1 Course Syllabus: Math W College Algebra Spring 2015 ONLINE Instructor: Adam Bowden Office Location: Binnion 304 Office Hours: 1:00 2:00 PM Monday through Friday Office Phone: Office Fax: University Address: Faculty Web Page: sites.google.com/site/abowdentamuc Office Hours: I may be reached by and ecollege. I check them daily. The best address for me is You can come see me in person during my office hours in Bin 304 or it is possible to set up video chat with me during my office hours listed above. COURSE INFORMATION Material Required: Students must purchase a copy of MyMathLab/MyLab & Mastering student access code from either of the campus bookstores or directly from Pearson at Please get a Binder to keep and organize all notes and course materials. A Texas Instruments (TI-83 or TI-83 Plus) graphing calculator for this course is highly recommended. All exams must be completed in pencil. Textbook (Optional): College Algebra (6th Edition) by Robert F. Blitzer, ISBN # , is the textbook for the course. The MyMathLab access code includes access to an e-book, so the book is optional but the MyMathLab access code is required. (You will have to purchase a new MyMathLab access code if you have an account with MyMathLab for your intermediate algebra class the recent previous semesters. You do NOT need to purchase a new MyMathLab access code if you are retaking this course using MyMathLab for the same book with the same edition. Please come see me for directions to do so). Portions of Chapters 1-8 in the textbook will be discussed. Please use the MyMathLab 14 day free trial to start working on homework if you cannot purchase it right away. The MyMathLab student access code must be purchased by the end of 2nd week of class to prevent a loss in points. Course Description: This course covers an in-depth study and applications of quadratics, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations. Additional topics such as arithmetic and geometric progressions; sequences and series; and matrices and determinants are included.
2 Student Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: 1) Demonstrate knowledge of properties of functions, which include domain and range, operations, compositions, and inverses. 2) Identify, interpret, and solve problems of various types of functions and their graphs, including but not limited to linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. 3) Apply graphing techniques for various functions. 4) Identify and develop basic sequences and series. 5) Solve systems of equations with various methods including elimination, substitution, Cramer s rule and matrices Core Objectives: 1) Students will be able to analyze, evaluate, or solve problems when given a set of circumstances or data. This common core objective will be assessed in the departmental final exam for all sections of Math ) In written, oral, and/or visual communication, A&M-Commerce students will communicate in a manner appropriate to audience and occasion, with an evident message and organizational structure. This common core objective will be assessed using common class activities/projects with class discussion over functions, sequences, logarithmic or exponential functions for all sections of Math ) Students will be able understand and utilize mathematical functions and empirical principles and processes. This common core objective will be assessed using common class activities/projects with discussion over functions, homework, exam and departmental final exam for all sections of Math COURSE REQUIREMENTS PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPHS CAREFULLY AND DECIDE IF THIS IS THE RIGHT FORMAT OF CLASS FOR YOU. YOU WILL HAVE TO BE SELF-MOTIVATED TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN AN ONLINE CLASS. THERE WILL BE A LOT OF SELF LEARNING. ALL EXAMS MUST BE TAKEN ON CAMPUS OR AT AN APPROVED TESTING CENTER. IF THAT IS A PROBLEM FOR YOU, YOU MAY NEED TO SWITCH TO A FACE-TO-FACE CLASS NOW. Continual Enrollment: It is important that you understand that this is an online math course. You will utilize online videos, online homework, tutoring on campus, and appointments with instructors. Please keep in mind that you will be responsible for your own learning. You will have a specific schedule with important due dates, and failure to meet these due dates can result in an F for the course. In addition, this course is a University Studies math requirement, and as such the university requires students to remain continually enrolled in a math course until they have successfully completed their collegelevel math requirement. Attendance: To be counted as attended classes for each week, you will need to be actively using MyMathLab for instructional videos and working assignments online every week. You will communicate with your instructor through chat and ecollege throughout the semester. Please response to instructor s s in a timely manner. *** All students should be aware that they are NOT allowed to drop this math course, and that they must be continually enrolled in a math course until they have successfully completed their college-level math course (University Policy).***
