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Prerequisite: As indicated by the Texas Wesleyan University Mathematics Placement Exam. Designed to assist students in preparing for Intermediate or College Algebra. Placement in this class is determined by performance on the Mathematics Placement Test. Operations with signed numbers and fractions and the following topics from beginning algebra will be covered: basic set concepts, the four operations with simple polynomials, exponents, roots, radicals, factoring basic polynomials, and solving simple equations and inequalities. Course grade will be "A, B, C, or F." Students who do not earn a grade of 70 or better will earn a grade of "F" in MAT 0300 and must retake the course at Texas Wesleyan. Students who pass with a grade of 70 or better will receive the "A, B, or C" grade and must enroll in MAT 0301. This course does not fulfill the mathematics requirement within the General Education Curriculum.
Prerequisite: As indicated by the Texas Wesleyan University Mathematics Placement Exam or satisfactory completion of MAT 0300. Fundamental operations, solution of linear equations, products and factoring, functions and graphs, ratio and proportion, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations, and simultaneous equations. Preparatory course for college level mathematics. Course grade will be "A, B, C, or F." Students who do not earn a grade of 70 or better will earn a grade of "F" in MAT 0301 and must retake the course at Texas Wesleyan. Students who pass with a grade of 70 or better will receive the "A, B, or C" grade and must enroll in MAT 1302 or 1304. This course does not fulfill the mathematics requirement within the General Education Curriculum. If transfer credit is received for MAT 1302 College Algebra or a subsequent mathematics course, no credit will be given for MAT 0301 Intermediate Algebra. Texas Wesleyan University will not accept the transfer of Intermediate Algebra (MAT 0301) for credit from any institution
Math Boot Camp is a preparatory math practice course for beginning BIO, CHE, and PHY students
Prerequisite: As indicated by the Texas Wesleyan University Mathematics Placement Exam or MAT 0301 at Texas Wesleyan University. Co-requisite: MAT 1302L Set theory, real and complex number system, quadratic equations, quadratic formula, equations involving radicals, inequalities, graphs of quadratic and rational functions, logarithmic functions, exponential functions, theory of equations, matrices and determinants, and mathematical induction.
Prerequisite: MAT 1302. Elementary function theory, trigonometry, and an introduction to discrete mathematics, including mathematical induction.
Prerequisite: As indicated by the Texas Wesleyan University Mathematics Placement Exam or MAT 0301 at Texas Wesleyan University. An introduction to some of the most important ideas in mathematics that both provide basic skills and illustrate the power and nature of mathematics. Topics include problem solving, set theory, logic, mathematical systems, number theory, theory of equations and inequalities, function theory, graphing, Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometry, and an introduction to probability and statistics.
Prerequisite: MAT-1304. Concepts of geometry, probability, and statistics, functions, counting methods, as well as applications of algebraic properties of real numbers to concepts of measurement with an emphasis on problem solving and critical thinking. This course is designed specifically for students who seek EC-6 teacher certification.
Prerequisite: MAT 1302. Applications of linear and quadratic business models, linear programming, and introduction to differential and integral calculus for business applications.
Prerequisite: MAT 1303 or the equivalent. Distance formula, slope, equation of a straight line, equations and graphs of conic sections, translation and rotation of axes, limits, the derivative, rules for differentiation, chain rule, higher derivatives, implicit differentiation, extrema, related rates, introduction to integration, fundamental theorem of calculus, and area under a curve.
Prerequisite: MAT 1324. Volumes; one sided limits; limits at infinity; continuity and derivatives; derivatives and integrals of trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential, and hyperbolic functions; parametric equations; polar coordinates and equations; and an extensive study of techniques of integration.
Prerequisite: MAT 1325. Solid analytic geometry, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, indeterminate forms, sequences, series, convergence tests, Taylor series, differentiation and integration of series, partial derivatives, total and exact differentials, and multiple integrals.
Prerequisite: MAT 1325. Techniques of solving differential equations and applications. Solutions of first order differential equations, solutions of nth order linear differential equations with constant coefficients, differential operators, solution of non-homogeneous equations by undetermined coefficients and variation of parameters, Laplace transformation, simultaneous differential equations, and power series.
Prerequisite: MAT 1302 or higher-level mathematics with MAT 1302 prerequisite. Descriptive and inferential statistics including organization and analysis of data, measures of central tendency and variability, probability, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, correlation, regression analysis, chi-square tests, analysis of variance (ANOVA).
Prerequisite: MAT 1325. Matrices, systems of linear equations, non-homogeneous systems, vector spaces and subspaces, dimension, linear transformations, invertible linear operators, diagonalizable operators, and polynomial theory.
Prerequisite: MAT 3321. Elementary theory of groups, rings, integral domains, isomorphism's, and homomorphism's.
Prerequisites: MAT 1302 and successful completion of EDU 2100. Deductive and inductive reasoning, undefined terms, postulates or axioms, theorems, congruent triangles, transformations, quadrilaterals, geometric solids, and topics from non-Euclidean geometries.
Prerequisite: MAT 1324. The study of theory and applications of discrete mathematical structures as applied to computer algorithm design. Topics will include formal logic, sets and combinatorics, relations and functions, graphs, Boolean algebra, and automata.
Prerequisite: MAT 4380 or concurrent enrollment. Provides a review for mathematical content competencies needed for TExES mastery. Student must achieve mastery of material to satisfactorily complete this course. This course is a prerequisite for clinical teaching.
Prerequisites: CSC 1321 and MAT 1325. Topics will include techniques for finding roots, interpolation, functional approximation, numerical differentiation, numerical integration, solutions of linear systems and numerical solution of differential equations.
Prerequisites: MAT 1325, MAT 3311, MAT 3341, successful completion of EDU 2100. Examines the pedagogy appropriate for the secondary mathematics classroom, provides methods to integrate such pedagogy into the classroom, provides a foundation for developing an understanding of pedagogy fundamental to learning high school mathematics and helps teachers develop expertise in the processes emphasized in the NCTM Standards and TEKS.
Provides elementary and middle school teachers with fundamentals for use of mathematical thinking in day-to-day situations. The program includes fundamental analysis, techniques and modeling in teaching applications of mathematics.
A continuum of the summer program. The course will emphasize inquiry-based, process-oriented, cooperative learning strategies in the area of mathematics. Methods will reinforce teaching of the discovery method and will encourage development of activities specifically designed for the elementary and middle school classroom. Professional plan that includes a discovery activity is required.