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MATH 0401 is the first half of Advanced Mathematics. The goals for MATH 0401/0402 are to provide students with sufficient mathematical knowledge to satisfy grade 11 prerequisites for vocational, career and technical programs. Topics include:a review of basic concepts, linear equations, inequalities, systems, and polynomials. 

Credits:
2.0

MATH 0402 is the second half of Advanced Mathematics. The goals for MATH 0401/0402 are to provide students sufficient mathematical knowledge to satisfy grade 11 prerequisites for vocational, career and technical programs and to prepare students to enter Provincial Mathematics. Topics include rationals, radicals, quadratics and trigonometry.

Credits:
2.0

The goal of Advanced Business/Technical Mathematics is to provide the student with practical applications useful in future vocational training, careers, or personal life. The student will complete three core topics (Operations with Real Numbers, First Degree Equations and Inequalities, and Equations and their Graphs) and must then complete four...

Credits:
4.0

This course is intended for students who require a Provincial Level (Grade 12) standing in Mathematics. Topics include linear, polynomial, and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, triangles and applications, systems of equations in three variables, conic sections, and sequences and series.

This course is intended for students who require a Provincial Level (Grade 12) standing in Mathematics. Topics include linear, polynomial, and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, triangles and applications, systems of equations in three variables, conic sections, and sequences and series.

Math 053 is an introductory calculus course. It is intended to provide students with a fundamental understanding of the concepts and basic ideas of differential and integral calculus with applications to real-life examples. The course is designed to ease the transition from Math 0501/0502 to 1st-year University Transfer Calculus. Topics include...

This course will provide students with an understanding of arithmetic operations to meet the level of skills and knowledge needed to enter cook training. The course stresses the problem solving skills and applications required in the food service industry. Topics include a review of basic math fundamentals, measurement, portion control,...

Introduction to the fascinating theory and powerful techniques of calculus, tailored to the needs of students intending to major in science or engineering. The topics treated include limits, derivatives, techniques of differentiation, related rates, curve sketching, optimization, root finding, differentials, and trigonometric, logarithmic and...

Credits:
3.0

Introduces the notion of integration, and applies the process to solve problems such as those of calculating the areas of regions with curved boundaries and the volumes of solids enclosed by curved surfaces, averaging quantities which vary in time, and determining completely specific expressions for functions when only relations among their...

Credits:
3.0

Mathematics 103 is a one semester differential calculus course with special emphasis on function properties, function sketching and applications. Topics in this course include: limits, first and second derivatives, implicit derivatives, L’Hopital’s rule and differentials. The emphasis in the discussion of these topics is on function properties...

Credits:
3.0

Includes all the algebra topics necessary for calculus including function algebra, graphing, polynomials and rational functions, logarithmic and exponential functions. (4.5,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

This course is subsequent to MATH 111. Together with MATH 111 this course will provide the student with all the skills necessary to enrol in MATH 101. Topics include trigonometry, sequences and series, and analytic geometry. (4.5,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

This is a one-semester course designed to prepare students to take Calculus I. The content of the course includes topics from a typical Math 12 course which are the most relevant to Calculus. (4.5,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

This course will address mathematics applied in day to day life. Use math to make decisions on investments, borrowing, and gambling. Learn to detect false claims and make detections between mathematics and the arts. Much of the content will focus on math that is used in our daily lives. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

Introduction to statistical methods. Persons completing the course will develop an understanding of the methods of statistics and facility with basic statistical techniques. Topics presented include descriptive statistics, probability and probability distributions, hypothesis testing, regression and correlation, analysis of variance and non-...

Credits:
3.0

Includes linear programming, matrix algebra, mathematics of finance, basic probability and statistics. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

Introduction to mathematical techniques relevant to those students intending to major in commerce, economics and the social sciences. Topics presented include derivatives and rates of growth, techniques of differentiation, differentials, optimization, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions, anti-derivatives. Not eligible for...

Credits:
3.0

Integral calculus and its application, including differential equations and application to business and economics. Introduction to multi-variable calculus. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

The course will provide the student with skills necessary to solve common, practical business problems that employ the mathematics of finance. Topics covered include simple interest, instalment plan financing, amortization, general annuities, and bonds. Emphasis is on practical problem-solving in business rather than theoretical derivations. ...

This course will help the prospective elementary teacher understand the mathematical principles of elementary level mathematics. Topics covered will include: sets, functions and logic, whole number, fractional number, and rational number systems, geometry, and probability and statistics. Students should note this is neither a skills nor a...

Credits:
4.0

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