MA 1100 Calculus and Analytic Geometry (3 Cr.):
Basic concepts of analytic geometry and calculus with major emphasis on both differential and integral calculus and their applications. Lecture and discussion three hours and recitation one hour weekly. (Prerequisite: Satisfactory placement testing score or MA 1600)
MA 1600 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (3 Cr.):
Basic concepts of college algebra and trigonometry. Lecture and discussion three hours and recitation one hour each week. General elective.
MA 2610 Introduction to Object-Oriented Design: Java (3 Cr.):
This elective is a basic introduction to object-oriented design using the Java computer language. The primary goal of the course is to provide the minimum background and skills necessary for students to design graphical, animated and interactive features for personal web pages. Students will create colorful and interesting pharmaceutical presentations as well as design web documents for resumes and job applications. (Prerequisite: MA1100 or permission of the instructor)
MA 5100 Biostatistics/Literature Evaluation (4 Cr.):
A study of the basic statistical concepts and the practical application of statistical methods, including but not limited to, estimation, inference, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, contingency tables, regression, correlation, and nonparametric methods. Applications to the pharmaceutical and medical literature will be emphasized, with appropriate published literature assigned, discussed, and critiqued.