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2022 Spring: January 12 - May 10
Course | Class No. | Section | Start & End Date | Day | Time | Status | Location |
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2022 Spring: January 12 - May 10
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MATH 105 | Topics for Mathematical Literacy (3) | ||||||
(For students who do not need a college algebra, statistics, or higher-level mathematics course. Meets the general education requirement in mathematics.) An investigation of contemporary topics in mathematics. The aim is to apply mathematical processes to solve problems involving exponential and logarithmic modeling, personal finance, probability, basic logical thinking, and statistical reasoning. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27192 | 4720 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | W | 6:00P-9:00P | Open | Little Creek (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Heard, Brent N | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 105 | Topics for Mathematical Literacy (3) | ||||||
(For students who do not need a college algebra, statistics, or higher-level mathematics course. Meets the general education requirement in mathematics.) An investigation of contemporary topics in mathematics. The aim is to apply mathematical processes to solve problems involving exponential and logarithmic modeling, personal finance, probability, basic logical thinking, and statistical reasoning. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27193 | 9615 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | T | 6:00P-9:00P | Open | JB Langley-Ft Eustis (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Killough, Brian D | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 105 | Topics for Mathematical Literacy (3) | ||||||
(For students who do not need a college algebra, statistics, or higher-level mathematics course. Meets the general education requirement in mathematics.) An investigation of contemporary topics in mathematics. The aim is to apply mathematical processes to solve problems involving exponential and logarithmic modeling, personal finance, probability, basic logical thinking, and statistical reasoning. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27212 | 6010 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | M | 6:00P-9:00P | Open | USM at Sthn MD (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Sanchez, Eliezer | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 105 | Topics for Mathematical Literacy (3) | ||||||
(For students who do not need a college algebra, statistics, or higher-level mathematics course. Meets the general education requirement in mathematics.) An investigation of contemporary topics in mathematics. The aim is to apply mathematical processes to solve problems involving exponential and logarithmic modeling, personal finance, probability, basic logical thinking, and statistical reasoning. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27213 | 4020 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | W | 7:00P-10:00P | Open | College Park (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Pathak, Madan | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 105 | Topics for Mathematical Literacy (3) | ||||||
(For students who do not need a college algebra, statistics, or higher-level mathematics course. Meets the general education requirement in mathematics.) An investigation of contemporary topics in mathematics. The aim is to apply mathematical processes to solve problems involving exponential and logarithmic modeling, personal finance, probability, basic logical thinking, and statistical reasoning. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27214 | 4060 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | W | 7:00P-10:00P | Open | College Park (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Pathak, Madan | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 105 | Topics for Mathematical Literacy (3) | ||||||
(For students who do not need a college algebra, statistics, or higher-level mathematics course. Meets the general education requirement in mathematics.) An investigation of contemporary topics in mathematics. The aim is to apply mathematical processes to solve problems involving exponential and logarithmic modeling, personal finance, probability, basic logical thinking, and statistical reasoning. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27215 | 5255 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | T | 6:00P-9:00P | Open | Fort Gordon (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Payne, Marvalisa M | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 105 | Topics for Mathematical Literacy (3) | ||||||
(For students who do not need a college algebra, statistics, or higher-level mathematics course. Meets the general education requirement in mathematics.) An investigation of contemporary topics in mathematics. The aim is to apply mathematical processes to solve problems involving exponential and logarithmic modeling, personal finance, probability, basic logical thinking, and statistical reasoning. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27216 | 3810 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | M | 6:00P-9:00P | Open | San Diego (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Stec, Boguslaw | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 105 | Topics for Mathematical Literacy (3) | ||||||
(For students who do not need a college algebra, statistics, or higher-level mathematics course. Meets the general education requirement in mathematics.) An investigation of contemporary topics in mathematics. The aim is to apply mathematical processes to solve problems involving exponential and logarithmic modeling, personal finance, probability, basic logical thinking, and statistical reasoning. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27229 | 4350 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | M | 6:00P-9:00P | Open | NSA Air Force (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Wimbish, Alice L | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
Note: Base Access is not required. | |||||||
MATH 105 | Topics for Mathematical Literacy (3) | ||||||
(For students who do not need a college algebra, statistics, or higher-level mathematics course. Meets the general education requirement in mathematics.) An investigation of contemporary topics in mathematics. The aim is to apply mathematical processes to solve problems involving exponential and logarithmic modeling, personal finance, probability, basic logical thinking, and statistical reasoning. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27303 | 4915 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | T | 6:00P-9:00P | Open | San Antonio (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Payne, Marvalisa M | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 105 | Topics for Mathematical Literacy (3) | ||||||
