General Disciplines

Mathematics  PreAP Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry A  3671  This course is intended to follow PreAP Geometry and is an accelerated study of precalculus and trigonometric topics. These topics include: polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions; analytic trigonometry and geometry, discrete mathematics, and an introduction to limits and derivatives. A Sophomore enrolled in this class would be eligible to take AP Calculus AB as a Junior and AP Calculus BC as a Senior. A Junior enrolled in this class would be eligible to take AP Calculus AB their senior year.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: PreAP  GRADE: 1012  PREREQUISITE: Geometry.  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 3672  PreAP Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry B  PreAP Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry B  3672  This course is intended to follow PreAP Geometry and is an accelerated study of precalculus and trigonometric topics. These topics include: polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions; analytic trigonometry and geometry, discrete mathematics, and an introduction to limits and derivatives. A Sophomore enrolled in this class would be eligible to take AP Calculus AB as a Junior and AP Calculus BC as a Senior. A Junior enrolled in this class would be eligible to take AP Calculus AB their senior year.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: PreAP  GRADE: 1012  PREREQUISITE: Geometry.  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 3671  PreAP Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry A  Advanced Mathematics with Applications A  3731  This course is designed for students who have successfully completed, at a minimum, Algebra 2. Topics will include finite math, logic, probability, statistics, and number theory. Practical applications of mathematics will be highlighted during the course. Strategies for problem solving, reasoning, communicating, and making connections will also be emphasized. Scientific or graphing calculator is required.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Advanced  GRADE: 1012  PREREQUISITE: Algebra 2.  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 3732  Advanced Mathematics with Applications B  Advanced Mathematics with Applications B  3732  This course is designed for students who have successfully completed, at a minimum, Algebra 2. Topics will include finite math, logic, probability, statistics, and number theory. Practical applications of mathematics will be highlighted during the course. Strategies for problem solving, reasoning, communicating, and making connections will also be emphasized. Scientific or graphing calculator is required.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Advanced  GRADE: 1012  PREREQUISITE: Algebra 2.  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 3731  Advanced Mathematics with Applications A  AP Statistics A  3761  This class is of particular value to a student planning to do research projects or continue to develop quantitative skills. Successful completion of this class is equivalent to an introductory course in statistics in most colleges. Students will learn to collect data according to a welldeveloped plan. Exploratory analysis of data will involve distribution probability, graphical and numerical study of patterns and the use of appropriate models. Students will be prepared to take the AP Statistics exam at the end of the class. A graphing calculator is needed.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Advanced Placement  GRADE: 1112  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 3762  AP Statistics B  AP Statistics B  3762  This class is of particular value to a student planning to do research projects or continue to develop quantitative skills. Successful completion of this class is equivalent to an introductory course in statistics in most colleges. Students will learn to collect data according to a welldeveloped plan. Exploratory analysis of data will involve distribution probability, graphical and numerical study of patterns and the use of appropriate models. Students will be prepared to take the AP Statistics exam at the end of the class. A graphing calculator is needed.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Advanced Placement  GRADE: 1112  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 3761  AP Statistics A  AP Calculus AB A  3821  This course is recommended for students planning a career in business, science, mathematics, or engineering. Topics include limits, derivatives and integrals involving algebraic and transcendental functions. Applications in areas such as physics, biology and business will be covered. The student will be prepared to take the Advanced Placement Calculus AB examination. Graphing calculator is required.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Advanced Placement  GRADE: 1012  PREREQUISITE: PreAP PreCalculus or College Algebra and College Trigonometry.  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 3822  AP Calculus AB B  AP Calculus AB B  3822  This course is recommended for students planning a career in business, science, mathematics, or engineering. Topics include limits, derivatives and integrals involving algebraic and transcendental functions. Applications in areas such as physics, biology and business will be covered. The student will be prepared to take the Advanced Placement Calculus AB examination. Graphing calculator is required.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Advanced Placement  GRADE: 1012  PREREQUISITE: PreAP PreCalculus or College Algebra and College Trigonometry.  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 3821  AP Calculus AB A  AP Calculus BC A  3824  This is a collegelevel course. Topics include integration, L’Hôpital’s Rule, Infinite series, conics, functions or several variables, multiple integration, vector analysis and deferential equations. At the completion of this course, students will be prepared for the AP Calculus BC exam.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Advanced Placement  GRADE: 1112  PREREQUISITE: Algebra 2.  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 3825  AP Calculus BC B  AP Calculus BC B  3825  This is a collegelevel course. Topics include integration, L’Hôpital’s Rule, Infinite series, conics, functions or several variables, multiple integration, vector analysis and deferential equations. At the completion of this course, students will be prepared for the AP Calculus BC exam.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Advanced Placement  GRADE: 1112  PREREQUISITE: Algebra 2.  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 3824  AP Calculus BC A  Financial Algebra A  4811  College bound students are encouraged to check with each college they may apply to in order to determine if each college will accept this course as a math credit for college a result of taking the Financial Algebra course students will be able to enter the community as informed and responsible citizens. Students will have a greater understanding of personal finance, and they will be able to connect math concepts learned in the past and present to future real world experiences. Financial Algebra will prepare students for life after high school, whether they continue with postsecondary education or enter the workforce.Students will learn how mathematical literacy skills apply to everyday financial decisions from both a personal and business standpoint. This course is for students that are interested in learning about the financial world to make informed and intelligent financial decisions about their future and will provide a foundation for students interested in pursuing a career in the business or marketing industry. This course is articulated with Clark College (BUS 160).  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Standard  GRADE: 1112  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 4812  Financial Algebra B  Financial Algebra A  4811V  College bound students are encouraged to check with each college they may apply to in order to determine if each college will accept this course as a math credit for college entrance.
