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Majors & Fields of Study at University of Rio Grande

University of Rio Grande offers 112 distinct undergraduate degrees,
concentrated into 73 majors within 25 broad fields of study.

Across all areas of study, University of Rio Grande awarded 434
undergraduate degrees in 2016 – 2017.

A significant percentage of degrees (24.0%) were awarded to online students.
The majority of degrees (55.0%) were awarded at the associate level (2-Year).
15 degrees were awarded to foreign nationals.
167 degrees were awarded to men.
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White Americans330
Other Americans58
African Americans25
Hispanic Americans4
Native Americans2
Asian Americans0
Pacific Island / Native Hawaiian Americans0
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Fields of Study
Associates DegreesBachelors DegreesRanking Within FieldAverage
Starting Salary
Area, Ethnic, Culture, & Gender Studies 01 N/A
N/A
Biological & Biomedical Sciences 110 N/A
N/A
Business, Management & Marketing 5872 N/A
N/A
Communication & Journalism 01 N/A
N/A
Communications Technologies & Support00 N/A
N/A
Computer & Information Sciences 910 N/A
N/A
Construction Trades00 N/A
N/A
Education 747 N/A
N/A
Engineering Technologies 144 N/A
N/A
English Language & Literature 02 N/A
N/A
Foreign Languages & Linguistics 02 N/A
N/A
Health Professions 11317 N/A
N/A
History 11 N/A
N/A
Legal Professions00 N/A
N/A
Liberal Arts / Sciences & Humanities 40 N/A
N/A
Mathematics & Statistics 21 N/A
N/A
Mechanic & Repair Technologies00 N/A
N/A
Natural Resources & Conservation 03 N/A
N/A
Parks, Recreation, Leisure, & Fitness Studies 612 N/A
N/A
Physical Sciences 22 N/A
N/A
Precision Production 10 N/A
N/A
Psychology 23 N/A
N/A
Public Administration & Social Service 70 N/A
N/A
Social Sciences 72 N/A
N/A
Visual & Performing Arts 55 N/A
N/A
2016 – 2017
Fields of Study (online)
Associates DegreesBachelors DegreesRanking Within FieldAverage
Starting Salary
Area, Ethnic, Culture, & Gender Studies 00 N/A
N/A
Biological & Biomedical Sciences 00 N/A
N/A
Business, Management & Marketing 5636 N/A
N/A
Communication & Journalism 00 N/A
N/A
Communications Technologies & Support00 N/A
N/A
Computer & Information Sciences 00 N/A
N/A
Construction Trades00 N/A
N/A
Education 00 N/A
N/A
Engineering Technologies 00 N/A
N/A
English Language & Literature 00 N/A
N/A
Foreign Languages & Linguistics 00 N/A
N/A
Health Professions 012 N/A
N/A
History 00 N/A
N/A
Legal Professions00 N/A
N/A
Liberal Arts / Sciences & Humanities 00 N/A
N/A
Mathematics & Statistics 00 N/A
N/A
Mechanic & Repair Technologies00 N/A
N/A
Natural Resources & Conservation 00 N/A
N/A
Parks, Recreation, Leisure, & Fitness Studies 00 N/A
N/A
Physical Sciences 00 N/A
N/A
Precision Production 00 N/A
N/A
Psychology 00 N/A
N/A
Public Administration & Social Service 00 N/A
N/A
Social Sciences 00 N/A
N/A
Visual & Performing Arts 00 N/A
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Mathematics

 

A student may not take a mathematics course for credit that is a prerequisite for a mathematics course the student has already passed, unless required by an academic program, or unless approved by majority vote of the mathematics faculty.
 

MTH 10403 Mathematics Review (3 Credit Hours)

development of basic mathematics. Topics include: the set of integers, the set of rational numbers, and introductory algebra. Applications involving ratios, proportions, percentage, and measurement are included. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall/Spring/Summer

MTH 11203 Introductory Algebra (3 Credit Hours)

An introduction to the concepts and techniques of algebra. Topics include: properties of the real numbers, variables, algebraic expressions, solving first and second degree equations, graphing, linear equations, systems of linear equations, and exponents. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MTH 10403 or equivalent skill level as indicated by the score on the placement exam. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall/Spring/Summer

MTH 11403 Intermediate Algebra (3 Credit Hours)

A study of the techniques of algebra for students having some background in algebra. Topics include: exponents and radicals, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, solving second degree equations, and graphing quadratic equations. Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in MTH 11203 or equivalent. Skill level as indicated by the score on the
placement exam. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall/Spring/Summer

MTH 11505 Mathematics for Educators I (5 Credit Hours)

