Mathematics |

MiCi Math | 88888 |

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**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 0 |

Geometry Honors - Semester 1 | 13930 |

This course includes all of the topics for Geometry at an advanced level with an emphasis on mathematical reasoning and problem solving. ***B or better in Algebra 1 Honors (8th grade) required. No Retake. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Grade of B or better in Algebra 1 Honors (8th grade) required. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9 |

Geometry Honors - Semester 2 | 23930 |

This course includes all of the topics for Geometry at an advanced level with an emphasis on mathematical reasoning and problem solving. ***B or better in Algebra 1 Honors (8th grade) required. No Retake. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Grade of B or better in Algebra 1 Honors (8th grade) required. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9 |

Algebra 1 - Semester 1 | 13043 |

Content includes multiple representations of linear, absolute value, quadratic, rational, polynomial, power and exponential functions. Students will do calculations with real and complex numbers and solve various equations and inequalities. No retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-10 |

Algebra 1 - Semester 2 | 23043 |

Content includes multiple representations of linear, absolute value, quadratic, rational, polynomial, power and exponential functions. Students will do calculations with real and complex numbers and solve various equations and inequalities. No retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-10 |

Geometry - Semester 1 | 13063 |

This course establishes definitions and familiarizes students with the language of geometry. Postulates and theorems are introduced and students learn to write formal proofs. Included in the course are triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, areas of plane figures, areas and volumes of solid figures, and coordinate geometry. No retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-11 |

Geometry - Semester 2 | 23063 |

This course establishes definitions and familiarizes students with the language of geometry. Postulates and theorems are introduced and students learn to write formal proofs. Included in the course are triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, areas of plane figures, areas and volumes of solid figures, and coordinate geometry. No retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-11 |

Algebra 1A - Semester 1 | 19313 |

This is a math class for students who have been certified by an IEPT. This class is taught over two years (Algebra 1A and Algebra 1B). This class will count as a math credit and requires a Personal Curriculum. The class is designed to teach fundamental Algebra skills including operations with rational and irrational numbers, integers, equalities and inequalities, and graphing. |

**COURSE NOTE:** IEPC required |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Algebra 1A - Semester 2 | 29313 |

This is a math class for students who have been certified by an IEPT. This class is taught over two years (Algebra 1A and Algebra 1B). This class will count as a math credit and requires a Personal Curriculum. The class is designed to teach fundamental Algebra skills including operations with rational and irrational numbers, integers, equalities and inequalities, and graphing. |

**COURSE NOTE:** IEPC required |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Algebra 1B - Semester 1 | 19413 |

This is a math class for students who have been certified by an IEPT. This class is taught over two years (Algebra 1A and Algebra 1B). This class will count as a math credit and requires a Personal Curriculum. The class is designed to teach fundamental Algebra skills including operations with rational and irrational numbers, integers, equalities and inequalities, and graphing. |

**COURSE NOTE:** IEPC required |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Algebra 1B - Semester 2 | 09413 |

This is a math class for students who have been certified by an IEPT. This class is taught over two years (Algebra 1A and Algebra 1B). This class will count as a math credit and requires a Personal Curriculum. The class is designed to teach fundamental Algebra skills including operations with rational and irrational numbers, integers, equalities and inequalities, and graphing. |

**COURSE NOTE:** IEPC required |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Algebra 2 - Semester 1 | 13093 |

Content includes the real number system, equations and inequalities, graphing, quadratic equations, functions, systems of equations, matrices, arithmetic and geometric sequences and series, operations with polynomials, powers, roots, irrational and complex numbers, radicals, exponentials and logarithms, rational expressions, and conics. No Retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Algebra 2 - Semester 2 | 23093 |

Content includes the real number system, equations and inequalities, graphing, quadratic equations, functions, systems of equations, matrices, arithmetic and geometric sequences and series, operations with polynomials, powers, roots, irrational and complex numbers, radicals, exponentials and logarithms, rational expressions, and conics. No Retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Algebra 2 Honors - Semester 1 | 13183 |

