**
MAT 090: STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS IN MATH
**

MAT090 is designed to provide students with the tools they need to achieve a higher level of success in their entry level mathematics courses. Students who have fully participated in but have been unsuccessful in 0-level math courses should take this course. The course is designed to help students understand and learn the skills that are required to be successful in mathematics. Students will learn to be active rather than passive participants in the learning process. Students will work individually and collaboratively throughout the course. Co-requisite: A co-requisite of at least one MAT course.

**Credits: **1

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **Remedial Math, Remedial

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 091: BEGINNING ALGEBRA
**

Beginning Algebra is intended for students who need a foundation in, or to review the general topics related to Algebra. Topics covered include operations with fractions, signed numbers, solving equations, factoring, linear equations and polynomials. A grade of C or better is required for entrance into MAT 095/099 or 131. MAT 092 (Math Literacy for College Students) is preferred for students going to MAT 109 or 118, but a C in MAT 091 will still serve as a pre-requisite. List of pre-requisites: Compass Pre-Algebra score of at least 36 OR Compass Algebra Score of at least 23 OR CSM 094 with a grade of C or better.

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Online, Lecture

**Attributes: **Remedial Math, Remedial

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 092: MATH LITERACY FOR COLL STUDNTS
**

This course will provide students with the essential quantitative skills and knowledge needed in the workplace, and needed for entrance into BUS 101, MAT 109, MAT 116, MAT 118, or 100-level general education science courses. It will emphasize number sense, percents, computational ability, and basic applications of mathematics including graphs and rate of change. Pre-requisites: Student never took Regents Algebra 2/Trig exam (if student took this exam, then the student should be placed higher). Regents Geometry score of 1-49 in the last two years, OR Regents Integrated Algebra score of 50-74 in the last two years, OR CSM 094 with grade of C or higher, OR Compass Pre-Algebra score of 36 or more, OR Compass Algebra score of 23-48.

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Online, Lecture

**Attributes: **Remedial Math, Remedial

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 095: INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART I
**

This is the first credit of the three-credit Intermediate Algebra sequence of courses. Functions Part 1 is intended to introduce students to functions and function notation. The course will teach students how to recognize linear, quadratic, and exponential functions when given in symbolic or numeric or graphical form. Topics covered include using function notation, finding domain and range, and identifying basic features of linear, quadratic, and exponential functions. A TI-83 or TI-84 calculator is required. If placed into this course, then a grade of C or higher in this course is required for entrance to the Functions Part 2 module. Pre-requisites: Regents Algebra 2/Trig score 1-49 in the last two years, OR Regents Geometry score of 50 or more in the last 2 years, OR Regents Integrated Algebra of 75 or more in the last two years, OR MAT 091 with a C or higher, OR Compass Algebra score of 49 or higher.

**Credits: **1

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **Remedial Math, Remedial

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 096: INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART II
**

This is the second credit of the three-credit Intermediate Algebra sequence of courses. Intermediate Algebra Part 2 is intended to give students a more detailed understanding of linear and quadratic and exponential functions. The course will teach students how to graphically, numerically, and symbolically solve problems involving these three types of functions. Topics covered include graphically and numerically solving problems with the calculator, factoring and the quadratic formula, finding equations of linear functions, and interpreting the real-world meaning of points and slope of lines and rates in exponential functions. A TI-83 or TI-84 calculator is required. If placed into this course, then a grade of C or higher in this course is required for entrance to MAT097, Intermediate Algebra Part 3. Pre-requisite: MAT095, Intermediate Algebra Part 1, with C or higher.

**Credits: **1

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **Remedial Math, Remedial

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 097: INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART III
**

This is the final credit of the three-credit Intermediate Algebra sequence of courses. Preparation for College Level is intended to prepare students for College Algebra (MAT110) or Algebra and Trig for PreCalculus (MAT184) or Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers (MAT107). Topics covered include fractions without a calculator, exponent rules, systems of equations, and basic applications. A TI-83 or TI-84 calculator is required. If placed into this course, then a grade of C or higher in this course is required for entrance to College Algebra (MAT110) or Math for Elementary School Teachers (MAT107) or College Algebra and Trigonometry (MAT184). Prerequisites: MAT096, Intermediate Algebra 2, with a C or higher.

