COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA103  MATH MODELING/INTRO CALCULUS  2016  1  Mathematical Sciences  4.5 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=4.5)  
SCOPE  
MA103 is the first course of the mathematics core curriculum. It emphasizes applied mathematics through modeling. Students develop effective strategies to solve complex and often illdefined problems. The course exercises a wide array of mathematical concepts while nurturing creativity, critical thinking, and learning through activities performed in disciplinary and interdisciplinary settings. The course introduces calculus using continuous and discrete mathematics while analyzing dynamic change in applied problems. Students employ a variety of technological tools to enhance the ability to visualize concepts, to explore ideas through experimentation and iteration, to complete complex and timeconsuming computations, and to develop numerical, graphical, and analytical solutions that enhance understanding.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA153  2000  1  2  Y 
AYT  #SECT/SIZE  CPBLTY  ENRLD  WAIT  SEATS  CLOSED  DETAILS  
2025  1  53  18  954  829  0  125  N  Hours  
2025  2  8  18  144  1  0  143  N  Hours  
2026  1  50  18  900  0  0  900  N  Hours  
2026  2  3  18  54  0  0  54  N  Hours  
2027  1  51  18  918  0  0  918  N  Hours  
2027  2  4  18  72  0  0  72  N  Hours  
2028  1  51  18  918  0  0  918  N  Hours  
2028  2  4  18  72  0  0  72  N  Hours  
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA103  MATH MODELING/INTRO CALCULUS  2013  1  Mathematical Sciences  4.0 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=4.0)  
SCOPE  
MA103 is the first course of the mathematics core curriculum, and it emphasizes applied mathematics through modeling  using effective problem solving strategies and modeling theory to solve complex and often illdefined problems. The course exercises mathematical concepts while nurturing creativity, critical thinking, and learning through activities performed in disciplinary, interdisciplinary, and multidisciplinary settings. Special emphasis is placed on introducing calculus using continuous and discrete mathematics through applied settings. The course exploits a variety of technological tools to develop numerical, graphical, and analytical solutions that enhance understanding.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA153  2000  1  2  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA103  MATH MODELING/INTRO CALCULUS  2005  2  Mathematical Sciences  4.0 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
MA103 is the first course of the mathematics core curriculum, and it emphasizes applied mathematics through modeling  using effective problem solving strategies and modeling theory to solve complex and often illdefined problems. The course exercises mathematical concepts while nurturing creativity, critical thinking, and learning through activities performed in disciplinary, interdisciplinary, and multidisciplinary settings. Special emphasis is placed on introducing calculus using continuous and discrete mathematics through applied settings. The course exploits a variety of technological tools to develop numerical, graphical, and analytical solutions that enhance understanding.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA153  2000  1  2  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA103  DISCRETE DYN SYS/INTRO CALC  2000  1  Mathematical Sciences  4.0 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
This course is the first of the mathematics core curriculum. The emphasis is on mathematical modeling using difference equations in the form of discrete dynamical systems. Modeling motivates the study of solution techniques for these equations which in turn supports the eventual study of the calculus. Concepts and techniques are discussed for first and higherorder linear and nonlinear equations. MA103 also provides an introduction to elementary matrix methods to solve systems of linear equations and systems of linear discrete dynamical systems. Additionally, the course introduces differential calculus to include definition of the derivative, basic differential rules, and graphical analysis of functions and their derivatives. The course integrates computers and handheld calculators to develop numerical and graphical representations of solutions for analysis of the longterm behavior of linear and nonlinear systems, as well to support the analytical solution of these systems.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA101  1997  2  1  Y  
MA153  2000  1  2  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA103  DISCRETE DYN SYS/INTRO CALC  1992  1  Mathematical Sciences  4.0 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
This course is the first of the mathematics core curriculum. The emphasis is on mathematical modeling using difference equations in the form of discrete dynamical systems. Modeling motivates the study of solution techniques for these equations which in turn supports the eventual study of the calculus. Concepts and techniques are discussed for first and higherorder linear and nonlinear equations. MA103 also provides an introduction to elementary matrix methods to solve systems of linear equations and systems of linear discrete dynamical systems. Additionally, the course introduces differential calculus to include definition of the derivative, basic differential rules, and graphical analysis of functions and their derivatives. The course integrates computers and handheld calculators to develop numerical and graphical representations of solutions for analysis of the longterm behavior of linear and nonlinear systems, as well to support the analytical solution of these systems.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA101  1997  2  1  Y 