(For students who do not need a college algebra, statistics, or higher-level mathematics course. Meets the general education requirement in mathematics.) An investigation of contemporary topics in mathematics. The aim is to apply mathematical processes to solve problems involving exponential and logarithmic modeling, personal finance, probability, basic logical thinking, and statistical reasoning. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27310 | 5650 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | M | 6:00P-9:00P | Open | National Landing (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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20373 | 7380 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Perkins, Leasa L | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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20573 | 7381 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Alsafar, Saba A | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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20574 | 7382 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Grose, Elena E | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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20580 | 7383 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Klein, Francis V | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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20592 | 7384 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Smith, Darren J | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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22019 | 6980 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Jarchow, Marguerite E | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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22020 | 6981 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Doo, Irene | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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22021 | 6982 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Ho, Minhtri T | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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22284 | 6983 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Lee, Li-Jen | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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22286 | 6984 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Kouatchou, Jules | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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22287 | 6985 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Zulli, Diane | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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22583 | 6381 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Howard II, Dr. James Patrick | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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22598 | 6380 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Beyers, John F | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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22649 | 6382 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Klein, Francis V | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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22673 | 6383 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Roy, Pallabi G | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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22725 | 6384 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Rouhani, Behnaz | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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22945 | 6385 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Foroozan, Farshad | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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22971 | 6386 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Kouatchou, Jules | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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23058 | 6387 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Fitzpatrick, Henry | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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23862 | 6388 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: McQueen, Sonya D | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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23863 | 6389 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Howard, William T | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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23864 | 6390 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Sawhill, Toni N | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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23865 | 6391 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Uccellini, John C | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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23866 | 6392 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Smith, Darren J | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27230 | 7615 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | T | 6:00P-9:00P | Open | Dorsey Station (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Provoteaux, Aaron Anthony | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27231 | 7665 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Th | 6:00P-9:00P | Open | Dorsey Station (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Provoteaux, Aaron Anthony | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27232 | 6215 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | W | 6:30P-9:30P | Open | College Park (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Harley, Rochelle B | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27234 | 4065 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Th | 7:00P-10:00P | Open | College Park (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Schultz, Jason P | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27235 | 3760 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | W | 5:30P-8:30P | Open | Fort Drum (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Babcock, Danielle M | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 107 | College Algebra (3) | ||||||
(The first course in the two-course series MATH 107-MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115). An introduction to equations and inequalities and a study of functions and their properties, including the development of graphing skills with polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The objective is to apply appropriate technology and demonstrate fluency in the language of algebra; communicate mathematical ideas; perform operations on real numbers, complex numbers, and functions; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph circles and functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Technology is used for data modeling. Discussion also covers applications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107 or MATH 115. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27304 | 4820 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | W | 6:00P-9:00P | Open | Travis AFB (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Beyers, John F | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 108 | Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry (3) | ||||||
(The second course in the two-course series MATH 107¿MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115.) Prerequisite: MATH 107. An introduction to trigonometric functions, identities, and equations and their applications. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of trigonometry, analytic geometry, and selected mathematical topics; communicate mathematical ideas appropriately; apply and prove trigonometric identities; solve triangles and trigonometric equations; and perform vector operations. Discussion covers analytical geometry and conic sections, systems of linear equations, matrices, sequences, and series. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 108 or MATH 115. |
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21249 | 7380 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Lattimore, Ruth E | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 108 | Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry (3) | ||||||
