Spring 2017 Online Course


Mathematical Modeling and Problem Solving

CRN 15297 — 1/9/2017 – 5/5/2017

General Information

Course ID

Alpha Numeric MATH1200
Natural Science and Mathematics
  Course Level Undergraduate
  Credit Hours 4
Tuition and Fees

Description Mathematical modeling of data using linear, quadratic, rational, and radical functions in their numerical, symbolic, graphic, and verbal forms. Problem solving methods and strategies will be emphasized. Course is not applicable toward the undergraduate Mathematics major requirements. Math core course.   Core Mathematics. 

Instructor Suzan  Orra
Note Meets online on Mon & Wed from 2000-2050, contact the department for details. On-campus testing is required, contact the instructor or department for details. Proctor permitted for distant students only. Distant students, residing 50 or more miles away, must complete a proctor request form within the first three weeks of the term.
Section Details Section number: 901
CRN: 15297
Enrollment Maximum: 44

Dates: 1/9/2017 - 5/5/2017 ; Session code: Full Term

Instruction Method Online Web, other communication methods are determined by the instructor.

Bookstore search

*A textbook search may not be available for this term; contact your campus bookstore to determine if the instructor has ordered textbooks for your course. If the Bookstore does not have an order contact the instructor or department office (click on the instructor e-mail link above). A textbook may not be required and some courses use other resources including special software.

You may also contact UT Online toll free at 1.866.Utoledo (866-886-5336) for assistance.

Students at a Distance*
*Students who reside 50 miles or further from main campus are conisdered students at a distance (distant students.)
Please contact the instructor before you register if you have questions about testing requirements: ASK if your course requires proctored testing.
  • Students are responsible for testing expenses.
  • Students testing outside of the United States will use ProctorU, a third-party online proctor service.
  • Contact Maureen Strall for more information.
Out of State Students — CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY 

UT is an approved SARA institution; students residing outside of SARA states will want to review our State Status Web page to determine if UT is authorized in that state.

Before You Begin Your Course
Online Etiquette & Honesty Please review the netiquette guidelines and the University policies on academic dishonesty, and responsible use of information technology. Online students are held to the same behavior and academic honesty standards as face-to-face students.
Technology Requirements

Students are responsible to have access to a properly functioning device (computer, tablet, etc.) throughout the semester. The devicemust be able to run software required for coursework or capable of connecting to UT's Virtual Computer Lab. If using a device at a public library, students should check with the library to insure they will have access and for the length of time required.

Please review our Blackboard Toolkit and Blackboard Browser Check pages. Student devices need to be running the latest versions of plug-ins, recent software and have the necessary tools to be kept free of viruses and spyware.

Always read the course syllabus carefully and contact the instructor regarding specific requirements.

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Last Updated: 3/22/17