoke’s, and Divergence Theorem. Supplemental learning assistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 077 may access the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course. (MATH 65 + 66 + 67 course sequence is equivalent to the former MATH 75 + 76 + 77 course sequence).
Prerequisites: MATH 066 or equivalent college course with “C” or better
 
MATH 070 Precalculus 5
Hours: 5 Lecture/Discussion
This course is intended for students planning to take calculus and pro­ceeds at an intense pace. Topics include: functions and graphs, applica­tions of functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonomet­ric functions and analytic trigonometry, right triangle trigonometry, analytic geometry, and roots of polynomial equations. Supplemental learning assistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 070 may access the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course.
Prerequisites: MATH 154 or equivalent college course with “C” or better or eligibility as determined by COS placement procedures
 
MATH 075 Calculus 1 5
Hours: 5 Lecture/Discussion
This is the first course of a three-semester sequence. Topics include limits, continuity, differentiation, and integration involving many types of function with a variety of applications. Primarily for mathematics, physical science, and engineering majors. Supplemental learning as­sistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 75 may ac­cess the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course.
Prerequisites: MATH 070 or equivalent college course with “C” or better or eligibility as determined by COS placement procedures
MATH 076 Calculus 2 5
Hours: 5 Lecture/Discussion
This is the second course of a three-semester sequence. Topics in­clude techniques of integration, improper integrals, infinite series, analytic geometry, polar coordinates and parametric equations, vec­tors, three-dimensional space, and many applications. Supplemental learning assistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 76 may access the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course.
Prerequisites: MATH 075 or equivalent college course with “C” or better or eligibility as determined by COS placement procedures
 
MATH 077 Calculus 3 3
Hours: 3 Lecture/Discussion
This course is the third semester of the introductory calculus se­quence. Topics covered include differentiation and integration of vec­tor-valued functions, partial differentiation, directional derivatives, Lagrange Multipliers, multiple integration, centroids and centers of gravity, and Green’s Stokes’, and Divergence Theorem. Supplemental learning assistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 077 may access the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course.
Prerequisites: MATH 076 or equivalent college course with “C” or better or eligibility as determined by COS placement procedures
 
MATH 080 Linear Algebra 4
Hours: 4 Lecture/Discussion
This course develops the techniques and theory needed to solve and classify systems of linear equations. Solution techniques include row operations, Gaussian elimination, and matrix algebra. The course investigates the properties of vectors in two and three dimensions, leading to the notion of an abstract vector space. Vector space and matrix theory are presented including topics such as inner products, norms, orthogonality, eigenvalues, eigenspaces, and linear transformations. Selected applications of linear algebra are included. Supplemental learning assistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 80 may access the supplemental learn­ing assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course.
Prerequisites: MATH 076 or equivalent college course with “C” or better or eligibility as determined by COS placement procedures
 
MATH 081 Differential Equations 5
Hours: 5 Lecture/Discussion
An introduction of solving ordinary and partial differential equations including matrix solutions of linear systems, Laplace transforms, series solutions, separation of variables in partial differential equa­tions, boundary value problems, and Fourier series. Supplemental learning assistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 081 may access the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course. Advisory on Recommended Preparation: MATH 080 or equivalent college course with “C” or better
Prerequisites: MATH 077 or equivalent college course with “C” or better
MATH 154 Trigonometry 4
Hours: 4 Lecture/Discussion
An intensive one-semester course in the elements of trigonometry including: trigonometric functions, solving triangles for unknown parts, proving and applying identities, graphing, solving trigonometric equations, expressing and using complex numbers in trigonometric form. Students enrolled in MATH 154 may access the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course.
Prerequisites: MATH 230 or equivalent college course with “C” or better or eligibility as determined by COS placement procedures
 
MATH 200 Elementary Algebra 4
Hours: 4 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: MATH 205
This is a four-hour-a-week intensive one-semester course in elemen­tary algebra covering: operations with real numbers, linear equations and inequalities, graphing, systems of equations, word problems, exponents, factoring, and rational expressions. Supplemental learn­ing assistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 200 may access the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course. Approved for Distance Learning format.
Prerequisites: MATH 360 or equivalent college course with “C” or better or eligibility as determined by COS placement procedures
 
MATH 230 Intermediate Algebra 4
Hours: 4 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: MATH 235
This is a four-hour-a-week intensive one-semester course in interme­diate algebra covering: radical expressions and equations, quadratic equations, functions, logarithmic and exponential functions, and conic sections. This course satisfies the math requirement for an Associate’s degree. Supplemental learning assistance is available for students to strengthen skills and to reinforce student mastery of concepts. Students enrolled in MATH 230 may access the supplemental learning assistance by enrolling in MATH 400, an open entry/open exit non-credit course. Approved for Distance Learning format.
Prerequisites: MATH 200 or equivalent college course with “C” or better or eligibility as determined by COS placement procedures
 
MATH 360 Pre-Algebra 4
Hours: 4 Lecture/Discussion
Equivalent Course: MATH 365
This four-hour-a-week course focuses on the fundamental operations of whole and signed numbers, fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, and their use in applied problems. Other topics include factors and multiples, ratios, proportions, introductory algebra, percents, unit conversions, and geometric measurements. All topics are taught with a pre-algebra perspective.
 
MATH 400 Math Supplemental Lrng Assist 0
Hours: 3.1 Lab
Math Supplemental Learning Assistance is intended to strengthen students’ mathematical skills and reinforce their mastery of concepts. This open entry/open exit class is linked with MATH 10, 11,21, 65, 66, 67, 70, 77, 80, 81, 154, 200, 230, and 360.
 
MATH 401 Prep/Quant Qualifying Exams 0
Hours: .69 Lecture/Discussion
A survey of the strategies and skills needed to prepare for exams that require familiarity with 7-11th grade math standards. Test preparation strategies and study methods will assist students in performing better on college placement exams. Approved for Distance Education format.
MATH 405 Augmented Instruction in Math 0
Hours: 2 Activity
This course provides supplemental instruction to help students suc­ceed in their Math coursework. It will link to corresponding sections of MATH 372, MATH 360, MATH 200, or MATH 230.
 
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