(The second course in the two-course series MATH 107¿MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115.) Prerequisite: MATH 107. An introduction to trigonometric functions, identities, and equations and their applications. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of trigonometry, analytic geometry, and selected mathematical topics; communicate mathematical ideas appropriately; apply and prove trigonometric identities; solve triangles and trigonometric equations; and perform vector operations. Discussion covers analytical geometry and conic sections, systems of linear equations, matrices, sequences, and series. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 108 or MATH 115. |
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21774 | 7381 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Yuan, Carl | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 108 | Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry (3) | ||||||
(The second course in the two-course series MATH 107¿MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115.) Prerequisite: MATH 107. An introduction to trigonometric functions, identities, and equations and their applications. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of trigonometry, analytic geometry, and selected mathematical topics; communicate mathematical ideas appropriately; apply and prove trigonometric identities; solve triangles and trigonometric equations; and perform vector operations. Discussion covers analytical geometry and conic sections, systems of linear equations, matrices, sequences, and series. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 108 or MATH 115. |
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22964 | 6380 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Lattimore, Ruth E | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 108 | Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry (3) | ||||||
(The second course in the two-course series MATH 107¿MATH 108. An alternative to MATH 115.) Prerequisite: MATH 107. An introduction to trigonometric functions, identities, and equations and their applications. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of trigonometry, analytic geometry, and selected mathematical topics; communicate mathematical ideas appropriately; apply and prove trigonometric identities; solve triangles and trigonometric equations; and perform vector operations. Discussion covers analytical geometry and conic sections, systems of linear equations, matrices, sequences, and series. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 108 or MATH 115. |
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23439 | 6381 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Mack, Nanette G | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 115 | Pre-Calculus (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MATH 140 or any course for which MATH 140 is a prerequisite.) An explication of equations, functions, and graphs. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in pre-calculus; communicate mathematical ideas appropriately; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Topics include polynomials, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry, and analytical geometry. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107, MATH 108, or MATH 115. |
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20383 | 7380 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: El-Ali, Taan S | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 115 | Pre-Calculus (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MATH 140 or any course for which MATH 140 is a prerequisite.) An explication of equations, functions, and graphs. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in pre-calculus; communicate mathematical ideas appropriately; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Topics include polynomials, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry, and analytical geometry. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107, MATH 108, or MATH 115. |
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20578 | 7381 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Soroush, Masoud | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 115 | Pre-Calculus (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MATH 140 or any course for which MATH 140 is a prerequisite.) An explication of equations, functions, and graphs. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in pre-calculus; communicate mathematical ideas appropriately; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Topics include polynomials, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry, and analytical geometry. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107, MATH 108, or MATH 115. |
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22411 | 6980 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: McKee, Steven Ray | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 115 | Pre-Calculus (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MATH 140 or any course for which MATH 140 is a prerequisite.) An explication of equations, functions, and graphs. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in pre-calculus; communicate mathematical ideas appropriately; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Topics include polynomials, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry, and analytical geometry. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107, MATH 108, or MATH 115. |
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22412 | 6981 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Chowdhury, Farida A | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 115 | Pre-Calculus (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MATH 140 or any course for which MATH 140 is a prerequisite.) An explication of equations, functions, and graphs. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in pre-calculus; communicate mathematical ideas appropriately; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Topics include polynomials, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry, and analytical geometry. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107, MATH 108, or MATH 115. |
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22628 | 6380 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: McKee, Steven Ray | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 115 | Pre-Calculus (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MATH 140 or any course for which MATH 140 is a prerequisite.) An explication of equations, functions, and graphs. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in pre-calculus; communicate mathematical ideas appropriately; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Topics include polynomials, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry, and analytical geometry. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107, MATH 108, or MATH 115. |
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22790 | 6381 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Tanali, Kaan | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 115 | Pre-Calculus (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MATH 140 or any course for which MATH 140 is a prerequisite.) An explication of equations, functions, and graphs. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in pre-calculus; communicate mathematical ideas appropriately; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Topics include polynomials, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry, and analytical geometry. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107, MATH 108, or MATH 115. |
