Dec 04, 2021  
2020-2021 General Catalog 
    
2020-2021 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Liberal Studies: Hutchins School

  
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    LIBS 160B - Humanities Learning Community


    Unit(s): 4
    LIBS 160A/B is a year long course, which features weekly lectures and small seminars. It constitutes a Humanities Learning Community (HLC) for any first-year student.

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to LIBS Majors or Minors only. Co-requisite(s): LIBS 160A.
    GE Category: The learning objectives of the HLC will satisfy A3 (Critical Thinking) and C3 (Comparative Perspectives and/or Foreign Languages) GE Areas. C- or better required in the second semester for A3 credit.
    Typically Offered Not Recently Offered
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 201 - Exploring the Unknown


    Unit(s): 9
    An investigation of the meaning and limits of knowledge with respect to the nature of the mind and physical reality. These issues are pursued through several different but interrelated fields of study, including literature, art, philosophy, comparative religion, and science. The course considers Newtonian and quantum mechanical theories of physical reality, the religions of various cultures, and the functions of myth. The term includes a section focusing on the nature of human creativity.

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to LIBS Majors or Minors only.
    GE Category: This course fulfills GE Areas A3 (Critical Thinking), B1 (Physical Sciences), C2 (Philosophy, Languages).
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: OPT
  
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    LIBS 202 - Challenge and Response in the Modern World


    Unit(s): 9
    An examination of modern accomplishments and problems that have derived from several sources: the 18th century mechanical models, the Scientific and Industrial Revolutions, and the rise of modern economic theories. Asking how it is possible in the 21st century to live a moral life, the course examines the rise of individualism, the tension between personal and social values, the problems of poverty and the distribution of wealth, and the multiple consequences of modern technology upon the human and natural environments.

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to LIBS majors and minors only. Co-requisite(s): LIBS 103
    GE Category: B2 - Life Science, B3 - Laboratory Activity, D - Social Sciences, the U.S. Constitution, California State & Local Government, and Critical Race Studies graduation requirements.
    Typically Offered Spring Only
    Teaching Mode: Face-to-Face Grading: OPT
  
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    LIBS 204 - Minorities in American Cinema


    Unit(s): 4
    This course is designed to examine the fundamental beliefs, assumptions, and “self-evident” truths that serve as the foundation for American culture, and then to consider those truths in light of challenges provided by multicultural perspectives. Our primary focus will be the representations of racial minorities in American cinema from the beginning of the 20th century up to the present day. Applying an interdisciplinary and multicultural approach, we will investigate the depictions of race, racial identity, and interracial relationships in both mainstream (Hollywood) and alternative cinemas. We will supplement our inquiry through related works of literature and drama, in addition to readings in film theory, film history, and critical cultural studies. Thus, even as we consider the historical truths of American culture, these “truths” will be consistently interrogated and reformulated by examining the representations of minority figures and groups in American cinema.

    GE Category: This course fulfills GE Area C1 (Fine Arts, Theatre, Dance, Music, Film) and Critical Race Studies.
    Typically Offered Fall Odd Years
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 205 - Topics in American Culture


    Unit(s): 4
    This course introduces students to important themes in American culture, literature, ethics, and values past and present, using the tools of interdisciplinary inquiry. We will explore a diverse range of textual representations and perspectives and integrate diverse disciplinary approaches together in order to reach a broad-based, humanistic understanding of the subject. Topics vary by instructor.

    GE Category: This course fulfills GE area C2 (Humanities).
    Typically Offered Fall Even Years
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 208 - Practices of Culture


    Unit(s): 4
    This course surveys practices of culture through film and/or the visual arts, raising critical questions regarding the intersections of socio-cultural practices and the creative arts in a variety of geographical settings. Topics include artistic and documentary representations of self and other, global politics, popular cultures, and cross-cultural challenges.

    GE Category: This course fulfills GE area C1 (Arts).
    Typically Offered Spring Odd Years
    Grading: OPT
  
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    LIBS 209 - Bollywood and Globalization


    Unit(s): 4
    This course will examine some of the major social and economic changes that have occurred in India since the period of liberalization (1990s), and assess the ensuing representations of these shifts in contemporary Bollywood and Bollywood-inspired films.

    GE Category: This course fulfills GE area C1 (Arts).
    Typically Offered Spring Even Years
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 302 - Introduction to Liberal Studies


    Unit(s): 3
    An interdisciplinary ‘gateway course’ examining the meaning of a liberal education, emphasizing seminar skills, oral and written communication, and introducing the portfolio. It is taken with LIBS 204, LIBS 205, or LIBS 304 (fall) or LIBS 208, LIBS 209 or LIBS 308 (spring) in the first semester of upper-division study. Students must earn a grade of C or higher to continue in Hutchins.

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to LIBS Majors or Minors only.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 304 - We Hold These Truths


    Unit(s): 3
    This course covers the US history content required for multiple subject teacher preparation. It is designed to examine fundamental beliefs, assumptions, and “self-evident” truths that serve as the foundation for American culture and politics, and then to consider those truths in light of challenges provided by multicultural perspectives.

