~~Wednesday, January 18 - First class~~~~Monday, January 23 - Last day to add/drop~~~~Wednesday, February 8 - Exam 1~~~~Friday, March 3 - Exam 2~~~~Monday, March 6 through Friday, March 10 - Spring Break (no class)~~- Wednesday, April 12 - Exam 3
- Friday, April 14 and Monday, April 17 - Easter Break (no class)
- Friday, April 21 - Last day to withdraw
- Wednesday, May 10 - Final Exam 10:30AM-12:30PM

This course will include a further exploration of functions, followed by additional topics in trigonometry. A student may take MATH 112 without taking MATH 111. The student must have knowledge of the topics listed in MATH 111. 3 credits.

**Prerequisites:** MATH 111 or equivalent.

**Textbook: ** *Trigonometry*,
by Michael Corral. This is a **FREE** textbook available
here. You can also
order a printed copy from the
author's website
for only $11, if you prefer to work from a printed textbook
rather than an electronic copy.

**Calculator:** Not required. Calculator usage
will be prohibited for all in-class quizzes and some in-class
exams. Non-graphing (scientific)
calculators will be permitted for sections of some in-class
exams. Graphing calculators will not be
permitted on any exams or quizzes.

**Office Hours:** The perfect opportunity to
ask general questions about course material, specific
questions about homework problems or in-class
examples, questions about your grade, questions about
majoring in math or information technology, etc. My office
location and office hour schedule are on my home page. You can also e-mail
me to set up an appointment outside of office
hours if that suits your schedule better.

**(FREE) Tutoring:** Free tutoring sessions
sponsored by the math department are held several
nights per week. Tutors will be able to help you
with questions about course content and approaching
homework problems. Check out the website
for schedule, location, and other pertinent
information.

If you have a weighted average of at least... | You will earn a(n): |
---|---|

94% | A |

90% | B+ |

84% | B |

78% | C+ |

70% | C |

65% | D+ |

60% | D |

Your final course grade will be the average of five components: Presentation Grade, Exam 1, Exam 2, Exam 3, and Final Exam. Each of these components is weighted equally as 20% of your overall course grade.