Mathematics

A pre-college course designed to assist the student in the study of graphing linear equations in one and two variables, graphing systems of linear equations, polynomial factoring, rational expressions, roots and radicals including complex numbers, quadratic equations and inequalities. This course does not satisfy requirements for any degree plan at Western Oklahoma State College. This course is a high school deficiency removal course.

(3 credit hours, 48 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

A developmental course designed to assist the student in the study of decimals, percents, rations, proportion, polynomials, factoring, and graphing and preparing students for the Functions and Modeling course (MATH1483). This course does not satisfy requirements for any degree plan at Western Oklahoma State College. This course is a high school deficiency removal course. Appropriate placement score is required for enrollment.

(3 credit hours, 48 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

A developmental course designed to assist the student in the study of fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, proportion, polynomials, and preparing students for Survey of Math. This course does not satisfy requirements for any degree plan at Western Oklahoma State College. This course is a high school deficiency removal course. Appropriate placement score is required for enrollment.

(3 credit hours, 48 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

Integrated Review content includes order of operations, linear equations, and factoring polynomials, properties of exponents, simplifying rational expressions, simplifying complex numbers, and solving quadratic equations.

(2 credit hours, 32 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

Integrated Review contenct includes order of operations, linear equations, and factoring polynomials, properties of exponents, simplifying rational expressions, simplyfying radical expressions, and solving quadratic equations.

(2 credit hours, 32 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

Integrated Review content includes order of operations, fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, proportions, and basic geometric figures.

(2 credit hours, 32 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

Integrated Review content includes order of operations, linear equations, and factoring polynomials, properties of exponents, simplifying rational expressions, simplifying complex numbers, and solving quadratic equations.

(2 credit hours, 32 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

An introduction to mathematical ideas and their applications. Topics are chosen from set theory, logic, probability and statistics, number theory, and graph theory. (GE,LAS)

(3 credit hours, 48 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

Study of equations and functions (linear, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic) from various perspectives (symbolic, verbal, numerical, graphical); digital techniques for graphing functions, solving equations, and modeling data using regressions. This course is designed for students in agricultural, business, life/health science, or social science majors. (GE,LAS)

(3 credit hours, 48 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

Course content includes polynomial, logarithmic, exponential, rational, radical, and absolute value equations and inequalities. (GE,LAS)

(3 credit hours, 48 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

Study of equations and functions (polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic), system of equations. Suitable for students planning on taking calculus. (GE,LAS)

(3 credit hours, 48 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

Course content includes trigonometric functions, identities and equations, trigonometric function graph, inverse trigonometric functions, and solutions of triangles. (LAS)

(3 credit hours, 48 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

Introductory course in calculus for non-mathematics major with topics in limits, derivatives, differentiation, integration of polynomial functions, and introduction to exponential and logarithmic functions. Applications related to the business, economics, and the social sciences. (LAS)

(3 credit hours, 48 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

Provides an introduction to the elements of statistics. Includes frequency distributions, measures of central tendency, elementary probability, binomial distribution, measures of variation, normal distributions, random sampling, tests of significance, t-test and chi-square test. Projects may be assigned using statistical software. (LAS)

(3 credit hours, 48 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

Topics include differentiation and integration of functions, curve tracing, definite integrals, and treatment of trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Students may enter course directly from high school if student's courses included college algebra and trigonometry and if student's ACT test is sufficiently high. (LAS)

(5 credit hours, 80 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

Topics include hyperbolic functions, techniques of integration, disc and shell methods, parametric equations and polar coordinates, l'Hopital's Rule, sequences and series, and an introduction to vectors. (LAS)

(5 credit hours, 80 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)

A continuation of MATH 2235 Calculus II. Includes vectors, infinite series, partial derivatives, multiple integration, Green's Theorem, and Stokes' Theorem.

(3 credit hours, 48 lecture hours, 0 lab hours)