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MATH 1311:  Finite Mathematics for Students of Business
Students of MATH 1311 will begin to understand the quantitative tools that contribute to the professional competence needed to make rational business decisions about the future, as well as to find practical solutions to problems in the present. The students will begin to learn how to use these tools to communicate their ideas and solutions to others. Students will be introduced to the use of “real-world” data obtained from sources such as the Internet. Students will become adept at using the Web-based course supplement to access course materials and communicate with fellow classmates and the instructor. They enhance their teamwork and leadership skills by working in groups to achieve the solutions to designated exercises.

MATH 1312: Calculus for Students of Business
Students of MATH 1312 will continue to develop the quantitative skills needed to be successful in subsequent courses in business and finance and to make rational business decisions about the future, as well as find practical solutions to problems in the present. The students will continue to learn how to use these tools to communicate their ideas and solutions to others. And the students will continue to experience the use of “real-world” data obtained from sources like the Internet. Students will become adept at using the Web-based course supplement to access course materials and communicate with fellow classmates and the instructor. They will enhance their teamwork and leadership skills by working in groups to achieve the solutions to designated exercises.

MATH 1313:  Statistical Methods
Students of MATH 1313 will gain the statistical knowledge of data collection and analysis needed to make rational business decisions. The students will begin to learn how to use these tools to communicate their ideas and solutions to other. And the students will be introduced to data obtained from sources available on the Internet and learn how to use professional software to analyze such data. They will enhance their teamwork and leadership skills by working in groups to achieve the solutions to designated exercises.

MATH 1321 Pre-Calculus Mathematics
Students of MATH 1321 will begin to develop the quantitative skills needed to be successful in subsequent courses in calculus as well as interior design. These skills will enhance their ability to analyze and solve problems in a technical context and communicate their solutions to other professionals using the language of mathematics. Students will become adept at using the Web-based course supplement to access course materials and communicate with fellow classmates and the instructor. They will enhance their teamwork and leadership skills by working in groups to achieve the solutions to designated exercises.

MATH 1422:  Calculus I
Students of MATH 1422 will continue to develop the quantitative skills needed to be successful in subsequent courses in calculus and ultimately in their courses in engineering. These skills will enhance their ability to analyze and solve problems in a technical context and communicate their solutions to other professionals using the language of mathematics. Students will become adept at using the Web-based course supplement to access course materials and communicate with fellow classmates and the instructor. They will enhance their teamwork and leadership skills by working in groups to achieve the solutions to designated exercises.

MATH 1423:  Calculus II
      Students of MATH 1423 will continue to develop the quantitative skills needed to be successful in subsequent courses in calculus and ultimately in their courses in engineering. These skills will enhance their ability to analyze and solve problems in a technical context and communicate their solutions to other professionals using the language of mathematics. Students will become adept at using the Web-based course supplement to access course materials and communicate with fellow classmates and the instructor. They will enhance their teamwork and leadership skills by working in groups to achieve the solutions to designated exercises.

MATH 1324:  Calculus III
Students of MATH 1324 will develop the quantitative skills needed to be successful in subsequent courses in engineering. These skills will enhance their ability to analyze and solve problems in engineering and communicate their solutions to other engineering professionals using the language of mathematics. Students will become adept at using the Web-based course supplement to access course materials and communicate with fellow classmates and the instructor. They will enhance their teamwork and leadership skills by working in groups to achieve the solutions to designated exercises.

MATH 2331: Linear Algebra
Students of MATH 2331 will develop the quantitative skills with matrices and linear systems needed to be successful in subsequent courses in engineering. These skills will enhance their ability to analyze and solve and communicate their solutions to fellow professionals using the language of mathematics. Students will continue to use the Web-based course supplement to access course materials and communicate with classmates and the instructor. They will enhance teamwork and leadership skills by working in groups to achieve the solutions to designated exercises.

