# 10 Math Courses at East Carolina University

East Carolina University, located in Greenville, NC, is a public research university. The most popular majors are health professions, business and education. The university does, however, offer majors that help student pursue other academic and career interests. For example, actress Sandra Bullock, professional golfer Harold Varner III, writer Emily V. Gordon and politician Beth Wood all attended ECU. Continue reading to learn the 10 math courses ECU offers.

**1. MATH 1064 Applied Mathematics for Business**

Professors Daniel Wimmer, Ryan Kirk, Carl Huber and Susan Howard teach this three credit course. The topics include systems of linear equations, linear programming and introductory statistics. The prerequisite is either MATH 0001, MATH 0045, or a math placement test score of 75.

**2. MATH 1065 College Algebra**

Professors Daniel Wimmer, Kevin Tran, Paul Kornegay, Emily Heninger and April Church Talbert teach this three credit course. This course covers

linear and quadratic equations, systems of linear equations, inequalities, circles, and exponential and logarithmic functions. The prerequisite is a math placement test score of 75, MATH 0001, MATH 0045, or an SAT math score of 400 or ACT math score of 20. You cannot take this course if you have already completed MATH 1083. Most importantly, if you do not attend the first day of class, you will be dropped from the course.

**3. MATH 2122 Calculus for the Life Sciences I**

Professors Fredrick Benson, Heather Ries and Zachary Robinson teach this three credit course. This course covers differentiation of exponential and logarithmic functions, and its application to exponential biological phenomena, related rates, regions of increase and decrease, and extrema. The prerequisite is either MATH 1065 or MATH 1077. Lastly, you cannot receive credit for this course after taking MATH 2171.

**4. MATH 2127 Basic Concepts of Mathematics**

Professor Daphne Hill teaches this three credit course. This course covers number theory, statistics, systems of real numbers, subsystems, and the properties of these systems. The prerequisite is either MATH 0001, MATH 0045, or a math placement score of 75.

**5. MATH 2151 Engineering Calculus I**

Professor Michael Spurr teaches this three credit course. This course covers the application of single variable differentiation on geometry, engineering and physics. The prerequisite for this course is MATH 1083, MATH 1085, or permission from an instructor. Most importantly, you cannot receive credit for this course if you have already taken MATH 2171.

**6. MATH 2171 Calculus I**

Professor Salman Abdulali teaches this four credit course. The topics inlcude limits, continuity, differentiation and integration. The prerequisite is MATH 1083, MATH 1085, or MATH 2122. This course is a requirement for math majors.

**7. MATH 2283 Statistics for Business**

Professors Deborah Ferrell, Peng Xiao and Chalani Chaminendri Prematilake Gunerathne teach this three credit course. The topics for this course include sampling, probability distributions, central tendency, dispersion, hypothesis testing, Chi-square and regression. The prerequisite is either MATH 1050, MATH 1064, MTH 1065, or MATH 1066. Most importantly, you cannot receive credit for both MATH 2228 and MATH 2283.

**8. MATH 3256 Linear Algebra**

Professor Sungwoo Ahn teaches this three credit course. The topics include vector spaces, linear maps, matrices, systems of equations, determinants and eigenvalues. The prerequisite is either MATH 2152 or MATH 2172. This course is required for students majoring in mathematics.

**9. MATH 3307 Mathematical Statistics I**

Professors Christopher A Carolan and Jungmin Choi teach this three credit course. This course covers the application of the axiomatic development of the theory of probability on the construction of mathematical models. The prerequisite is either MATH 2122 or MATH 2171. This course is required for students majoring in mathematics.

**10. MATH 4331 Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations**

Professor Guglielmo Fucci teaches this three credit course. This course covers inear and nonlinear differential equations. The prerequisite is either MATH 2152 or MATH 2173. This course is required for students majoring in mathematics.

In conclusion, ECU offers a diverse selection of math courses. Make sure to pay attention to which courses are right for your major. You will need at least a "C-" in every prerequisite course before moving onto your next math course of a higher level. Come back to this post to help you plan your future math courses.

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