This course includes all of the topics for Algebra 2 at an advanced level with an emphasis on problem solving. ***B or better in 8th Grade Geometry required. No Retake. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Grade of B or better in 8th grade Geometry required. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Algebra 2 Honors - Semester 2 | 23183 |

This course includes all of the topics for Algebra 2 at an advanced level with an emphasis on problem solving. No Retake. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Grade of B or better in 8th grade Geometry required. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

CAD/Engineering Drawing 1 | 07032 |

This course satisfies ½ credit of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only. This is an introductory drafting course in mechanical drawing for all grades. Primary emphasis is placed on mastering multi-view drawings using orthographic techniques of projection. Pictorial drawings will also be covered with isometric and oblique techniques. Descriptive geometry will be studied. Students will be applying their drafting skills both on the computer using Auto-Desk products and the drafting board. No Retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Calculus 3 | 03212 |

Content includes polar coordinates, three-dimensional analytic geometry, vector, vector valued functions, motions in space, functions of several variables, partial differentiation, multiple integrals, integration in vector fields. No Retake. |

**COURSE NOTE:** May be concurrently enrolled in Statistics AP. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Calculus AB - AP - Semester 1 | 13173 |

Calculus AB - AP is an advanced placement course designed for the student with a very strong aptitude for mathematics. An advanced placement test is made available to the student if college credit is desired. The course includes both differential and integral calculus with special emphasis on applications and manipulative skills. No Retake. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Grade of B or better in Precalculus or Precalculus Honors is required. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Calculus AB - AP - Semester 2 | 23173 |

Calculus AB - AP is an advanced placement course designed for the student with a very strong aptitude for mathematics. An advanced placement test is made available to the student if college credit is desired. The course includes both differential and integral calculus with special emphasis on applications and manipulative skills. No Retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Calculus BC - AP - Semester 1 | 13203 |

Calculus BC - AP is a full-year course that includes both differential and integral calculus. It includes all topics covered in Calculus AB - AP plus additional topics including sequence and series, polar and parametric functions. It is expected that students take the AP Calculus test and attempt to place out of two semesters of college calculus. ***Prerequisite required and teacher recommendation, and students should have a working knowledge of the graphing calculator to include graphing with arbitrary windows and finding zeroes of a function. (Students cannot receive credit in both Calculus AB and BC.) No Retake. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Grade of B or better in Precalculus Honors and teacher recommendation required. Students cannot receive credit in both Calculus AB and BC. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Calculus BC - AP - Semester 2 | 23203 |

Calculus BC - AP is a full-year course that includes both differential and integral calculus. It includes all topics covered in Calculus AB - AP plus additional topics including sequence and series, polar and parametric functions. It is expected that students take the AP Calculus test and attempt to place out of two semesters of college calculus. No Retake. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Grade of B or better in Precalculus Honors and teacher recommendation required. Students cannot receive credit in both Calculus AB and BC. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Computer Explorations (Troy High) | 03112 |

This course explores the use of computers in everyday applications such as word processing, database, spreadsheet, PowerPoint and desktop publishing. Students will integrate these applications to prepare presentations, resumes, reports, and to solve problems. Students who have difficulty with mathematics may elect this course. Keyboarding is beneficial but not required. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Computer Science - AP | 03162 |

This course satisfies ½ credit of the math graduation requirement. This is a one semester course that is the second level of the college-prep series. The student will explore advanced techniques leading to the College Board Advanced Placement Test in Computer Science. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Computer Science 1 | 03142 |

This course satisfies ½ credit of the math graduation requirement. No prior programming experience is necessary. Computer Science 1 is a one semester course that is an introduction to computer programming using a structured language for the college bound student. Computer Science 1 is the standard course for students who wish to study programming techniques. The student may elect to continue the sequence with Computer Science - AP. ***The student should have at least one credit in any algebra course. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Fundamentals of Math - Semester 1 | 19233 |