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to LIBS Track II and Track III students.
    Typically Offered Variable Intermittently
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 308 - The Practice of Culture


    Unit(s): 3
    This course is designed to raise critical questions regarding cultural practices in a variety of settings. Topics may include non-Western cultures, cross-cultural issues, popular culture, and global politics.

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to LIBS Majors or Minors only.
    Typically Offered Variable Intermittently
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 312 - Schools in American Society


    Unit(s): 3
    Students will explore basic issues inside the American educational system while fulfilling the state-mandated classroom experience requirement for admission to the credential program.

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to LIBS Track II and Track III students.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 320A - Elective Seminar Core A


    Unit(s): 3
    Courses under this core area focus on the relationship between the individual human societies. The moral and ethical underpinnings of our patterns of social interaction are investigated with special attention paid to how these affect race, gender, and class relations. Of particular importance to social scientists are questions concerning whether the goals of human dignity, political justice, economic opportunity, and cultural expression are being enhanced or destroyed by specific historical developments, cultural practices, economic arrangements, and political institutions. Examples of seminars in Core A: Postmodernism, Quest for Democracy, and Conspiracy Theories.

    Prerequisite(s): Restricted to LIBS Majors and Minors, LIBS 202 or 302 required.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated May be repeated for credit.
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 320B - Elective Seminar Core B


    Unit(s): 3
    Included in this core area are courses that deal with science and technology and their relationship to the individual and society. Students build upon their understanding of the sciences and come to grips with some of the crucial issues posed by our culture’s applications of science and technology. Students write on topics which address scientific aspects of social issues, the contribution science makes to understanding issues of personal concern, and science as a social endeavor. Examples of seminars in Core B: Health and Healing, Machine as Metaphor, Global Food Web, and The Future of Energy.

    Prerequisite(s): Restricted to LIBS Majors and Minors, LIBS 202 or 302 required.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated May be repeated for credit.
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 320C - Elective Seminar Core C


    Unit(s): 3
    Through the arts and humanities we explore what and why humans create. Courses focus on the broad range of experiences in novels, poetry, drama and other literary forms; the visual arts; languages; architecture; music; dance; the writings of philosophers; and the thought and literature of the world’s religions. Study in the arts and humanities explores the inner world of creativity and individual values as well as the questions about how we arrive at a sense of meaning and purpose, ethical behavior, and a sense of beauty and order in the world. Examples of seminars in Core C: Earth Art, African Art, Memoir, Countercultures, and Minorities in American Cinema.

    Prerequisite(s): Restricted to LIBS Majors and Minors, LIBS 202 or 302 required.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated May be repeated for credit.
    Teaching Mode: Face-to-Face & Hybrid. Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 320D - Elective Seminar Core D


    Unit(s): 3
    Courses in this core area deal with such issues as the study of biology as it relates to psychology, consciousness and perceptions of reality, meaning-making as a necessary human achievement, and identity formation as it is understood in the light of developmental psychology Examples of seminars in Core D: Madness and Civilization, Death and Dying, Personal Geographies, and Empathy.

    Prerequisite(s): Restricted to LIBS Majors and Minors, LIBS 202 or 302 required.
    GE Category: This course fulfills GE Area E (The Integrated Person)
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated May be repeated for credit.
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 321A - Elective Course in Core A


    Unit(s): 3
    Courses in this area satisfy seminar requirement

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to LIBS Majors or Minors only. Crosslisted: ENGL 374
    Typically Offered Not Recently Offered
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 321B - Elective Course in Core B


    Unit(s): 3
    Courses in this area satisfy seminar requirement

    Typically Offered Not Recently Offered
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 321C - Elective Course in Core C


    Unit(s): 3
    A course in literary explorations that will include subjects not normally offered in the regular curriculum. Please see Schedule of Classes for current titles.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Restricted to LIBS Majors and Minors, LIBS 202 or 302 required.
    Typically Offered Fall Only May Be Repeated May be repeated for credit.
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 321D - Elective Course in Core D


    Unit(s): 3
    Courses in this area satisfy seminar requirement

    Typically Offered Not Recently Offered
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 327 - Literacy, Language, and Pedagogy


    Unit(s): 3
    This course for pre-credential multiple subject students looks at the importance of literacy and language arts in the contemporary world, including the value of writing and literature in the classroom, as well as the significance of literacy as a broader educational and social issue. Students will develop a pedagogy of grammar, examine the use of literature and the written word in the classroom, and create and teach a classroom grammar lesson.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Course restricted to LIBS Track II and Track III students.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 330 - The Child in Question


    Unit(s): 3
    A close inspection of child development and elementary school pedagogy, emphasizing relevant social and cultural factors as well as major theoretical views of physical, emotional, and personality growth. Subjective views of childhood experience will be contrasted with observations. Readings from Erikson, Freud, Hall, Goodall, and others.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Course restricted to LIBS Track II and Track III students.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 336 - Special Topic Workshops


    Unit(s): 1-4
    Topics will vary from semester to semester.