As a result of taking the Financial Algebra course students will be able to enter the community as informed and responsible citizens. Students will have a greater understanding of personal finance, and they will be able to connect math concepts learned in the past and present to future real world experiences. Financial Algebra will prepare students for life after high school, whether they continue with postsecondary education or enter the workforce. Students will learn how mathematical literacy skills apply to everyday financial decisions from both a personal and business standpoint. This course is for students that are interested in learning about the financial world to make informed and intelligent financial decisions about their future and will provide a foundation for students interested in pursuing a career in the business or marketing industry. This course is articulated with Clark College (BUS 160).
This course is a 2for1 course that meets two graduation requirements, Math and CTE (although students only earn credit in one area).  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Standard  GRADE: 1112  Financial Algebra B  4812  College bound students are encouraged to check with each college they may apply to in order to determine if each college will accept this course as a math credit for college a result of taking the Financial Algebra course students will be able to enter the community as informed and responsible citizens. Students will have a greater understanding of personal finance, and they will be able to connect math concepts learned in the past and present to future real world experiences. Financial Algebra will prepare students for life after high school, whether they continue with postsecondary education or enter the workforce.Students will learn how mathematical literacy skills apply to everyday financial decisions from both a personal and business standpoint. This course is for students that are interested in learning about the financial world to make informed and intelligent financial decisions about their future and will provide a foundation for students interested in pursuing a career in the business or marketing industry. This course is articulated with Clark College (BUS 160).  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Standard  GRADE: 1112  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 4811  Financial Algebra A  SLC MATH  9922A  No description available  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: SPED  GRADE: 912  SLC MATH  9922B  No description available  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: SPED  GRADE: 912  IAC MATH  99771  No description available  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: SPED  GRADE: 912  IAC MATH  99772  No description available  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: SPED  GRADE: 912  TSK MATH  99821I  No description available  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: SPED  GRADE: 912  TSK MATH  99821J  No description available  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: SPED  GRADE: 912  Algebra A  M3101  This course is a formal study of firstyear algebraic content. Students will develop their understanding of algebraic concepts and skills as they work with equations, inequalities, and functions. Other topics include linear, quadratic, and exponential functions, as well as data collection, analysis, and probability. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Standard  GRADE: 911  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3102  Algebra B  Algebra Academy A  M3101A  This is the Algebra course for students selected to participate in the 9th grade academy. This course is a formal study of firstyear algebraic content. Students will develop their understanding of algebraic concepts and skills as they work with equations, inequalities, and functions. Other topics include linear, quadratic, and exponential functions, as well as data collection, analysis, and probability. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course.  COURSE NOTE: This is the Algebra course for students selected to participate in the 9th grade academy.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Standard  GRADE: 9  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3102A  Algebra Academy B  Algebra B  M3102  This course is a formal study of firstyear algebraic content. Students will develop their understanding of algebraic concepts and skills as they work with equations, inequalities, and functions. Other topics include linear, quadratic, and exponential functions, as well as data collection, analysis, and probability. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Standard  GRADE: 911  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3101  Algebra A  Algebra Academy B  M3102A  This is the Algebra course for students selected to participate in the 9th grade academy. This course is a formal study of firstyear algebraic content. Students will develop their understanding of algebraic concepts and skills as they work with equations, inequalities, and functions. Other topics include linear, quadratic, and exponential functions, as well as data collection, analysis, and probability. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course.  COURSE NOTE: This is the Algebra course for students selected to participate in the 9th grade academy.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Standard  GRADE: 9  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3101A  Algebra Academy A  Geometry A  M3201  This course is a formal study of firstyear geometric content. Students will develop their understanding of geometric concepts and skills as they work with the properties and attributes of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, and circles. Other topics include geometric reasoning and proof, lines, right triangles and trigonometry. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Standard  GRADE: 912  PREREQUISITE: Algebra 1.  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3202  Geometry B  Geometry B  M3202  This course is a formal study of firstyear geometric content. Students will develop their understanding of geometric concepts and skills as they work with the properties and attributes of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, and circles. Other topics include geometric reasoning and proof, lines, right triangles and trigonometry. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Standard  GRADE: 912  PREREQUISITE: Algebra 1.  