MATH 2332:  Ordinary Differential Equations
Students of MATH 2332 will develop the skills needed to model problems arising in the physical sciences and engineering. These skills will enhance their ability to analyze and solve problems in engineering and communicate their solutions to fellow professionals using the language of mathematics. Students will continue to use the Web-based course supplement to access course materials and communicate with classmates and the instructor. They will enhance teamwork and leadership skills by working in groups to achieve the solutions to designated exercises.

BIOL 1411: Introductory Biology
Students of BIOL 1411 successfully graduating from this course will understand the Scientific Method, and will receive training in contemporary methodologies in the biological sciences. They will learn to generate data both individually, as well as in a cooperative effort in a small team setting. Students will learn to organize and critically analyze their data, using statistical and graphing tools where appropriate. Finally, students of BIOL 1310 will learn to communicate their conclusions in writing in a discipline-appropriate format.

CHEM 1411: Introductory Chemistry
Students of CHEM 1411 successfully graduating from this course will understand the Scientific Method, and will receive training in contemporary methodologies in the chemical sciences. They will learn to generate data both individually, as well as in a cooperative effort in a small team setting. Students will learn to organize and critically analyze their data, using statistical and graphing tools where appropriate. Finally, students of CHEM 1411 will learn to communicate their conclusions in writing in a discipline-appropriate format.

CHEM 1421: Chemistry for Engineers I
Students of CHEM 1421 successfully graduating from this course will receive training in contemporary methodologies in chemistry forming a suitable base for the additional chemistry required of engineers. They will learn to generate data both individually, as well as in a cooperative effort in a small team setting. Students will learn to organize and critically analyze their data, using statistical and graphing tools where appropriate. Finally, students of CHEM 1421 will learn to communicate their conclusions in writing in the form of a scientific journal article.

CHEM 1422: Chemistry for Engineers II
Students of CHEM 1422 successfully graduating from this course will receive training in contemporary methodologies in chemistry forming a suitable base for the additional chemistry required of engineers. They will learn to generate data both individually, as well as in a cooperative effort in a small team setting. Students will learn to organize and critically analyze their data, using statistical and graphing tools where appropriate. Finally, students of CHEM 1422 will learn to communicate their conclusions in writing in the form of a scientific journal article.

GEOL 1411: Introductory Physical Geology
Students of GEOL 1411 successfully graduating from this course will understand the Scientific Method, and will receive training in contemporary methodologies in the geological sciences. They will learn to generate data both individually, as well as in a cooperative effort in a small team setting. Students will learn to organize and critically analyze their data, using statistical and graphing tools where appropriate. Finally, students of GEOL 1411 will learn to communicate their conclusions in writing in a discipline-appropriate format.

PHYS 1411: Introductory Physics
Students of PHYS 1411 successfully graduating from this course will understand the Scientific Method, and will receive training in contemporary methodologies in physics. They will learn to generate data both individually, as well as in a cooperative effort in a small team setting. Students will learn to organize and critically analyze their data, using statistical and graphing tools where appropriate. Finally, students of PHYS 1411 will learn to communicate their conclusions in writing in a discipline-appropriate format.

PHYS 1421: Physics for Engineers I
Students successfully graduating from this course will receive training in contemporary methodologies in physics forming a suitable base for the additional physics required of engineers. They will learn to generate data both individually, as well as in a cooperative effort in a small team setting. Students will learn to organize and critically analyze their data, using statistical and graphing tools where appropriate. Finally, students will learn to communicate their conclusions in writing in the form of a scientific journal article.

PHYS 1422: Physics for Engineers II
Students successfully completing this course will receive training in contemporary methodologies in physics forming a suitable base for the additional physics required of engineers. They will learn to generate data both individually, as well as in a cooperative effort in a small team setting. Students will learn to organize and critically analyze their data, using statistical and graphing tools where appropriate. Finally, students will learn to communicate their conclusions in writing in the form of a scientific journal article.