MAT 182 -- Calculus II

This course is one of a series intended for students who major in mathematics, the sciences, or engineering. The topics include the definition, properties, and applications of definite integrals; properties, derivatives, and integrals of exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, and hyperbolic functions with applications; techniques of integration; indeterminate forms and improper integrals; sequences, series, and convergence tests; differentiation and integration of power series; and polar integrals. This figure shows the function f(x) = x^2 exp(-2x) cos(x) along with several approximating Taylor polynomials. We can see that as the degree of the polynomial approaches infinity, the Taylor series converges to the function.

MAT 140 -- Applied Statistical Methods

This course is an introduction to quantitative methods as applied to statistical reporting and data analysis. It incorporates some or all of the following: Techniques for obtaining, analyzing and presenting data in numerical form; measures of central tendency and dispersion; the normal distribution curve; standard scores; applicability of probability and sampling theory to statistical research; interpretation of confidence intervals; hypothesis testing; correlation; linear regression. The figure to the left gives a simple population distribution and the corresponding sampling distribution of sample means from samples of size 15.