This is a basic math class for students who have been certified by an IEPT. This class will count for a math credit and required a Personal Curriculum. The class is designed to teach fundamental math skills including estimating, rounding, and place value. The adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing of whole numbers, decimals, and fractions will also be included. |

**COURSE NOTE:** IEPC required |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Fundamentals of Math - Semester 2 | 29233 |

This is a basic math class for students who have been certified by an IEPT. This class will count for a math credit and required a Personal Curriculum. The class is designed to teach fundamental math skills including estimating, rounding, and place value. The adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing of whole numbers, decimals, and fractions will also be included. |

**COURSE NOTE:** IEPC required |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Integrated Math 1- semester 2-IEPC required | 3003 |

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**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Integrated Math 1-semester 1/-IEPC required | 3003. |

No description available |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Integrated Math 2-semester 1/-IEPC required | 3103. |

No description available |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Integrated Math 2-semester 2/-IEPC required | 3103 |

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**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Life Skills Math | 3333 |

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**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Math Skills 1a | 09312 |

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**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Math Skills 1b | 09322 |

No description available |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

PreAlgebra - Semester 1 | 19223 |

This is a math class for students who have been certified by an IEPT. This class will count as a math credit and requires a Personal Curriculum. The course is designed to teach Pre-Algebra skills including integers, rational and irrational numbers, and solving basic equations. |

**COURSE NOTE:** IEPC required |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

PreAlgebra - Semester 2 | 29223 |

This is a math class for students who have been certified by an IEPT. This class will count as a math credit and requires a Personal Curriculum. The course is designed to teach Pre-Algebra skills including integers, rational and irrational numbers, and solving basic equations. |

**COURSE NOTE:** IEPC required |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Precalculus - Semester 1 | 13233 |

Content includes coordinate geometry of points, lines, and conic sections, inequalities and their graphs, exponents and logarithms, graphs of functions and solving equations and inequalities. This course also includes vectors and determinants, matrices, recursion, sequences and series, limits, and an introduction to calculus. No retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Precalculus - Semester 2 | 23233 |

Content includes coordinate geometry of points, lines, and conic sections, inequalities and their graphs, exponents and logarithms, graphs of functions and solving equations and inequalities. This course also includes vectors and determinants, matrices, recursion, sequences and series, limits, and an introduction to calculus. No retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Precalculus Honors - Semester 1 | 13253 |

This course includes all the topics for Precalculus at an advanced level with an emphasis on problem solving. No Retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

Precalculus Honors - Semester 2 | 23253 |

This course includes all the topics for Precalculus at an advanced level with an emphasis on problem solving. No Retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

CAD/Engineering Drawing 3 | 07052 |

This course is a continuation of Engineering Drawing 1 and 2. New areas of drafting theory including intersection and developments, advanced dimensioning techniques relating to industry standards, working drawings, such as detailed assemblies and sheet metal manufacturing processes will be studied. This class will also explore the study of two and four stroke engines. This course will use Auto-CAD and Inventor software programs. No Retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

CAD/Engineering Drawing 4 | 07062 |

In Engineering Drawing 4, the student will be reacquainted with skills learned in Engineering Drawing 1, 2, and 3. Major emphasis will be placed on geometric dimensioning and tolerance. Students will design and build a bridge for the purpose of understanding structures. Students will also compete in the following Engineering Drawing contests with presentation drawings: Automotive Society of Body Engineers and Michigan Industrial Technology Society. No Retake. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

Fundamentals of Algebra 2 Part A - Semester 1 | 13263 |

Content includes the real number system, equations and inequalities, operations with polynomials, rational expressions, irrational and complex numbers, quadratic equations, functions, and logarithms. Successful completion of Fundamentals of Algebra 2 Part A and Part B will give the student state credit for Algebra 2. ***Teacher recommendation required and prerequisite. No Retake. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Teacher recommendation required. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

