# Courses

## Courses

Subj Number Course Title
 MATH 0903 Beginning and Intermediate Algebra MATH 1003 College Mathematics MATH 1113 College Algebra MATH 1203 Plane Trigonometry MATH 1914 Precalculus MATH 2033 Mathematical Concepts I MATH 2043 Mathematical Concepts II MATH 2163 Introduction to Statistical Methods MATH 2223 Quantitative Business Analysis MATH 2243 Calculus for Business and Economics MATH 2703 Discrete Mathematics MATH 2914 Calculus I MATH 2924 Calculus II MATH 2934 Calculus III MATH 3003 Foundations of Number Systems MATH 3033 Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics MATH 3123 College Geometry MATH 3153 Applied Statistics I MATH 3173 Math Methods for Engineers MATH 3203 Introduction to Analysis MATH 3243 Differential Equations I MATH 4003 Linear Algebra I MATH 4033 Abstract Algebra I MATH 4103 Linear Algebra II MATH 4113 History of Mathematics MATH 4123 Mathematical Modeling MATH 4153 Applied Statistics II MATH 4173 Advanced Biostatistics MATH 4243 Differential Equations II MATH 4263 Mathematical Statistics MATH 4273 Complex Variables MATH 4343 Introduction to Partial Differential Equations MATH 4703 Special Methods in Mathematics MATH 4772 Mathematics Teaching Practicum MATH 4951 Undergraduate Research in Mathematics MATH 4952 Undergraduate Research in Mathematics MATH 4953 Undergraduate Research in Mathematics MATH 4954 Undergraduate Research in Mathematics MATH 4971 Mathematics Senior Seminar MATH 4991 Special Problems in Mathematics MATH 4992 Special Problems in Mathematics MATH 4993 Special Problems in Mathematics MATH 4994 Special Problems in Mathematics MATH 5103 Linear Algebra II MATH 5153 Applied Statistics II MATH 5173 Advanced Biostatistics MATH 5243 Differential Equations II MATH 5273 Complex Variables MATH 5343 Introduction to Partial Differential Equations MATH 6213 Methods in Teaching Middle School Mathematics MATH 6323 Methods in Teaching Secondary Mathematics MATH 6881 Workshop MATH 6882 Workshop MATH 6883 Workshop MATH 6891 Independent Study MATH 6892 Independent Study MATH 6893 Independent Study MATH 6894 Independent Study MATH 6991 Project or Thesis Research Continuation

## Description

MATH0903: Beginning and Intermediate Algebra
The purpose of this course is to prepare for college level mathematics those students whose mathematics background is inadequate. Content of the course is the language of algebra, fundamental operations, signed numbers, various equations, problem solving, special products and factoring, fractions, functions, graphs, exponents, and systems of linear equations.

Note: The grade in the course will be computed in semester and cumulative grade point averages, but will not be calculated in earned hours. The course may not be used to satisfy general education requirements nor provide credit toward any degree.

Note: The course is repeatable allowing hours for financial aid purposes. All attempts of the course will be included in the semester and cumulative grade point average. Students earning the grade of D*, F*, or FE may repeat the course and petition the Registrar's Office to have the quality hours and quality points removed from the in semester and cumulative grade point averages.

Note: A student must achieve a grade of A*, AQ*, B*, BQ*, C*, or CQ* to satisfy the requirements to enroll in MATH 1003. A student must achieve a grade of A*, B*, or C* to satisfy the requirements to enroll in MATH 1113. A student earning a grade of AN*, BN*, CN*, D*, F*, or FE will be required to reenroll in MATH 0903.

## Sections

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