Courses: Math

Number Name Description Price
BUS114 Introduction to Finance

This is an introductory course that provides students with a foundational knowledge of financial management. The course covers key language and terminology, time-value of money, financial markets and securities, financial statements, financial analysis, risk and return, valuation of stocks and bonds, capital budgeting and valuation, cost of capital and capital structure, working capital management, dividend policy and international finance. Students are required to apply the various financial tools and understand how they impact financial decision-making.

$109
BUS215 Accounting I

This course provides an introduction to accounting concepts and principles, financial statements, internal control design, and accounting for partnerships.

$109
MAT100 Pre-Algebra

The goal of Pre-Algebra is to develop fluency with rational numbers and proportional relationships. Students will extend their elementary skills and begin to learn algebra concepts that serve as a transition into formal Algebra and Geometry.The major emphases of the Pre-Algebra course are rational numbers, proportionality, measurement, data collection and analysis, probability, and beginning algebra concepts that serve as a transition into formal algebra and geometry.

$109
MAT110 Algebra I

Students in Elementary Algebra will learn algebra as a style of thinking for formalizing patterns, functions, and generalizations. In this course, students will expand previously learned quantitative rational number relationships to include the irrational numbers.

$109
MAT210 Geometry

Students will explore geometry through inductive and deductive processes, technology, constructions, manipulatives, and algebraic connections.The main goal of Geometry is for students to develop the structure of Euclidean geometry logically and apply the resulting theorems, proofs, and formulas to address meaningful problems. Students will use experimentation and inductive reasoning to construct geometric concepts, discover geometric relationships, and formulate conjectures. Students will employ deductive logic to construct formal logical arguments and proofs.

$109
MAT300 Financial Math

In the first quarter of Financial Math, students will examine the various ways that people earn money and how that money is managed, saved, and spent. This quarter addresses the usefulness of both checking and savings accounts and how to manage them, as well as consideration of saving versus investing. Students will explore cash purchases, receipts, and sale prices. Students will apply the appropriate math concepts needed to successfully navigate the implications of every-day financial scenarios, and develop financial decision-making and planning skills.

$109
MAT310 Algebra II

In this course, students will build upon the knowledge previously learned in Algebra I and Geometry, expanding their ability to understand, perform operations and solve problems with real numbers. Students will focus on the importance of linear relations; develop fluency with the language and operations of algebra to analyze and represent relationships; and perform exercises in statistics and statistical methods to solve problems.

$109
MAT410 Pre-Calculus

Pre-calculus fills the minimum mathematics course requirement for students who plan to participate in post-secondary training. It also serves as the prerequisite for Advanced Placement Calculus or Statistics courses. In preparation for this course, students should have mastered linear and quadratic functions, concepts from discrete mathematics involving sequences and series, and data analysis and probability techniques. They should also be able to confidently work with expressions containing rational exponents and radical and rational terms.

$109
MAT420 Calculus

A course in calculus consists of a full academic year of work in calculus and related topics comparable to courses in colleges and universities.

$109
MAT430 Statistics

In this course, students will complete statistical evaluations through advanced math calculations. Statistics coursework will explore a wide variety of data systems and models, and utilize statistical systems to graph, interpret, and draw conclusions from data. Additionally, students will further develop skills in calculating probability, mean, and understanding the distribution of data within a system.

$109