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1 Massage Therapy Mathematics MT2701Comprehensive Somatic Studies for Massage Therapists 01 Semester Credit Quizzes and mock exam are given to prepare for State Medical Board of Ohio licensure exam. Comprehensive exam given at end of course must be passed to be recommended for State Medical Board of Ohio licensure exam. Comprehensive study to summarize human anatomy and physiology for students of massotherapy. Special emphasis on review of key concepts of human body  its introduction, six levels of organization and eleven systems of the body. Students develop indepth knowledge of anatomy and physiology of human body. Lecture 01 hour. Laboratory 00 hours. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval: completion of all course work necessary to sit for the State Medical Board of Ohio licensure exam with a grade of "C" or higher, and recommendation of Massage Therapy Program Manager. MT2861 Geriatric Massage Practicum Massage of geriatric patients under supervision integrating interviewing, observational and massotherapy skills. Completion of SOAP notes on every patient seen. Seminar to include group discussion of lab work. Lecture 00 hours. Laboratory 00 hours. Other Required Hours: Practicum: 14 hours per week. Seminar: 1 hour per week. Prerequisite(s): MT2400 Geriatric Massage Techniques, and MT2410 Health and Aging. MT2870 Advanced Massage Practicum Review and demonstrate competency in SOAP charting. Assessment and treatment of patients in the clinic. Treatment modalities include trigger point therapy, myofascial release, and muscle energy approaches. Basic introduction to complementary modalities including hot stone massage, meridian massage, and ayurvedic massage. Lecture 00 hours. Laboratory 00 hours. Other Required Hours: Practicum 8 hours/week. Seminar 1 hour/week. Prerequisite(s): MT2311 Advanced Massage Therapy, or concurrent enrollment; or departmental approval. MT2991 Comprehensive Massage Therapy 01 Semester Credit Capstone course in Massage Therapy. Comprehensive review of massage techniques and theory with major focus on writings of Kellogg. Includes series of intensive training sessions to prepare students for the Ohio State Medical Board exam for licensure. Review of topics necessary to ensure success as professional L.M.T.'s. Student must pass comprehensive exam given at end of course in order to be recommended to sit for Ohio Medical Board exam for licensure and demonstrate minimally accepted competency in performance of a therapeutic massage on a licensed massage therapist. Lecture 01 hour. Laboratory 00 hours. Departmental approval: completion of all course work necessary to sit for State Medical Board Licensure Exam, and recommendation of Massage Therapy Program Manager. MATHEMATICS  MATH MATH0800 Developmental Special Topics in Mathematics Study of selected developmental topics or current issues in mathematics. Provides student opportunity to explore various topics in greater detail (see Credit Schedule of classes for current offerings). Repeatable for different topics. May not be applied toward elective and/or program graduation degree requirements. Lecture 02 hours. Laboratory 00 hours. Prerequisite(s): Faculty counterparts determine appropriate prerequisite/corequisite for each topic. MATH0850 Mastering Math 0950 Information and methods for student success in developmental mathematics including: learning style preferences, role of memory process in learning mathematics, study skills for mathematics, overcoming math anxiety, goals in mathematics, selfmotivation in mathematics, selfmanagement in mathematics, selfesteem in mathematics, and selfevaluation of personal role in learning mathematics. Lecture 02 hours. Laboratory 00 hours. Prerequisite(s): Concurrent enrollment in MATH0950 Beginning Algebra I. MATH0910 Basic Arithmetic and PreAlgebra Review of basic arithmetic and introduction to algebraic concepts. Includes basic review of Real Numbers (whole numbers, integers, fractions and decimals) and their operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) and the use of order of operations. Includes a basic review of ratio, proportion and percents. Includes applications and activities to build skills in estimation and problem solving. Prerequisite(s): Sufficient score on assessment test, or departmental approval. 382 Cuyahoga Community College Catalog