An introduction to the fundamentals of mathematics for education majors. Topics include: problem-solving strategies, sets, numeration systems, integer and rational number operations, real numbers, and functions. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MTH 11403 or equivalent skill level as indicated by the score on the placement exam. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall Spring

MTH 11604 Mathematics for Educators II (4 Credit Hours)

A continuation of MTH 11505. Topics include: elementary probability, data analysis, and informal geometry with an emphasis on the study of measurement and the properties of simple closed curves. Prerequisite: MTH 11505. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall Spring

MTH 14505 (TM) Pre-calculus (5 Credit Hours)

An introduction to functions. Topics include: algebraic, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. Also included are systems of linear and non-linear equations, conic sections, and vectors. Emphasis is placed on graphing with a graphing calculator. A graphing calculator is required. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MTH 11403 or equivalent skill level as indicated by the score on the placement exam. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall Spring

MTH 15105 (TM) Calculus I (5 Credit Hours)

Pre-calculus Review, Limits, Continuity, The Derivative, Applications of the Derivative, the Definite Integral, the Indefinite Integral, and Applications of the Integral.. Prerequisite: MTH 14505 Pre-calculus or equivalent skill level as indicated by the score on the placement exam. Course fee required. Fall Spring

MTH 15204 Calculus II (4 Credit Hours)

A continuation of Math 15105. Topics include: transcendental functions, techniques of integration, indeterminate forms, improper integrals, sequences, series, and elementary differential equations. Prerequisite: MTH 15105. Course fee required. Spring

MTH 15304 Multivariable Calculus (4 Credit Hours)

A continuation of MTH 15204. Topics include: vectors in two and three dimensions, analytic geometry in three dimensions, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, and vector calculus. Prerequisite: MTH 15204. Course fee required. Fall
 

MTH 21404 Introductory Probability and Statistics (4 Credit Hours)

An introduction to probability and statistics. Topics include: organizing data, graphical presentations of data, measures of central tendency and dispersion, relative standing, normal curve theory, elementary probability, correlation and simple regression, chi-square, and hypothesis testing of means for one and two samples. Mathematics credit is not given for both MTH 21404 and MTH 21603. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MTH 11403 or a grade of C or better in NUR 11101 (enrolled Nursing students only) or equivalent skill level as indicated by the score on the placement exam. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall Spring

MTH 21704 Introduction to Probability (4 Credit Hours)

An introduction to probability and descriptive statistics. Topics include: introductory probability; conditional probability; combinatorics; random variables; expected value; discrete probability distributions (binomial, geometric, hyper-geometric, Poisson); graphical representations of data; measures of central tendency, variation, and relative standing; and normal curve probabilities. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MTH 11403 or equivalent skill level as indicated by score obtained on mathematics placement examination. Course fee required. Fall

MTH 21803 Introduction to Statistics (3 Credit Hours)

A continuation of MTH 21704. Topics include: sampling distributions; confidence intervals for means and proportions; hypothesis testing for means, proportions, and variances; correlation and simple linear regression; chi-square; curvefitting; multiple regression; and ANOVA. Mathematics credit is not given for both MTH 21803 and MTH 21404. Prerequisite: MTH 21704. Course fee required. Spring

MTH 25403 Discrete Mathematics (3 Credit Hours)

An introduction to discrete mathematics with emphasis on problem-solving. Topics include: elementary set theory, introductory logic, number systems, algorithms, permutations, combinations, recurrence relations, mathematical induction, matrices, and graph theory. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MTH 11403 or equivalent skill level as indicated by the score on the placement exam. Course fee required. Spring

MTH 26603 Number Theory (3 Credit Hours)

A study of basic concepts of abstract number theory. Topics include: divisors and prime numbers, Diophantine equations, linear and quadratic equations, and continued fractions. Prerequisite: MTH 25403 Spring

MTH 27403 College Geometry (3 Credit Hours)

A formal approach to the development of Euclidean geometry and an introduction to non-Euclidean geometry. Special emphasis is placed on the construction of geometric proofs. Prerequisite: MTH 25403 Course fee required. Spring

MTH 27703 Differential Equations I (3 Credit Hours)

A study of first and second order ordinary differential equations with emphasis on applications. Prerequisite: MTH 15304 Course fee required. Spring

MTH 28801-05 Selected Topics in Mathematics (1 to 5 Credit Hours)

A study of topics not included in other course offerings. May be repeated to a maximum of ten hours. Prerequisite: As required. Course fee required. On Demand

MTH 37403 Mathematical Models (3 Credit Hours)

An introduction to mathematical modeling. Discrete and continuous mathematical models of real-world problems in various disciplines are analyzed numerically, graphically, and analytically through techniques of algebra, geometry, calculus, numerical analysis, and available technology. Topics include: graphing, recursion formulas, difference equations, curve fitting, continuous optimization techniques, and linear programming. Prerequisite: MTH 15204 (may be taken concurrently). Fall