**Credits: **1

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **Remedial Math, Remedial

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 099: INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA COMBINED
**

MAT099 is intended for students who must bring their mathematics proficiency to the level necessary for entrance into MAT110, 184, or 107. This course cannot be used to satisfy the mathematics requirement of the Associate in Art degree program. MAT109 will fulfill the mathematics requirement for many students in Associate of Arts degree programs. Topics include: Functions, Linear Functions, Quadratic Functions, Exponential Functions, Solving Equations symbolically and graphically and numerically, Systems of Linear Equations, Factoring and Graphing. The TI-83, or TI-83 Plus, or TI-84 or TI-84 Plus is required. Pre-requisites: Regents Algebra 2/Trig score 1-49 in the last two years, OR Regents Geometry score of 50 or more in the last 2 years, OR Regents Integrated Algebra of 75 or more in the last two years, OR MAT 091 with a C or higher, OR Compass Algebra score of 49 or higher.

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **Remedial Math, Remedial

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 107: MATHEMATICS FOR ELEM TEACHERS
**

This course meets the Math requirement for students who are enrolled in the Liberal Arts and Sciences: Education, Early Childhood Education (Birth - Grade 2) and Childhood Education (Grade 1-6) dual certification with SUNY New Paltz, A.S. degree program and who plan to transfer to SUNY New Paltz. The emphasis is on problem-solving as it relates to the number system. Probability and statistics are also introduced. Pre-requisites: Regents Algebra 2/Trig score 50-64 in the last two years, OR Regents Integrated Algebra score of 85 or more in the last two years, OR MAT 097 or MAT 099 or MAT 131 with a C or higher, OR Compass Algebra score of 76 or higher.

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Online, Lecture

**Attributes: **Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 109: SURVEY OF MATHEMATICS
**

The course will allow students the opportunity to explore mathematics through interesting real life applications, as they strengthen their critical thinking and practical problem solving skills. Students will be required to use contemporary technology, perform web research and will work collaboratively throughout the course. Topics will include geometry, probability, statistics, and finance. Other topics may include history of mathematics and modern mathematical systems. Pre-requisites: Regents Algebra 2/Trig score ANY score in the last two years, OR Regents Geometry score of 50 or more in the last 2 years, OR Regents Integrated Algebra of 75 or more in the last two years, OR MAT 092 or MAT 091 with a C or higher (note that MAT 092 is recommended instead of 091), OR Compass Algebra score of 49 or higher.

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Online, Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A, Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 110: COLLEGE ALGEBRA
**

This course satisfies the SUNY General Education mathematics requirement and is the prerequisite for Business Calculus (MAT125). Topics include applications of linear, reciprocal, exponential, logarithmic, power, and quadratic functions; composition and inverses of functions; systems of equations; regression; and piecewise equations. Students will solve equations both algebraically and graphically. Use of the one of the following graphing calculators will be required: TI-83, 83 Plus, 84 or 84 Plus. Not for students who intend to take MAT185, 221, 222 or 223. Pre-requisites: Regents Algebra 2/Trig score 50-64 in the last two years, OR Regents Integrated Algebra score of 85 or more in the last two years, OR MAT 097 or MAT 099 or MAT 131 with a C or higher, OR Compass Algebra score of 76 or higher.

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Online, Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A, Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 116: EXPLORING APPLICATIONS OF MATH
**

This course gives students the opportunity to explore mathematics through interesting, real life applications. Each semester students will select an area of study such as forensic science, amusement park ride design, encryption, the cellular phone industry, etc. Mathematics will be presented in class, as it is needed, within the context of the problem being explored. The emphasis of this course is on helping students get a better understanding of the links between mathematics and real life applications as they strengthen their critical thinking and practical problem solving skills. Students will be required to do web research and will work collaboratively throughout the course. Pre-requisites: Compass Algebra Score of at least 49 OR Math A Regents/Integrated Algebra Regents within the last 2 years of at least 65 OR MAT 091 with at least a C .

