Seminar in mathematics. Oral and written presentations are required.
Industrial Mathematics Wksp
Serves as the capstone course for students in the Industrial Mathematics Program. Students work to find solutions to problems originating from business, industry, medicine, and government. Requires written and oral presentations. Prerequisites: Completion of MATH 270, 271, 272 (all with C or better), MATH 300, 12 credit hours of mathematics numbered above MATH 300, and permission of instructor. Fall, annually.
Individual study under faculty supervision. Prerequisites: 12 hours of math numbered 300 or above and written consent of the department chair.
Topics In Geom
Found H.S. Math
Real Variables I
Real Variables II
Com Variables I
Abstract Alg I
Abstract Alg II
Alge Num Theory I
Intro To Mass Media
Systematic study of mass media and their support industries. Includes historical and critical perspectives of legal, ethical and social issues surrounding the influence of the mass media on audiences, characteristics and functions of the mass media,career options, employment trends, and competencies required of a mass media professionals. Each semester.
Mass Media And Society
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