
MTH 095INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRATopics include problem solving, linear equations, systems of equations, polynomials and factoring techniques, rational expressions, radicals and exponents, quadratic equations. Credit for enrollment (eligibility) but not toward graduation; satisfies no University or general education requirements. Prerequisites: Completion of Mth 70 with a grade of C or above within the last year, or passing at the necessary level on the mathematics placement test within the last year (see Math Department webpage at mth.pdx.edu for information).

MTH 111INTRO COLL MATH IAn integrated treatment of topics from algebra and trigonometry. These courses serve as additional preparation for students with insufficient background who desire to take Mth 251, Mth 252, Mth 253. Neither Mth 111 nor Mth 112 can be taken for credit if a grade of C, P, or above has already been received for a course which requires either of them as a prerequisite. This is the first course in a sequence of two: Mth 111 and Mth 112 which must be taken in sequence. Prerequisites: Completion of Mth 095 with a grade of C or above within the last year, or passing at the necessary level on the mathematics placement test within the last year (see Math Department webpage at mth.pdx.edu for information).

MTH 112INTRO COLL MATH IIAn integrated treatment of topics from algebra and trigonometry. These courses serve as additional preparation for students with insufficient background who desire to take Mth 251, Mth 252, Mth 253. Neither Mth 111 nor Mth 112 can be taken for credit if a grade of C, P, or above has already been received for a course which requires either of them as a prerequisite. This is the second course in a sequence of two: Mth 111 and Mth 112 which must be taken in sequence. Prerequisites: Completion of Mth 111 with a grade of C or above within the last year, or passing at the necessary level on the mathematics placement test within the last year (see Math Department webpage at mth.pdx.edu for information).

MTH 211ELEMENTARY MATH IA constructivist approach to fundamental ideas of mathematics for prospective K8 teachers. Topics include numeration, operations, number theory, and problem solving. This is the first course in a sequence of three: Mth 211, Mth 212, and Mth 213. Prerequisite: Completion of Mth 95 with a grade of C or above within the last year, or passing at the necessary level on the mathematics placement test within the last year (see Math Department webpage at mth.pdx.edu for information).

MTH 251CALCULUS IDifferential and integral calculus of functions of a single variable, analytic geometry, infinite series, and applications. This is the first course in a sequence of three: Mth 251, Mth 252 and Mth 253 which must be taken in sequence. Prerequisites: Completion of Mth 112 with a grade of C or above within the last year, or passing at the necessary level on the mathematics placement test within the last year (see Math Department webpage at mth.pdx.edu for information).

MTH 252CALCULUS IIDifferential and integral calculus of functions of a single variable, analytic geometry, infinite series, and applications. This is the second course in a sequence of three: Mth 251, Mth 252 and Mth 253 which must be taken in sequence. Prerequisite: Mth 251.

MTH 253CALCULUS IIIDifferential and integral calculus of functions of a single variable, analytic geometry, infinite series, and applications. This is the third course in a sequence of three: Mth 251, Mth 252 and Mth 253 which must be taken in sequence. Prerequisite: Mth 252.

MTH 254CALCULUS IVAn introduction to differential and integral calculus of functions of several variables and applications. Prerequisites: Mth 253 or (Mth 252 and Mth 261).

MTH 256APPLIED DIFF EQUAT ISolution techniques in ordinary differential equations; applications. Prerequisites: Mth 252, Mth 261.

MTH 261INTRO TO LINEAR ALGEBRASystems of linear equations, linear transformations, matrix algebra, vector spaces, and determinants. Prerequisites: Mth 251.

MTH 299SPECIAL STUDIES(Credit to be arranged.)

MTH 311INTRO TO MATH ANALYSIS IA rigorous treatment of the concepts of analysis. Properties of the real numbers. Sequences. Functions of a real variable: limits, continuity, and differentiability. Integration on the real line. Series of real numbers. Series of functions. Uniform convergence. Power series. This is the first course in a sequence of two: Mth 311, Mth 312; courses must be taken in sequence. Prerequisite: Mth 253.

MTH 312INTRO TO MATH ANALYSIS IIA rigorous treatment of the concepts of analysis. Properties of the real numbers. Sequences. Functions of a real variable: limits, continuity, and differentiability. Integration on the real line. Series of real numbers. Series of functions. Uniform convergence. Power series. This is the second course in a sequence of two: Mth 311, Mth 312; courses must be taken in sequence. Prerequisite: Mth 253.

MTH 344INTRO GROUP THYAPPLGroups, homomorphisms, factor groups. Selected applications from geometry, combinatorics, computer science, chemistry. Prerequisites: Mth 252, Mth 261.

MTH 346NUMBER THEORYA presentation of the properties of numbers as found in the theory of divisibility, congruence, diophantine equations, continued fractions, and algebraic numbers. Prerequisites: Mth 252, Mth 261.

MTH 410SELECTED TOPICS(Credit to be arranged.) Consent of instructor.

MTH 487TOP DISCRETE MTH FOR MTH TEACHSelected topics from: permutations and combinations,partitions, generating functions, inclusion and exclusion principles, recurrence relations, Polya's theory of counting, elementary theory of graphs and trees, block designs. Applications directed to teaching of Discrete Mathematics at the high school level. With departmental approval may be repeated for credit. Enrollment is limited to preservice and inservice mathematics teachers or by permission of instructor. Prerequisites: at least two upperdivision courses approved for math major credit.

MTH 488TOP: COMPUTING FOR MTH TCHRSHandson experience in the study of the role of computer software and calculators in the teaching and learning of mathematics. With departmental approval may be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: at least two upperdivision courses approved for major credit.

MTH 497MATH IN MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSRMA survey of mathematics taught in the middle school grades, with focus on both content and pedagogical recommendations of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Not approved for major credit. Available for graduate credit toward the graduate certificate program in mathematics for middle school teachers. Prerequisites: Mth 112, Mth 212, Mth 213.

MTH 510SELECTED TOPICS(Credit to be arranged.) Consent of instructor.

MTH 585TOP ANALYSIS/MTH TCHRSSelected topics in analysis for mathematics teachers. With departmental approval may be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: at least two upperdivision courses approved for major credit.

MTH 588TOP: COMPUTING FOR MTH TCHRSHandson experience in the study of the role of computer software and calculators in the teaching and learning of mathematics. With departmental approval may be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: at least two upperdivision courses approved for major credit.

MTH 810SELECTED TOPICS(Credit to be arranged.)