CRN# 
Dept 
Crse 
Sec 
Hrs 
Course Name 
Day 
Start 
End 

January 14  May 10 
30203 
MATH 
1003 
M01 
3 
Data Models

MWF

08:30am

09:20



Enrollment: 10 
Location: FUGITT 119 Inst: Bonnie Davenport 

Introduces the nature and utility of contemporary mathematics. Topics include: numeration contexts, problem solving, modeling with technology. Cartesian coordinate systems, time series data, and modeling with straight lines; additional topics may include, but are not limited to: functions, direct porportionality, discrete dynamical systems, probability and statistics, and logic. NOTE: This course is a prerequisite for MATH 1013. Prerequisite: Placement. Course Rotation: All semesters. GE CORE: INQUIRY & ANALYSIS/MATHEMATICS 

30204 
MATH 
1003 
M02 
3 
Data Models

MWF

11:30am

12:20



Enrollment: 34 
Location: FUGITT 118 Inst: Darryl Dillery 

30205 
MATH 
1003 
M03 
3 
Data Models

MWF

12:30pm

01:20



Enrollment: 6 
Location: FUGITT 119 Inst: Hsiao Kung 

30206 
MATH 
1003 
M04 
3 
Data Models

MWF

01:30pm

02:20



Enrollment: 8 
Location: FUGITT 119 Inst: Hsiao Kung 

30207 
MATH 
1003 
M05 
3 
Data Models

TR

09:30am

10:45



Enrollment: 21 
Location: FUGITT 119 Inst: Cynthia Carter 

30208 
MATH 
1003 
M06 
3 
Data Models

TR

11:00am

12:15



Enrollment: 15 
Location: FUGITT 119 Inst: Cynthia Carter 

30209 
MATH 
1003 
M07 
3 
Data Models

TR

12:30pm

01:45



Enrollment: 22 
Location: FUGITT 118 Inst: Michael Ratliff 

30211 
MATH 
1013 
M01 
3 
Functions And Algebra

MWF

10:30am

11:20



Enrollment: 21 
Location: FUGITT 119 Inst: Bonnie Davenport 

This course familiarizes students with standard mathematics functions. These include polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions. The course uses a data modeling approach to introduce and to utilize the functions. There is a larger emphasis on incorporating technology and a smaller emphasis on algebraic manipulations of expressions. This course satisfies the General Education Mathematics requirement. This course is a prerequisite for MATH 1124 Precalculus and MATH 2303 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences. Credit will not be given for both MATH 1013 and MATH 1113. Prerequisite: MATH 1003 or placement. Course Rotation: All semesters. GE CORE  INQUIRY & ANALYSIS  MATHEMATICS 

30212 
MATH 
1013 
M02 
3 
Functions And Algebra

MWF

11:30am

12:20



Enrollment: 20 
Location: FUGITT 119 Inst: Bonnie Davenport 

30213 
MATH 
1013 
M03 
3 
Functions And Algebra

TR

09:30am

10:45



Enrollment: 21 
Location: FUGITT 118 Inst: Rickie Williams 

30214 
MATH 
1013 
M04 
3 
Functions And Algebra

TR

11:00am

12:15



Enrollment: 26 
Location: FUGITT 118 Inst: Rickie Williams 

30215 
MATH 
1124 
M01 
4 
PreCalculus

MTWRF

07:30am

08:20



Enrollment: 30 
Location: FUGITT 118 Inst: Rickie Williams 

Course explores algebraic, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions; and their inverses, graphs, matrices, vectors, conics, and applications. A graphic calculator is used. This course satisfies the General Education Mathematics requirement. This course is a prerequisite for MATH 2315 Calculus I. Prerequisite: MATH 1013 or placement. Course Rotation: All semesters. GE CORE  INQUIRY & ANALYSIS  MATHEMATICS 

30216 
MATH 
2203 
M01 
3 
Introduction To Statistics

TR

12:30pm

01:45


F 
Enrollment: 35 
Location: FUGITT 119 Inst: Bonnie Davenport 

Content includes: descriptive statistics for one and two variables; elementary probability theory; random variables; discrete probability distributions; and continuous probability distributions with emphasis on the normal distribution. Prerequisite: Successful completion of General Education Mathematics requirement or instructor's permission. Course Rotation: All semesters. 

30218 
MATH 
2203 
M02 
3 
Introduction To Statistics

T

05:30pm

08:00

N/A

N/A

N/A




Enrollment: 28 
Location: FUGITT 118 Inst: Rickie Williams 

January to Spring Break  Web  After Spring Break Class will meet in Fugitte 118 on Tuesday evenings 5:308:00. 

30219 
MATH 
2223 
M01 
3 
Math Elementary Teachers II

TR

08:00am

09:15



Enrollment: 11 
Location: FUGITT 106 Inst: Michael Ratliff 

For future teachers in grades P9. Emphasizes mathematical concepts and processes through solving problems. Content includes: probability, statistics, measurement (including metric and English), geometry (properties of shape, two and three dimensions, similarities, and transformations). Manipulates, cooperative learning, reflective writing, and available technology will be utilized. Prerequisite: MATH 2213. Spring and also Fall in odd years. 