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A, Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 117: MATH FOR ELEM SCHL TEACHRS II
**

This course is a requirement for students in Early Childhood Education (B-Grade 2) and Childhood Education (Grade 1-6) dual certification with SUNY New Paltz (EED). It emphasizes background information for the teaching of elementary school geometry. Topics include spacial visualization, measurement, coordinate geometry, similarity and congruence, and transformational geometry. Students learn mathematical theory and application, and experience the role of elementary school students through a variety of classroom activities and demonstrations. Pre-requisite: MAT107 with a grade of C or better

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 118: ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
**

Satisfies the mathematics requirement of the Associate in Arts degree program. Basic statistical procedures are developed. Topics include descriptive statistics; probability; probability distributions; hypothesis testing; confidence intervals; correlation and regression. Technology (either a graphing calculator from the TI-83/84 family or a statistical analysis software) will be used regularly throughout course Prerequisites: Regents Algebra 2/Trig score ANY score in the last two years, OR Regents Geometry score of 50 or more in the last 2 years, OR Regents Integrated Algebra of 75 or more in the last two years, OR MAT 092 or MAT 091 with a C or higher (note that MAT 092 is recommended instead of 091), OR Compass Algebra score of 49 or higher.

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Online, Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A, Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 125: CALCULUS W/ BUSINESS APPL
**

A survey of the basic concepts and operations of calculus with business and management applications. Designed for students in the Business Administration Transfer program and should not be taken by mathematics and science majors. Students will use Microsoft Excel extensively throughout the course. No previous knowledge of Excel is required. Prerequisite: Compass College Algebra Score of at least 46 OR Math B regents/Algebra II and Trigonometry Regents within the last 2 years of at least 85 OR MAT 110 with at least a C.

**Credits: **4

**Type: **Online, Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 128: TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS A
**

This is the first course in a two-semester sequence of intermediate algebra and trigonometry with technical applications. Topics include operations in the real number system, functions and graphs, first-degree equations, lines and linear functions, systems of linear equations, right triangle trigonometry, geometry (perimeters, areas, volumes of common figures), rules of exponents, polynomial operations, factoring, operations on rational expressions, quadratic equations, and binary and hexadecimal notation. A calculator and a laptop computer will be used throughout.

**Credits: **4

**Type: **Lecture

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 129: TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS B
**

This is the second course in a two-semester sequence of intermediate algebra and trigonometry with technical applications. Topics include the operations of exponents and radicals, exponential and logarithmic functions and equations, trig functions of any angle, radians, sinusoidal functions and graphing, vectors, complex numbers and their applications, oblique triangles, inequalities, ratio and proportion, variation, introduction to statistics (optional) and an intuitive approach to calculus. The graphing calculator and laptop computer will be integrated throughout the course. Prerequisite: MAT128.

**Credits: **4

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 131: TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS I
**

This course satisfies the math requirement for the Applied Academic Certificate in ACR. It is designed for those students who need to improve their math proficiency for entrance into MAT 132. Topics include: review of operations on whole numbers, fractions, and decimals; operations using signed numbers; exponents and roots; scientific notation; unit analysis; percentage; algebraic expressions; factoring; linear equations; literal equations; geometry of the triangle, circle and regular polygons; measurement conversions; and introduction to basic trigonometry. Use of a scientific calculator is required. Prerequisites: Regents Algebra 2/Trig score 1-49 in the last two years, OR Regents Geometry score of 50 or more in the last 2 years, OR Regents Integrated Algebra of 75 or more in the last two years, OR MAT 091 with a C or higher, OR Compass Algebra score of 49 or higher.

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Lecture

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 132: TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS II
**

This course satisfies the mathematics requirement for students in ARC, CNS, FIR and FTP. Students enrolled in the above curricula may receive credit for MAT 132 or MAT 110, but not both. Topics include a review of right triangle trigonometry, law of sines and cosines, vectors, factoring, literal, fractional and quadratic equations and applications. Use of a scientific calculator is required. Prerequisites: Regents Algebra 2/Trig score 50-64 in the last two years, OR Regents Integrated Algebra score of 85 or more in the last two years, OR MAT 097 or MAT 099 or MAT 131 with a C or higher, OR Compass Algebra score of 76 or higher.

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 184: ALGEBRA & TRIG FOR PRECALCULUS
**

Satisfies the mathematics requirement of the Associate in Arts degree program, and is intended to prepare students for MAT185 (Precalculus). Topics include equations and inequalities, graphing techniques, analysis of a variety of functions, and triangle trigonometry including the Laws of Sines and Cosines. Prerequisites: Regents Algebra 2/Trig score 50-64 in the last two years, OR Regents Integrated Algebra score of 85 or more in the last two years, OR MAT 097 or MAT 099 or MAT 131 with a C or higher, OR Compass Algebra score of 76 or higher.

