Mathematics (MM)

MM150: Survey of Mathematics

Students will improve their background in mathematical concepts and skills utilizing real-world scenarios to solve math problems. Students will also enhance their own knowledge by demonstrating the ability to explain and interpret concepts, which is a valued skill in many fields. The topics may include sets, variables, measurement, and statistics.

Quarter Credit Hours: 5 | Prerequisite: None

MM150M1: Using Set Theory to Investigate Relationships

Recognize relationships between sets.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: None

MM150M2: Equations and Graphing - Using Mathematical Models to Solve Real-Life Problems

Solve real-life problems using equations.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: None

MM150M3: Consumer Mathematics - Using Math to Make Good Financial Decisions

Use mathematics in personal and professional contexts.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: None

MM150M4: Using Geometry and the Metric System to Solve Real-Life Problems

Convert between and within measurement systems.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: None

MM150M5: Statistics - Using Data to Learn About Real Life

Analyze data using basic statistical techniques in real-life situations.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: None

MM207: Statistics

This course serves as an introduction to collecting, organizing and summarizing, and analyzing data using statistical software. Topics include basic terminology, measurement, sampling procedures, graphical and numerical descriptions of data, basic probability, and making inferences from a sample to the population. Statistical software is required in this course and used extensively. The course focuses on "thinking with" statistics rather than "computing" statistics.

Quarter Credit Hours: 5 | Prerequisite: MM150 or higher

MM207M1: Examining Data

Examine data appropriately.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or higher

MM207M2: Graphical Methods

Explain data using graphical methods.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or higher

MM207M3: Variable Relationships

Determine the relationship between two variables.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or higher

MM207M4: Applying Probability

Apply probability to real-world problems.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or higher

MM207M5: Confidence Intervals

Calculate confidence intervals to estimate population parameters.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or higher

MM212: College Algebra

This course covers topics of algebra, including linear functions, equations and inequalities, systems of equations with two variables, polynomial functions, rational and radical equations and inequalities, exponential and logarithmic functions, ratios, proportions, variation, and graphing.

Quarter Credit Hours: 5 | Prerequisite: None

MM212M1: Factoring and Polynomials

Manipulate problems involving polynomials.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: None

MM212M2: Analyzing Rational and Radical Equations

Analyze rational and radical expressions.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: None

MM212M3: Solving Linear Equations and Graphing

Solve linear equations.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: None

MM212M4: Solving Quadratic Equations

Solve quadratic equations.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: None

MM212M5: Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations

Solve exponential and logarithmic equations.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: None

MM250: Discrete Mathematics

This course is designed to provide information technology and computer science students with an overview and appreciation of mathematical concepts, highlighting applications of mathematics to information technology and computer science. Topics include set theory, logic, matrices, sequences and series, graph theory, and algorithm analysis. The student will complete assignments in each of these areas and be able to identify and apply the core concepts in each of these areas to related problems.

Quarter Credit Hours: 5 | Prerequisite: MM150 or MM212

MM250M1: Numbers and Logical Reasoning

Apply logical reasoning to address real-world problems.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or MM212

MM250M2: Counting Techniques and Probability

Solve problems using elementary probability.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or MM212

MM250M3: Sets, Sequences, and Series

Solve problems using arithmetic sequences and series.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or MM212

MM250M4: Graph Theory and Trees

Apply discrete structures to model real-world situations.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or MM212

MM250M5: Transition Diagrams

Apply matrices to model real-world situations.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or MM212

MM255: Business Math and Statistical Measures

In this course, the student will apply math skills and knowledge to solve financial problems and conduct statistical analyses. Through expert step-by-step guidance using sample problems and solutions related to banking, credit, basic finance, investments, and statistics, the student will also gain an understanding of financial instruments and terminology used in business.

Quarter Credit Hours: 5 | Prerequisite: MM150 or higher

MM255M1: Applications of Business Formulas

Apply mathematical formulas to everyday business transactions.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or higher

MM255M2: Interest and Loan Concepts and Calculations

Apply mathematical concepts to starting or running a small business.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or higher

MM255M3: Business Investments

Analyze the results of mathematical calculations to make financial decisions.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or higher

MM255M4: Business Statistics

Calculate and apply measures of central tendency and standard deviation to business applications.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or higher

MM255M5: Making Financial Business Decisions

Recommend business actions using cost analysis.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: MM150 or higher

MM260: Linear Algebra

This course is designed to provide students with an overview and appreciation of linear algebra concepts, highlighting applications of linear algebra to real-world situations. Topics include vector operations, matrices, spaces and subspaces, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and real-world applications of linear algebra. The student will complete assignments in each of these areas and be able to identify and apply the core concepts in each of these areas to related problems.

Quarter Credit Hours: 5 | Prerequisite: MM212

MM305: Business Statistics and Quantitative Analysis

This course introduces the student to basic business statistics and quantitative analysis and their application in solving business problems. Through a combination of readings, practical application exercises, discussions, and use of computer software packages, the student will be provided with the introductory knowledge and the skills needed by managers to optimize the decision-making process.

Quarter Credit Hours: 6 | Prerequisite: Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or Finance programs: MM255; all other students: MM207 or MM255

MM305M1: Descriptive Statistics and Probability

Apply descriptive statistics and probability methods to business situations.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or Finance programs: MM255; all other students: MM207

MM305M2: Sampling Distributions and Estimation

Analyze sampling distributions and estimation strategies using technology.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or Finance programs: MM255; all other students: MM207

MM305M3: Hypothesis Testing

Apply hypothesis testing to real-world situations.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or Finance programs: MM255; all other students: MM207

MM305M4: Decision Analysis

Apply decision analysis strategies to real-world situations.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or Finance programs: MM255; all other students: MM207

MM305M5: Regression and Forecasting

Recommend solutions to business problems using quantitative analysis.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or Finance programs: MM255; all other students: MM207

MM305M6: Project Management Techniques

Evaluate business practices with quantitative analysis techniques.

Quarter Credit Hours: 1 | Prerequisite: Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or Finance programs: MM255; all other students: MM207