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English & Math Requirements

Placement into the English and Math requirements is accomplished by University standards based on ACT or SAT entrance exams or approved college credit.
 
English Requirements

ENG 105       English Composition I    Introduction to written academic argument and inquiry. Not for major or minor. Cannot be taken on credit-only option.

ENG 106       English Composition II    Advanced approaches to written academic argument, with emphasis on textual analysis and incorporation of secondary sources. Not for major or minor. Cannot be taken on credit-only option. Prerequisite: ENG 105.

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Math Requirements

MAS 110         Quantitative Applications in Business      Review of algebra emphasizing its application to supply and demand functions, market equilibrium, graphical linear programming and Gauss-Jordan Elimination. Differential calculus emphasizing its applications to marginal cost and revenue functions, profit maximization, taxation in competitive markets and elasticity of demand are discussed. The application of integral calculus to total cost and profit of demand, to total cost and profit functions, consumer's and producer's surplus, computation of present value, and constrained optimization using partial differentiation are also included. Prerequisite: MTH107 [precalculus I] or ACT/SAT Math requirement. (This course is required for students admitted to the School of Business for completion of the BBA degree.) 

MTH 111         Calculus I     Limits and continuity, derivatives and applications, the definite integral and applications. Prerequisite: At least C- in MTH 108 or adequate achievement on mathematics placement test together with completion of high school trigonometry and analytic geometry. Not open to students with credit in MTH 110 or 131. (This course is required for students admitted to the School of Business for the completion of the BSBA degree. This course is also acceptable in lieu of MAS110 for the BBA degree. This course is required for all students not admitted to the School of Business but intend on transferring into the School.)
 
MTH 112         Calculus II   Transcendental functions, methods of integration, L'Hospital's Rule and improper integrals, infinite series, polar coordinates, and introduction to differential equations.  Prerequisite: MTH 110 or 111. Not open to students with credit in MTH 132.  (This course is required for students admitted to the School of Business for the completion of the BSBA degree.)

MAS 201         Introduction to Business Statistics    Data analysis and presentation, descriptive statistical measures, probability, sampling, statistical inference, hypothesis testing, correlation, and simple linear regression are discussed. Utilization of microcomputer statistical packages is also included. Prerequisite: MAS 110.  (This course is required for students admitted to the School of Business for completion of the BBA degree.)
   
MAS 202         Intermediate Business Statistics   Goodness of fit tests, analysis of variance, simple linear regression, correlation analysis, multiple regression, time series, forecasting, statistical methods of quality, and Bayesian decision analysis are discussed. Utilization of microcomputer statistical packages is also included. Prerequisite: MAS 201. (This course is required for students admitted to the School of Business for completion of the BBA degree.)

MAS 311         Applied Probability and Statistics   Descriptive statistics, basic probability, distribution theory, point and interval estimation, testing hypotheses, simple linear regression, correlation, and quality control charts are discussed. Examples are drawn from various disciplines. Lecture, 3 hours. Prerequisite or corequisite: MTH 112 or 132. (This course is required for students admitted to the School of Business for the completion of the BSBA degree.)

MAS 312         Statistical Methods and Quality Control   Analysis of variance, multiple regression, and statistical quality control methodology, including reliability are discussed.  Prerequisite: MAS/IEN 311 or equivalent.  (This course is required for students admitted to the School of Business for the completion of the BSBA degree.)

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