**Fall 2019**

HONR 312
HONR RESRCH/CREATIVE PROJ
(Fall 2019)

Develop a research or creative project suitable for presentation at an undergraduate research conference or equivalent public venue. Work one-on-one with a faculty mentor from a department of the student's choosing and with Honors administrative faculty to complete and present the independent project. Prerequisites: Admission to Honors Program. One hour per week. (P/F)

MATH 130
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS I
(Fall 2019)

Provides a thorough understanding of the mathematical concepts covered in grades one through eight. Moves through the mathematical content into the ability to explain the mathematical ideas and relationships. Emphasizes the ability to explain the concepts in everyday language appropriate for the listener, using correct vocabulary, and the ability to demonstrate these ideas using physical models and/or activities. Use of technology is required. Includes non routine problem solving. May not receive credit for both MATH 103 and MATH 130. Prerequisite: Declared elementary education or early childhood education major. Three hours per week. Does not meet General education requirements.

MATH 230
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS II
(Fall 2019)

Continuation of the process begun in MATH 130 of preparing prospective elementary school teachers to teach mathematics. Like MATH 130, it fosters a thorough understanding of fundamental mathematics and emphasizes the ability to communicate this. May not receive credit for both MATH 104 and 230. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 130. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IVB or IVC.

MATH 430
MATH CNNECTN SEC SCH TCHRS
(Fall 2019)

Connection of the undergraduate mathematical curriculum to the secondary mathematics curriculum by examining high school curriculum topics from an advanced and historical perspective. Considers contributions from diverse cultures as students examine the historical development of numbers and number systems, algebra, Euclidean and non Euclidean geometries, calculus, discrete mathematics, statistics, probability, and measurements. Prerequisites: C or better in SCED 373 and either MATH 441 or MATH 451. Four hours per week.

MATH 531
MATH CNNCTNS SEC SCH TCHRS
(Fall 2019)

Connects the undergraduate mathematics curriculum to the secondary mathematics curriculum by examining high school curriculum topics from an advanced and historical perspective with the goal of deepening understanding of the mathematics required for teaching in secondary schools. Considers contributions from diverse cultures in the examination of the historical development of numbers and number systems, algebra, Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries, calculus, discrete mathematics, statistics, probability, and measurement. Prerequisite: Mathematics teaching experience. Four hours per week.

**Spring 2020**

MATH 130
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS I
(Spring 2020)

Provides a thorough understanding of the mathematical concepts covered in grades one through eight. Moves through the mathematical content into the ability to explain the mathematical ideas and relationships. Emphasizes the ability to explain the concepts in everyday language appropriate for the listener, using correct vocabulary, and the ability to demonstrate these ideas using physical models and/or activities. Use of technology is required. Includes non routine problem solving. May not receive credit for both MATH 103 and MATH 130. Prerequisite: Declared elementary education or early childhood education major. Three hours per week. Does not meet General education requirements.

MATH 230
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS II
(Spring 2020)

Continuation of the process begun in MATH 130 of preparing prospective elementary school teachers to teach mathematics. Like MATH 130, it fosters a thorough understanding of fundamental mathematics and emphasizes the ability to communicate this. May not receive credit for both MATH 104 and 230. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 130. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IVB or IVC.

MATH 300
INTRO TO ABSTRACT MATH
(Spring 2020)

Designed for students majoring and minoring in mathematics. Students experience the power of mathematical thought and develop facility with mathematical expression, both written and oral. Assignments make use of both inductive and deductive reasoning. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 210 or equivalent. Three hours per week.