50 SPRING 2023 925.424.1000 | [email protected] SPRING 2023 - COURSE LISTINGS Please refer to the onl ine schedule on CLASS-Web to access course section detai ls and the course record numbers (CRNs) for registration. MATH EMPORIUM The Math Emporium is a mode in which students have the ability to complete their foundational math courses, associate level math courses, and Technical Math sequence in a personalized mode. This mode allows students to self-accelerate through the material in a way that is unique to each student’s needs. Students will learn study skills and tips along with the math while working on their lab assignments. Students will decide when they are ready to take a test and take the length of time they need when testing (within the hours of operation). Students registering for a Math Emporium course are required to purchase and use the internet based software MyMathLab, which contains an online version of the textbook. MATH 30 COLLEGE ALGEBRA FOR STEM 4.0 Units College algebra core concepts relating to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Business fields are explored, such as: polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, absolute value, and logarithmic functions; systems of equations; theory of polynomial equations; and analytic geometry. Multiple representations, applications and modeling with functions are emphasized throughout. May not receive credit if Mathematics 20 or 45 have been completed. Prerequisite: MATH 55 or MATH 55B or NMAT 255 with a minimum grade of C A TI-84 or TI-83 calculator or internet-based software may be required for some sections of this course. There may be a fee associated with these materials. Consult with the instructor or bookstore before registering for this course. MATH 39 TRIGONOMETRY 4.0 Units Trigonometry includes definitions of the trigonometric functions and their inverses, graphs of the trigonometric functions and their inverses, trigonometric equations, trigonometric expressions and identities, including proofs, an introduction to vectors, polar coordinates and complex numbers. Applications include solving right triangles and solving triangles using the law of sines and the law of cosines. Prerequisite: MATH 55 or MATH 55B with a minimum grade of C. A TI-84 or TI-83 calculator or internet-based software may be required for some sections of this course. There may be a fee associated with these materials. Consult with the instructor or bookstore before registering for this course. MATH 40 STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY 4.0 Units Descriptive statistics, including measures of central tendency, dispersion and position; elements of probability; confidence intervals; hypothesis tests; two-population comparisons; correlation and regression; goodness of fit; analysis of variance; applications in various fields. Introduction to the use of a computer software package to complete both descriptive and inferential statistics problems. Prerequisites: Math 50 or Math 55 or Math 55B with a minimum grade of C A TI-84 or TI-83 calculator or internet-based software may be required for some sections of this course. There may be a fee associated with these materials. Consult with the instructor or bookstore before registering for this course. MATH 47 MATHEMATICS FOR LIBERAL ARTS 3.0 Units An introduction to a variety of mathematical concepts for students interested in liberal arts. Intended to cultivate an appreciation of the significance of mathematics in daily life and help develop students’ mathematical reasoning. Topics include personal finance, probability and statistics, logic, exponential growth, and graph theory. Prerequisite: MATH 55 or MATH 55B or MATH 50 with a minimum grade of C will learn to distinguish between source types, how to avoid plagiarism, and how to use sources in their research projects. LIBR 4 COLLEGE RESEARCH TECHNIQUES 0.5 Units Introduction to basic research techniques in a college library. Focus on use of the library catalog, search strategies, organization of materials in the library including reference, faculty reserves, circulatingbooks, audiovisuals, useof reference materials, evaluation of relevant resources, recognition of plagiarism, and bibliographic citation of books, audiovisuals, and magazines and journals. LIBR 7 THE OPENWEB & SEARCH ENGINES 0.5 Units Introduction to research techniques in a college library using search engines to find materials on the open web. Focus on use of the open web for research purposes, including web search strategies, appropriate search engines and directories, evaluation techniques for web resources, recognition of plagiarism, and bibliographic citation of web resources. MARKETING MKTG 50 INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING 3.0 Units Marketing as a value exchange process involving all societal members; an overview of product development, pricing, placement, and promotion; Target markets including the demographic and behavioral dimensions of markets; analyses of marketing placement and pricing strategies and the social, cultural, economic, competitive and legal factors affecting marketing mix decisions. Strongly Recommended: ENG 1A with a minimum grade of C MKTG 56 MARKETING STRATEGIES 3.0 Units Current marketing trends, strategies, and techniques. Introduction to online and social media marketing. The promotional process and techniques in the development of effective content creation and branding. Advanced theories, principles, and practices of customer service, customer loyalty, and the customer experience. MATH • Math Emporium Classes......................... pg. 50 • Lecture Classes.............................................pg. 51 • All Concurrent Support........................... pg. 52 • Math Jam Classes....................................... pg. 52 • NonCredit (Tuition-Free) Math Classes and Concurrent Supports....................... pg. 57

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