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3201  Geometry A  PreAP Geometry  M3231  This is the PreAP option for Geometry for students who intend to take AP courses later in their high school career. This course is a formal study of firstyear geometric content. Students will develop their understanding of geometric concepts and skills as they work with the properties and attributes of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, and circles. Other topics include geometric reasoning and proof, lines, right triangles and trigonometry. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: PreAP  GRADE: 912  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3232  PreAP Geometry  PreAP Geometry  M3232  This is the PreAP option of Geometry for students who intend to take AP courses later in their high school career. This course is a formal study of firstyear geometric content. Students will develop their understanding of geometric concepts and skills as they work with the properties and attributes of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, and circles. Other topics include geometric reasoning and proof, lines, right triangles and trigonometry. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: PreAP  GRADE: 912  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3231  PreAP Geometry  Algebra 2 A  M3301  This course is a formal study of secondyear algebraic content. Students will further develop their understanding of algebraic concepts and skills as they work with linear functions and systems. A variety of function families will be explored, including quadratic, polynomial, exponential, rational, radical, and trigonometric functions. Other topics include matrices, probability, and statistics. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Standard  GRADE: 912  PREREQUISITE: Algebra I, Geometry.  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3302  Algebra 2 B  Algebra 2 B  M3302  This course is a formal study of secondyear algebraic content. Students will further develop their understanding of algebraic concepts and skills as they work with linear functions and systems. A variety of function families will be explored, including quadratic, polynomial, exponential, rational, radical, and trigonometric functions. Other topics include matrices, probability, and statistics. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Standard  GRADE: 912  PREREQUISITE: Algebra I, Geometry.  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3301  Algebra 2 A  PreAP Algebra 2  M3331  This is a PreAP Algebra 2 option for students that intend to take AP courses later in their high school career. This course is a formal study of secondyear algebraic content. Students will further develop their understanding of algebraic concepts and skills as they work with linear functions and systems. A variety of function families will be explored, including quadratic, polynomial, exponential, rational, radical, and trigonometric functions. Other topics include matrices, probability, and statistics. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: PreAP  GRADE: 912  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3332  PreAP Algebra 2  PreAP Algebra 2  M3332  This is the PreAP option for Algebra 2 for students who intend to take AP courses later in their high school career. This course is a formal study of secondyear algebraic content. Students will further develop their understanding of algebraic concepts and skills as they work with linear functions and systems. A variety of function families will be explored, including quadratic, polynomial, exponential, rational, radical, and trigonometric functions. Other topics include matrices, probability, and statistics. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: PreAP  GRADE: 912  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3331  PreAP Algebra 2  PreAP Precalculus A  M3431  This course encompasses the study of precalculus and trigonometric topics, including graphing of polynomials, rational algebraic functions, periodic functions, trigonometric functions, and inverse functions. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course. This class is highly recommended for students looking to further their mathematics learning. Precalculus provides a solid foundation for student success in Calculus. Note: An SMT option (course code M3421, M3422) is available for students accepted to the SMT Program of Choice at Skyview.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: PreAP  GRADE: 1012  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3432  PreAP Precalculus B  PreAP Precalculus B  M3432  This course encompasses the study of precalculus and trigonometric topics, including graphing of polynomials, rational algebraic functions, periodic functions, trigonometric functions, and inverse functions. This course expects students to solve problems, reason logically, draw conclusions, communicate understanding, and make connections to the real world using concepts from the course. This class is highly recommended for students looking to further their mathematics learning. Precalculus provides a solid foundation for student success in Calculus. Note: An SMT option (course code M3421, M3422) is available for students accepted to the SMT Program of Choice at Skyview.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: PreAP  GRADE: 1012  COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take M3431  PreAP Precalculus A  RS MATH  RSMTH  No description available  CREDIT: 1  TYPE: Non Available  GRADE: 1112  Mathematics Electives  Foundations of Algebra and Geometry A  3401  This course will provide students with the foundation for high school mathematics. The course content will draw from mathematical concepts and procedures of number sense, measurement, geometry, probability, statistics, and algebra. Mathematics calculations will be done routinely by using mental math, paperandpencil, and technology. Strategies for problem solving, reasoning, communicating, and making connections will be emphasized using the concepts of this course. This course does not count towards math credit graduation requirements.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Standard  GRADE: 9  Foundations of Algebra and Geometry B  3402  This course will provide students with the foundation for high school mathematics. The course content will draw from mathematical concepts and procedures of number sense, measurement, geometry, probability, statistics, and algebra. Mathematics calculations will be done routinely by using mental math, paperandpencil, and technology. Strategies for problem solving, reasoning, communicating, and making connections will be emphasized using the concepts of this course. This course does not count towards math credit graduation requirements.  CREDIT: 0.5  TYPE: Standard  GRADE: 9 
