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Mathematics [ALL CLASSES] |

MATH 1A |
Single-Variable Calculus and Analytic Geometry |

Plane analytic geometry, equations of lines and circles, functions, the derivative, curve sketching, applications of the derivative, the integral, vectors in a plane, the derivative and integration of trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential and hyperbolic functions. CAN: MATH 18, MATH B |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 8 or Mathematics 10 with a grade of 'C' or better. |

Transferable: |
CSU; UC |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

6138 | LEC |
SS206 |
LOCKHART L |
4.00 |
4.0 |
TuTh |
0600P-0750P | 1 15 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 1B |
Single-Variable Calculus and Analytic Geometry |

Methods of integration, applications of the integral, conic sections, parametric equations, polar coordinates, indeterminate forms and infinite series. CAN: MATH 20, MATH B |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 1A with a grade of 'C' or better. |

Transferable: |
CSU; UC |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4389 | LEC |
LS102 |
DRESCH M |
4.00 |
4.0 |
MTuThF |
1210P-0100P | 1 15 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 3 |
Differential Equations |

Introduction to ordinary differential equations, first-order differential equations, linear differential equations of higher order, vibration models, power-series solutions, the Laplace transform, and systems of linear differential equations. CAN: MATH 24 |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 1C with a grade of 'C' or better. |

Transferable: |
CSU; UC |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4390 | LEC |
LS103 |
LOCKHART L |
3.00 |
3.0 |
MWF |
1210P-0100P | GIL | Full term |

MATH 5 |
Introduction to Statistics |

Descriptive analysis and presentation of either single-variable data or bivariate data, probability, probability distributions, normal probability distributions, sample variability, statistical inferences involving one and two populations, analysis of variance, linear correlation and regression analysis. Statistical computer software will be extensively integrated as a tool in the description and analysis of data. CAN: STAT 2 |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 233 with a grade of 'C' or better. |

Transferable: |
CSU; UC |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4391 | LEC |
PH103 |
DWYER M |
4.00 |
3.0 |
MWF |
0910A-1000A | GIL | Full term | |

PH101 | DWYER M | Th | ||||||||

4393 | LEC | PH103 | JUKL H | 4.00 | 3.0 | Th | 0110P-0200P | 1 15 | GIL | Full term |

JUKL H | Tu | 0110P-0300P | ||||||||

PH101 | JUKL H | Th | 0210P-0300P | |||||||

6139 | LEC | HOL2 | BATES R | 4.00 | 3.0 | Th | 0530P-0920P | 1 15 57 | HOL | Full term |

MATH 7 |
Finite Mathematics |

Systems of linear equations and matrices, introduction to linear programming, counting techniques and probability, properties of probability and probability distributions, applications of probability and logic. CAN: MATH 12 |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 233 with a grade of 'C' or better. |

Transferable: |
CSU; UC |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4394 | LEC |
LS102 |
LOCKHART L |
3.00 |
3.0 |
MWF |
1010A-1100A | 1 15 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 9 |
College Algebra and Trigonometry |

Math 9 is the first step in preparing students for the study of calculus by providing important skills in algebraic manipulation and interpretation at the college level. Topics will include a review of basic algebraic concepts; lines; polynomial and rational functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; trigonometric functions, identities, inverse functions and equations; applications of trigonometry; systems of equations and matrices; conic sections; sequences, series and combinatorics. Hand-held graphing calculators will be used extensively to highlight their strengths and their limitations as a problem-solving tool. Real world applications will be numerous. |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 233 with a grade of 'C' or better. |

Advisory: |

Transferable: |
CSU; UC |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4395 | LEC |
LS101 |
DACHKOVA E |
5.00 |
5.0 |
DAILY |
0910A-1000A | 1 15 | GIL | Full term |

6140 | LEC | PH103 | WANG C | 5.00 | 5.0 | M W | 0600P-0825P | 1 15 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 10 |
Functional Analysis and Modeling |

Math 10 prepares students for the study of calculus by providing important critical thinking and problem solving skills. The central theme of the course is the analysis of mathematical functions as models of change. Families of functions - linear, exponential, logarithmic, power, periodic, polynomial, rational - will be introduced, compared and contrasted. Course content will include an introduction to functions and functional notation; transformation of functions; composite, inverse and combinations of functions; vectors and polar coordinates; series; parametric equations; complex numbers. Hand-held graphing calculators will be used extensively to highlight their strengths and their limitations as a problem-solving tool. Real world applications will be numerous. |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 9 with a grade of 'C' or better and proficiency with the TI-83 graphing calculator as gained from, for instance, Math 209. |

