# Mathematics Courses

**HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT**

**113 NUTRITION AND DIET THERAPY,
FALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER 3(3-0)**

This course presents basic principles of human nutrition including nutrients and

allowances for various ages and normal conditions. The use of diet therapy in disease

and abnormal conditions is covered. Course is directed to students interested in health-related

professions including nursing and dietetics.

Prerequisites: E, M, R.

**200 HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP,**

FALL, WINTER FEE, 3(1-8)

FALL, WINTER FEE, 3(1-8)

Supervised work experience integrates academic study with hospitality industry experience

in hotel/motel or restaurant work site. Students work 120 hours at assigned hospitality

management sites and have one hour of campus class time per week. Students must meet

with coordinator prior to enrollment.

Prerequisites: E, M, R, HOSP 110, HOSP 115, HOSP 150, HOSP 252

**HUMANITIES**

105 AWARENESS OF THE FINE ARTS, ON DEMAND 1(1-0)

105 AWARENESS OF THE FINE ARTS, ON DEMAND 1(1-0)

An interdisciplinary study designed to develop the student’s awareness of interrelationships

of the various fine arts and to investigate their impact upon contemporary society from

a variety of perspectives. Various methods of instruction may be used for this course,

including independent reading or research, lecture and discussion, projects associated with

a field trip, or travel of recognizable educational value. If a trip is the major thrust of the

course, it will include pre-trip preparation that could include readings, videos and written

assignments and a post-trip evaluation such as a written assignment, journal or test.

Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.

**209 INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF CINEMA, FALL 3(3-0)**

Social, cultural and artistic nature and significance of motion pictures. In addition to critical

exploration of current films, touch-stone films used to document historical development of

cinematic techniques and genres.

Prerequisites: E, R

**294 Field Experience in the Fine Arts , ON DEMAND**

3(3-0)

3(3-0)

A travel course of an interdisciplinary nature where the world of theatre, music, dance and

the visual arts are explored in a metropolitan setting. The course may visit literary sites

and participate in multicultural and international activities. Students are assigned pre-trip

readings, video viewings and written assignments; may do a trip journal; and have a post-trip

written assignment, test, or other means of evaluation.

Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor. Recommended: MUSN 109, ART 101 or 102, or DRAM

201.

**INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY (INMT)**

109 INTRO TO WELDING, FALL, WINTER 2(1-2)

109 INTRO TO WELDING, FALL, WINTER 2(1-2)

Basic skills and techniques in oxyacetylene welding and shielded metal arc welding.

Introduction to welding for maintenance welders and welding technicians. Instruction and

practice in brazing, flame cutting, electrode selection and various types of welds. Techniques

of welding in all positions are learned through hands on practice. Safety hazards and safe

practices in oxyacetylene welding, cutting and shielded metal arc are emphasized.

Prerequisites: M, R

**110 MIG/TIG Welding , FALL, WINTER 3(2-2)**

Considers various gas metal arc welding (MIG) processes, including microwire, flux-core,

innershield and submerged arc, with emphasis on metal inert gas welding. Provides

extensive experience in gas tungsten arc welding (TIG). Students will demonstrate

techniques of welding in MIG and TIG, in all positions, using various gauges of metal.

Prerequisites: M, R

**MATHEMATICS**

NOTE: Courses that have identification numbers below 100 are not counted

toward the total credit hours needed to earn a certificate or an associate degree.

**MATH MINI-COURSE DESCRIPTIONS, SPRING, SUMMER**

Basic math mini-courses are designed to provide remedial or review work for students with

mathematical skill deficiencies in specific areas of basic math. The seven units of Basic Math

(090) have been paired in a variety of combinations to serve as one credit mini-courses.The

materials covered in each of the seven units of Basic Mathematics are as follows:

WHOLE NUMBERS - representation, rounding, addition, subtraction,

multiplication, division, primes, powers and roots.

FRACTIONS - definitions, equivalents, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

DECIMALS - representation, rounding, binary operations and applications.

RATIO AND PROPORTION - definitions and applications.

PERCENT - percents as fractions, finding a percent of a number, fractions as

percents and applications of percents.

PRACTICAL GEOMETRY - basic concepts, perimeters, circumferences and areas.

**090 BASIC MATHEMATICS,**

FALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER 4(4-0)

FALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER 4(4-0)

Individualized competency-based or lecture course in basic mathematical skills.

Students placed by assessment results at appropriate level at beginning of course.

Proficiency at 70-percent level must be demonstrated in each unit before progressing

to next unit. Basic Mathematics covers whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratio and

proportion, percent, practical geometry and/or introduction to algebra.

Prerequisites: Assessment Placement

**095 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA,**

FALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER 4(4-0)

FALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER 4(4-0)

Covers all topics in one-year beginning algebra course, including sets and numeration

systems, set of integers, multiplication and division, algebraic operations, equations,

introduction to factoring, factoring techniques, basic fractional operations; addition,

subtraction, multiplication, division, complex fractions, introduction to rectangular

coordinate system and systems of equations. Elementary Algebra is offered as a self-paced

course or in a traditional classroom format.

Prerequisites: R, Assessment placement

**122 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA,**

FALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER 4(4-0)

FALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER 4(4-0)

Provides students with sufficient algebraic knowledge and skills for success in subsequent

mathematics or science courses. Brief review of four fundamental operations, real number

system, factoring, fractions, linear and fractional equations and inequalities, linear and

quadratic functions and their graphs, systems of equations, determinants and Cramer’s rule,

exponents and radicals, quadratic equations.

Prerequisites: R, MATH 095 with C or better or equivalent

**128 PRE-CALCULUS ALGEBRA,**

FALL, WINTER, SPRING 4(4-0)

FALL, WINTER, SPRING 4(4-0)

Prepares students for calculus. Topics include review of exponents and factoring, equations,

graphs and functions, composite functions, inverse functions, exponential and logarithmic

functions, systems of equations, linear programming, complex numbers, sequences and

binomial theorem.

Prerequisites: R, MATH 122 with C or better, or equivalent

**130 PRE-CALCULUS TRIGONOMETRY, FALL WINTER 3(3-0)**

Fundamental concepts of trigonometry and elementary applications of results. Topics

include angle measure, fundamental identities, variation and graphs of trigonometric

functions, right-angle trigonometry, equations and polar coordinates. For students who

intend to take calculus, this course may be taken after or concurrently with Mathematics 109.

Prerequisites: R, MATH 122 with C or better, or equivalent

**151 CALCULUS I, FALL, WINTER 5(5-0)**

Study of calculus of single variable. Topics include limits, derivative and integral properties

of algebraic and transcendental functions and elementary applications of derivatives and

integrals.

Prerequisites: R, MATH 130, MATH 128 or MATH 135 with C or better or equivalent