30220 
MATH 
2315 
M01 
5 
Analytic Geometry & Calculus I

MWF

01:30pm

02:20

TR

12:30pm

01:44




Enrollment: 16 
Location: FUGITT 131 Inst: John LaGrange 

An introduction to analytic geometry; functions, limits and continuity; the derivative and applications; the differential; integration and applications. Prerequisites: MATH 1124 or equivalent. All semesters. GE INTERMEDIATE  INQUIRY & ANALYSIS  APPLICATION/INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE 

30221 
MATH 
2325 
M01 
5 
Analytic Geometry & Cal II

MWF

08:30am

09:20

TR

08:00am

09:15




Enrollment: 9 
Location: FUGITT 131 Inst: Darryl Dillery 

Course covers topics that include: techniques of integration; indeterminate forms and improper integrals; infinite series; analytic geometry; plane curves and polar coordinates. Prerequisite: MATH 2315. Spring. GE INTERMEDIATE  INQUIRY & ANALYSIS  APPLICATION/INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE 

30222 
MATH 
2713 
M01 
3 
Intro To Computational Science

MWF

10:30am

11:20


F 
Enrollment: 12 
Location: TURNER 108 Inst: James Curry 

(Also listed as "CIS 2713" and "PHYS 2713.") Presents an introduction to the theory and application of computer programming. Basic control structures and objectoriented constructs are explored. Prerequisite: MATH 1013 or equivalent. Course Rotation: Spring. 

30223 
MATH 
3003 
M01 
3 
Linear Algebra

MWF

09:30am

10:20



Enrollment: 12 
Location: FUGITT 131 Inst: John LaGrange 

Concepts and topics include systems of linear equations, vector spaces, linear transformations, matrices, and determinants. Prerequisite: MATH 2315. GE INTERMEDIATE  EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION. 

30224 
MATH 
3113 
M01 
3 
Geometry

MWF

01:30pm

02:20



Enrollment: 3 
Location: FUGITT 106 Inst: Michael Ratliff 

Concepts and topics explored in this class include constructions, the axiomatic method, Euclidean geometry, finite geometries, transformational geometry, and other nonEuclidean geometries. Prerequisite: MATH 2315. Course rotation: Spring. 

30225 
MATH 
3121 
M01 
1 
History'S Great Problems

T

11:00am

12:15



Enrollment: 6 
Location: FUGITT 106 Inst: John LaGrange 

A study of selected topics from the history and nature of mathematics from ancient to modern times, with an emphasis on important mathematical concepts and problems. Prerequisite: MATH 2503. Spring in odd years. 

30226 
MATH 
3323 
M01 
3 
Differential Equations

TR

09:30am

10:45



Enrollment: 8 
Location: FUGITT 131 Inst: Darryl Dillery 

Concepts and topics explored in this class include first and second order ordinary differential equations, the Laplace transform, and matrix systems of ordinary differential equations. Prerequisite: MATH 2325. Spring. GE MASTERY  APPLICATION/INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE 

30652 
MATH 
4813 
M01 
3 
Sp Top: Analysis II

MWF

11:30am

12:20



Enrollment: 5 
Location: FUGITT 131 Inst: John LaGrange 

This is a three credit hour course, and it is intended to provide an introduction to graph theory and an introduction to combinatorics. The graph theoretic topics that will be covered include distance, trees, trails, circuits, planarity, colorings, matchings, and Ramsey theory. The combinatorial topics that will be covered include multinomial coefficients, the pigeonhole principle, the principle of inclusion and exclusion, generating functions, and P'olya's theory of counting. Prerequisite: MATH 2315 

January 17  February 19 
30230 
MATH 
0901 
M01 
1 
Percents & Proportions

TR

09:30am

10:45



Enrollment: 5 
Location: FUGITT 106 Inst: Rickie Williams 

The objective of this course is to build an understanding of the definition of percents and the use of proportion in problem solving. Grading: Credit/No Credit. Course Rotation: All Semesters. 

30231 
MATH 
0901 
M02 
1 
Percents & Proportions

TR

12:30pm

01:45



Enrollment: 4 
Location: FUGITT 106 Inst: Rickie Williams 

February 21  April 2 
30232 
MATH 
0911 
M01 
1 
Variables & Equations

TR

09:30am

10:45



Enrollment: 5 
Location: FUGITT 106 Inst: Rickie Williams 

The objective of this course is to build an understanding of equations as conditions and the use of variables to generalize. We will work extensively with identifying conditions that may be represented numerically and with solving linear equations. Grading: Credit/No Credit. Course Rotation: All semesters. 

30233 
MATH 
0911 
M02 
1 
Variables & Equations

TR

12:30pm

01:45



Enrollment: 3 
Location: FUGITT 106 Inst: Rickie Williams 

April 4  May 10 
30234 
MATH 
0921 
M01 
1 
Charts

TR

09:30am

10:45



Enrollment: 5 
Location: FUGITT 106 Inst: Rickie Williams 

The objective of this course is to build an understanding of reading and presenting graphical information. Grading: Credit/No Credit. Course Rotation: All Semesters. 

30235 
MATH 
0921 
M02 
1 
Charts

TR

12:30pm

01:45



Enrollment: 3 
Location: FUGITT 106 Inst: Rickie Williams 

March 18  May 10 
30757 
MATH 
2203 
M03 
3 
Introduction To Statistics

WF

08:00am

10:20



Enrollment: 15 
Location: FUGITT 106 Inst: Michael Ratliff 

Content includes: descriptive statistics for one and two variables; elementary probability theory; random variables; discrete probability distributions; and continuous probability distributions with emphasis on the normal distribution. Prerequisite: Successful completion of General Education Mathematics requirement or instructor's permission. Course Rotation: All semesters. 