2 Mathematics MATH0950 Beginning Algebra I First of two semester sequence. Includes order of operations, properties of real numbers, basic algebraic operations, linear equations, rectangular coordinate system, graphs of linear equations and linear systems. Includes applications and activities to build skills in problem solving. Prerequisite(s): MATH0910 Basic Arithmetic and PreAlgebra equivalent MATH0960 Beginning Algebra II Second of two semester sequence. Includes simplification and operations on polynomials and exponents, extensive factoring and rational expressions in depth. Includes applications and activities to build skills in problem solving. Prerequisite(s): MATH0950 Beginning Algebra I or departmental approval: equivalent MATH0980 Intensified Beginning Algebra Intensive review of basic algebra. Topics include real numbers, algebraic operations and simplification of polynomials, factoring, linear equations, rectangular coordinate system, solution of linear equations, rational expressions, and exponents. Includes applications and activities to build skills in problem solving. Prerequisite(s): Sufficient score on placement test; or departmental approval. MATH0990 Math Literacy for College Students Course integrates numeracy, proportional reasoning, algebraic reasoning, and functions. Students will develop conceptual and procedural tools that support the use of key mathematical concepts in a variety of ways. Contexts include personal finance, medical literacy, and citizenship. Prerequisite(s): MATH0910 Basic Arithmetic and PreAlgebra or sufficient score on placement exam, or departmental approval. MATH1060 Survey of Mathematics Mathematics in problem solving. Problem solving using the scientific method, algebra, geometry, descriptive statistics, probability and calculator/computer applications. Prerequisite(s): MATH0950 Beginning Algebra I; or MATH Intensified Beginning Algebra; or sufficient score on MATH1141 Applied Algebra and Mathematical Reasoning Applications and activities to build problem solving and mathematical modeling skills. Includes metric system, formula manipulation, graphs and their interpretation, solving algebraic equations and systems, functions, algebraic expressions (rational, radical and exponential), introduction to geometry, descriptive statistics and probability distributions. Prerequisite(s): MATH0960 Beginning Algebra II, or MATH Intensified Beginning Algebra, or sufficient score on MATH1190 Algebraic and Quantitative Reasoning Applications and appreciation of quantitative literacy. Interpreting information from realworld sources to solve problems using numerical, algebraic, and graphical knowledge. Various uses of mathematical models are explored, and statistical thinking is developed. Contexts include financial, environmental, social, and public and personal health. Prerequisite(s): MATH0950 Beginning Algebra I, or MATH Intensified Beginning Algebra, or MATH0990 Math Literacy for College Students; or MATH1270 Intermediate Algebra; or sufficient score on placement test; or departmental approval. MATH1250 Contemporary Mathematics Contemporary mathematics as it applies to today s world. Includes modeling and solving real life problems from behavioral, managerial, and social sciences. Topics include linear programming and management science, probability and statistics, biological and financial growth, and mathematics of social choice. Prerequisite(s): MATH0960 Beginning Algebra II; or MATH Intensified Beginning Algebra, or sufficient score on assessment test; or departmental approval; equivalent MATH1270 Intermediate Algebra Builds on basic algebra concepts. Topics include linear and quadratic equations, radicals and rational exponents, rational equations, polynomial, rational, compound, and exponential and logarithmic functions and an introduction to functions and elementary transformations. This course is the prerequisite for Math 1370, 1410, and 1470 only. Prerequisite(s): MATH0960 Beginning Algebra II; or MATH Intensified Beginning Algebra; or sufficient score on Cuyahoga Community College Catalog
3 Mathematics MATH1275 Select Topics of Advanced Intermediate Algebra 01 Semester Credits Supplemental content from Math 1280 Advanced Intermediate Algebra which was not covered in Math 1270 Intermediate Algebra. Intended for students who completed MATH 1270 but now need Math Topics include division of polynomials, absolute value equations and inequalities, complex numbers, conic sections, and systems of nonlinear equations and inequalities. Lecture 01 hour. Laboratory 00 hours. Prerequisite(s): MATH1270 Intermediate Algebra. MATH1280 Advanced Intermediate Algebra Builds on basic algebra concepts. Expanded topics include linear and quadratic equations, systems of linear and nonlinear equations, radicals and rational exponents, and rational equations. Other topics included are polynomial, rational, compound, and absolute value inequalities, exponential and logarithmic functions. Introduction to complex numbers, functions, elementary transformations, and conic sections. Appropriate for students pursuing Science, Engineering, or Math majors. Prerequisite(s): MATH0960 Beginning Algebra II or MATH Intensified Beginning Algebra; or sufficient score on MATH1370 Mathematics for Elementary and MiddleSchool Teachers I First of two semester sequence designed for elementary and middle school education majors. Emphasis on understanding ideas and concepts. Includes sets and numeration, whole numbers, number theory, fractions, decimals, integers, rational and real numbers, problem solving strategies, and historical topics. Highlights applications to classroom, projects, and use of current technology, including