    Typically Offered Variable Intermittently May Be Repeated Course may be repeated for credit. Topics can only be repeated with permission.
    Teaching Mode: May be offered through Special Sessions in a hybrid or online teaching mode. Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 341 - Zephyr Publication


    Unit(s): 1
    In this course we will be putting together a Volume of Zephyr, the Hutchins Literary Journal. Students will create the thematic structure and recruit written and visual work from the entire Hutchins Community (including lower- and upper-division students, faculty, staff, degree completion students, masters students, and alumni). Students will also make all decisions regarding selection and editing, as well as organization and layout. The semester will culminate with the publication and distribution of Zephyr and the organization of a public reading for the Hutchins community.

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to LIBS Majors or Minors only.
    Typically Offered Spring Only May Be Repeated This course is repeatable.
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 342 - Hutchins Community Art Show Preparation


    Unit(s): 1
    This course will give students a forum to create a Hutchins Community Art Showing. During class time, students will choose the dates and venue for the art showing, secure the necessary venue, publicize the event, create a call for entries, process the entries, decide which entries will be shown, hang show, plan and conduct reception, take down show.

    Typically Offered Fall Only May Be Repeated Course may be repeated for credit.
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 361 - Hutchins Pedagogy Project


    Unit(s): 2
    The Hutchins Pedagogy Project workshop will combine project-based learning, Web CT, and in-class training to teach Hutchins students (future teachers) how to implement seminars and/or act as tutors in elementary, AVID, and high school classrooms. Hutchins students will use individual and small group work in addition to whole-class seminar discussions to increase critical thinking and collaboration skills of students in local Sonoma County classrooms.

    Typically Offered Not Recently Offered
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 380 - Identity and Society


    Unit(s): 10
    Looks at the changing self, drawing from psychological and sociological theory, as well as from literature, art, and biology. It includes autobiographical writing which places the personal process of self-discovery in the context of the broader frame of reference provided by the course readings.

    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: Graded
  
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    LIBS 381 - Technology and the Environment


    Unit(s): 10
    Concentrates on some of the major environmental issues facing us: nature’s capacity for regeneration; the relationship between the human environment and the physical environment; sustainability; and economic and political aspects of environmental issues.

    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: Graded
  
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    LIBS 382 - Work and the Global Future


    Unit(s): 10
    Explores topics such as the global economy and its impact on societies around the world; the shift to a service- and information-based economy; the increasing distance between the haves and the have nots; and issues of race, class, and gender in the workforce.

    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: Graded
  
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    LIBS 390 - Independent Film Study


    Unit(s): 1-2
    Students will attend Sonoma Film Institute screenings or other film-related lectures or events on campus. Students will earn 1 unit of credit for every 6 film screenings attended. Students are also required to complete weekly reading assignments and submit a written film analysis incorporating these readings following each screening.

    GE Category: Satisfies GE, category C1
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated Repeatable for up to 4 units.
    Teaching Mode: Online Grading: CNC
  
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    LIBS 390 - SFI Film Study


    Unit(s): 1-2
    Students will attend Sonoma Film Institute screenings or other film-related lectures or events on campus. Students will earn 1 unit of credit for every 6 film screenings attended. Students are also required to complete weekly reading assignments and submit a written film analysis incorporating these readings following each screening.

    Crosslisted: AMCS 390 
    GE Category: Satisfies GE, category C1
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated Repeatable for up to 4 units.
    Teaching Mode: Online Grading: CNC
  
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    LIBS 392 - Performing Arts for Children


    Unit(s): 2
    Dance, music, and theatre are essential components of elementary education. Through hands-on studio work and lesson planning assignments, this course familiarizes undergraduates who intend to pursue a multiple subject teaching credential with the content knowledge necessary to prepare them to lead instruction in these subject areas.

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to LIBS Track II and Track III students. Crosslisted: THAR 392
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 396 - Field Study


    Unit(s): 1-4
    Field Study for juniors and seniors is a project conducted outside of the University classroom setting that is taken for credit/no credit. It may include work that is literally outside in the field, or other hands on experience (e.g., a research study). Field Study projects are co-designed by a student and a sponsoring faculty member; or a faculty member may design a project, with student participation solicited. A student consults with a faculty member on the project, develops a plan of study, including number of units, project outcomes, number of meetings with the faculty sponsor and deadline for completion. A Project Contract is submitted to Admissions after the beginning of the semester and before the last day to add classes. Consent of instructor.

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to LIBS Majors or Minors only.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: CNC
  
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    LIBS 399 - Student-Instructed Course


    Unit(s): 1-2
    The Hutchins faculty welcome proposals from students in the final stages of the major who, in consultation with a faculty advisor, would like to design and offer an interdisciplinary seminar on a topic of special interest to them. Guidelines for student-instructed courses are available in the Hutchins office. Students may count two student-instructed courses as elective units in the Hutchins major.

    Typically Offered Variable Intermittently
    Grading: CNC
  
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    LIBS 403 - Senior Synthesis-Study Away


    Unit(s): 4
    A capstone course required for the Hutchins major. Drawing on the papers collected for his or her portfolio, the student prepares a major paper synthesizing aspects of that individual’s own intellectual development. This is done in a study away situation. Also available for students choosing a minor in Hutchins. Department Permission Required.

    Prerequisite(s): Class open to LIBS Major or Minor Seniors only.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 410 - Independent Study


    Unit(s): 1-4
    Independent Study for seniors is an individualized program of study taken for a letter grade with a Hutchins faculty sponsor who is willing to supervise it. A student consults with a faculty member on a topic and develops a plan of study, including number of units, project outcomes, number of meetings with the faculty, and deadline for completion. A Project Contract is submitted to Admissions after the beginning of the semester and before the last day to add classes.

