= fall semester

= spring semester

= online course

Students attend a minimum of 15 hours of

performances, lectures, visits to art exhibits

and/or museums, and read books on related

subjects. Upon completion of the minimum

attendance at cultural events, each student

prepares a capstone essay based on their

responses to these events. (1 cr)

Integrated course in art, literature, and mu-

sic from Early Civilization through the Middle

Ages. (3 cr)

Integrated course in art, literature, and

music from the Renaissance through the

Modern Era. (3 cr)

Approval of instructor. (1-3 cr)

LANG—Language

Fundamentals of American Sign Language

(1-3 cr)

MATH—Mathematics

Introduction to measurements, common

and decimal fractions, square root, surface,

volumes, and capacities. Principles of alge-

bra including simple linear equations with

applications in the technical field. (3 cr)

Relations and functions, equations and

inequalities, complex numbers; polynomial,

rational, exponential and logarithmic func-

tions and systems of equations. Requisite:

Student Placement into College Courses. (3

cr)

Angle measure, trigonometric and inverse

trigonometric functions, trigonometric identi-

ties and equations, parametric and polar

coordinates, and general applications. Pre-

requisite: Student Placement into College

Courses. (3 cr)

Equations and inequalities, polynomial,

rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigono-

metric and inverse trigonometric functions;

trigonometric identities and equations and

applications. Prerequisite: Student Place-

ment into College Courses. (4 cr)

Properties of real numbers, algebraic expres-

sions, factoring, formula manipulation,

graphing, linear equations, quadratic equa-

tions, solving systems of equations, simul-

taneous equations, exponents and radicals,

and logarithmic equations. (3 cr)

Limits, derivatives, integrals, exponential,

logarithmic, and applications. Prerequisite:

MATH 103. (3 cr)

Limits, continuity, differentiation, Mean Value

Theorem, integration, Fundamental Theo-

rem of Calculus, and applications. Prereq-

uisite: MATH 103 and MATH 105, or MATH

107. (4 cr)

Applications and techniques of integra-

tion, polar equations, parametric equations,

sequences and series, power series and ap-

plications. Prerequisite: MATH 165. (4 cr)

An introduction to statistical methods of

gathering, presenting and analyzing data.

Topics include probability and probability dis-

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