Skip to the page content Skip to primary navigation Skip to the search form Skip to the audience-based navigation Skip to the site tools and log-in Information about website accessibility

Mathematics and Statistics

Information about Core Mathematics

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers two mathematics courses which fulfill the core requirement as defined in the Undergraduate Catalog.

Math 1302 – College Algebra
Study of functions, including but not limited to, absolute value, quadratic, polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and exponential; systems of equations; and matrices. Three hours lecture. Three credit hours.

Math 1315 – College Mathematics
Study of set theory; logic; probability and statistics, combinatorics, populations, samples, normal distribution, mean, variance and standard deviation; consumer mathematics and financial management, voting and apportionment, graph theory.  Three hours lecture.  Three credit hours.

Which core mathematics course should you take?  It depends on your major and/or field of study.  Please see the Core Math vs. Majors List for clarification.

Updated 4.19.2009