Prof. Passell
Lead instructor / Q&A
Hibbard 512
passeln (at)
Prof. Andersen
Assessment / Q&A
Hibbard 533
OH: MWF 9-10am; MW 3-4pm
andersrn (at)
Prof. Hlas
MathZone, D2L, Q&A
Hibbard 530
OH: MW 3-4pm; T-2-3pm; or by appt.
hlascs (@)

Course Information

Section 001: MTWF 9-9:50 (HHH 318)
Section 002: MTWF 12-12:50 (HHH 318)

This class is designed to review fundamental mathematical concepts in order to prepare students for calculus. The first half focuses on trigonometry: angle measures, triangle measures, radians, analytic trigonometry, and applications. The second half focuses on defining functions by exploring polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions.

*** During Spring 2011 semester, Math 112/113 will employ online strategies, face-to-face time, and multiple resources to allow students a more self-directed experience. This includes:

Finally there are three instructors assigned to the course. Feel free to contact any of them regarding questions you have. ***

This course meets the following Liberal Education Learning Goals: creative and critical thinking, and effective communication.

More course information is available on D2L.

Required Materials

Recommended Materials/Resources