3 Homework: The homework is a must for success in this class. You are required to complete your homework using MyMathLab/MyLab software. It is extremely important for you to work all homework in order to be prepared for the exams. If you are not keeping up with the work in the course, it will most likely be obvious in your homework and test grades. All late assignments will be subject to a 10% penalty. If a student experiences any technical difficulties with MyMathLab, be sure to use the online help and technical support from the software company. If a student continues to have trouble accessing or navigating the software, please contact instructor through or come by his/her office during office hours for some individual help. Tutoring: Students can choose to attend tutoring in the Math Skills Center, TRIO, Supplemental Instruction tutoring sessions, and other on campus tutoring sessions that are approval by the Mathematics Department. The Math Skills Center, located in Binnion 328, is open Monday and Wednesday from 8am 8pm, Tuesday and Thursday from 8am 6pm, and Friday from 8am 12pm. Free tutoring is available for students who need help with their math courses. In addition, the Academic Success Center also offers supplemental instruction/tutoring for students and their hours can be found at the university web site. The Mach III/TRIO Program is available for students who qualify for additional resources, such as private tutoring. In order to qualify, students must meet certain conditions, such as being a first-generation college student. For more information, contact TRIO at or in the Halladay Student Services building, Room 300. Quizzes: Quizzes will be given online periodically. All late assignments will be subject to a 10% penalty. Class Activities/Projects: Application problems with class discussion over functions, sequences, logarithmic or exponential functions related to course materials will be assigned during the semester. These will be on paper, and you will need to be able to upload a scan/picture of your work. All late assignments will be subject to a 10% penalty. Exams: There will be two (2) regular exams this semester and a comprehensive final exam (so, 3 total exams). The two exams and the final exam will be HAND-WRITTEN and must be taken on campus at the Academic Testing Center (SS 308) in Commerce, TX or at the nearest approved testing center, if you live far away. You will have 2 hours for each exam. The only electronic device allowed during tests is a stand-alone calculator (such as a TI-34, TI-83, TI-84, etc.), and only with the instructor s permission. All exams must be completed in pencil; failure to complete your exam in pencil will result in a reduction of the earned grade by 5 points. You will be responsible for scheduling a time with the Academic Testing Center (ATC) (SS 308) or with the nearest approved testing center. The ATC may be reached through the address: during their hours, Monday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Wednesday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday 9a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m, When it is time for each exam, I will tell you the week in which you must take the exam. You pick the day and time, the testing center to set up your time, and then show up to take the test on paper at the testing center with your photo id card. Please make sure you note testing center closing times and be sure you have 2 hours for the exam. No make-up exams will be given without prior notice of a university excused absence*. We realize that at times throughout the semester, emergency situations may arise that affect a student s performance on an exam or even prevent a student from attending on an exam day. We can replace the lowest exam grade with the student s grade on the final exam, provided the final exam score is higher.