Transferable: |
CSU; UC |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4396 | LEC |
CH102 |
JUKL H |
3.00 |
3.0 |
MWF |
1210P-0100P | 1 15 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 12 |
Mathematics for Elementary Teachers |

This course is intended for students preparing for a career in elementary school teaching. Emphasis will be on the structure of the real number system, numeration systems, elementary number theory, and problem solving techniques. Technology will be integrated throughout the course. |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 208, or successful completion of a high school geometry course and Mathematics 233 with a grade of 'C' or better. |

Transferable: |
CSU; UC |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

6141 | LEC |
PH102 |
KERCHEVAL S |
3.00 |
3.0 |
W |
0600P-0850P | 1 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 14 |
Math for the Liberal Arts |

Survey of selected topics from contemporary mathematics to introduce the student to mathematical thinking for the non-specialist. Topics include systems of numeration, algebraic modeling, linear programming, trigonometry, math of finance, probability and statistics, and an introduction to calculus. |

Prerequisite: |
Math 233 with a grade of 'C' or better. |

Transferable: |
CSU; UC |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4397 | LEC |
PH101 |
JUKL H |
3.00 |
3.0 |
MWF |
1010A-1100A | GIL | Full term |

MATH 205 |
Elementary Algebra |

Operations with signed numbers, evaluation of expression containing numbers and letters, simplifying algebraic expressions, equations, word problems, exponents, polynomials, factoring and special products, fractions, graphing, systems of equations, radicals, and quadratic equations. Mathematics 205, 205A, 205B and 206 have similar course content. This course may not be taken by students who have completed Mathematics 205B or 206 with a grade of "C" or better. This course may be taken for Mathematics 205B credit (2.5 units) by those students who have successfully completed Mathematics 205A with a grade of "C" or better. |

Advisory: |
Mathematics 402 or assessment test recommendation. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4398 | LEC |
LS101 |
DRESCH M |
5.00 |
5.0 |
DAILY |
0810A-0900A | GIL | Full term | |

4399 | LEC | PH103 | WAGMAN K | 5.00 | 5.0 | DAILY | 1010A-1100A | 1 | GIL | Full term |

4400 | LEC | CH109 | JUKL H | 5.00 | 5.0 | DAILY | 1110A-1200P | 1 | GIL | Full term |

4401 | LEC | PH103 | DWYER M | 5.00 | 5.0 | DAILY | 1210P-0100P | 1 | GIL | Full term |

4402 | LEC | PH103 | WAGMAN K | 5.00 | 5.0 | F | 0110P-0200P | 1 | GIL | Full term |

WAGMAN K | MW | 0110P-0300P | ||||||||

6142 | LEC | SS206 | BUTTERWORTH | 5.00 | 5.0 | M W | 0615P-0830P | 1 | GIL | Full term |

6143 | LEC | MHG18 | KING K | 5.00 | 5.0 | TuTh | 0645P-0910P | 1 65 | OFF | Full term |

MATH 205B |
Second Half of Elementary Algebra |

This course contains the material covered in the second half of the Mathematics 205 course. It will cover factoring, polynomials, solving quadratic equations by factoring, rational expressions and equations, complex fractions, ratio and proportion, radicals and radical equations, solving quadratic equations by completing the square and the quadratic formula. Application problems are integrated throughout the topics. |

Advisory: |
Successful completion of Mathematics 205A. Concurrent enrollment in Guidance 563B is advised. Students who were previously unsuccessful in Mathematics 205 are encouraged to attend. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4404 | LEC |
LS102 |
DRESCH M |
4.00 |
2.5 |
MWThF |
0910A-1000A | GIL | Full term | |

4408 | LEC | SS206 | DACHKOVA E | 4.00 | 2.5 | MWThF | 1110A-1200P | GIL | Full term |

