Mathematics

Check with your advisor to see how these courses may apply to your degree program.

Not finding a course that meets your needs or fits your interests in the group below? Check out the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences full online course offering for Summer 2021.

MATH 104 – Introduction to Probability

Permutations, combinations, probability, expected value, and applications. Either MATH 104 or MATH 150 may be counted toward graduation, but not both.

MATH 140 – College Algebra

Coordinate geometry, quadratic and polynomial equations, functions, graphing, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions, quadratic inequalities. Students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences may not count MATH 140 toward the General Education Requirements.

MATH 165 – Calculus I

Differential calculus, applications of the derivative, introduction to integral calculus. Only one of Math 151 or 160 or the sequence MATH 165-MATH 166, or the sequence MATH 181-MATH 182 may be counted towards graduation.

MATH 166 – Calculus II

Integral calculus, applications of the integral, infinite series, parametric curves and polar coordinates. Only one of MATH 151, MATH 160, the sequence MATH 165-MATH 166, or the sequence MATH 181-MATH 182 may be counted towards graduation.

MATH 265 – Calculus III

Analytic geometry and vectors, differential calculus of functions of several variables, multiple integrals, vector calculus.

STAT 101 – Principles of Statistics

Statistical concepts in modern society; descriptive statistics and graphical displays of data; the normal distribution; data collection (sampling and designing experiments); elementary probability; elements of statistical inference; estimation and hypothesis testing; linear regression and correlation; contingency tables. Credit for only one of the following courses may be applied toward graduation: STAT 101, STAT 104, STAT 105, STAT 201, or STAT 226.

STAT 104 – Introduction to Statistics

Statistical concepts and their use in science; collecting, organizing and drawing conclusions from data; elementary probability; binomial and normal distributions; regression; estimation and hypothesis testing. For students in the agricultural and biological sciences. Credit for only one of the following courses may be applied toward graduation: STAT 101, STAT 104, STAT 105, STAT 201, or STAT 226.

STAT 226 – Introduction to Business Statistics I

Obtaining, organizing, and presenting statistical data; measures of location and dispersion; the Normal distribution; sampling and sampling distribution of the sample mean; elements of statistical inference; confidence intervals and hypothesis testing for the mean; describing bivariate relationships and inference for simple linear regression analysis; use of computers to visualize and analyze data. Credit for only one of the following courses may be applied toward graduation: STAT 101, STAT 104, STAT 105, STAT 201, or STAT 226.

STAT 305 – Engineering Statistics

Statistics for engineering problem solving. Principles of engineering data collection; descriptive statistics; elementary probability distributions; principles of experimentation; confidence intervals and significance tests; one-, two-, and multi-sample studies; regression analysis; use of statistical software. Credit for both STAT 105 and STAT 305 may not be applied toward graduation.

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