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MS 101: Precalculus
Designed to prepare students for calculus.
Professors: Bernice A. Kroh; Candy L. Hodges; Daniel R. Plante; (more)
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MS 151: Finite Mathematics
Designed to satisfy Gen Ed Math Requirement.
Professors: Hari Pulapaka; Harold V. Dansberger; Lisa O. Coulter; (more)
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MS 152: Mathematical Game Theory
Designed to satisfy the general education math requirement.
Professors: Erich J. Friedman
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MS 155: Great Ideas in Mathematics
Designed to satisfy the general education math requirement
Professors: Margie Hale
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MS 157: Geometry
Designed to satisfy the deneral education math requirement
Professors: Harold V. Dansberger
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MS 159: Cryptology
Designed to satisfy the general education math requirement
Professors: Hari Pulapaka
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MS 185: Isy: Trigonometry
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Professors: Lisa O. Coulter
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MS 201: Calculus I
A first calculus course designed for majors in mathematics and the physical sciences. Topics include limits, continuity, differentation, applications of derivatives, antidifferentiation, the definate integral, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Prerequisite: MS101.
Professors: Erich J. Friedman; Hari Pulapaka; Thomas K. Vogel
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MS 202: Calculus II
The Continuation of MS201. Topics include techniques of integration, applications of integration, differential equations, sequences and series, power series, and Taylor's theorem. Prerequisite: MS201.
Professors: Erich J. Friedman; Hari Pulapaka; Thomas K. Vogel; (more)
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MS 203: Multivariable Calculus
Calculus of more than one variable. Topics include vectors, parametric equations, polar coordinates, partial differentiation, multiple integration, and vector fields. Prerequisite: MS202.
Professors: Erich J. Friedman; William W. Miles
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