4 This provision will only be applied to ONE exam, so students should make every effort to be present and well-prepared for all exams. A Practice exam and answer key will be available prior to each exam. Be sure to take advantage of this valuable resource!! These test dates are tentative and are subject to change: Test 1 Week 5 (Starting Feb. 16) Test 2 Week 12 (Starting Apr. 13) * University Authorized Excuses: 1) Participation in a required/authorized university activity; 2) Verified illness; 3) Death in a student's immediate family; 4) Obligation of a student at legal proceedings in fulfilling responsibility as a citizen; and others determined by individual faculty to be excusable (e.g., elective University activities, etc.) Final Exam: The final exam will be a departmental, comprehensive exam. All students will take the exam at the same time on Monday, May 11, between 3:30 and 5:30 p.m. Please note that this is an unusual time and make your arrangements to be present. This is the only exam that will NOT be in the Academic Testing Center. The room number will be announced closer to final time. Approved testing centers maybe used for final exam upon approval of the Mathematics Department. Make-up final exams will not be allowed. * NO MAKE-UP FINAL EXAM WILL BE ALLOWED!!! * GRADING Grading Policy: Attendance/Homework/Quizzes and Projects 15 % Exams 55 % Final Exam 30 % Total 100% Grade: A = , B = 80-89, C = 70-79, D = 60-69, F = 59 or below TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS Technology Requirements: Students need to check their regularly with the address that they have provided to the instructor for class announcements. Access to MyMathLab, a computer, and the internet will be needed for this online class and online homework assignments. To be successful of this class, accessing ecollege and MyMathLab and work on homework for at least 3-5 hours a week will be necessary to complete course materials. The graphing calculator of TI 83/TI 84 or equivalent will be highly recommended. Calculators other than Texas Instruments calculators may be used but classroom instruction on calculators will be given for TI equipment only. Note: Calculators that solve problems for students, including but not limited to TI-Nspire, TI 89 or higher, Casio Prizm, Casio Touch or higher are NOT allowed to be used for this class. Students are also required to clear the memory of graphing calculators before and after each exam. Calculator Loan Program: The Mathematics Department has set up a calculator loan program to support students. Students can borrow a calculator for a semester with a fee ($10 to $15 for TI-83/84). It is first come, first served basis.
5 COMMUNICATION AND SUPPORT Interaction with Instructor Statement: It is important that students are actively engaged in class activities. Questions are welcome in the classroom. Students are welcome to schedule with instructors for extra help outside classroom during office hours. Getting Help Outside of Office Hours: Utilizing the multimedia library and online help from the MyMathLab computer software program is suggested as a valuable resource for many students to improve their grades in Math classes. Also, the free tutoring on campus and from online is also highly recommended. Student Health Services are located at Henderson Hall (Corner of Lee St. and Monroe St.). It offers health care to the student body of Texas A&M University Commerce. It provides primary health care services including treatment of illness, injury, and women s health. Tel: (903) University Police Department is located at Henderson Hall. For Emergency, please call: 911 For Non-Emergency, please call: Course Specific Procedures COURSE AND UNIVERSITY PROCEDURES/POLICIES Academic Integrity: While majority of students are honest in doing their school work. However, due to recent cheating events, action must be taken to protect the academic integrity of classrooms. There is a NO TOLERANCE policy for cheating and if a student is caught cheating, he/she will either get a zero for the test or fail this course. Cheating in this course is defined as the following: Giving or receiving answers during an exam or quiz. Viewing the exam or quiz answers of nearby classmates. Having notes/practice work available during quizzes or tests. Possession or access to test items before the test is given. Deception in getting an excused absence to obtain the undeserved opportunity to make-up work. Use of cell phones or text messaging technology during exams or quizzes. Students may NOT use the calculator on their cell phones or any other similar electronic devices (such as I-Pods, I-Touch, etc.). IF ONE OF THESE DEVICES IS AVAILABLE, IN ANY WAY, DURING AN EXAM OR QUIZ, THE STUDENT WILL BE GIVEN AN AUTOMATIC 0 ON THE ASSIGNMENT. Improper citations in written works, or using another person s ideas and words as your own without giving proper credit. Any method, no matter how well rationalized or accepted, which improves a person s grade by any means other than study and skillful performances on exams and/or other assignments. Students found guilty of an act of academic dishonesty in this course will be subject to receiving an F in this course. Classroom Behavior: Appropriate classroom behavior is required to attend this class. All cell phones and electronic devices must be put on silent or turned off during class. NOTE: THIS INCLUDES BLUETOOTH AND OTHER DEVICES THAT ARE PLACED IN THE EAR. Phones and electronics are distractions for instructor and the other students in the class. All people will be treated with respect and talking that disrupt the class is not allowed. If disruptions occur during class time, a student will be asked to leave class and will earn a zero on any applicable grades for that class period. Serial disrupters will be asked to withdraw from this class.
