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Description of courses taught by the Department of Mathematics at the
College of Staten Island.
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1 Non-credit math courses

These three courses are designed to cover material from the
traditional high-school curriculum. Initial placement into these courses is
determined by a placement exam. This exam also determines CUNY math
proficiency. A student can be CUNY math proficient, but still place
into one of these courses.
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2 General education offerings

The College of Staten Island has general education requirements that
have, among many others, a math component. The following courses are
designed to satisfy this requirement for non-science majors. They are
not intended as courses to prepare for the next level of study in
mathematics. Most other 100-level math courses also satisfy this
requirement.
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3 Service courses

These courses are taught by the math class, but intended as a service
for students intending to major in other disciplines.
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4 Pre-major math track

These courses are considered pre-major math course for math majors. They
also are essential for non-math majors pursuing a degree in the
sciences or perhaps business.
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5 Required 300+ level math courses for math majors

The math major requires 5 non-elective, 300-level math courses.
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6 Elective math courses

The math major also requires four 300-400 level courses to be chosen
from the following list.
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6.1 300-level courses

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6.2 400-level courses

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7 500-level courses

New courses are given a 500-level designation until they have been
regularized. The 500 designation does not indicate that the course is
intended solely for math majors or is harder than a 400-level course.
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8 Graduate courses

The Department of Mathematics offers a few graduate-credit courses.
Primarily these are designed as content courses for students pursuing a
Masters degree in Education, although not exclusively.

See`http://csicuny.smartcatalogiq.com/Current/Graduate-Catalog/Graduate-Courses/MTH-Mathematics` for an online listing.
Status: Not yet complete.

Last updated: Jan 5, 2023

- MTH 020 Elementary Algebra [Catalog] [Syllabus] [Learning Materials] [Role/Learning Goals] Course covering core material from a traditional high-school math education. Successful students may then take either a liberal arts math or for those pursuing more math-oriented careers, the non-credit MTH 030.
- MTH 030 Intermediate Algebra [Catalog] [Syllabus] [Learning Materials] [Role/Learning Goals] Additional algebra topics to prepare student for math requirements beyond general education math.
- MTH 035 [Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals]

- MTH 102
*Mathematics for Liberal Arts Students*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 103
*Mathematical Ideas*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 109
*Mathematics and the Environment*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] This course is a liberal arts course with a focus on environmental issues. - MTH 111
*Introduction to Probability and Statistics with Integrated Algebra Review*[Catalog] [Syllabus] - MTH 113
*Introduction to Probability and Statistics*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] This statistics course is taken for general education purposes by many students, including intended majors in nursing.

- MTH 108
*Medical Dosage Calculations*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] This course in only intended for nursing students. - MTH 121
*Finite Mathematics*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 221
*Applied Finite Mathematics and Business Calculus*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] Together, MTH 121 and MTH 221 are math courses intended to prepare Business students for their studies. - MTH 217
*Fundamentals of Mathematics I*[Catalog] [Syllabus and Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 218
*Fundamentals of Mathematics II*[Catalog] [Syllabus and Role/Learning Goals] Together, MTH 217 and MTH 218 instruct potential SLS teachers in methods to teach mathematics.

No longer offered MTH 223*Technical Calculus*[Catalog] [Syllabus]

- MTH 123
*College Algebra and Trigonometry*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 130
*Pre-Calculus Mathematics*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 214
*Applied Statistics Using Computers*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] This course has many roles in the curriculum. For Biology students, it is an alternative to BIO 272. For Math majors it may be used as an alternate to CSC 126. - MTH 230
*Calculus I with Pre-Calculus*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] A one-semester alternate to MTH 130 and 231 for students who receive an A or B in MTH 123. - MTH 231
*Analytic Geometry and Calculus I*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] [Videos] - MTH 229
*Calculus Computer Laboratory*[Catalog] [Syllabus] M-files [Role/Learning Goals] A computer lab accompanying MTH 230 or MTH 231. This is a stand-alone course and required for all students to graduate who need to earn credit in calculus, even transfer students. - MTH 232
*Analytic Geometry and Calculus II*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] [Videos] - MTH 233
*Analytic Geometry and Calculus III*[Catalog] Syllabus [Role/Learning Goals]

No longer offered MTH 235*Accelerated Calculus I*[Catalog] [Syllabus]

- CSC 126
- CSC/MTH 228

- MTH 311
*Probability Theory and An Introduction to Mathematical Statistics*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] -
*MTH 330 Applied Mathematical Analysis I*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 334
*Differential Equations*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] The Math major is required to take either MTH 330 or MTH 334. MTH 330 is a six-credit course, as it also has a linear algebra component. - MTH 338
*Linear Algebra*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 339
*Applied Algebra*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 341
*Advanced Calculus I*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals]

- MTH 301
*Introduction to Mathematical Proofs*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 306
*History of Mathematical Thought*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 329
*Geometry*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 331
*Applied Mathematical Analysis II*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 335
*Numerical Analysis*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 337
*Applied Combinatorics Graph Theory*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 342
*Advanced Calculus II*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 347
*Number Theory*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 349
*Cryptology*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 350
*Mathematical Logic*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 370
*Operations Research*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals]

- MTH 410
*Mathematical Statistics I*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 411
*Mathematical Statistics I*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 415
*Mathematical Biology*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 416
*Mathematics of Finance*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 431
*Complex Analysis*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 435
*Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 437
*Introduction to Mathematical Modeling*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 440
*Foundations of Mathematics*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 441
*Topology*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 442
*Abstract Algebra*[Catalog] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals] - MTH 445
*Intro to Differential Geometry*[Catalog] [Description] [Syllabus] [Role/Learning Goals]

- MTH 517 Partial Differential Equations

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Last updated: Jan 5, 2023

Department of Mathematics

College of Staten Island

City University of New York

1S-215, 2800 Victory Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10314

(718) 982-3600

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