    Prerequisite(s): LIBS 302 and consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated May be repeated for credit.
    Grading: OPT
  
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    LIBS 470 - Senior Project


    Unit(s): 10
    Allows you to combine your individual interests and goals with one or more themes from the core courses. Projects may be personal, community-based, or career-oriented, and you may work with a mentor to develop and implement your plan. This experience culminates in a formal presentation to your classmates.

    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: Graded
  
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    LIBS 480 - Seminar Facilitation


    Unit(s): 1-3
    This course provides students with an opportunity to enhance their facilitation skills through serving as a seminar leader in large lecture/discussion courses. Requires consent of course instructor.

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to LIBS Majors or Minors only.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated Course may be repeated for credit.
    Grading: GRD
  
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    LIBS 497 - Modern Media Dialogue Series


    Unit(s): 1
    The Modern Media Dialogue Series will provide students the opportunity to learn about the many aspects and consequences of our media age, from journalism and censorship, to new forms of communication and information. Students will participate in a weekly dialogue with an invited guest and community members to deepen their understanding of modern media forms and practice.

    Typically Offered Not Recently Offered
    Grading: CNC
  
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    LIBS 499 - Internship


    Unit(s): 1-5
    All Track 1 students develop an internship working outside the classroom. Students also prepare a portfolio project based upon a larger topic implicit in their internship. They participate with other interns in an internship class once a week to discuss their internship experience and issues related to the larger society.

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to LIBS Majors or Minors only.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated May be repeated for credit.
    Grading: GRD

Mathematics

  
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    MATH 035 - Elementary Algebra


    Unit(s): 4
    Real numbers, linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, polynomial operations, radical and exponential expressions. Prerequisite: placement based on ELM examination taken within the past two years. Course credit is not applicable toward graduation.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: placement based on ELM examination taken within the past two years.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: REM
  
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    MATH 045 - Intermediate Algebra


    Unit(s): 4
    Linear, quadratic, radical, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions and their graphs. Conic sections. Prerequisite: MATH 35 or equivalent, or placement based on ELM examination taken within the past two years. Course credit is not applicable toward graduation.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: MATH 35 or equivalent, or placement based on ELM examination taken within the past two years.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: REM
  
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    MATH 100 - Explorations in Mathematical Thinking


    Unit(s): 4
    A 4-unit course focusing on mathematical practices, concepts and tools used across disciplines, and mathematical mindset and study habits. It includes proportional reasoning (working with percents and unit conversion), algebraic thinking, mathematical modeling (number sense, problem analysis, linear and exponential models), data analysis (collecting, organizing, and graphing data), and logic.

    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 103 - Ethnomathematics


    Unit(s): 3
    This course examines the mathematics of many indigenous cultures, especially those of North and South America, Africa, and Oceania. It will examine the use of mathematics in commerce, land measure and surveying, games, kinship, measurement of time, navigation, data storage, and other topics. The mathematics involved includes number bases, probability, geometry, number theory, lattice theory, and many other topics of interest in modern mathematics.

    Prerequisite(s): Students need to be GE Math ready to register for this course.
    GE Category: Satisfies the Area B4 GE requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required for GE credit.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Recommended This class is recommended for liberal arts students who are interested in studying other cultures.
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 104 - Introduction to Modern Mathematics


    Unit(s): 3
    A class designed to explore the beauty and relevance of mathematics. Topics may include puzzles, paradoxes, and logic; axiomatic systems; biographies; infinity of the counting numbers and higher infinities; historical crises and breakthroughs in mathematics; and uncertainty.

    Prerequisite(s): Students need to be GE Math ready to register for this course.
    GE Category: Satisfies the Area B4 GE requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required for GE credit.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Recommended This class is recommended for liberal arts students.
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 105 - Mathematics and Politics


    Unit(s): 3
    This course will explore mathematical achievements in the theory of politics. Topics may include: escalation, conflict, yes-no voting, political power, and social choice. This course has an enormous cultural content, while at the same time dealing with important mathematical ideas. This class is especially suitable for social science students.

    Prerequisite(s): Students need to be GE Math ready to register for this course.
    GE Category: Satisfies the Area B4 GE requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required for GE credit.
    Typically Offered Spring Only
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 111 - Symmetry in the Arts and Sciences


    Unit(s): 3
    This class explores the symmetries that exist in art as well as the natural world around us, and how symmetry can be described in terms of mathematics. A central theme is the contribution of mathematics to other fields, such as architecture and decorative art, engineering of mechanical devices, music and dance, evolution and anatomy, crystallography, chemical bonding and atomic structure, philosophy, and mathematical proofs.

    Prerequisite(s): Students need to be GE Math ready to register for this course.
    GE Category: Satisfies the Area B4 GE requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required for GE credit.
    Typically Offered Spring Only
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 131 - Introduction to Finite Mathematics


    Unit(s): 3
    Designed to give students an understanding of finite mathematics applied in the modern world to social sciences, economic analysis, statistical analysis, and decision making. Topics include linear models, linear programming, financial mathematics, sets, combinatorics, probability, and statistics.