MATH 233 |
Intermediate Algebra |

Review of basic concepts, linear equations and inequalities, graphs and functions, systems of linear equations, polynomials and polynomial functions, factoring, rational expressions and equations, roots, radicals, and complex numbers, solving quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, and problem solving strategies. |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 205 or Mathematics 205A and 205B or Mathematics 206 with a grade of 'C' or better. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4409 | LEC |
CH109 |
LOCKHART L |
5.00 |
5.0 |
DAILY |
0810A-0900A | 1 15 | GIL | Full term |

4410 | LEC | MHG16 | BURCAT S | 5.00 | 5.0 | MTuWTh | 0910A-1015A | 1 15 65 | OFF | Full term |

4411 | LEC | SS206 | DRESCH M | 5.00 | 5.0 | DAILY | 1010A-1100A | 1 15 36 | GIL | Full term |

4412 | LEC | PH103 | WAGMAN K | 5.00 | 5.0 | DAILY | 1110A-1200P | 1 15 | GIL | Full term |

4413 | LEC | OE002 | DAGGETT J | 5.00 | 5.0 | MTuThF | 1210P-0115P | GIL | Full term | |

6144 | LEC | HOL4 | GLASS J | 5.00 | 5.0 | TuTh | 0615P-0835P | 1 57 | HOL | Full term |

6145 | LEC | MHG15 | KERCHEVAL S | 5.00 | 5.0 | TuTh | 0630P-0850P | 1 65 | OFF | Full term |

MATH 400 |
Elements of Arithmetic |

Essential arithmetic operations, whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratio and proportion, percent, applications of arithmetic, and critical thinking. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree and/or other certain certificate requirements. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4414 | L/L |
PH103 |
DWYER M |
4.00 |
3.0 |
MTuThF |
0810A-0900A | 1 | GIL | Full term |

4415 | L/L | SS206 | STAFF | 4.00 | 3.0 | MTuThF | 0910A-1000A | 1 | GIL | Full term |

4416 | L/L | SS206 | DACHKOVA E | 4.00 | 3.0 | MTuThF | 1210P-0100P | 1 | GIL | Full term |

6146 | L/L | PH103 | MARKS C | 4.00 | 3.0 | TuTh | 0600P-0750P | 1 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 402 |
Pre-Algebra |

Integers, fractions, decimals, percentages, exponents, scientific notation, order of operations, variables, expressions, polynomials, equations, critical thinking and applications. |

Advisory: |
Mathematics 400. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4418 | L/L |
LS101 |
DAGGETT J |
4.00 |
3.0 |
MTuThF |
1010A-1100A | 1 | GIL | Full term |

4419 | L/L | LS102 | DRESCH M | 4.00 | 3.0 | MWF | 0110P-0220P | GIL | Full term | |

6147 | L/L | LS102 | VIARENGO A | 4.00 | 3.0 | M W | 0615P-0805P | 1 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 404A |
Self-Paced Basic Math |

This course is a remedial, modular, self-paced course. Application and critical thinking skills are developed in each module. Module A covers operations with whole numbers, equivalent fractions, multiplying and dividing fractions. Module B covers adding and subtracting fractions, and operations with decimals. Module C covers ratio and proportion, percent, and units of measurement. Module D reviews fractions, decimals, percentages, and covers operations with integers, and working with variables. Module E covers real numbers, fractions, exponents, scientific notation, and order of operations. Module F covers expressions, polynomials, and equations. Module G covers geometric figures, perimeter and area, surface area and volume, triangles and parallelograms, and similar figures. This course has the option of a letter grade or credit/no credit. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4420 | L/L |
PH101 |
DACHKOVA E |
1.30 |
1.0 |
DAILY |
0110P-0200P | 1 79 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 404B |
Self-Paced Basic Math |

This course is a remedial, modular, self-paced course. Applications and critical thinking skills are developed in each module. Module A covers operations with whole numbers, equivalent fractions, multiplying and dividing fractions. Module B covers adding and subtracting fractions, and operations with decimals. Module C covers ratio and proportion, percent, and units of measurement. Module D reviews fractions, decimals, percentages, and covers operations with integers, and working with variables. Module E covers real numbers, fractions, exponents, scientific notation, and order of operations. Module F covers expressions, polynomials, and equations. Module G covers geometric figures, perimeter and area, surface area and volume, triangles and parallelograms, and similar figures. This course has the option of a letter grade or credit/no credit. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4421 | L/L |
PH101 |
DACHKOVA E |
1.30 |
1.0 |
DAILY |
0110P-0200P | 1 79 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 404C |
Self-Paced Basic Math |

