#### College of Natural and Health Sciences

##### School of Mathematical Sciences

Please note: All students are required to complete a web-based placement assessment called ALEKS to determine readiness for entry-level mathematics and statistics courses unless they meet certain exceptions. These exceptions are based on various factors such as SAT or ACT scores or previously earned mathematics credit in college-level courses or developmental education courses at a community college. Please see the Exceptions page at the UNC Math Placement website for complete details. Entry-level mathematics and statistics courses that require the ALEKS assessment include MATH 120, MATH 124, MATH 125, MATH 127, MATH 131, MATH 171, and STAT 150. More information on ALEKS and a link to the assessment can be found at www.unco.edu/nhs/mathematical-sciences/placement.

## MATH 102 Success in the Mathematical Sciences

### Major/Minor Restriction

Include Mathematics Major(s)

### Class Restriction

Include Freshman

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 115 Trigonometry Workshop

### Prerequisites

(MATH 124 with a minimum grade of C) and (ALEKS Test Score with a minimum score of 050)### Special Notes

Two years of high school algebra with a grade of C or better may be substituted for MATH 124.

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 119 Supplemental Mathematics for Liberal Arts

### Corequisites

MATH 120### Major/Minor Restriction

Exclude Mathematics Major(s)/Minor(s)

### Repeatable Status

Course is repeatable with no limitations

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 120 Mathematics and Liberal Arts

### Prerequisites

(ALEKS Test Score with a minimum score of 030 or (ALEKS Test Score with a minimum score of 000 and Concurrent Prerequisite MATH 119 with a minimum grade of S))### Special Notes

High school GPA of 3.0 or higher.### Major/Minor Restriction

Exclude Mathematics Major(s)/Minor(s)

### Course Attribute

LAX1-Mathematics and GT Mathematics

## MATH 123 Supplemental Algebra

### Corequisites

MATH 124### Repeatable Status

Course is repeatable with no limitations

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 124 College Algebra

### Prerequisites

(ALEKS Test Score with a minimum score of 041 or (ALEKS Test Score with a minimum score of 025 and Concurrent Prerequisite MATH 123 with a minimum grade of S))### Special Notes

Two years of high school algebra with a grade of C or better or the equivalent.### Course Attribute

LAX1-Mathematics and GT Mathematics

## MATH 125 Plane Trigonometry

### Prerequisites

MATH 124 with a minimum grade of C### Course Attribute

LAX1-Mathematics and GT Mathematics

## MATH 127 Elementary Functions

### Course Attribute

LAX1-Mathematics and GT Mathematics

## MATH 130 Supplemental Calculus

### Prerequisites

(Concurrent Prerequisite MATH 131 or Concurrent Prerequisite MATH 171 with a minimum grade of D-)### Repeatable Status

Course may be repeated 1 time

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 131 Calculus I

First course in a three course sequence in calculus. Differentiation and related concepts, applications of derivatives, including exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions.

### Prerequisites

(MATH 125 with a minimum grade of C or MATH 127 with a minimum grade of C or ALEKS Test Score with a minimum score of 060 or (ALEKS Test Score with a minimum score of 045 and Concurrent Prerequisite MATH 130 with a minimum grade of S))### Special Notes

High school mathematics up to and including trigonometry with a grade of B or better or college-level trigonometry or elementary function with a grade of C or better.### Offered

Generally offered Fall and/or Spring Annually

### Course Attribute

LAX1-Mathematics and GT Mathematics

## MATH 132 Calculus II

Second course in three course sequence in calculus. Integration and applications of integration, sequences and series.

### Offered

Generally offered Fall and/or Spring Annually

### Course Attribute

LAX1-Mathematics and GT Mathematics

## MATH 171 Calculus I for Life Sciences

Differentiation and related concepts, applications of derivatives, including exponential. logarithmic and trigonometric functions. Introduction to integration. Emphasis on applications to the life sciences.