6 Early Intervention for First Year Students: Early intervention for freshmen is designed to communicate the University s interest in their success and a willingness to participate fully to help students accomplish their academic objectives. Grades for students in freshmen level classes will be reported to the Registrar's Office at the end of the fifth week of class during the fall and spring semesters. The Registrar's Office will report grades to students, Advising Services, Academic Departments (faculty advisors) and mentors. This procedure will allow students to be knowledgeable about their academic progress early in the semester. The university, through Advising Services, faculty advisors and mentors, will take steps to assist students who may be experiencing difficulty to focus on improvement and course completion. Grade reports will be mailed by the end of the sixth week of the semester. University Specific Procedures ADA Statement, Students with Disabilities: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal antidiscrimination statute that provides comprehensive civil rights protection for persons with disabilities. Among other things, this legislation requires that all students with disabilities be guaranteed a learning environment that provides for reasonable accommodation of their disabilities. If you have a disability requiring an accommodation, please contact: Office of Student Disability Resources and Services, Texas A&M University-Commerce, Gee Library- Room 132, Phone (903) or (903) , Fax (903) , Anti-Discrimination: This statement presents the University s commitment to a safe, accepting environment for all students regardless of sexual orientation, gender identification, or gender expression: A&M-Commerce will comply in the classroom, and in online courses, with all federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination and related retaliation on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, genetic information or veteran status. Further, an environment free from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression will be maintained. Student Conduct: *** All students enrolled at the University shall follow the tenets of common decency and acceptable behavior conducive to a positive learning environment. (Student s Guide Handbook, Policies and Procedures, Conduct). Rude and/or disruptive behavior will not be tolerated. No electronic devices (except calculators) are allowed during class time. Cell phones, smart watches, and other electronic devices are to be put away during class time and exams. *** The use of vapor/e-cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, snuff and chewing tobacco are prohibited inside classrooms and university buildings. COURSE OUTLINE 1314 Online Tentative Schedule (Spring 2015) For Students Week 1: Syllabus, Intro of MyMathLab, Review and 2.1 Week 2: 2.2, 2.3, and 2.4 Part 1 Week 3: 2.4 Part 2, 2.5, and 2.6 Week 4: 2.7, Ch. 8 Sequences, and Ch. 2 Quiz Week 5: Ch. 8 Quiz, Review Exam 1, and Exam 1 Week 6: Review solving quadratic equations and 3.1 Week 7: 3.2 and 3.3
7 Week 8: 3.4 and 3.5 ***(March 16-20) *** Spring Break Holiday (University Closed) *** Week 9: 3.6, Chapter 3 Quiz, and Activities for Chapter 3 Week 10: 4.1, 4.2, and 4.3 Part 1 Week 11: 4.3 Part 2, 4.4, and 4.5 Week 12: Ch. 4 Quiz, Class Activity, Review for Exam 2, and Exam 2 Week 13: 5.1, 5.2, and Chapter 5 Quiz Week 14: 6.1, 6.2, 6.5, and Ch. 6 Quiz Week 15: Review for Final Exam Week 16 (May 11 Monday) FINAL EXAM, 3:30pm 5:30pm NOTE SPECIAL TIME!! *** By Remaining Enrolled In This Course, All Students Agree To Abide By The Policies Of This Class, As Stated In The Syllabus ***
MATH 1111 College Algebra Fall Semester 2014 Course Syllabus Instructor: Mr. Geoff Clement Office: Russell Hall, Room 205 Office Hours: M-R 8-9 and 12:30-2, and other times by appointment Other Tutoring:
Texas A&M University Commerce College of Business Department of Accounting, Syllabus Spring 2015 Principles of Accounting II 222-02W CRN 22142 Life rarely presents multiple choice or short answer questions.
IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE REGION 03 SYLLABUS MATH 136: COLLEGE ALGEBRA SUMMER 2013 Instructor: Jack Caster Telephone: 260-482-9171 ext. 2518 Classroom Number: CC1784 E-mail Address: email@example.com
COLLEGE ALGEBRA COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES DEPARTMENT OF MATH AND COMPUTER SCIENCE 50707 MATH 1111-C SUMMER SESSION II 2013 3 CREDIT HOURS INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION PROF. SHAUN V. AULT Office: NH 1125 Office
MAT 103B College Algebra Part I Winter 2016 Course Outline and Syllabus Instructor: Meeting Venue: Email: Caren LeVine Monday/Wednesday 6pm 7:50pm, E106 firstname.lastname@example.org Office Hours (Outside The
MAC 1140 Reference # 640688 MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM Fall 2011 Rm. 3321 Instructor: Mr. Douglas Scheib Email: email@example.com Web Address: http://www.math.miami.edu/~dscheib/teaching/fall11/mac1140.htm Office
ORGL 3322 Ethics, Behavior & Leadership I COURSE SYLLABUS Instructor: Mike Akin Office Location: Online Office Hours: Online or By Appointment University Email Address: Mike.Akin@tamuc.edu COURSE INFORMATION
RANGER COLLEGE Math 1314 College Algebra - ONLINE ONLINE Instructor: Kimberly Calton Office Location: Early Campus Office Hours: Otherwise by appointment only Cell Phone: 512-914-8883 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
CENTRAL COLLEGE Department of Mathematics COURSE SYLLABUS MATH 1314: College Algebra Fall 2010 / Tues-Thurs 7:30-9:00 pm / Gay Hall Rm 151 / CRN: 47664 INSTRUCTOR: CONFERENCE TIMES: CONTACT INFORMATION:
CJ 101.001 Introduction to Criminal Justice COURSE SYLLABUS: Spring 2013 Professor: Vincent Hunter Office Location: Ferguson SS 219 Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday pm-2:00 pm by appointment Office Phone:
Lansing Community College TEC Pre-Calculus Official Course Syllabus Effective Fall 2013 I. Course Code Title: Room 1st Hour: HTEC 064 005 TEC Pre-Calculus A MB 203 II. Office Hours* (sign up at least 24
Instructor: Staff Varies by term Office Location: Online Office Hours: Online or By Appointment ORGL 126 Computer Information Systems COURSE SYLLABUS Course Description In this course, students examine
MATH 1710 College Algebra Course Syllabus Spring 2014 Course Information Course Description: Learning Outcomes: Prerequisites: Course Topics: This course emphasizes analysis of functions and graphs, complex
Online College Algebra Madison Area Technical College Fall 2013 Syllabus Course Information Catalog Number: 20-804-212 Class Number: 33518 Dates: 8/26/2013-10/18/2013 Credits: 3 Website: http://blackboard.madisoncollege.edu
Instructor Vincent E. Pricci Lackawanna College MAT 10 OA: College Algebra Spring I: January 6 March 0, 015 Online Course 3 Credits E-mail email@example.com Office Hours Online through
JOHN A. LOGAN COLLEGE K. Giritharan SM 15 MAT 108-H2 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 4 cr. (4-0) (hybrid) COURSE DESCRIPTION: College Algebra gives in-depth study of graphs of equations, functions, transformations, and
18966.201610 COLLIN COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS Course Number: MATH 0305.XS1 Course Title: Beginning Algebra Course Description: With an emphasis on developing critical thinking skills, a study of algebraic