    Prerequisite(s): Students need to be GE Math ready to register for this course.
    GE Category: Satisfies the Area B4 GE requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required for GE credit.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Recommended Recommended for students with interests in the social sciences and management.
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 131A - Finite Math for Business


    Unit(s): 3
    The first half of a two-semester sequence that in two semesters covers the same material covered by the current one-semester MATH 131 (Finite Math) course, as well as providing just-in-time instruction in the algebra skills required in the course.

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to Stretch Math eligible students.
    GE Category: Satisfies the GE B4 requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required in the second semester for B4 credit.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: CNC
  
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    MATH 131B - Finite Math for Business


    Unit(s): 3
    The second half of a two-semester sequence that in two semesters covers the same material covered by the current one-semester MATH 131 (Finite Math) course, as well as providing just-in-time instruction in the algebra skills required in the course.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Math 131A.
    GE Category: Satisfies the GE B4 requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required in the second semester for B4 credit.
    Typically Offered Spring Only
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 141 - Studies in …


    Unit(s): 3
    Topics and approaches may vary. Please consult the current Schedule of Classes for details.

    Prerequisite(s): Students need to be GE Math ready to register for this course.
    GE Category: Satisfies the Area B4 GE requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required for GE credit.
    Typically Offered Not Recently Offered
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 142 - Discrete Structures I


    Unit(s): 3
    A study of discrete structures that have applications in computer science. Topics may include logic, introduction to number theory, methods of proof, mathematical induction, set theory, relations, functions, directed graphs, Boolean algebras, and combinatorics.

    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 142E - Discrete Mathematics for Engineering


    Unit(s): 2
    The first portion of MATH 142: a study of discrete structures needed for electronics and communications engineering. Topics may include logic, proofs, mathematical induction, set theory, Boolean algebra, and combinatorics.

    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 150 - Modern Geometry


    Unit(s): 3
    A study of Euclidean geometry. It will cover topics such as compass and straightedge constructions, proofs, parallel and perpendicular lines, triangles, circles, polygons, measurement, solids, transformations, tessellations, and the use of geometry software.

    Prerequisite(s): Students need to be GE Math ready to register for this course.
    GE Category: Satisfies the Area B4 GE requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required for GE credit.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 150A - Transformational Geometry


    Unit(s): 3
    The first half of a two-semester sequence that in two semesters covers the same material covered by the current one-semester MATH 150 (Modern Geometry) course, as well as providing just-in-time instruction in the algebra skills required in the course. Successful completion of the two-semester sequence

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to Stretch Math eligible students.
    GE Category: Satisfies the GE B4 requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required in the second semester for B4 credit.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: CNC
  
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    MATH 150B - Transformational Geometry


    Unit(s): 3
    The second half of a two-semester sequence that in two semesters covers the same material covered by the current one-semester MATH 150 (Modern Geometry) course, as well as providing just-in-time instruction in the algebra skills required in the course.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Math 150A.
    GE Category: Satisfies the GE B4 requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required in the second semester for B4 credit.
    Typically Offered Spring Only
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 160 - Precalculus Mathematics


    Unit(s): 4
    Covers a brief review of college algebra; functional notation, composition, and decomposition of functions and inverse functions; behavior of families of functions such as polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic; trigonometric functions, equations, and identities and some mathematical modeling. Emphasis on problem solving.

    Prerequisite(s): Students need to be GE Math ready to register for this course.
    GE Category: Satisfies the Area B4 GE requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required for GE credit.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 160W - Precalculus


    Unit(s): 1
    A workshop designed to be taken with MATH 160. Exploration of precalculus concepts through problem solving in a group setting.

    Prerequisite(s): Math 160 is a corequisite. Co-requisite(s): MATH 160.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: CNC
  
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    MATH 161 - Differential and Integral Calculus I


    Unit(s): 4
    Calculus I includes limits, continuity, the concept of the derivative, differentiation rules, and applications of the derivative, including curve sketching, extremum problems, L’Hopital’s rule, implicit differentiation, related rates, Mean Value Theorem, introduction to integration, fundamental theorem of calculus, and substitution.

    Prerequisite(s): Students need to be GE Math ready to register for this course.
    GE Category: Satisfies the Area B4 GE requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required for GE credit.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 161A - Functions and Rates of Change


    Unit(s): 4
    The first half of a two-semester sequence that in two semesters covers the same material covered by the current one-semester MATH 161 (Differential and Integral Calculus 1) course, as well as providing just-in-time instruction in the algebra skills required in the course. Successful completion of the two-semester sequence

    GE Category: Satisfies the GE B4 requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required in the second semester for B4 credit.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: CNC
  
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    MATH 161B - Functions and Rates of Change


    Unit(s): 4
    The second half of a two-semester sequence that in two semesters covers the same material covered by the current one-semester MATH 161 (Differential and Integral Calculus 1) course, as well as providing just-in-time instruction in the algebra skills required in the course.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Math 161A.
    GE Category: Satisfies the GE B4 requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required in the second semester for B4 credit.
    Typically Offered Spring Only
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 161W - Calculus I Workshop


    Unit(s): 1
    A workshop designed to be taken with MATH 161. Exploration of first-semester calculus concepts through problem solving in a group setting.