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23463 | 6382 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Cooper, Edward C | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 115 | Pre-Calculus (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MATH 140 or any course for which MATH 140 is a prerequisite.) An explication of equations, functions, and graphs. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in pre-calculus; communicate mathematical ideas appropriately; solve equations and inequalities; analyze and graph functions; and use mathematical modeling to translate, solve, and interpret applied problems. Topics include polynomials, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry, and analytical geometry. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 107, MATH 108, or MATH 115. |
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23553 | 6383 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Chiang, Lee | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 140 | Calculus I (4) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 108 or MATH 115. An introduction to calculus. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; and solve problems by identifying, representing, and modeling functional relationships. Topics include functions, the sketching of graphs of functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and applications of the derivative, definite and indefinite integrals, and calculation of area. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 130, MATH 131, or MATH 140. |
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21251 | 7380 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Chen, Chao W | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 140 | Calculus I (4) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 108 or MATH 115. An introduction to calculus. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; and solve problems by identifying, representing, and modeling functional relationships. Topics include functions, the sketching of graphs of functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and applications of the derivative, definite and indefinite integrals, and calculation of area. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 130, MATH 131, or MATH 140. |
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21252 | 7381 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Avram, Elena | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 140 | Calculus I (4) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 108 or MATH 115. An introduction to calculus. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; and solve problems by identifying, representing, and modeling functional relationships. Topics include functions, the sketching of graphs of functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and applications of the derivative, definite and indefinite integrals, and calculation of area. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 130, MATH 131, or MATH 140. |
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21253 | 7382 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 140 | Calculus I (4) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 108 or MATH 115. An introduction to calculus. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; and solve problems by identifying, representing, and modeling functional relationships. Topics include functions, the sketching of graphs of functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and applications of the derivative, definite and indefinite integrals, and calculation of area. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 130, MATH 131, or MATH 140. |
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22070 | 6980 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Malik, Nasir M. | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 140 | Calculus I (4) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 108 or MATH 115. An introduction to calculus. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; and solve problems by identifying, representing, and modeling functional relationships. Topics include functions, the sketching of graphs of functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and applications of the derivative, definite and indefinite integrals, and calculation of area. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 130, MATH 131, or MATH 140. |
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22694 | 6380 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Hennayake, Kamal P | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 140 | Calculus I (4) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 108 or MATH 115. An introduction to calculus. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; and solve problems by identifying, representing, and modeling functional relationships. Topics include functions, the sketching of graphs of functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and applications of the derivative, definite and indefinite integrals, and calculation of area. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 130, MATH 131, or MATH 140. |
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23168 | 6381 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Chinn, Douglas S | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 140 | Calculus I (4) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 108 or MATH 115. An introduction to calculus. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; and solve problems by identifying, representing, and modeling functional relationships. Topics include functions, the sketching of graphs of functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and applications of the derivative, definite and indefinite integrals, and calculation of area. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 130, MATH 131, or MATH 140. |
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23464 | 6382 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Chowdhury, Mostafiz R | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 140 | Calculus I (4) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 108 or MATH 115. An introduction to calculus. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; and solve problems by identifying, representing, and modeling functional relationships. Topics include functions, the sketching of graphs of functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and applications of the derivative, definite and indefinite integrals, and calculation of area. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 130, MATH 131, or MATH 140. |
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24220 | 6383 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Thomas, John P | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 140 | Calculus I (4) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 108 or MATH 115. An introduction to calculus. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; and solve problems by identifying, representing, and modeling functional relationships. Topics include functions, the sketching of graphs of functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and applications of the derivative, definite and indefinite integrals, and calculation of area. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 130, MATH 131, or MATH 140. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27236 | 4010 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | M | 6:00P-10:00P | Open | College Park (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Schultz, Jason P | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 141 | Calculus II (4) | ||||||