This is a remedial, modular, self-paced course. Applications and critical thinking skills are developed in each module. Module A covers operations with whole numbers, equivalent fractions, multiplying and dividing fractions. Module B covers adding and subtracting fractions, and operations with decimals. Module C covers ratio and proportion, percent, and units of measurement. Module D reviews fractions, decimals, percentages, and covers operations with integers, and working with variables. Module E covers real numbers, fractions, exponents, scientific notation, and order of operations. Module F covers expressions, polynomials, and equations. Module G covers geometric figures, perimeter and area, surface area and volume, triangles and parallelograms, and similar figures. This course has the option of a letter grade or credit/no credit. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4422 | L/L |
PH101 |
DACHKOVA E |
1.30 |
1.0 |
DAILY |
0110P-0200P | 1 79 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 404D |
Self-Paced Basic Math |

This course is a remedial modular, self-paced course. Applications and critical thinking skills are developed in each module. Module A covers operations with whole numbers, equivalent fractions, multiplying and dividing fractions. Module B covers adding and subtracting fractions, and operations with decimals. Module C covers ratio and proportion, percent and units of measurement. Module D reviews fractions, decimals, percentages, and covers operations with integers, and working with variables. Module E covers real numbers, fractions, exponents, scientific notation, and order of operations. Module F covers expressions, polynomials, and equations. Module G covers geometric figures, perimeter and area, surface area and volume, triangles and parallelograms, and similar figures. This course has the option of a letter grade or credit/no credit. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4423 | L/L |
PH101 |
DACHKOVA E |
1.30 |
1.0 |
DAILY |
0110P-0200P | 1 79 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 404E |
Self-Paced Basic Math |

This course is a remedial, modular, self-paced course. Applications and critical thinking skills are developed in each module. Module A covers operations with whole numbers, equivalent fractions, multiplying and dividing fractions. Module B covers adding and subtracting fractions, and operations with decimals. Module C covers ratio and proportion, percent, and units of measurement. Module D reviews fractions, decimals, percentages, and covers operations with integers, and working with variables. Module E covers real numbers, fractions, exponents, scientific notation, and order of operations. Module F covers expressions, polynomials, and equations. Module G covers geometric figures, perimeter and area, surface area and volume, triangles and parallelograms, and similar figures. This course has the option of a letter grade or credit/no credit. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4424 | L/L |
PH101 |
DACHKOVA E |
1.30 |
1.0 |
DAILY |
0110P-0200P | 1 79 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 404F |
Self-Paced Basic Math |

This course is a remedial, modular, self-paced course. Applications and critical thinking skills are developed in each module. Module A covers operations with whole numbers, equivalent fractions, multiplying and dividing fractions. Module B covers adding and subtracting fractions, and operations with decimals. Module C covers ratio and proportion, percent, and units of measurement. Module D reviews fractions, decimals, percentages, and covers operations with integers, and working with variables. Module E covers real numbers, fractions, exponents, scientific notation, and order of operations. Module F covers expressions, polynomials, and equations. Module G covers geometric figures, perimeter and area, surface area and volume, triangles and parallelograms and similar figures. This course has the option of a letter grade or credit/no credit. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4425 | L/L |
PH101 |
DACHKOVA E |
1.30 |
1.0 |
DAILY |
0110P-0200P | 1 79 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 404G |
Self-Paced Basic Math |

This course is a remedial, modular, self-paced course. Applications and critical thinking skills are developed in each module. Module A covers operations with whole numbers, equivalent fractions, multiplying and dividing fractions. Module B covers adding and subtracting fractions, and operations with decimals. Module C covers ratio and proportion, percent, and units of measurement. Module D reviews fractions, decimals, percentages, and covers operations with integers, and working with variables. Module E covers real numbers, fractions, exponents, scientific notation, and order of operations. Module F covers expressions, polynomials, and equations. Module G covers geometric figures, perimeter and area, surface area and volume, triangles and parallelograms, and similar figures. This course has the option of a letter grade or credit/no credit. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

4426 | L/L |
PH101 |
DACHKOVA E |
1.30 |
1.0 |
DAILY |
0110P-0200P | 1 79 | GIL | Full term |

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