All Courses

  • CONCEPTS OF COMPUTING (CS120-02)

    A survey of the general concepts of computers and their applications. Concepts include computer systems, system and applications software, data organization and management, and computers in society. Specific applications with hands-on projects will include word processing, presentation management, spreadsheets, database, graphics, and web authoring.

  • INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA (MTH095-03) Parker Fall 2017

    Students will study polynomials and factoring; roots; radical and rational expressions and equations; functions and their graphs; quadratic equations, complex numbers and parabolas. Applications in these areas will be covered. Use of a graphing utility will also be explored. (Credits: 5)

  • MTH095-06 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA with Gary Parker

    The student will study and demonstrate knowledge of skills to include solving algebraic equalities and inequalities, and systems of linear and nonlinear equations. Also included are graphing algebraic functions. Emphasis is placed on algebraic problem-solving skills; a graphing calculator will be used as a tool to further algebraic knowledge.

  • MTH092 Quant Lit with Gary Parker Winter 2018

    This course provides the algebra, quantitative reasoning, and problem solving skills necessary for success in Math 105. Students will solve a variety of contextual and open-ended mathematical problems. The course is alternate pathway to Math 105 for students not intending to take calculus.

  • CONCEPTS OF COMPUTING (CS120-02)

    A survey of the general concepts of computers and their applications. Concepts include computer systems, system and applications software, data organization and management, and computers in society. Specific applications with hands-on projects will include word processing, presentation management, spreadsheets, database, graphics, and web authoring.

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