    Prerequisite(s): Concurrent enrollment in MATH 161 or MATH 161X
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: CNC
  
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    MATH 161X - Differential and Integral Calculus 1 Extended


    Unit(s): 6
    A 6-unit version of MATH 161 for students who feel that they need to refresh their algebra skills.

    Prerequisite(s): Students need to be GE Math ready to register for this course.
    GE Category: Satisfies the Area B4 GE requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required for GE credit.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 165 - Elementary Applied Statistics


    Unit(s): 4
    This course is a technology-intensive introduction to elementary statistics. Topics include: elementary descriptive and inferential statistics and their application to the behavioral, natural, and social sciences; sampling; special distributions; central limit theorem; estimation; tests of hypothesis; analysis of variance; linear regression; and correlation.

    Prerequisite(s): Students need to be GE Math ready to register for this course.
    GE Category: Satisfies the Area B4 GE requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required for GE credit.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 165A - Data Visualization and Analysis


    Unit(s): 4
    The first half of a two-semester sequence that in two semesters covers the same material covered by the current one-semester MATH 165 (Elementary Applied Statistics) course, as well as providing just-in-time instruction in the algebra skills required in the course. Successful completion of the two-semester sequence

    Prerequisite(s): Course restricted to Stretch Math eligible students.
    GE Category: Satisfies the GE B4 requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required in the second semester for B4 credit.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: CNC
  
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    MATH 165B - Data Visualization and Analysis


    Unit(s): 4
    The second half of a two-semester sequence that in two semesters covers the same material covered by the current one-semester Math 165 (Elementary Applied Statistics) course, as well as providing just-in-time instruction in the algebra skills required in the course.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Math 165A.
    GE Category: Satisfies the GE B4 requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required in the second semester for B4 credit.
    Typically Offered Spring Only
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 165X - Elementary Applied Statistics Extended


    Unit(s): 6
    A 6-unit version of MATH 165 for first-time freshmen with an ELM score of 44, 46 or 48. Students who pass this class will receive credit for MATH 165 and will also satisfy their developmental mathematics requirement, without taking Math 45.

    Prerequisite(s): Students need to be GE Math ready to register for this course.
    GE Category: Satisfies the Area B4 GE requirement (Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). C- or better required for GE credit.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 175 - Mathematics Colloquium


    Unit(s): 1
    A student taking this course will be required to attend all presentations in the M*A*T*H Colloquium series during the semester and, in addition, keep a journal.

    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated May be taken three times for credit.
    Grading: CNC
  
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    MATH 180 - Computing for Mathematics and Science


    Unit(s): 2
    This course will utilize a software system, such as Mathematica, to implement numerical, symbolic, and graphical computations useful in mathematics and science. It will also introduce students to procedural programming in that system.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 161 or 161X or 161B or consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 185 - Selected Topics in Math


    Unit(s): 1-5
    Subject matter to be determined by instructor and may differ from semester to semester. The course title will appear on the student’s transcript.

    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated This course may be repeated with different subject matter for up to 12 units.
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 195 - Special Studies


    Unit(s): 1-4
    Special Studies may be arranged to cover an area of interest not covered in the lower-division courses offered by the department.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: a college-level math course and consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 200 - Discrete Mathematics


    Unit(s): 3
    Designed for elementary and middle school teachers, this course is a study of discrete mathematics with emphasis on its use in other areas of mathematics and in real world problems. Topics include selections from logic, proof, coding and cryptography, set theory, sequences, mathematical induction, combinatorics, graphs, and others as selected by the instructor.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- of better in a GE mathematics class or consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Not Recently Offered
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 210 - Introduction to Proof


    Unit(s): 1
    Introduction to propositional logic and methods of proof, including direct proof, indirect proof, proof by “pick-a-point,” and proof by mathematical induction. Students construct and analyze conjectures and counterexamples, and analyze and write proofs. Topics will include basic set theory, function theory, and equivalence relations, and may include examples from elementary number theory, algebra, and geometry. Does not count toward the Mathematics major, but Satisfies the MATH 220 prerequisite for certain upper-division mathematics courses.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Completion of a GE math course and consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Not Recently Offered
    Grading: CNC
  
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    MATH 211 - Differential and Integral Calculus II


    Unit(s): 4
    Calculus II includes the calculus of exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, numerical integration, techniques of integration, introduction to applications of integration including volumes and probability distributions, differential equations, Taylor polynomials, L’Hopital’s rules, improper integrals, series, and introduction to partial derivatives.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 161 or 161X or 161B required.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 211S - Calculus II-S


    Unit(s): 2
    First half of MATH 211.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 161 or 161X or 161B required.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 211SW - Calculus II-S Workshop


    Unit(s): 1
    First half of MATH 211W. A workshop designed to be taken with MATH 211S. Exploration of second-semester calculus concepts through problem solving in a group setting.

    Prerequisite(s): Corequisite: MATH 211S Co-requisite(s): MATH 211S.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: CNC
  
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    MATH 211W - Calculus II Workshop


    Unit(s): 1
    A workshop designed to be taken with MATH 211. Exploration of second semester calculus concepts through problem solving in a group setting.

