MAT 295 & 296 Calculus I & II
Here’s a chance to learn calculus and develop the skills to apply it.
In MAT 295, you’ll use a graphic calculator to gain hands-on experience in curve sketching and learn increasingly sophisticated techniques for the evaluation and tabulation of functions, as well as the numerical evaluation of limits, derivatives, and roots (the last by Newton’s method).
In MAT 296, you’ll explore exponential logarithms and inverse trigonometric functions and see how they can be applied to a wide range of topics. These courses are foundational for anyone wishing to study science and/or engineering.
MAT 397 Calculus III
Get a head start on your college requirements!
MAT 397 is the third course in a three-semester sequence that dives deeper into calculus. It’s a course designed for mathematics, science, and engineering majors, as well as those in other majors, who intend to take advanced courses in mathematics.
Concepts include vectors, vector-valued functions, functions of several variables, partial derivatives, and multiple integration.
MAT 414 Intro to Ordinary Differential Equations
Interested in taking your math knowledge to the next level? Then MAT 414—a course that focuses on the study of differential equations—is for you!
Topics include the analytic and qualitative aspects of first-order differential equations (linear and nonlinear), second order linear equations, Laplace transforms, and systems of first order linear equations.