
201015RE 
Remedial Activities for Secondary V Mathematics: Technical and Scientific Option 
4  2  4 
90 

Description for Course: 
The goal of the Secondary 5 Remedial Mathematics course is to review some important concepts of algebra and to ensure competency in proper algebraic manipulations, and in the notation, properties and properties of functions such as the linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions. This course also introduces trigonometric functions and their properties and applications, as well as the concept of vectors, ratios and proportions. 

201016RE 
Remedial Activities for Secondary IV Mathematics: Technical and Scientific Option 
2  3  3 
75 

Description for Course: 
This course prepares the student for subsequent courses in Mathematics by introducing the important concepts of algebra and by ensuring competency in proper algebraic manipulations. 

201103DW 
Calculus I 
3  2  3 
75 

Description for Course: 
The course focuses on limits and continuity; the derivative and techniques of differentiation; applications of the derivative to the social sciences including curve sketching, related rates and optimization problems; and antiderivatives. This course is not a substitute for Mathematics 201NYA05. 

201105DW 
Linear Algebra 
3  2  3 
75 

Description for Course: 
This course focuses on systems of linear equations, matrices and determinants, vectors and applications to lines and planes, and applications of linear algebra to Social Science. This course is not a substitute for Mathematics 201NYC05. 

201203DW 
Calculus II 
3  2  3 
75 

Description for Course: 
The course focuses on definite integral with applications to Social Science, techniques of integration, indeterminate forms, improper integrals, infinite series and convergence. This course is not a substitute for Mathematics 201NYB05. 

201401DW 
Statistics for Social Science 
2  1  3 
45 

Description for Course: 
Students will learn about elementary probability theory, counting problems, random variables, binomial and normal distributions, statistical inferences, tests of hypotheses, and estimation of parameters. 

201900DW 
Financial Calculations 
2  1  3 
45 

Description for Course: 
In this course, students will acquire mathematical skills as they relate to various essential business calculations. In addition, students will be introduced to basic concepts of finance which require computations. 

201912DW 
Introduction to Applied Mathematics 
4  2  4 
90 

Description for Course: 
The purpose of this course is to make the student think, specifically in the area of mathematical problems arising from current procedures in civil engineering; e.g. surveying, estimating, CAD, and design in general. The student will be taught to develop mathematical skills to solve these problems, as well as the preparation needed for the Technical Calculus. 

201920DW 
Applied Mathematics for Computer Science 
3  2  3 
75 

Description for Course: 
This course will help students to acquire the necessary fundamental mathematical knowledge which represents the foundation for several courses in the Computer Science Program including the Linear Algebra course. For that purpose the goals of the course are: to review some important concepts of algebra and to ensure competency in proper algebraic manipulations, to introduce the concept of function, to ensure competency in the notation, properties and operations of functions in general, and of linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions in particular, to introduce the trigonometric functions and to ensure competency in interpreting their properties and applications. 

201922DW 
Introduction to Statistical Methods 
2  1  1 
45 

Description for Course: 
The course covers basic combination and probability analysis and statistical analysis of experimental data including means, standard deviation, confidence interval, graphical representation of data, accuracy and precision, regression analysis, statistical comparison of experimental methods and control charts. 

201923DW 
Applied Mathematics 
2  1  2 
45 

Description for Course: 
To provide students with the necessary mathematical knowledge to aid them in their engineering courses and to prepare them for Calculus. 

201941DW 
Engineering Mathematics I 
2  2  2 
60 

Description for Course: 
This course covers mathematic principles, including algebra, trigonometry, and matrices as they apply to the field of mechanical engineering. 

201942DW 
Engineering Mathematics II 
2  3  2 
75 

Description for Course: 
This course covers differential and integral calculus, in applications related to mechanical engineering. 

201BZF05 
Calculus III 
3  2  3 
75 

Description for Course: 
The course material includes infinite series, calculus of vectorvalued functions, functions of several variables and partial derivatives, and multiple integrals. 

201BZS05 
Probability and Statistics 
3  2  3 
75 

Description for Course: 
Students will learn about counting problems, probability, random variables, mean, variance and standard deviation, binomial, Poisson and normal distributions, chisquare distribution, descriptive statistics, statistical inferences, tests of hypotheses, estimation of parameters, and linear correlation. 

201BZTDW 
Special Topics in Mathematics 
3  2  3 
75 

Description for Course: 
This course introduces students to the concepts, tools, and techniques used in discrete mathematics. The primary goals of the course are to learn how to prove mathematical statements and to learn the mathematical fundamentals which underpin much of computer science. Students will be introduced to logic, set theory, number theory, enumeration, and graph theory, and will be exposed to the ways in which these fields can be used in applied settings (possible examples include cryptography, algorithm design and analysis, and routing problems). 

201MA1DW 
Calculus I: Differential Calculus for Social Sciences 
3  2  3 
75 

Description for Course: 
The Calculus 1 for Social Science course focuses on limits and continuity of functions, the derivative, techniques of differentiation along with their applications to the social sciences. These applications include curve sketching, marginal analysis and optimization problems. Please note that this course cannot be used as a substitute for Mathematics 201NYA05. 

201MA2DW 
Calculus II: Integral Calculus for Social Sciences 
2  2  2 
60 

Description for Course: 
This course mainly focuses on integration and its applications, a few techniques of integration, differential equations, arithmetic and geometric sequences and the connection between continuous probability and definite integrals. It covers some applications of these topics to the Social Sciences including Consumers’ and Producers’ surplus, Lorenz curve and Gini index and probabilities of the events in normal distributions. This course is not a substitute for any of 201203DW or 201NYB05. 

201MA3DW 
Linear Algebra and Vector Geometry for Social Sciences 
2  2  2 
60 

Description for Course: 
This course includes the study of systems of linear equations, matrices and determinants, vectors, lines and planes, as well as applications to current human realities, including Markov Chains, Leontief Models and the Simplex Method. This course is not a substitute for any of 201105DW or 201NYC05. 

201MA4DW 
Probability and Statistics for Social Sciences 
1  2  3 
45 

Description for Course: 
The description for this course is not available at this time.
Please check with the Department Chair. 

201NYA05 
Calculus I 
3  2  3 
75 

Description for Course: 
Limits and continuity, the derivative and differentiation, applications of the derivative to curve sketching, maximum/minimum and related rates problems, antidifferentiation and the indefinite integral are studied in this course. 

201NYB05 
Calculus II 
3  2  3 
75 

Description for Course: 
The definite integral and applications, techniques of integration, indeterminate forms and l'Hôpital's Rule, improper integrals, infinite series and convergence are studied in this course. 

201NYC05 
Linear Algebra 
3  2  3 
75 

Description for Course: 
Systems of linear equations and elementary operations, matrices and determinants, vectors, lines, planes and vector spaces are studied in this course. 

201SN2RE 
Differential Calculus 
3  2  3 
75 

Description for Course: 
This course provides an introduction to the study of Calculus, particularly singlevariable Differential Calculus. Students will be introduced to the concepts of the limit, continuity, and the derivative and will learn how these concepts relate to tangent lines to curves and to rates of change. Students will learn how to compute derivatives using a variety of common rules and techniques. Students will apply the concept of the derivative in applications such as curvesketching, optimization, and the analysis of rates of change. An introduction to antiderivatives and indefinite integrals will prepare students for the transition to the study of Integral Calculus. 