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Online, Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A, Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 185: PRECALCULUS
**

This course is intended primarily for students planning to take calculus. Topics include a review of the fundamental operations; polynomial, rational, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, and inverse functions; modeling and data analysis. A graphing calculator from the TI-83/84 family of calculators is required for this course. Pre-requisites Compass College Algebra Score of at least 46 OR Math B Regents/Algebra II and Trigonometry Regents within the last 2 years of at least 65 OR MAT 184 with at least a C OR MAT 132 with at least a C OR MAT 110 with at least an A-.

**Credits: **4

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A, Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 214: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS W PROOFS
**

Intended primarily for students in the CPS or LAM curriculum. Topics include: Set Theory, Boolean Algebra, Methods of Proof, Counting Techniques, Functions and Relations, Graph Theory and Computer Applications. Pre- or Co-requisite: MAT 221.

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A, Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 215: INTRO TO LINEAR ALGEBRA
**

A basic introduction to linear algebra. Topics include vector spaces, systems of linear equations, matrices and determinants and linear transformations. Required for prospective mathematics majors. Prerequisite: MAT 222 with a grade of C or better.

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A, Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 221: ANLYTC GEOM & CALC I
**

This course is the first of a three-semester sequence developing calculus for the student majoring in engineering, mathematics, or the sciences. Topics include the derivative, limits, continuity, differentiability, the definite integral, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, techniques of differentiation (including for transcendental functions), applications of differentiation, mathematical modeling and computer applications. A graphing calculator from the TI-83/84 family of calculators is required for this course. Pre-requisites Compass Trigonometry Score of at least 46 OR Math B Regents/Algebra II and Trigonometry Regents within the last 2 years of at least 65 AND 1 year of high school Precalculus with a grade of at least C OR MAT 185 with a grade of at least C OR permission of the instructor.

**Credits: **4

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A, Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 222: ANLYTC GEOM & CALC II
**

This course is the second of a three-semester sequence developing calculus for the student majoring in engineering, mathematics or the sciences. Topics include The Fundamental Theorem, constructing antiderivatives, definite and indefinite integrals, techniques of integration, improper integrals, applications of integration (including probability distribution functions), differential equations (first and second order linear, separation of variables, numerical approximations, systems, and applications to growth and decay and oscillations), Taylor and other series, mathematical modeling and computer applications. A graphing calculator from the TI83/84 family of calculators is required for this course. Prerequisite: MAT 221 with a grade of C or better, or permission of the department.

**Credits: **4

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A, Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 223: ANLYTC GEOM & CALC III
**

A continuation of MAT 222. Topics include vectors in the plane, solid analytic geometry, functions of several variables, partial differentiation, multiple integration, line integrals and vector fields, Green's Theorem, Stokes' Theorem, applications. A graphing calculator from the TI-83/84 family of calculators is required for this course. Prerequisite: MAT 222 with a grade of C or better or advanced placement with the permission of the department.

**Credits: **4

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A, Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 224: DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
**

An introductory course in differential equations for students in mathematics, engineering and sciences. Topics include the theory, solution and estimation of differential equations of the first and second order, Laplace transforms, systems of differential equations, power series and an introduction to Fourier series and partial differential equations. Prerequisite: MAT 223 with a grade of C or better.

**Credits: **4

**Type: **Lecture

**Attributes: **SUNY Gen Ed Appendix A, Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 271: SPECIAL STUDY PROJECT I
**

A special learning experience designed by one or more students with the cooperation and approval of a faculty member. Proposed study plans require departmental approval. Projects may be based on reading, research, community service, work experience, or other activities that advance the student's knowledge and competence in the field of mathematics or related areas. The student's time commitment to the project will be approximately 35-50 hours.

**Credits: **1

**Type: **Lecture, Independent Study

**Attributes: **Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 272: SPECIAL STUDY PROJECT II
**

Similar to MAT 271, except that the student's time commitment to the project will be approximately 70-90 hours.

**Credits: **2

**Type: **Lecture, Independent Study

**Attributes: **Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015

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MAT 273: SPECIAL STUDY PROJECT III
**

Similar to MAT 271, except that the student's time commitment to the project will be approximately 105-135 hours.

**Credits: **3

**Type: **Lecture, Independent Study

**Attributes: **Elective

**Department: **Math, Physical & Computer Sci

**All sections for this course:**
Fall 2014
Spring 2015