431

Dean.

Offered: All semesters.

(3-0-3)

Theory and applications of systems of linear equations, vector spaces, and linear

transformations are covered. Fundamental concepts include: linear

independence, basis and dimension, orthogonality, projections, least squares

analysis solutions of inconsistent systems; matrices, eigenvalues, eigenvectors,

and applications. A graphing calculator is required.

Prerequisites: MATH 2252 or MATH 1151 with consent of Division Dean.

Offered: On demand

(3-2-4)

This is the second of a three semester sequence in Calculus. Calculus II

includes a continuation of techniques of integration, applications of integration,

plane analytical geometry, parametric equations, Taylor’s theorem, sequences

and series. A graphing calculator is required.

Prerequisite: MATH 1151 or consent of Division Dean.

Offered: Fall and Spring.

(3-2-4)

This is the third of a three semester sequence in Calculus. Calculus III includes

vector-valued functions, vector derivatives, curvature, geometry of space, partial

differentiation, functions of several variables, vector analysis, multiple integration,

and applications of multiple integration. A graphing calculator is required.

Prerequisite: MATH 2252 or consent of Division Dean.

Offered: Spring.

(1-0-1)

This course assists students in acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary to

reach their educational objectives in engineering, mathematics, and science-

related fields. Topics include: career decisions and strategies, educational and

personal enrichment, study skills and habits, time management, academic

preparation, and success in college. Field trips may be required.

RESTRICTED to MESA students; exceptions approved by the MESA Director.

May serve as an elective for majors in the Science and Math Division.

Prerequisites: None.

Corequisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

(3-0-3)

An in-depth study of the sciences of hematology and body fluids analysis. It

deals with the morphology of blood and blood-forming tissues, the principles of

blood sample collections, and the composition and function of multiple body

fluids. Physiology and pathology are emphasized.

Prerequisite: Admission to the Medical Laboratory Technology Program or

permission of the Director.

Corequisite: MLTS 1160L.

Offered: Fall, online & traditional options.

(0-3-1)

The laboratory component of the course is utilized to develop skills and

competencies required to perform laboratory analysis of blood and body fluids.

Corequisite: MLTS 1160W.

Offered: Fall. Online and traditional options.

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