scientific/graphing calculators and computers. Prerequisite(s): MATH1270 Intermediate Algebra, or MATH Advanced Intermediate Algebra sufficient score on MATH1380 Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers II Second of twosemester sequence designed for elementary and middle school education majors. Emphasis on understanding ideas and concepts. Includes statistics, probability, measurement, geometric shapes, Euclidean geometry, coordinate geometry, transformational geometry, problemsolving strategies, and historical topics. Highlights applications to classroom, projects, and use of current technology, including scientific/graphing calculators and computers. Prerequisite(s): MATH1370 Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers I, or departmental approval: equivalent MATH1410 Elementary Probability and Statistics I First of a two semester introductory sequence in probability and statistics. Intended for students majoring in liberal arts, sciences, engineering, and education. Includes study of descriptive statistics, relationships in bivariate data using scatter plots, twoway tables, correlation coefficients, and simple linear regression, elementary probability, probability distributions, normal distribution, binomial distribution, sampling concepts, sampling distribution of sample mean, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Prerequisite(s): MATH1250 Contemporary Mathematics, or MATH1270 Intermediate Algebra, or MATH1280 Advanced Intermediate Algebra; or sufficient score on assessment test; or departmental approval: equivalent OAN Approved: TMM010 MATH1420 Elementary Probability and Statistics II Second of twosemester introductory sequence in probability and statistics. Intended for students majoring in liberal arts, sciences, engineering, and education. Includes study of Chisquare distribution and F distribution and their applications, inferences on variances and proportions, comparing two means, categorical data, correlation, simple and multiple regression, analysis of variance, nonparametric tests and the use of statistical software packages. Prerequisite(s): MATH1410 Elementary Probability and Statistics I, or departmental approval: equivalent MATH1470 Modern Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences I First of twosemester sequence. Includes linear systems, functions, matrix algebra and linear programming techniques as applied to business problems and the simplex method. Math of finance and basic theory of probability and statistics. Prerequisite(s): MATH1270 Intermediate Algebra, or MATH Advanced Intermediate Algebra; or sufficient score on 384 Cuyahoga Community College Catalog
4 Mathematics MATH1480 Modern Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences II Second of twosemester sequence. Includes fundamentals of differential and integral calculus and the application of these topics to business and economics. Prerequisite(s): MATH1470 Modern Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences I, or departmental approval: equivalent OAN Approved: TMM013 MATH1490 Business Probability and Statistics I First of twosemester introductory sequence in business probability and statistics. Intended for students majoring business. Application of statistical methods to business and economic problems. Topics include study of descriptive statistics, elementary probability, random variables and probability distributions, normal distribution, binomial distribution, sampling concepts, sampling distribution of sample mean, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Prerequisite(s): MATH1470 Modern Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences I, or departmental approval: equivalent OAN Approved: OBU009 (1 0f 2 courses) MATH1500 Business Probability and Statistics II Second of twosemester introductory sequence in probability and statistics, intended for students majoring in business. Includes study of inferences on means and proportions, analysis of variance, correlation, simple and multiple linear regression models, business applications and decision making, and the use of statistical software. Prerequisite(s): MATH1490 Business Probability and Statistics I, or departmental approval: equivalent OAN Approved: OBU009 (2 of 2 courses) MATH1510 Trigonometry Topics include trigonometric functions and their values for all angles, vectors and oblique triangles, graphs of trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities and equations. Applications and activities to build skills in problem solving included. Prerequisite(s): MATH1280 Advanced Intermediate Algebra; equivalent OAN Approved: TMM003 trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities and equations. Applications and activities to build skills in problem solving included. Emphasis on more challenging trigonometric concepts in realworld settings are found in the form of projects and inclass presentations. Prerequisite(s): MATH1280 Advanced Intermediate Algebra; equivalent MATH1521 College Algebra Includes polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions and graphs, conic sections, inequalities, matrices and determinants, theory of equations, series, sequences, the binomial theorem and mathematical induction. Study of applications and activities to build skills in problem solving. Prerequisite(s): MATH1280 Advanced Intermediate Algebra; equivalent OAN Approved: TMM001 MATH152H Honors College Algebra Includes polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions and graphs, conic sections, inequalities, matrices and determinants, theory of equations, series, sequences, the binomial theorem and mathematical induction. Study of applications and activities to build skills in problem solving. Emphasis on more challenging algebraic concepts in realworld settings through projects and inclass presentations. Prerequisite(s): MATH1280 Advanced Intermediate Algebra sufficient score on assessment test; or departmental approval: equivalent MATH1580 Precalculus Intensified course designed to prepare students for calculus. Study of real numbers, equations and inequalities, functions and graphs, sequences and series, theory of equations, systems of equations and inequalities, mathematical induction, conic sections, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, and complex numbers. Applications and activities to build skills in problem solving are also included. Prerequisite(s): Sufficient score on assessment test; or departmental approval: previous trigonometry or algebra/trigonometry course in high school or college. OAN Approved: OMT002 MATH151H Honors Trigonometry Topics include trigonometric functions and their values for all angles, vectors and oblique triangles, graphs of Cuyahoga Community College Catalog
5 Mathematics MATH1610 Calculus I First of three semester sequence designed for math, science, and engineering majors. Includes study of Cartesian coordinates, functions and graphs, limits and continuity, differentiation of algebraic and trigonometric functions, applications of the derivative, differentials and antiderivatives, the definite integral and its applications. Prerequisite(s): MATH1580 Precalculus; or MATH1510 Trigonometry and MATH1521 College Algebra; or sufficient score on OAN Approved: TMM005 MATH161H Honors Calculus I First of a threesemester sequence designed for math, science, business, and engineering majors. Focuses on conceptual understanding of verbal, numerical, visual, and algebraic representations of functions, their graphs, and operations. Includes limits, continuity, rates of change, derivatives, implicit differentiation of algebraic and trigonometric functions, application of differentials, differentiation, integrals, and application of integration. Emphasizes challenging calculus exercises, problems, projects, cooperative group work, student s presentation of one of the course projects, and use of technology: graphing calculators and computers. Prerequisite(s): MATH1580 Precalculus; or MATH1510 Trigonometry, and MATH1521 College Algebra; or high school Precalculus; or departmental approval: equivalent OAN Approved: TMM005 MATH1620 Calculus II Second of threesemester sequence. Includes study of techniques of integration and their applications; L' Hôpital rule and indeterminate forms; mathematical modeling in differential equations; sequences and series; parametric and polar coordinates and curves, conics; conics sections. Prerequisite(s): MATH1610 Calculus I, or departmental approval: equivalent OAN Approved: TMM006 MATH162H Honors Calculus II Second of threesemester sequence designed for mathematics, science, business, and engineering majors. Focuses on conceptual understanding of logarithmic and exponential functions, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, and hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic functions; develops their properties, characteristics, derivatives, and graphs. Includes techniques of integration, polar coordinates, conic sections, limits of indeterminate forms of quotients of functions, improper integrals, and sequences and series. Emphasizes proofs of theorems and solving challenging examples, exercises, and application problems. Stresses development of research projects. Underscores cooperative work, student`s presentation of one of the course projects, and use of technology: graphics calculators and computers. Prerequisite(s): MATH161H Honors Calculus I, or departmental approval: equivalent MATH2010 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics Foundation course in discrete mathematics with applications. Topics include logic, methods of proof, elementary number theory, set theory, functions, efficiency of algorithms, and mathematical induction. Prerequisite(s): MATH1521 College Algebra; or MATH1580 Precalculus; or sufficient score on assessment test; or departmental approval: equivalent MATH2310 Calculus III Third of threesemester sequence. Topics include vectors, parametric equations, analytic geometry of space, partial differentiation, and multiple integrals, line and surface integrals. Prerequisite(s): MATH1620 