MATH 131 -- Calculus I

This course is a typical first calculus class designed for mathematics, natural science, and computer science majors. The course introduces important functions and graphs, the concept of limits and continuity, derivatives and their applications, and anti-derivatives with a brief introduction to the fundamental theorem of calculus. The figure to the left demonstrates Newton's Method for approximating roots of functions.

MATH 107 -- Elements of Statistics

This course is a light introduction to statistical methods primarily for students in the social and natural sciences. The course typically covers the general measures of central tendency and dispersion, graphical displays of categorical and quantitative data, basic probability, random variables, sampling distributions, and inference for one and two population means. The figure to the left demonstrates the law of large numbers by keeping track of the proportion of heads that are flipped over a trial of 100 coin flips.