# 1000 Level

**MTH 1220 - Algebra Review**

Prerequisite: Consent of Mathematics Department

Algebra review for students who need to make a 61 or better on the ALEKS and are not ready for MTH 1320. Topics include solving equations and inequalities, polynomials, rational functions, exponential functions, and logarithms. Begins 5 weeks into the semester. Does not apply on major. Does not satisfy the mathematics requirement for any degree.

**MTH 1301 - Ideas in Mathematics** - List of Topics

Significant ideas of mathematics. Topics will be chosen from: voting theory, apportionment, financial analysis, linear and exponential growth, statistics and opinion polls. Designed primarily for liberal arts students. Does not apply toward the major.

**MTH 1308 - Precalculus for Business Students** - Sample Syllabus, Problem List, Practice Final

A study of the types of functions that arise in business calculus, including linear, quadratic, and other polynomial functions, rational functions, and exponential and logarithmic functions. Does not apply on the Arts and Sciences mathematics requirement nor on a mathematics major. Credit may not be received after receiving credit in MTH 1320.

**MTH 1309 - Calculus for Business Students** - Sample Syllabus, Problem List

Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or better in MTH 1320 or MTH 1308 or a satisfactory performance on the SAT or the ACT.

Differentiation of rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions of one and several variables, integration of functions of one variable, and applications to business problems. Does not apply on the major. Credit may not be received after receiving credit in MTH 1321.

**MTH 1315 - Patterns, Relationships and Number Concepts**

Advanced perspectives on topics taught in EC-8 including number concepts, patterns, and functions. Does not satisfy the liberal arts mathematics requirements and does not apply toward the **mathematics major. **

**MTH 1316 - Geometry and Measurement** - Sample Syllabus

Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or above in MTH 1315.

A continuation of MTH 1315. Topics included in 1316 will be geometric figures, motions of geometry, and measurement. Does not apply toward the mathematics major.

**MTH 1320 - PreCalculus Mathematics (formerly MTH 1304)** - Sample Syllabus, Problem List,

Prerequisite(s): Participation in an online learning module and earning a minimum score at the conclusion of the module. For information on the online preparatory program ALEKS, please read the information at the ALEKS link.

Basic concepts of college algebra, trigonometry, and elementary functions and an introduction to limits. Designed as preparation for MTH 1321; does not apply on the major.

**MTH 1321 - Calculus I** - Sample Syllabus, Problem List,

Fall 2022 Departmental Final Exam

Spring 2021 Departmental Final Exam

Spring 2019 Departmental Final Exam

Fall 2018 Departmental Final Exam

Fall 2017 Departmental Final Exam

Prerequisite(s): A qualifying SAT/ACT score or a B- or better in MTH 1320 or qualifying score on the ALEKS exam. For information on the online preparatory program ALEKS, please read the information at the ALEKS link.

Differential calculus of a single variable. Introduction to the definite integral and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

**MTH 1322 - Calculus II** - Sample Syllabus, Problem List,

Spring 2021 Departmental Final Exam,

Spring 2019 Departmental Final Exam,

Fall 2018 Departmental Final Exam,

Spring 2018 Departmental Final Exam

Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or above in MTH 1321.

Integral calculus of a single variable, differential equations, power series, and complex numbers.