Math 35 Section 43376 Spring 2014 Class meetings: 6 Saturdays 9:00AM-11:30AM (on the following dates: 2/22, 3/8, 3/29, 5/3, 5/24, 6/7) Instructor: Kathy Nabours Office: MTSC 133 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Johnson County Community College Course Syllabus Mathematics Division Math 115: Elementary Algebra Section 450 (Self-Paced) Fall 2015 (CRN 80682) Instructor Information Primary Instructor: Mary Deas Campus
Math 2413-1201-Calculus I-Lone Star College Math 1413-Calculus I - University of Houston Curriculum COURSE SYLLABUS Fall 2014 Lone Star College-North Harris Instructor: My Le Email: email@example.com
CASPER COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS COURSE NUMBER & TITLE: MATH 1400-N1 Pre-Calculus Algebra SEMESTER: Fall 2015 LECTURE HOURS: 0 CREDIT HOURS: 4 CLASS TIME: Internet Course DAYS: MTWTHF ROOM: ----- INSTRUCTOR
HISTORY 540.01W Seminar: Twentieth Century European Revolutions COURSE SYLLABUS: Spring 2015 Instructor: Dr. Sharon Kowalsky Office Location: Ferguson Social Sciences 105 Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday,
Department of Accounting Syllabus Fall 2015 ACCT 595-81E CRN: # 82569 Course: Instructor: Accounting Research and Communication Suzanne Perry, MBA Class: W 6:15 PM 8:55 PM UCD campus Office Hours: Office
North Arkansas College Student Course Syllabus Spring 2015 : INSTRUCTOR: OFFICE: OFFICE HOURS: College Algebra / MAT 1223 / 3 credit hours Sherry Jennings G200B M/W 8:30-9 am and 11 am 12 pm(g200b) F 9
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY Oklahoma City Department of Mathematics Instructor: Ricky Streight email: firstname.lastname@example.org I. COURSE: Math 2123 TECHNICAL CALCULUS I (3 credit hours) Spring 2015 II.
Political Science 2302: Section 03W United States & Texas Government: Institutions & Policies Spring Semester 2014 Instructor: Mr. Tim Houston Office Location: SS 152 Virtual Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday
Florida State College at Jacksonville MAC 1105: College Algebra Summer Term 2011 Reference: 346846 MW 12:00 PM 1:45 PM, South Campus Rm: G-314 General Information: Instructor: Ronald H. Moore Office Hours:
MATH 101-07: College Algebra Fall 2013 Course Meeting Location: Wickersham 101 Class Meetings: 5:00-5:50 MTR (CRN 4821) Course Instructor of Record: Dr. Cynthia Taylor Ph (Office): (717) 871-2417 E-mail:
HARRISBURG AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE VIRTUAL CAMPUS COURSE: Math 119 Online ---- Pre-calculus Spring 2015 CRN: 34269 INSTRUCTOR: Ricki Alexander Office: York Leader 108B Phone: 717-801-3303 Email: email@example.com
University of Maine Department of Mathematics & Statistics MAT122, Precalculus, Section 0990 Online, Fall 2015 Instructor: Todd Zoroya Contact Info: FirstClass or firstname.lastname@example.org Chapters/Sections
Math 161A-01: College Algebra and Trigonometry I Meeting Days: MW 9:31am 11:30am Room : D9 INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION: Name: Steve S. Lam, Associate Professor Contact No: 735-5600 Office Hrs.: MW 8:30am 9:30am
Estate Planning for Families Human Development and Family Studies 484 Spring 2015 GILMAN 1810 Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 2:10-3:00pm Prerequisite: HDFS 283 3 credits Instructor: Prof. Amelia Karraker
SOUTHWEST COLLEGE Department of Mathematics COURSE SYLLABUS MATH 0312: Intermediate Algebra INSTRUCTOR: E-MAIL: Location: Mohammad Abbasi email@example.com H. C. C. West Loop Campus MATH 0312: Intermediate
MATH M152 College Algebra for the Liberal Arts Hank Hernandez (lecturer in Math and interim director of the Math Assistance Center [MAC]) has been working to develop a new math course entitled, College
