# Math Courses

**MATH 0010 Lab for MATH 1010Credit Hrs: 3**

Pre-req: Placement by testing
Co-req: MATH 1010

Co-requisite math lab for students having math ACT scores of less than 19 who enroll in MATH 1010. Completion will satisfy Tennessee Board of Regents learning support competencies.

**MATH 0020 Math Lab for Special ProgramsCredit Hrs: 3**

Placement by testing; Math lab for students with math ACT scores less than 19 in special programs not requiring a college level math course. Completion will satisfy Tennessee Board of Regents learning support math competencies.

**MATH 0030 Lab for Math 1030Credit Hrs: 3**

Co-requisite math lab for students having math ACT scores of less than 19 who enroll in MATH 1030. Completion will satisfy Tennessee Board of Regents learning support math competencies. Designed for students pursuing curricula in science, engineering, technology, math, or business administration.

**MATH 0530 Lab for Math 1530Credit Hrs: 3**

Co-requisite math lab for students having math ACT scores of less than 19 who enroll in MATH 1530. Completion will satisfy Tennessee Board of Regents learning support math competencies.

**MATH 0890 Learning Support in Math FundCredit Hrs: 0**

Co-req.: MATH 0891
Supplemental instruction in mathematics required for students whose TBR placement scores indicate the need for required supplemental intervention. This course does not meet requirements for graduation nor elective credits for graduation.

**MATH 0891 Learning Support in Math ICredit Hrs: 3**

A student needing to master competencies included in modules 1 through 7 will register for MATH 0891. The student is expected to complete a minimum of four modules in order to earn a passing grade in this course. The student may complete all 7 modules while enrolled in MATH 0891.

**MATH 0892 Learning Support in Math IICredit Hrs: 3**

Pre-Req: MATH 0891
Co-Req: None

A continuation of MATH 0891.

**MATH 0899 Learning Support Selected ModsCredit Hrs: 1-2**

A continuation of MATH 0891 for students needing to complete modules 6 and/or 7. Special permission by Dean of Arts and Sciences is required to enroll in MATH 0899.

**MATH 1010 Math for Liberal ArtsCredit Hrs: 3**

Pre-Req: MATH Mods. 1-7 or MATH ACT 19
Co-Req: None

This course is designed for students who are seeking an A.S. or A.A. University Parallel degree in a major that does not include programs of science, mathematics, engineering, or computer science. It will satisfy the mathematics requirement for other A.S. and A.A. University parallel majors. Topics include sets, logic, geometry, finance, probability, statistics, and applications.

**MATH 1030 Bridge to College AlgebraCredit Hrs: 3**

Pre-req: MATH ACT 19 or equivalent
Math modules 8 through 12 will be covered with topics to include factoring, rational expressions and equations, systems of linear equations and inequalities in two variables, radical expressions and equations, complex numbers, quadratic equation and graphs, relations and basic function analysis.

**MATH 1031 Bridge to College Algebra 1Credit Hrs: 2**

Pre-req.: Math Mods. 1-7 or ACT 19
Course Description: Math modules 8 and 9. Topics include factoring and rational expressions and equations.

**MATH 1032 Bridge to College Algebra 2Credit Hrs: 1**

Pre-req.: Math Mods. 1-7 or ACT 19
Course Description: Math modules 10 through 12. Topics include systems of linear equations and inequalities in two variables, radical expressions and equations, complex numbers, quadratic equations and graphs, relations and basic function analysis.

**MATH 1410 Topics in Contemp Math ICredit Hrs: 3**

Pre-Req: MATH 1030 or MATH ACT 21
Co-Req: None

A conceptual and problem solving approach to sets, numeration systems, algorithms for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in the real number system, elementary number theory, relations and functions.

**MATH 1420 Topics in Contemp Math IICredit Hrs: 3**

Pre-Req: MATH 1030 or MATH ACT 21
Co-Req: None 3 cr. hrs.

A conceptual and problem solving approach to combinatorics, discrete probability, descriptive statistics, informal solid and plane geometry, transformations, measurement, and coordinate geometry.

**MATH 1530 Statistics and ProbabilityCredit Hrs: 3**

Pre-Req: MATH Mods. 1-7 or MATH ACT 19
Co-Req: None

Topics include basic statistical concepts, elementary probability theory, normal distributions and applications, statistical inference, regression lines, and correlation. Computer applications will be investigated throughout the course.

**MATH 1630 Finite MathematicsCredit Hrs: 3**

Pre-Req: MATH Mods. 1-7 or MATH ACT 19
Co-Req: None

Introduction to linear functions, mathematics of finance (interest, annuities, amortization), linear programming, matrix algebra, and probability with applications in each of these areas.

**MATH 1710 Precalculus ICredit Hrs: 3**

Pre-Req: MATH 1030 or MATH ACT 21
Co-Req: None

Topics include circles, functions and graphs with applications, polynomials and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions and applications, sequences, and series, systems of equations, matrices, determinants, binomial theorem.

**MATH 1720 Precalculus II (Trigonometry)Credit Hrs: 3**

Pre-Req: MATH 1710 or MATH ACT 21
Co-Req: MATH 1710 allowed

Topics include circle measurement, trigonometric functions, identities, equations, graphs, multiple angle formulas, right triangle trigonometry, laws of sines and cosines, complex numbers, vectors.

**MATH 1730 PrecalculusCredit Hrs: 4**

Pre-req: MATH 1030 or ACT 21
Topics include circles, functions and graphs with applications, polynomial and rational functions, zeros of polynomials, composite and inverse functions, exponential and logarithmic functions and applications, systems of linear and nonlinear equations, matrices, determinants, angle measure, trigonometric functions, trig identities and equations, graphs, right triangle trigonometry, laws of sine and cosine, polar coordinates and vectors.

**MATH 1830 Applied CalculusCredit Hrs: 3**

Pre-Req: MATH 1710 or MATH ACT 23
Co-Req: None

Topics include limits; continuity, rates of change; differentiation of algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions; applications of the derivative, antiderivative, integrals, and methods of integration.

**MATH 1910 Calculus ICredit Hrs: 4**

Pre-Req: MATH 1710 and MATH 1720 or MATH ACT 23
Co-Req: None

Topics include functions and models, limits, derivatives, differentiation rules, applications of differentiation, antiderivatives, integrals, area, applications.

**MATH 1920 Calculus IICredit Hrs: 4**

Pre-Req: MATH 1910
Co-Req: None

A continuation of Calculus I. Topics include applications of integration, techniques of integration, arc length, surface area, liquid force, differential equations, infinite sequences and series.

**MATH 2010 Linear AlgebraCredit Hrs: 3**

Pre-Req: MATH 1910
Co-Req: None

Topics include vectors, matrices, systems of linear equations, determinants, inverses of matrices, vector spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors.

**MATH 2110 Calculus IIICredit Hrs: 4**

Pre-Req: MATH 1920
Co-Req: None

A continuation of Calculus II. Topics include parametric equations, polar coordinates, conic sections, vectors, vector functions, partial derivatives, multiple integration, line integrals.

**MATH 2120 Differential EquationsCredit Hrs: 3**

Pre-Req: MATH 1920
Co-Req: None

Topics include first-order equations and applications, theory of linear equations, basic second-order equations and applications, Laplace transforms, and series solutions.