##### GEOG230. Atmospheric Science

##### MAOL130. Concepts for Math Ele I

This course is required of all P-5 elementary education majors, all 7-12 special education majors, and in the mathematics emphasis and specialization for P-5 and middle grades, respectively. The mathematical topics discussed in the course are chosen to reflect the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics and Kentucky’s Learning Goals and Valued Outcomes. It is a study of our numeration system and bases, number theory, and the real number system with the concepts of algebra, logic, sets, estimation, and relations emphasized throughout. Problem solving techniques, manipulative aids, coop-erative learning, writing, and available technology will be utilized as appropriate to help foster a constructive belief about mathematics. Credit: 3 hours. Offered fall semesters and other semesters by demand.

##### MAOL136. Pre Calculus

This course is the study of equations and graphs, polynomial functions, composition of functions, rational functions, trigonometric functions, the solutions of right triangles, oblique triangles, trigonometric functions of multiple angles, and trigonometric identities and equations. Credit, 3 hours. Offered fall and spring semesters.

##### MAOL230. Concepts of Math for Ele II

This course is required of all P-5 elementary education majors, all 7-12 special education majors, and in the mathematics emphasis and specialization for P-5 and middle grades, respectively. The mathematical topics discussed in the course are chosen to reflect the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics and Kentucky’s Learning Goals and Valued Outcomes. It is a study of probability, statistics, measurement, and geometry with the concepts of algebra, logic, sets, estimation, and relations emphasized throughout with various problem solving techniques. Manipulative aids, cooperative learning, writing, and available technology will be utilized to help foster a constructive belief about mathematics. Credit, 3 hours. Offered spring semesters and other semesters by demand.

##### MATH110. Freshman Seminar

This seminar course introduces the freshman mathematics student to the curriculum, facilities, faculty, and other students in the mathematics program. Credit, 1 hour. Offered fall semesters.

##### MATH130. Concepts of Math for Ele I

This course is required of all P-5 elementary education majors, all 7-12 special education majors, and in the mathematics emphasis and specialization for P-5 and middle grades, respectively. The mathematical topics discussed in the course are chosen to reflect the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics and Kentucky’s Learning Goals and Valued Outcomes. It is a study of our numeration system and bases, number theory, and the real number system with the concepts of algebra, logic, sets, estimation, and relations emphasized throughout. Problem solving techniques, manipulative aids, coop-erative learning, writing, and available technology will be utilized as appropriate to help foster a constructive belief about mathematics. Credit: 3 hours. Offered fall semesters and other semesters by demand.

##### MATH131. College Mathematics

Topics studied in this course include the arithmetic of whole numbers and integers, greatest common divisor, prime numbers, least common multiple, arithmetic of fractions, arithmetic of signed numbers, angles, lines, polygons, circles, ratio, proportion, algebraic expressions, algebra of linear equations, exponents and scientific notation, algebra of polynomials, factoring and special products, algebra of rational expressions, systems of linear equations, square roots, and quadratic equations. Credit, 3 hours. Offered fall and spring semesters and summer term by demand.

##### MATH132. College Algebra

This is a study of exponents, radicals, polynomials, rational expressions, inequalities, relations and graphs, linear equations, quadratic equations, systems of equations, and complex numbers. Credit, 3 hours. Offered fall and spring semesters and summer term by demand.

##### MATH136. Precalculus

This course is the study of equations and graphs, polynomial functions, composition of functions, rational functions, trigonometric functions, the solutions of right triangles, oblique triangles, trigonometric functions of multiple angles, and trigonometric identities and equations. Credit, 3 hours. Offered fall and spring semesters.

##### MATH140. Calculus I

Prerequisite knowledge of trigonometry and proficiency in algebraic operations is required to enter this course. It is the study of analytic geometry, functions, continuity, concept of limit, differentiation of algebraic and trigonometric functions, applications of derivatives, and introduction to the process of integration. Credit, 4 hours. Offered fall and spring semesters.