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  • MAC 1105 College Algebra

    In College Algebra you will learn concepts and develop skills needed in courses required for your major as well as learn to think analytically. You’ll learn skills which will help you answer many questions that you face in real life. Some simple examples include: What score should I get on the final to pass a class? Is my phone bill correct? How do we know that the artifacts found in Miami Circle are at least 1,800 years old? How much money will I have in five years if I invest $1,000 now?

    MAC 1105 is a 3-credit hybrid course that meets once a week for 75 minutes. In addition to engaging in group work during class, students spend one hour a week in Math Gym - a problem session where they work with a Learning Assistant on more conceptual and contextual real-life content - as well as three hours in the Mastery Math Lab. There are weekly homework assignments and quizzes, personalized prerequisite review modules to help students prepare for the upcoming week, as well as four exams and a cumulative final exam.

  • MAC 1147 Pre-Calculus Algebra & Trigonometry

    In Pre-Calculus & Trigonometry you will develop your critical thinking skills and learn concepts needed for Calculus. You will explore valuable mathematical ideas in-depth such as: variables, functions, rate of change, accumulation, logarithms, concavity, asymptotic behavior, angle measure, and trigonometric ratios. Investigations will support your development in reasoning about two quantities that change in tandem with one another, explaining and justifying mathematical assertions, and solving novel real-life problems. Additionally, you will learn to communicate mathematical concepts through writing and group discourse.

    MAC 1147 is a 4-credit course that meets twice a week for 75 minutes. Students engage in inquiry-based group work facilitated by their instructor and Learning Assistants. In addition to class time, students spend one hour a week in the Mastery Math Lab, where they receive just-in-time help. There are weekly homework assignments and a cumulative final exam. Some of the sections offer four exams throughout the semester, while others offer standards-based grading with personalized prerequisite review modules to help students prepare for the upcoming week.

  • MGF 1106 Finite Math

    In Finite Math you will cover a variety of topics including Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics and Linear Programming. Among other things, you will learn to analyze arguments encountered in real life, create a business model that maximizes revenue and minimizes cost, gain confidence in problem-solving abilities and learn to work efficiently in a group setting.

    MGF 1106 is a 3-credit hybrid course that meets once a week for 75 minutes; students engage in group work facilitated by the instructor and Learning Assistants. In addition to class time ,students spend two hours a week in the Mastery Math Lab, where they can get just-in-time help. There are weekly homework assignments and quizzes, video reflections, group projects, four exams and a cumulative final exam.

  • MGF 1107 Social Choice Math

    In Social Choice Math you will cover a variety of topics including Understanding Statistics, Financial Responsibility, Logical Thinking and Working with Percentages. Among other things, you will learn to calculate finances, create and analyze statistical studies, use visual diagrams for better decision-making, and identify and decipher errors or misrepresentations in verbal arguments.

    MGF 1107 is a 3-credit hybrid course that meets once a week for 75 minutes; students engage in group work facilitated by the instructor and Learning Assistants. In addition to class time, students spend two hours a week in the Mastery Math Lab, where they can get just-in-time help. There are weekly homework assignments, video reflections, projects, four exams and a cumulative final exam.

  • STA 2122 Statistics for Behavioral and Social Sciences I

    Statistics is widely used by practitioners in business, government and academia to make decisions using data. This course provides quantitative methods used for estimation and to form inferences about attributes of the population being considered. The course will lay the foundation for more in-depth study of statistical methods, and it will provide the student with a basic understanding of how statistics is used to aid the decision process.

    STA 2122 Statistics for Behavioral and Social Sciences I is a three-credit course in descriptive and inferential statistics. Topics include: probability distribution of discrete and continuous random variables; sampling distributions; large sample estimation; and hypothesis testing for means and proportions. Students attend the Mastery Math Lab at least one hour per week to complete assignments designed to support the course learning objectives.