Math (Applied)

Courses

MAP 100: Applied Mathematics (AMT) Approved by FAA.

Credits 2
Must be enrolled in the Aviation Maintenance Technology Program. This course will cover aircraft technical mathematics and is designed for the Aviation Maintenance Technology student. It will cover the fundamental mathematical principles required for successful completion of the Aviation Maintenance Technology program. This course is FAA approved under 14 CFR Part 147.

MAP 101: Applied Mathematics (AUT/WLD)

Credits 5
This class provides review and instruction in whole numbers, decimals, fractions, measurement, ratio, proportion, percent, introduction to algebra, and introduction to geometry. This basic instruction and review is followed by vocational program specific mathematics instruction. Students will study mathematics for welding or automotive repair. The emphasis is on providing practice in related job specific skills.

MAP 103: Applied Mathematics (IST)

Credits 5
This class provides review and instruction in whole numbers, decimals, fractions, ratio, proportions, percents, introduction to algebra, introduction to geometry, introduction to right-angle trigonometry, and number systems in vocational program specific applications. The students will study mathematics for electricity/electronics and maintenance applications for industrial facilities. The emphasis is on providing a solid mathematics base to facilitate assimilation of more complex mathematics as well as providing course work in relevant work-specific problems and situations.

MAP 117: Applied Math for Workforce Programs I

Credits 1 Max Credits 5
This course includes the study of basic arithmetic and algebraic concepts and operations including operations with integers, fractions, decimals and percents, order of operations, measurement, the metric system, algebraic expressions, formulas and simple linear equations. Students will complete exercises and problems providing practice in workforce program-specific applications. Credit cannot be earned in both MAP 117 and MATH 094.

MAP 119: Applied Math for Workforce Programs II

Credits 1 Max Credits 5
This course includes the study of intermediate algebraic operations/concepts and the structure/use of algebra. This includes solving, graphing, and solving applications of linear equations and systems of equations; simplifying, factoring, and solving quadratic functions, introduction to functions and models; and exponential and logarithmic functions. Students will complete exercises and problems providing practice in workforce program-specific applications. Students cannot earn credit for both MAP 119 and Math 098.

MAP 121: Applied Math for Workforce Programs III

Credits 1 Max Credits 5
This course is designed to prepare students for precalculus and finite math. It includes the study of inequalities, applications of systems, rational expressions, functions, radicals, rational exponents, radical equations, complex numbers, quadratic equations and their application. Students will complete exercises and problems providing practice in workforce program-specific applications. Credit cannot be earned in both MAP 121 and MATH 099.