Fundamentals of Algebra 2 Part A - Semester 2 | 23263 |

Content includes the real number system, equations and inequalities, operations with polynomials, rational expressions, irrational and complex numbers, quadratic equations, functions, and logarithms. No Retake. Successful completion of Fundamentals of Algebra 2 Part A and Part B will give the student state credit for Algebra 2. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Teacher recommendation required. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

College Algebra (Troy High) | 03023 |

This is a year-long course made up of solving different types of equations and inequalities that include polynomial, quadratic, exponential, loarithmic and rational in more dept. Moreover, the second semester looks at sequences and series, matrix operations and applications, conics, trigonometric applications, as well as an introduction to statistics. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Prerequisites: Algebra 2 with teacher approval |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 11-12 |

Computer Science Principles AP | 03373 |

No description available |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 11-12 |

Fundamentals of Algebra 2 Part B - Semester 1 | 13273 |

Content includes statistics and data analysis, probability, combinatorics, sequences and series. The course also includes a study of trigonometry including functions, circle and triangle trigonometry, and trigonometric applications. Successful completion of Fundamentals of Algebra 2 Part A and Part B will give the student state credit for Algebra 2. ***Teacher recommendation required and prerequisite. No Retake. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Teacher recommendation required. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 11-12 |

Fundamentals of Algebra 2 Part B - Semester 2 | 23273 |

Content includes statistics and data analysis, probability, combinatorics, sequences and series. The course also includes a study of trigonometry including functions, circle and triangle trigonometry, and trigonometric applications. Successful completion of Fundamentals of Algebra 2 Part A and Part B will give the student state credit for Algebra 2. No Retake. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Teacher recommendation required. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 11-12 |

Linear Algebra | 03222 |

Topics include systems of linear equations, matrices, determinants, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, finite-dimensional vector spaces, linear transformations and their matrices, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, inner product spaces. No Retake. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Grade of B or better in Calculus 3 required. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 11-12 |

Operations Research | 13123 |

In this course, students learn how to use mathematics based decision-making tools from the field of Operations Research. Students are faced with a series of real-world problems as they build on the skills they learned in Algebra 2. Problem contexts in the deterministic section of the course include linear programming, the critical path method, facility location problems, transportation problems, and multi-criteria decision making. In the probabilistic curriculum, topics include probability distributions and decision trees. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 11-12 |

Operations Research | 23123 |

In this course, students learn how to use mathematics based decision-making tools from the field of Operations Research. Students are faced with a series of real-world problems as they build on the skills they learned in Algebra 2. Problem contexts in the deterministic section of the course include linear programming, the critical path method, facility location problems, transportation problems, and multi-criteria decision making. In the probabilistic curriculum, topics include probability distributions and decision trees. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 11-12 |

Statistics - AP - Semester 1 | 13213 |

Statistics - AP is a one-year advanced placement course for students who wish to complete the equivalent of a one-semester, non-calculus-based college course in statistics. Students will be exposed to four broad conceptual themes: exploring data, planning a study, anticipating patterns using probability and simulations, and statistical inference, as they prepare for the advanced placement exam. Computers and graphing calculators will be used as statistical tools. Students are encouraged to take the AP exam. No Retake. *** |

**COURSE NOTE:** Grade of B or better in Algebra 2 and currently or previously enrolled in Trig/Discrete or Trig/Precalculus. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 11-12 |

Statistics - AP - Semester 2 | 23213 |

Statistics - AP is a one-year advanced placement course for students who wish to complete the equivalent of a one-semester, non-calculus-based college course in statistics. Students will be exposed to four broad conceptual themes: exploring data, planning a study, anticipating patterns using probability and simulations, and statistical inference, as they prepare for the advanced placement exam. Computers and graphing calculators will be used as statistical tools. Students are encouraged to take the AP exam. No Retake. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Grade of B or better in Algebra 2 and currently or previously enrolled in Trig/Discrete or Trig/Precalculus. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 11-12 |

Independent Study-iep required | 8881 |

No description available |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 12 |