    Prerequisite(s): Corequisite: MATH 211
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: CNC
  
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    MATH 220 - Reasoning and Proof


    Unit(s): 4
    This course will teach students to analyze and evaluate scientific and rhetorical reasoning, with emphasis on the reasoning used in Mathematical proofs. Students will identify and evaluate unstated assumptions in statistical tables and charts from real-world media, submit coherent and original proofs of theorems, and develop verbal and non-verbal skills for making persuasive oral arguments and presentations on mathematical topics.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in (MATH 161 or 161X or 161B and a Math/Stats course numbered 200 or above) or CS 242, or consent of instructor.
    GE Category: Satisfies GE area A3 (Critical Thinking).
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated Repeatable for credit.
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 222 - Elementary Applied Linear Algebra


    Unit(s): 3
    A course in vector and matrix algebra applied to science and computing. Topics include systems of linear equations, determinants, Euclidean and general vector spaces, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, linear transformations.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- of better in MATH 160 or 161 or consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Not Recently Offered
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 241 - Linear Algebra with Applications in Differential Equations


    Unit(s): 4
    A course in vector and matrix algebra applied to the study of differential equations. Topics include vectors and matrices, linear independence, spanning, bases, linear transformations, first order differential equations and linear systems, phase planes, geometric and numerical methods.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 211.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated Repeatable for credit.
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 250 - Probability and Statistics for Future Teachers


    Unit(s): 2
    A study of elementary probability and statistics and their real-world contexts. Topics include the binomial distribution, conditional probability, expected value, data collection and sampling, measures of location and variability, estimation and simple hypothesis testing. The course is designed for teachers and may not be substituted for MATH 165.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- of better in Math 300B or Math 161, Math 161B, or MATH 161X or consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Spring Only May Be Repeated Repeatable for credit.
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 261 - Multivariable Calculus


    Unit(s): 4
    Multivariable calculus includes partial derivatives, multiple integrals, alternative coordinate systems, vector functions and their derivatives, line integrals, Green’s Theorem, Stokes’ Theorem, and Divergence Theorem.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 241 or MATH 211
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 265 - Intermediate Applied Statistics with SPSS


    Unit(s): 4
    This course is a technology-intensive examination of the application of statistical techniques to the real world using SPSS. The course extends the concepts learned in an elementary statistic course and introduces new topics; it is suitable for students with an interest in applying statistics to their field of interest. Topics selected from: theory of estimation, ANOVA (analysis of variance), multiple regression, principles of experimental design, sampling theory, time series analysis, non-parametric statistics, and multivariate analysis.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 165 or 165X or 165B or MATH 250, or instructor consent required.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 295 - Community Involvement Program


    Unit(s): 1-4
    CIP involves students in basic community problems, performing such tasks as tutoring, coaching, and reading for the blind. Students receive 1 to 4 units, depending on the specific tasks performed. No more than 3 units of credit in CIP may be applied toward any Mathematics degree.

    Typically Offered Variable Intermittently
    Grading: CNC
  
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    MATH 300A - Elementary Number Systems


    Unit(s): 3
    This course, designed for prospective elementary and middle school teachers, explores numerical ideas underlying the K-8 mathematics curriculum. The emphasis is on understanding the mathematical ideas and procedures, and on representing them in ways that children can understand. Alternative ways of representing and solving problems are encouraged. Problem solving and logical thinking are emphasized throughout.

    Prerequisite(s): Course Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in any course that meets GE Area B4 (Mathematical Concepts and Quantitative Reasoning),
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 300B - Data, Chance, and Algebra


    Unit(s): 3
    This course is designed for prospective elementary and middle school teachers. The focus in algebra is on patterns and functions, algebraic structure, representations and connections, and reasoning and problem solving. The focus in data and chance is on developing solid understanding of fundamental concepts and skills in statistics and probability, and on enhancing students’ understanding and skills in number and computation proportional reasoning, and algebra.

    Prerequisite(s): Course Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 300A required.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 303 - Interest Theory


    Unit(s): 3
    Basic interest theory, including patterns of growth, interest operations, basic applications, level payment annuities, non-level payment annuities, yield rates, amortization and sinking funds, and bonds.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- of better in MATH 161 or 161B or 161X or equivalent, or consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Variable Intermittently
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 306 - Number Theory


    Unit(s): 4
    Topics include mathematical induction, Euclidean algorithm, congruences, primes, fundamental theorem of arithmetic, Fermat’s little theorem, Euler’s theorem, primitive roots, quadratic reciprocity, and polynomials over the real numbers. Additional topics may include Pythagorean triples, the Goldbach conjecture, perfect numbers, amicable numbers, Chinese remainder theorem, Fibonacci numbers, cryptography, prime number theorem, Möbius inversion.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 220 or MATH 142 or CS 242 required.
    Typically Offered Spring Only May Be Repeated Repeatable for credit.
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 308 - College Geometry


    Unit(s): 4
    Topics include neutral geometry, plane and solid Euclidean geometry, isometries in the Euclidean plane (transformational geometry), and hyperbolic geometry. Additional topics may include the Hilbert postulates, construction of geometries from fields, and projective geometry.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 220 or MATH 142 or CS 242 required.
    Typically Offered Spring Only May Be Repeated Repeatable for credit.
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 310 - History of Mathematics