Calculus II; or departmental approval; equivalent OAN Approved: TMM018 and OMT018 MATH231H Honors Calculus III Third of threesemester sequence designed for mathematics, science, business, and engineering majors. Focuses on conceptual understanding of vectors, parametric equations, analytic geometry of space, partial differentiation, and multiple integrals, line and surface integrals. Emphasizes proofs of theorems and solving challenging examples, exercises, and application problems. Stresses development of research projects. Underscores cooperative work, student s presentation of one of the course projects; and use of technology: graphics calculators and computers. Prerequisite(s): MATH162H Honors Calculus II, or high school Honors Calculus II; or departmental approval: equivalent 386 Cuyahoga Community College Catalog
6 Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Tech./Manufacturing Industrial Engineering Tech. MATH2410 Introduction to Linear Algebra Includes the study of vector spaces, linear transformations and matrices, determinants, invariant subspaces, eigenvalues and eigenvectors and applications. Prerequisite(s): MATH1620 Calculus II; or departmental approval: equivalent OAN Approved: OMT019 MATH2520 Differential Equations Includes study of differential equations of first and higher order, simultaneous, linear and homogenous differential equations, solution by power series, Laplace transformations and computer applications. Prerequisite(s): MATH1620 Calculus II, or departmental approval: equivalent OAN Approved: TMM020 and OMT020 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY  MET MET1100 Technology Orientation Orientation and exploration of technician's role as part of industrial team including technical careers, opportunities and job hunting skills. Topics include use of the computer, basic measurement and calculation skills and engineering drawing concepts. Introduction to oral, technical writing and graphic methods of communication. Introduction to professional organizations, journals and tools for professional enhancement to provide a path for lifelong learning. Lecture 01 hour. Laboratory 02 hours. Prerequisite(s): Eligibility for MATH1280 Intermediate Algebra or departmental approval. OAN Approved: OES001 MET1120 Computer Applications and Programming Design and debug windowsbased application software in Microsoft Visual Basic and C Programming languages. Apply designed software and spreadsheets in technological problem solving. Applying programming concepts to customize spreadsheets and chosen engineering specific application software. Lecture 01 hour. Laboratory 03 hours. Prerequisite(s): Eligibility for MATH1280 Advanced Intermediate Algebra; or departmental approval: work experience. MET1230 Drawing & AutoCAD Apply visualization skills in the interpretation of orthographic projections and pictorial drawings. Applied geometry, use of scales, sections, and auxiliary views are studied. Dimensioning standards and conventions as applied to detail and assembly drawings in manual drafting as well as use of CAD system to accomplish drafting tasks are emphasized. Includes overviews of computer terms and functions of the Windows Operating System. Covers special terms and definitions used in computerassisted drafting, the roles technical drawings play in production, manufacturing and products design process. Lecture 02 hours. Laboratory 03 hours. Prerequisite(s): MATH0950 beginning Algebra I or eligibility for MATH1060 Survey of Mathematics. MET1240 Machine Tools and Manufacturing Processes Application of traditional and contemporary machine tools processes to accomplish the mechanical parts production or the maintenance and/or repairs of mechanical parts or equipment. Laboratory experiences include measuring and inspection, layout and fundamentals of machine tool setup and techniques for drilling, turning, milling and grinding. Manufacturing processes including the production of metals and alloys, polymers and plastics, forming, machining, fabrication, conditioning and finishing of metallic, plastic and composite engineering parts. Lecture 02 hours. Laboratory 03 hours. Prerequisite(s): Eligibility for MATH1280 Intermediate Algebra, or departmental approval: work experience. OAN Approved: OET010 MET1250 Introduction To Additive Manufacturing Principles of the applications of Additive Manufacturing. Advantages of using Additive Manufacturing over traditional Subtractive Manufacturing processes are studied. Prerequisite(s): MATH0950 Beginning Algebra I or eligibility for MATH1060 Survey of Mathematics. MET1260 Product Ideation and Design Provides knowledge of the theory of Rapid Prototyping, the enabling critical thinking in new product development, process building, sustainability, and innovation theories. Advantages of using Lean Manufacturing and (6) Sigma are studied. Prerequisite(s): MATH0950 Beginning Algebra I or eligibility for MATH1060 Survey of Mathematics.. Cuyahoga Community College Catalog
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