(A continuation of MATH 140.) Prerequisite: MATH 140. A study of integration and functions. The aim is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; model and solve problems using integrals and interpret the results; and use infinite series to approximate functions to model real-world scenarios. Focus is on techniques of integration, improper integrals, and applications of integration (such as volumes, work, arc length, and moments); inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions; and sequences and series. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 131, MATH 132, or MATH 141. |
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21254 | 7380 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Chiang, Lee | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 141 | Calculus II (4) | ||||||
(A continuation of MATH 140.) Prerequisite: MATH 140. A study of integration and functions. The aim is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; model and solve problems using integrals and interpret the results; and use infinite series to approximate functions to model real-world scenarios. Focus is on techniques of integration, improper integrals, and applications of integration (such as volumes, work, arc length, and moments); inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions; and sequences and series. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 131, MATH 132, or MATH 141. |
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21255 | 7381 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Cochell, Gary G | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 141 | Calculus II (4) | ||||||
(A continuation of MATH 140.) Prerequisite: MATH 140. A study of integration and functions. The aim is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; model and solve problems using integrals and interpret the results; and use infinite series to approximate functions to model real-world scenarios. Focus is on techniques of integration, improper integrals, and applications of integration (such as volumes, work, arc length, and moments); inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions; and sequences and series. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 131, MATH 132, or MATH 141. |
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22805 | 6380 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Soroush, Masoud | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 141 | Calculus II (4) | ||||||
(A continuation of MATH 140.) Prerequisite: MATH 140. A study of integration and functions. The aim is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; model and solve problems using integrals and interpret the results; and use infinite series to approximate functions to model real-world scenarios. Focus is on techniques of integration, improper integrals, and applications of integration (such as volumes, work, arc length, and moments); inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions; and sequences and series. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 131, MATH 132, or MATH 141. |
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23174 | 6381 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Konnova, Svetlana V | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 141 | Calculus II (4) | ||||||
(A continuation of MATH 140.) Prerequisite: MATH 140. A study of integration and functions. The aim is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; model and solve problems using integrals and interpret the results; and use infinite series to approximate functions to model real-world scenarios. Focus is on techniques of integration, improper integrals, and applications of integration (such as volumes, work, arc length, and moments); inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions; and sequences and series. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 131, MATH 132, or MATH 141. |
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23499 | 6382 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: El-Ali, Taan S | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 141 | Calculus II (4) | ||||||
(A continuation of MATH 140.) Prerequisite: MATH 140. A study of integration and functions. The aim is to demonstrate fluency in the language of calculus; discuss mathematical ideas appropriately; model and solve problems using integrals and interpret the results; and use infinite series to approximate functions to model real-world scenarios. Focus is on techniques of integration, improper integrals, and applications of integration (such as volumes, work, arc length, and moments); inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions; and sequences and series. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 131, MATH 132, or MATH 141. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
27237 | 4055 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | T | 6:00P-10:00P | Open | College Park (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Mohamed, Ahmed H | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 241 | Calculus III (4) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 141. An introduction to multivariable calculus. Exposition covers vectors and vector-valued functions; partial derivatives and applications of partial derivatives (such as tangent planes and Lagrangian multipliers); multiple integrals; volume; surface area; and the classical theorems of Green, Stokes, and Gauss. The objective is to use multivariate calculus to solve real-world problems. |
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21256 | 7380 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Libis, Carl A | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 246 | Differential Equations (3) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 141 or MATH 132. An introduction to the basic methods of solving differential equations. The goal is to demonstrate fluency in the language of differential equations; communicate mathematical ideas; solve boundary-value problems for first- and second-order equations; and solve systems of linear differential equations. Topics include solutions of boundary-value problems for first- and second-order differential equations; solutions of systems of linear differential equations; series solutions, existence, and uniqueness; and formulation and solution of differential equations for physical systems. |
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22413 | 6980 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Tanali, Kaan | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 301 | Concepts of Real Analysis I (3) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 141. A study of real analysis. The aim is to construct formal mathematical proofs and solve problems. Topics include sequences and series of numbers, continuity and differentiability of real-valued functions of one variable, the Riemann integral, sequences of functions, and power series. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 301 or MATH 410. |
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22108 | 6980 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Cochell, Gary G | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 340 | Linear Algebra (4) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 140. An examination of linear algebra. The aim is to demonstrate applications of various concepts in linear algebra. Topics include abstract vector spaces, linear transformations, algebra of matrices, determinants, similarity, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and applications to systems of equations. Discussion also covers solutions of problems in physics, engineering, and the sciences. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MATH 240, MATH 340, MATH 400, or MATH 461. |