SOUTHWEST COLLEGE Department of Mathematics COURSE SYLLABUS MATH 1314: College Algebra INSTRUCTOR: E-MAIL: Fatemeh Salehibakhsh firstname.lastname@example.org Office Hours M - W 2:30 3:00 PM Friday 11:00 AM 2:00
Communication Instructor: Bon Crowder Email: email@example.com Twitter: @mathfour (http://twitter.com/mathfour) Text or voice: 713-557-8048 Backchannel and outside of class discussions will be via Tweetchat
MIS 426: Management Information Systems COURSE SYLLABUS: Spring 2015 01 E Instructor: Dr. Bo Han Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org To protect your academic privacy, please always send me emails from your
JOHN A. LOGAN COLLEGE K. Giritharan SM 09 MAT 108 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 cr. (3-0) (On-line) COURSE DESCRIPTION: MAT 108 is a general education mathematics course; however, it cannot be taken as the only mathematics
College Algebra Math 1050 Fall 2012 12:30-1:20 M-R BLT123 CONTACT INFORMATION Instructor: Dr. Shane Brewer Office Phone: (435)678-8185 E-mail: email@example.com Office: BLT 110, San Juan Campus Office
PSY 322 Syllabus p. 1 PSY 322.002: Understanding Human Development Spring 2013 Instructor: Dr. Lacy Krueger Email Address: Lacy.Krueger@tamuc.edu Office Hours: Tuesday 2-4 pm, Thursday 11-12 and 2-4 pm,
Fall 2015 Math 50 Trigonometry Peralta Class Code 44347 Berkeley City College Class Time & Location: Thursdays 1:30 2:45pm, Rm 55 BCC and Online at http://www.mymathlab.com CourseID: pernell04861 Instructor:
PLEASE READ THIS SYLLABUS CAREFULLY. IT IS THE POLICIES BY WHICH YOU MUST ABIDE FOR THIS CLASS. Instructor Information MAT 151 College Algebra and MAT 182 Trigonometry Course Syllabus Spring 2014 Instructor
College Algebra Syllabus MAT 101 Math Zone Hours Monday - Thursday 9am - 8pm Friday 9am - 5pm Sunday 12:30pm - 4:30pm firstname.lastname@example.org What will I learn in this class? The catalog description of the course
Math 121-?? College Algebra Syllabus Spring 2015 Instructor:??????????? Office:???????? Office Hours:??????? Email:???????? SOFTWARE (REQUIRED) Software (including an ebook) for this course will be provided.
1 Napa Valley College Fall 2015 Math 106-67528: College Algebra (Prerequisite: Math 94/Intermediate Alg.) Room 1204 Instructor: Yolanda Woods Office: Bldg. 1000 Rm. 1031R Phone: 707-256-7757 M-Th 9:30-10:35
FALL SEMESTER 2015 MGT 592 01W: CURRENT ISSUES IN HRM CLASSROOM: Web-Based Course MEETING TIME: See Course Schedule for Assignment Due Dates NOTE ABOUT TIMES: All times and deadlines for this course are
501 West College Drive Brainerd, MN 5640 Headings Red = CLC syllabus Blue = High School Info. Black = additional info. Pierz Healy High School 112 Kamnic Street Pierz, MN 56364 Course #1506/ Course Syllabus
College Algebra MATH 1111 Spring 2011 Instructor: Gordon Shumard Class: CRN Days Time Course Num/Sec Location 12293 T R 8:00AM-9:15AM MATH 1111/09 Burruss Building- 109 12294 T R 9:30AM- 10:45AM MATH 1111/11
East Los Angeles College MATH 105 Arithmetic Section 1806 C2 127A MT ThF 10:35AM 12:00noon MyMathLab CourseID: faradineh12885 Instructor: Office Hours: Rahim Faradineh, Phone: 323-260-8129, email: email@example.com
Central COLLEGE Department of Mathematics COURSE SYLLABUS MATH 0308: Fundamentals of Math II Fall 2010 / Tues-Thurs 10:00-12:00noon / Gay Hall 151 /CRN: 46368 Lab: Gay Hall 119 Thurs 11:00-12:00noon INSTRUCTOR:
Columbia College Online Campus P a g e 1 MATH 150 (Hybrid) College Algebra Late Fall Session 15/12 October 26 December 19, 2015 Course Description Fundamental algebraic concepts are examined in the context