Course Catalog

Golden Gate University offers degree and certificate programs at three teaching centers and online.

NUMBER COURSE TITLE
MATH 240
Data Analysis for Managers

Effective Spring 2017 Examines the importance data analysis plays in managerial decision making. Students will use Excel throughout the course to analyze data in real-world applications. Course topics include descriptive and inferential statistics, hypothesis testing and regression analysis. Emphasis is on demonstrating practical application of statistics in business situations. Prerequisite: MATH 20 or Math 30.

Units: 3 , Offered: Summer 2019 , Spring 2019 , Fall 2018

MATH 396
Selected Topics in Mathematics

Addresses significant, topical and practical problems, issues and theories in mathematics. Topics are compiled and selected by the department coordinator. This course may be taken more than once, provided the same topic is not repeated. Prerequisite: consent of the department. Other prerequisites will vary based on topic.

Units: 1 - 3

MATH 399
Directed Study

Provides an opportunity for the advanced student to study in a focused area under the direction of a faculty member. Only one directed study course may be taken for credit toward a masters degree. Prerequisite: consent of the department coordinator. Prerequisites will vary based on topic.

Units: 1 - 3

MATH 10
Introductory Algebra

Introduces the concepts of elementary algebra. Topics include fundamental operations, the real number system, linear equations and inequalities, linear systems, polynomials, quadratic equations and graphs. Intended for students with little algebraic background. See math placement test information in the academic catalog for more information.

Units: 3 , Offered: Summer 2019 , Spring 2019 , Fall 2018

MATH 20
Intermediate Algebra

Continues MATH 10. Examines the concepts of equations (linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational and algebraic) and inequalities (linear and quadratic), linear and nonlinear systems, functions and graphs. Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 10 (or its equivalent) or satisfactory results on the Math Placement Exam. See math placement test information in the academic catalog for more information.

Units: 3 , Offered: Summer 2019 , Spring 2019 , Fall 2018

MATH 30
College Algebra

Introduces the concepts and techniques of advanced algebra including algebra of functions, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, and linear and nonlinear systems. Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MATH 20 (or its equivalent) or satisfactory results on the Mathematics Placement Exam. See math placement test information in the academic catalog for more information.

Units: 3 , Offered: Summer 2019 , Spring 2019 , Fall 2018

MATH 40
Statistics

Introduces the concepts and techniques of elementary statistics. Topics include collection and analysis of data, probability distributions (normal, binomial and Poisson), confidence intervals and hypothesis testing, linear regression and correlation and computer applications. Prerequisite: MATH 20, MATH 30 or MATH 100 (or equivalent).

Units: 3 , Offered: Summer 2019 , Spring 2019 , Fall 2018

MATH 104
Applied Regression Analysis

Applies multiple regression and correlation analysis to forecasting (in particular, managerial interpretation of the regression equation) using a case-study approach. Other topics include: time-series analysis and regression of time-series data. Prerequisite: MATH 40.

Units: 3 , Offered: Summer 2019 , Spring 2019 , Fall 2018

MATH 106
Quantitative Analysis for Management

Examines the applications of quantitative analysis to the formulation and solution of managerial problems. Students will study decision theory, linear programming, inventory theory, network diagramming, queuing analysis, simulation, and computer applications. Prerequisite: MATH 30 and MATH 40.

Units: 3

MATH 110
Discrete Mathematics

Introduces various topics in discrete mathematics. Topics include codes and coding, cryptology, mathematical induction, recursion, algorithms, set theory, relations and functions, combinatorics, graphs, and Boolean Algebra and trees. Prerequisite: MATH 30.

Units: 3

MATH 198
Special Topics in Mathematics

Addresses significant, topical and practical problems, issues and theories in mathematics. Topics will be selected by the department coordinator. This course may be taken more than once, provided the same topic is not repeated. Prerequisite: Consent of the department coordinator. Prerequisites will vary based on topic.

Units: 1 - 3

MATH 199
Directed Study in Mathematics

Provides individual study of selected topics under supervision of a faculty member. Students are limited to one directed study course per trimester. Prerequisite: Consent of the department.

Units: 1 - 3