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21257 | 7380 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Fletcher, Charles | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MATH 402 | Algebraic Structures (3) | ||||||
Prerequisite: MATH 141. An overview of algebraic structures. The aim is to construct mathematically correct and concise proofs. Set theory, techniques of proofs, and the application of those techniques are introduced. Topics include groups, subgroups, isomorphisms, rings, integral domains, and fields. |
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22276 | 6980 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Roy, Atul N | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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20380 | 7380 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Silverstein, Robert S | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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20381 | 7381 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Toregas, Patricia J | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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21143 | 7382 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Daston, Melissa G | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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21144 | 7383 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Oxley, Jeanne Y | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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21145 | 7384 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Howell, Shawne M | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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21146 | 7385 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Marine, Cristina I | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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21147 | 7386 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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21881 | 7387 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Clemons, Chastity S | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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22022 | 6980 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Hutchison, Maggie J | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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22023 | 6981 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Closed | Online | |||
Faculty: Richman, Jay Steven | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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22024 | 6982 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Lehman, Charles D | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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22394 | 6983 | 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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22554 | 6383 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Burman-Holtom, Jane | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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22555 | 6384 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Williams, Anita Newman | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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22593 | 6380 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Oxley, Jeanne Y | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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22636 | 6381 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Clemons, Chastity S | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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22650 | 6382 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Cook, Celeste Nicole | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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22877 | 6385 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Daston, Melissa G | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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22946 | 6386 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Lovitch, Ira T | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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23061 | 6387 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Tanner, Thomas W | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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23062 | 6388 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Mable, Cynthia A | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
26819 | 7165 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Th | 6:00P-9:00P | Open | Myer-Henderson Hall (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
26820 | 6220 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | W | 6:30P-9:30P | Open | College Park (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Toregas, Patricia J | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
26821 | 5110 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | M | 6:30P-9:30P | Open | Shady Grove (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Houston, Roslyn W | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
26822 | 4065 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Th | 7:00P-10:00P | Open | College Park (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Mims-Word, Marsha | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates. | |||||||
26823 | 3855 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | T | 6:00P-9:00P | Open | San Diego (Hybrid) | |
Faculty: Keim, Edmund A | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 310 | Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
(Not open to students who have completed MRKT 311. Not applicable to the certificate in Digital Marketing.) A foundation in the principles of marketing used to manage profitable customer relationships. The objective is to understand the pivotal role of marketing within both an organization's strategic plan and the marketing process and determine marketing strategies and tactics. Topics include consumer behavior, competitive analysis, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding, new product development, pricing, value chains, and marketing communications. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 350, MGMT 322, MRKT 310, or TMGT 322. |
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28590 | 6389 | 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 | Open | Online | |||
Faculty: Marine, Cristina I | Syllabus | Course Materials | |||||
MRKT 311 | Digital Marketing Principles (3) | ||||||
"An introduction to the various types of digital marketing and the skills needed for each type. The aim is to understand the various stages in the customer journey and marketing funnel. Discussion covers developing a unique value proposition and assessing the contribution of a SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats) analysis to a marketing plan.. Projects involve the application of key metrics and key performance indicators (KPIs) commonly used in digital marketing and culminate in the presentation of a digital marketing plan." |
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Please be advised this course is part of the Digital Marketing Certificate and the cost is $625 per credit. | |||||||
21607 | 7380 | 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 | Open | Online | |||
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