MAT210 College Algebra I 

3 semester hour credits 

(Prerequisite: One year of high school algebra or equivalent.)

This course develops skills in problem solving, graphing, working with functions, and critical thinking. Topics include solving and graphing linear inequalities, graphing linear functions, solving linear systems of equations in two variables, exponents, and factoring polynomials.

MAT200 Statistics                             3 semester hour credits

(Prerequisite:  2 years high school algebra)

This course covers mathematical foundations of elementary statistical methods, application and theory, probability in discrete and continuous distribution, correlation and regression, sampling distribution, significance tests.


MAT210 College Algebra I           3 semester hour credits

(Prerequisite: One year of high school algebra or equivalent.)

This course develops skills in problem solving, graphing, working with functions, and critical thinking. Topics include solving and graphing linear inequalities, graphing linear functions, solving linear systems of equations in two variables, exponents, and factoring polynomials.



MAT211 College Algebra II                                                  4 semester hour credits (Prerequisite: College Algebra I)

Continues the emphasis on functions and graphing introduced in College Algebra I. Topics include solving and graphing quadratic equations, rational expressions, compound inequalities, absolute value equations, rational functions, radical functions, rational exponents, and complex numbers.


MAT200 Statistics                             3 semester hour credits

(Prerequisite:  2 years high school algebra)

This course covers mathematical foundations of elementary statistical methods, application and theory, probability in discrete and continuous distribution, correlation and regression, sampling distribution, significance tests.