## MATHEMATICS

MATH 5 – BASIC ALGEBRA
The course is a review of basic high-school mathematics. It is designed to refresh math concepts for student graduated from a high-school long time before enrollment to the university. (3 units)

MATH 10 – COLLEGE MATHEMATICS
Algebra: fundamental algebraic concepts and operations, number bases, linear equations and inequalities, functions, graphing. Graphs and functions: study of functions including exponents and radical polynomials, geometric series, rational expressions, quadratic equations, and logarithms. (3 units)

MATH 15 – FINITE MATHEMATICS
Topics include matrix theory, linear systems, linear programming, probability, decision theory, and game theory. Also applied calculus is covered. (3 units)

MATH 21 – CALCULUS I
Differential Calculus, derivative and applications. Techniques of differentiation of algebraic functions. Exponential and logarithmic functions. Implicit method. Graphing, maxima and minima, concavity. Mean value theorem. (3 units) Prerequisite:  MATH 10

MATH 22 – CALCULUS II
Integral Calculus. Fundamental theorem, mean value theorem, Taylor's formula, indeterminate forms. Area and the indefinite integral, techniques of integration. Applications to volume, arc length, physics problems. (3 units) Prerequisite:  MATH 21

MATH 25 – CALCULATOR MATH
This course combines College Math, Pre-calculus, Finite Math and parts of Statistics, Programming and Linear Algebra. Covers both "hand" and "machine" math in depth. Involves the use of the calculator as a tool to solve problems as well as probing the theoretical aspects of it. (3 units) Prerequisite: MATH 10

MATH 40 – LINEAR ALGEBRA
Vector spaces, linear transformations, matrices, systems of linear equations. Stress on 2 and 1 dimensions, including geometric and other applications. (3 units) Prerequisite:  MATH 10

MATH 280 – SPECIAL TOPICS IN MATHEMATICS
A special topic course may be given as independent study. (1-4 units) Prerequisite: Instructor's permission