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Courses at the 200-level

CSCI 201: Computer Programming I

The fundamentals of programming and algorithm development are taught using an object-oriented language, such as Java. Topics include classes, control structures, arrays, and inheritance. Lecture and laboratory.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • CSCI 157 or consent of department chair.
CSCI 203: Advanced Visual BASIC Programming

Students are introduced to file management, multi-dimensional arrays, subroutines, and VBScript. Students also compile programs to form executable programs and construct forms that can be processed through the Internet.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • CSCI 102
CSCI 221: Computer Programming II

A continuation of CSCI 201, emphasis is on techniques needed to develop large object-oriented programs. Topics include graphical user interfaces, exception handling, strings, recursion, and files. Lecture and laboratory.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • CSCI 201
MATH 200: Finite Mathematics for Computer Science

Selected mathematical concepts and techniques are studied. Topics include binary and hexadecimal arithmetic, computerrelated logic, Boolean algebra, combinatorics, vectors, matrices, and an introduction to graphs.
4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Three units of college preparatory mathematics or MATH 120
MATH 209: Precalculus Mathematics

The functions, concepts, and techniques of algebra and trigonometry considered essential in the study and applications of calculus are introduced and/or reinforced.
4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • three units of college preparatory mathematics or MATH 120.
MATH 210: College Trigonometry

This is an in-depth study of trigonometry. Topics include a comprehensive analysis of trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions and solutions of triangles, vectors, and polar coordinates.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Three units of college preparatory mathematics or MATH 120 or 181
MATH 212: Calculus I

This course covers the fundamental concepts, techniques, and applications of the differential calculus of one variable and begins the study of integration.
4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • MATH 209
MATH 213: Calculus II

A continuation of MATH 212, topics include derivatives and integrals of logarithmic, exponential, and inverse trigonometric functions; techniques of integration; infinite series; and related applications.
4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • MATH 212
MATH 238: Quantitative Business Analysis II

Elementary differential calculus and partial differentiation are studied, with applications to management. Students cannot receive credit for both MATH 238 and 247, nor for MATH 238 if credit was received for MATH 212.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • MATH 177 or 209
MATH 240: Statistical Methods I

Descriptive statistics; confidence intervals and hypothesis testing; random variables; estimations and tests of significance; and correlation and regression are studied. Students cannot receive credit for both MATH 240 and 248.
4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • three units of college preparatory mathematics, or MATH 120, or consent of department chair
  • or consent of the department chair
MATH 247: Calculus: A Short Course

Topics include differentiation and integration, including an introduction to partial differentiation. Students cannot receive credit for both MATH 238 and 247, nor for MATH 247 if credit was received for MATH 212.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • MATH 120 or equivalent, or 177, or 181, or 209
MATH 248: Business Statistics I

Topics include descriptive statistics, probability distributions, expected values, sampling distributions, and an introduction to estimation and hypothesis testing. Students cannot receive credit for both MATH 240 and 248.
4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • MATH 177 or consent of department chair
  • or consent of the department chair
MATH 262: Ethnomathematics

Students investigate how different cultures develop mathematics. Topics include the development of numeration systems, arithmetic, geometry, and calendars.
4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Gen. Ed. Core 1, 2, and 3

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