### Prerequisites

(MATH 125 with a minimum grade of C or MATH 127 with a minimum grade of C or ALEKS Test Score with a minimum score of 060 or (ALEKS Test Score with a minimum score of 045 and Concurrent Prerequisite MATH 130 with a minimum grade of S))### Offered

Generally offered Fall and/or Spring Annually

### Course Attribute

LAX1-Mathematics and GT Mathematics

## MATH 176 Topics in Calculus

### Prerequisites

(MATH 124 with a minimum grade of C or ACT Math with a minimum score of 26 or SAT Mathematics with a minimum score of 560 or SAT Math Section with a minimum score of 580)### Major/Minor Restriction

Exclude Mathematics Major(s)

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 181 Fundamentals of Mathematics I: Number and Operations

### Course Attribute

LAX1-Mathematics and GT Mathematics

### Course Fee

Course Fee Required

## MATH 182 Fundamental Mathematics II: Algebra, Probability and Data Analysis

### Course Attribute

LAX1-Mathematics and GT Mathematics

### Course Fee

Course Fee Required

## MATH 185 Number Sense and Algebra

### Course Attribute

LAX1-Mathematics

## MATH 186 Elements of Calculus

### Prerequisites

(MATH 185 with a minimum grade of C or (MATH 181 and MATH 182 with a minimum grade of C))### Course Attribute

LAX1-Mathematics

## MATH 221 Elementary Linear Algebra

### Prerequisites

MATH 131 with a minimum grade of C### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 228 Discrete Mathematics

A survey course of non-calculus based mathematics used extensively in computer science and other disciplines. Study sets, types of proofs, logic, recursion and related topics.

### Offered

Generally offered Fall and/or Spring Annually

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 233 Calculus III

### Prerequisites

MATH 132 with a minimum grade of C### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 283 Fundamental Mathematics III: Geometry and Measurement

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required and Course Fee Required

## MATH 286 Elements of Discrete Mathematics

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 311 Mathematics and Statistics for Data Science

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 317 Mathematical Foundations for Teachers

### Prerequisites

MATH 132 with a minimum grade of C### Major/Minor Restriction

Include Mathematics Major(s)/Minor(s)

### Class Restriction

Include Junior and Senior

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 321 Introduction to Abstract Algebra I

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 322 Introduction to Abstract Algebra II

### Prerequisites

MATH 321 with a minimum grade of C### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 335 Differential Equations I

### Prerequisites

MATH 233 with a minimum grade of C### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 336 Differential Equations II

### Prerequisites

MATH 335 with a minimum grade of C### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 341 Introduction to Modern Geometry I

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 342 Introduction to Modern Geometry II

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 350 Elementary Probability Theory

### Prerequisites

Concurrent Prerequisite MATH 132 with a minimum grade of C### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 351 Elementary Statistics Theory

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 375 Elementary Numerical Analysis

### Prerequisites

(MATH 221 with a minimum grade of C) and (MATH 233 with a minimum grade of D-) and (CS 120 with a minimum grade of C)### Major/Minor Restriction

Include Mathematics Major(s)/Minor(s)

### Class Restriction

Include Junior and Senior

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 386 Problem Solving

This course focuses on Mathematical Problem Solving for future elementary and middle school teachers. Emphasis is on problems with fundamental mathematical concepts from various levels to improve problem-solving and communication skills. This course is designed for prospective elementary teachers in the mathematics track and prospective middle school mathematics teachers.

### Offered

Generally offered Fall Annually

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 391 Introduction to Number Theory

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 395 Topics in Mathematics for Teachers

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 422 Directed Studies

### Special Notes

Maximum concurrent enrollment is two times.### Course Attribute

Variable Title Course

### Repeatable Status

Course is repeatable with no limitations

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 431 Basic Analysis I

### Prerequisites

MATH 233 with a minimum grade of C### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 432 Basic Analysis II

### Prerequisites

MATH 431 with a minimum grade of C### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 437 Mathematical Modeling

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 460 Introduction to Complex Analysis

### Prerequisites

MATH 233 with a minimum grade of C### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 464 Introduction to History of Mathematics

### Prerequisites

MATH 341 with a minimum grade of C### Major/Minor Restriction

Include Mathematics Major(s)/Minor(s)

### Class Restriction

Include Junior and Senior

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 495 Topics in Mathematics

### Course Attribute

Variable Title Course

### Repeatable Status

ST - Repeatable under different subtitles with no limits on the number of times it can be repeated

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required