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MATH 210 Elementary Statistics

An introduction to statistical methods of

gathering, presenting and analyzing data.

Topics include probability and probability dis-

tributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis

testing, and linear regression and correla-

tion. Prerequisite: MATH 103 or MATH 104.

(3 cr)

MATH 265 Calculus III

Multivariate and vector calculus including

partial derivatives, multiple integration and

its applications, line and surface integrals,

Green’s Theorem and Stoke’s Theorem.

Prerequisite: Math 166. (4 cr)

MATH 266

Introduction to Differential Equations

Solution of elementary differential equations

by elementary techniques, Laplace trans-

forms, systems of equations, matrix meth-

ods, numerical techniques, and applications.

Prerequisite: Math 265. (3 cr)

MATH 277

Mathematics for Elementary Teachers

A mathematics content course for prospec-

tive elementary school teachers. Topics

include problem solving, numeration sys-

tems, real numbers, and elementary number

theory. Calculators, computers, and manipu-

latives are used in the course. Prerequisite:

MATH 103. (3 cr)

MATH 299 Special Topics

Lower division topics in mathematics. Ap-

proval of instructor. (1‑3 cr)

MED—Medicine

MED 100 Introduction to the Health

Sciences Profession

Introduction to the roles, ethics, certifica-

tion, education, employment, and funda-

mental knowledge and skills related to the

health sciences professions. (1 cr)

MED 205

Introduction to Medical Terminology

An introduction to medical terminology used

in the study of human developmental condi-

tions and disease which may occur during

the lifespan. (1 cr)

MUSC—Music

MUSC 100 Music Appreciation

Introduction to the elements, genre, media,

and historical and stylistic periods of music.

(3 cr)

MUSC 101 Fundamentals of Music

Introduction to fundamental elements of

music and functional musicianship for non-

music majors. (3 cr)

MUSC 103

Introduction to Music History

Introduction to the major works of music

in the Western tradition which define the

stylistic elements of musical periods in his-

tory. (3 cr)

MUSC 104 Introduction to Music Lit-

erature to 1825

Understanding and appreciating musical

styles and composers up to circa 1825 with

emphasis on the relationship of music to

concurrent social and artistic trends. (3 cr)

MUSC 105 Introduction to Music Lit-

erature: 1825 to Present

Understanding and appreciating musical

styles and composers from circa 1825 to the

present with some emphasis on the rela-

tionship of music to concurrent social and

artistic trends. (3 cr)

MUSC 115 Concert Band

Dedicated to the rehearsal of a wide variety

of music for one or two performances a

semester. The band may play for athletic

events and parades. (1 cr)