    Unit(s): 4
    Mathematics from ancient times to the present. The student learns how to solve problems of the past using only the tools of the past. Students will complete a major project using adaptations of historical sources to link the history of mathematics to the teaching of mathematics.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 161 or 161X or 161B or consent of instructor required.
    Typically Offered Fall Only May Be Repeated Repeatable for credit.
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 316 - Graph Theory and Combinatorics


    Unit(s): 4
    A study of combinatorics, probability, and graph theory. Topics will include the elements of set theory, counting techniques such as permutations and combinations, discrete probability, Hamiltonian and Eulerian properties of graphs, graph isomorphism, coloring and planarity. Additional topics may include the pigeonhole principle, the inclusion-exclusion principle, generating functions, partitions and recurrence relations, Polya’s theorem, matching, and trees, with applications in many disciplines. Students may not earn credit for both Math 316 and MATH 416.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 220 or MATH 142 or CS 242 or consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Spring Only May Be Repeated Repeatable for credit.
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 320 - Modern Algebra I


    Unit(s): 4
    An introduction to the theory of groups, rings, and fields. Topics covered include permutation and cyclic groups, factor groups, ideals and factor rings, and isomorphism and homomorphism theory of groups and rings.

    Prerequisite(s): Course Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 220 or consent of instructor required.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 322 - Linear Algebra


    Unit(s): 4
    Topics include vector spaces, linear transformations, matrices, linear equations, determinants, diagonalization, inner product spaces, and additional topics such as the Cayley-Hamilton Theorem, Singular Value Decomposition, or Canonical Forms.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- of better in MATH 220 and (MATH 241 or MATH 222) or consent of instructor required.
    Typically Offered Spring Only May Be Repeated Repeatable for credit.
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 330 - Techniques of Problem Solving


    Unit(s): 1
    Cultivates by experience and example the mental disciplines for generating creative solutions to challenging problems. The problems to be considered will be taken largely from recent examinations in the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition, sponsored by the Mathematical Association of America. No more than 4 units of credit in this course may be applied toward any Mathematics degree.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 161 or 161X or 161B or consent of instructor required.
    Typically Offered Fall Only May Be Repeated May be taken four times for credit.
    Grading: CNC
  
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    MATH 340 - Real Analysis I


    Unit(s): 4
    Topics may include construction of the real numbers, sequences, topology of the real numbers, metric spaces, continuity, the derivative, and the Riemann integral.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 220 and (MATH 241 or MATH 261) or consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 342 - Discrete Structures II


    Unit(s): 3
    A study of discrete structures that have applications in computer science. Topics will include combinatorics and counting, probability and statistics, matrices, recurrence relations, generating functions, and graph theory. Throughout the course, applications to computer science will be discussed.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- of better in MATH 211 and one of the following: MATH 142 or MATH 200 or MATH 220, or consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Not Recently Offered
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 345 - Probability Theory


    Unit(s): 4
    Topics include probability spaces, discrete and continuous random variables, selected probability distributions for random phenomena, distributions of functions of random variables, moment generating functions, expected value, covariance and correlation, conditional expectation, law of large numbers and central limit theorem, and sampling distribution of estimators.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 261 or can be taken concurrently or consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 345E - Probability Theory for Engineering


    Unit(s): 2 Lecture: 2 hours
    This is a two-unit one-half semester introduction to probability theory for Engineering students. Topics covered include basic set theory, probability, combatorics, discrete and continuous random variables, probability distribution and density functions, first and second moments, and functions of random variables.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: MATH 211 or consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Fall Only
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 352 - Numerical Analysis


    Unit(s): 4
    Selected numerical and iterative processes for solving mathematical problems and their applications. Topics include finding roots with bisection and Newton’s method; solving systems of linear equations using LU decomposition and Gauss-Seidel methods; polynomial approximation using Taylor’s Theorem, Lagrange interpolations, and the theory of spline functions; numerical integration using Simpson’s rule and Gaussian integration; numerical solutions to ODEs using Euler’s and modified Euler’s method.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisites: Grade of C- or better in MATH 241 (may take concurrently), MATH 180 or CS 115 or consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Fall Only May Be Repeated Repeatable for credit..
    Grading: OPT
  
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    MATH 367 - Statistical Consulting and Communication


    Unit(s): 2
    This course is a blending of theoretical and practical aspects of statistical consulting. Students learn how to consult with professionals in various fields, find creative statistical solutions to real-world problems, and present results in oral and written form. Students also learn about research and statistical software packages.

    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 265 or consent of instructor.
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring
    Grading: GRD
  
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    MATH 375 - M*A*T*H Colloquium


    Unit(s): 1
    Students will be required to attend presentations, keep a journal, and write a significant paper on one of the presentations. No more than 3 units may be applied to the upper-division major or minor requirements. May not be taken concurrently with MATH 175.

    Prerequisite(s): Class open to Juniors and Seniors only
    Typically Offered Fall & Spring May Be Repeated May be taken three times for credit.
    Grading: OPT
 

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