**MA099 - Essentials of Math/Algebra***

A foundation level course provides essential mathematics skills for college programs which require basic algebra skills. Topics include basic operations with decimals, fractions and integers, percent applications, proportions, algebraic expressions, an introduction to solving linear equations, graphing linear equations, the metric system and solving first degree equations and inequalities.

Placement into this course will be based on prior academic experience in Mathematics.

Minimum passing grade of “C”. Fulfills program prerequisite for High School Algebra.

*Institutional credit only

Credits: 3

**MAEL - Mathematics Elective**

**MA107 - Logical Reasoning and Decision Making**

*Prerequisite: High School Regents mathematics or MA099*

This course introduces students to both informal and formal logic; and students will use the developed logic to evaluate decisions for given situations. Topics include: informal logical games, logical fallacies, truth tables, logical equivalence, and sentential logic with proofs, categorical logic, probability, expected value, and decision making.

**Cross listed with PH107. **Credit will not be granted for both MA107 and PH107

Credits: 3

**MA110 - College Algebra**

*Prerequisite: High School Regents mathematics or MA099.*

A pre-calculus level algebra course. Topics include solving system of equations that contain either two or three variables, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing monomials and polynomials; factoring polynomials, simplifying rational expressions and solving linear equations and inequity expressions that contain absolute values.

Credits: 3

**MA111 - College Algebra and Statistics with Business Applications**

*Prerequisites: High School Regents mathematics or MA099.*

This course provides students foundations in algebra and statistics as preparation for the demands of quantitative reasoning in the field of business. Topics on algebra include: function, linear, quadratic, radicals, exponential, logarithmic, and inverse functions. Topics on statistics include: measures of central tendency, measures of variations, and measures of positions, counting principles, probability, expected value and regressions. Applications to business and finance problems are a focus.

Credits: 3

**MA112 - College Algebra with Trigonometry**

*Prerequisite: MA099, two years of high school level mathematics under the Regents curriculum, or an algebra course*

*Students are advised to earn a minimum grade of “B” in the prerequisite mathematics course.*

This pre-calculus course is designed to develop mathematics and skills so that students are adequately prepared for calculus and other College-level science courses. Algebra topics covered include: radicals, quadratic functions, logarithmic, exponential and their inverse functions, and systems of linear equations. Trigonometry topics include right triangle trigonometry, trigonometric ratios and identities. Graphing is emphasized in both algebra and trigonometry topics.

Credits: 4

**MA120 - Statistics I**

*Prerequisite: high school Regents mathematics*

An introduction to Statistics with modern applications to Sociology, Business, Economics, Ecology, Health Science and Psychology. Topics include descriptive statistics, central tendency, percentile rank, Z-Scores, probability, probability distribution, correlation and regression analysis.

Credits: 3

**MA130 - Calculus I**

*Prerequisite: MA110 or permission from Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs*

This is a study of differential and integral calculus with analytic geometry. Various types of functions with their derivatives, applications including curve plotting, maxima and minima problems and related rates. Integration problems, including the area between two curves and the trapezoidal rule.

Credits: 4

**MA200 - Statistical Methods**

*Prerequisites: College algebra *

This introductory statistics course focuses on several topics: population and samples; data organization and representation; measure of central tendency, variation, and position; basic probability and probability distribution; normal distribution; confidence interval; hypothesis testing of one population: *z*-test and *t*-test; type I and type II errors; linear regression; and non-parametric statistics. Statistics applications are drawn from several disciplines such as sociology, business economics ecology, health science, and psychology. This course uses a graphing calculator and computer statistical software.

Credits: 3

**MA220 - Statistics II**

*Prerequisite: MA120*

This course continues the study of statistics and takes up normal distribution, linear regression, sampling techniques and hypothesis testing, as well as analysis of variance and non-parametric statistics.

Credits: 3

**MA230 - Calculus II**

*Prerequisite: MA130*

This course includes the transcendental functions; methods of integration with applications to volumes, polar coordinates, vectors and parametric equations, and infinite series.

Credits: 4

**QUEL - Quantitative Analysis Elective**