MTH 195
Syllabus
Division: Arts
and Sciences Date:
February 2014
Curricula
in Which Course is Taught:
Science, Business, Liberal Arts, General
Engineering
Course
Number and Title: MTH
195 - Topics in Trigonometry
Credit
Hours: 2 Hours/Wk Lecture: Hours/Wk
Lab: Lec/Lab Comb:
I.
Catalog Description: Presents basic Trigonometry. Prerequisites: a placement
recommendation for MTH 163 and Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry or
equivalent. (Credit will not be awarded for both MTH 163 and MTH 166.) Lecture
4 hours per week.
II.
Relationship of the
course to curricula objectives in which it is taught:
This
course covers mathematical principles essential to the understanding of
scientific method and principles, and lays a foundation for more advanced
mathematical studies.
III.
Required background:
Placement recommendation for MTH 166
or completion of Algebra I, Algebra II,
Geometry or equivalent.
IV.
Course Content:
A. Trigonometry
B. Analytic
Trigonometry
C. Additional
Topics in Trigonometry
V. Learner Outcomes The
student will: |
VI.
Evaluation |
A. Be able to evaluate
Trigonometric functions P. Learn Trigonometric
Identities Q. Learn to graph Trigonometric
functions R. Be able to solve
Trigonometric equations S. Learn Law of Sines and Cosines T. Learn vectors in the Plane
and Dot Products. |
Students
will demonstrate competence through some combination of tests, quizzes,
graded homework, and a comprehensive final exam as determined by the faculty
member. Faculty
are required to
have at least one major form of evaluation for each content area of the
course. |
VII.
This
course supports the following objectives:
DCC Educational
Objectives:
Critical
Thinking
Quantitative
Reasoning