Department of Mathematics

Courses

MATH 100 - Intermediate Algebra (3) Prerequisite: MATH 011 or placement
Algebraic properties of real numbers, linear and quadratic equations, exponents and radicals, graphs, and systems of linear equations.

MATH 101 - College Algebra (3) Prerequisite: MATH 100 or placement
Covers real numbers, algebraic expressions, equations and inequalities, graphs and transformations of graphs, functions and properties of functions, conic sections, exponential and logarithmic functions, and complex numbers.

MATH 102 - Liberal Arts Mathematics (3) Prerequisite: MATH 100
This course is designed for students in liberal arts programs and other fields that do not require a core of mathematics. Topics covered include introductions to logic, sets, counting and combinatorics, and elementary probability and statistics. Additional topics which may be covered will be selected from the areas of finance, voting and apportionment, number systems and number theory, geometries, graph theory, exponential growth and decay, logarithmic scales, matrices and Markov chains, and linear programming. This course counts towards the Analytical and Quantitative Thinking degree requirement.

MATH 103 - College Trigonometry (5) Prerequisite: MATH 101
Covers trigonometric functions, identities, graphs, trigonometric equations, radian measure, complex numbers, polar coordinates, solving triangles and applications. High school or college plane geometry background recommended. A TI-83 graphing calculator or equivalent is required for this course.

MATH 104 – Precalculus (5) Prerequisite: MATH 101 and Math 103 or ACT score of 23+
Precalculs offers a background for students who intend to major in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Economics, or Finance. Precalculus consists of a review of elementary algebra, the concepts of algebraic, trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential functions, applications and modeling, and analytical geometry.

MATH 107 – Math Applications (3) Prerequisite: MATH 101
This course investigates a variety of mathematics/science applications using productivity software in a computer lab setting. Topics include types of data and graphs, descriptive statistics, functions, graphing, curve fitting, right triangle trigonometry and functions, math modeling, and programming. The final is a simulated research project, report, and presentation. An added benefit is that the students will become fluent in computer use. This course counts towards the Analytical and Quantitative Thinking degree requirement.

MATH 207 – Statistics (3) Prerequisite: MATH 101
Descriptive measurement, elementary probability, sampling, estimation and testing, chi-square, and analysis of variance. Equivalent to statistics for social sciences at other colleges. TI-83 graphing calculator or equivalent required for this course.

MATH 215 - Applied Calculus I (5) Prerequisite: MATH 101 and MATH 103
A study of single variable calculus and analytic geometry, including functions, limits, derivatives, applications of derivatives, exponential growth and decay, and an introduction to integration.

MATH 216 - Applied Calculus II (5) Prerequisites: MATH 215
Further study of integration techniques, approximation and application, multivariate calculus, differentiation and integration of trigonometric functions, and differential equations.

MATH 221 – Calculus & Analytic Geometry I (5) Prerequisite: MATH 104
Study of variable and functions with emphasis on the changing properties of relationships that can be described mathematically by algebraic, numeric, and graphical methods. Designed to provide students majoring in mathematics, science, computer programming, engineering and many non-science fields an opportunity to begin a study of analysis. The basic underlying theory and the tools of calculus including differentiation and integration of functions are studied and used in geometric and various applied problems. A TI-83 graphing calculator or equivalent is required for this course.

MATH 222 – Calculus & Analytic Geometry II (5) Prerequisite: MATH 215 or MATH 221
A continuation of Calculus and analytic Geometry I that studies variable and functions emphasizing the dynamic properties of relationships described mathematically. Integration techniques, 9fundamental theorem, substitution, parts, tables and constructing anti-derivatives), second order differential equations (oscillations, numerical methods, and approximations (Riemann sums, midpoint, trapezoid, Simpson’s rule, Taylor polynomials and series, and Fourier Series) are emphasized. A TI-83 graphing calculator or equivalent is required for this course.

Questions? Ask a math instructor - Room 140 Sequoyah Hall

Sharon Atkinson, x264 satkinson@haskell.edu
Carol Bowen, x648 cbowen@haskell.edu
Ed Necefer, x246 enecefer@haskell.edu
Mary Wilson, x645 mwilson@haskell.edu
Gabe Begaye, x728 gbegaye@haskell.edu
Lucas Miller, x645 lmiller@haskell.edu

Courses recommended for general education:

MATH 101 College Algebra (3). This course will transfer to other colleges and universities.
MATH 102 Liberal Arts Mathematics (3).
Liberal Arts Mathematics is a new course that provides a survey of topics in mathematics. It is designed for students not interested in pursuing more mathematics courses. This course is offered as an alternative to College Algebra to meet requirements for graduation. This course may or may not transfer to other schools, depending on the school’s criteria.
Math 107 Math Applications (3). This course will transfer as a math elective beyond College Algebra.
Math 215 Applied Calculus I (5)
Math 216 Applied Calculus II (5)

Courses recommended for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM): *

MATH 101 College Algebra (3). (If an equivalent course was not taken in high school)
MATH 103 College Trigonometry (3). (If an equivalent course was not taken in high school)
MATH 104 Precalculus (5)
Math 215 Applied Calculus I (5)
Math 216 Applied Calculus II (5)
MATH 221 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I (5)
MATH 222 Calculus & Analytic Geometry II (5)

* Students and advisors should discuss options with someone in the Mathematics Department.