MTH 37903 Differential Equations II (3 Credit Hours)

A continuation of MTH 27703. Topics include: Laplace transform, series solutions, Gamma function, systems of differential equations, numerical methods, and Fourier series. Prerequisite: MTH 27703. On Demand

MTH 38403 Linear Algebra (3 Credit Hours)

An introduction to the basic concepts of linear algebra. Topics include: systems of linear equations, vector spaces, linear transformations, matrices, determinants, orthogonality, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors. Prerequisite: MTH 25403. Spring

MTH 38603 Abstract Algebra (3 Credit Hours)

An introduction to modern abstract algebra. Topics include: groups, integral domains, rings, fields, modules, and vector spaces. Prerequisite: MTH 25403. Fall

MTH 43403 History of Mathematics (3 Credit Hours)

A survey of the history of mathematics from the ancient Egyptian and Babylonian cultures to the present. Emphasis on the Greek period, the Renaissance of mathematics during the seventeenth century, and transition to the twentieth century. Prerequisite: MTH 15204. Fall

MTH 44403 Real Variables (3 Credit Hours)

A rigorous approach to the study of continuous functions. Topics include: sequences, series, limits, derivatives, and integrals. Prerequisite: MTH 25403. Fall

MTH 48801-05 Selected Topics in Mathematics (1 to 5 Credit Hours)

A study of topics not included in other course offerings. The format may be independent or directed studies or a scheduled class. Open to majors in mathematics. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor and School Chair. Additional prerequisites: As required. On Demand

 

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Mathematics

 

A student may not take a mathematics course for credit that is a prerequisite for a mathematics course the student has already passed, unless required by an academic program, or unless approved by majority vote of the mathematics faculty.
 

MTH 10403 Mathematics Review (3 Credit Hours)

development of basic mathematics. Topics include: the set of integers, the set of rational numbers, and introductory algebra. Applications involving ratios, proportions, percentage, and measurement are included. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall/Spring/Summer

MTH 11203 Introductory Algebra (3 Credit Hours)

An introduction to the concepts and techniques of algebra. Topics include: properties of the real numbers, variables, algebraic expressions, solving first and second degree equations, graphing, linear equations, systems of linear equations, and exponents. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MTH 10403 or equivalent skill level as indicated by the score on the placement exam. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall/Spring/Summer

MTH 11403 Intermediate Algebra (3 Credit Hours)

A study of the techniques of algebra for students having some background in algebra. Topics include: exponents and radicals, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, solving second degree equations, and graphing quadratic equations. Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in MTH 11203 or equivalent. Skill level as indicated by the score on the
placement exam. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall/Spring/Summer

MTH 11505 Mathematics for Educators I (5 Credit Hours)

An introduction to the fundamentals of mathematics for education majors. Topics include: problem-solving strategies, sets, numeration systems, integer and rational number operations, real numbers, and functions. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MTH 11403 or equivalent skill level as indicated by the score on the placement exam. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall Spring

MTH 11604 Mathematics for Educators II (4 Credit Hours)

A continuation of MTH 11505. Topics include: elementary probability, data analysis, and informal geometry with an emphasis on the study of measurement and the properties of simple closed curves. Prerequisite: MTH 11505. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall Spring

MTH 14505 (TM) Pre-calculus (5 Credit Hours)

An introduction to functions. Topics include: algebraic, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. Also included are systems of linear and non-linear equations, conic sections, and vectors. Emphasis is placed on graphing with a graphing calculator. A graphing calculator is required. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MTH 11403 or equivalent skill level as indicated by the score on the placement exam. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall Spring

MTH 15105 (TM) Calculus I (5 Credit Hours)

Pre-calculus Review, Limits, Continuity, The Derivative, Applications of the Derivative, the Definite Integral, the Indefinite Integral, and Applications of the Integral.. Prerequisite: MTH 14505 Pre-calculus or equivalent skill level as indicated by the score on the placement exam. Course fee required. Fall Spring

MTH 15204 Calculus II (4 Credit Hours)

A continuation of Math 15105. Topics include: transcendental functions, techniques of integration, indeterminate forms, improper integrals, sequences, series, and elementary differential equations. Prerequisite: MTH 15105. Course fee required. Spring

MTH 15304 Multivariable Calculus (4 Credit Hours)

A continuation of MTH 15204. Topics include: vectors in two and three dimensions, analytic geometry in three dimensions, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, and vector calculus. Prerequisite: MTH 15204. Course fee required. Fall
 

MTH 21404 Introductory Probability and Statistics (4 Credit Hours)

An introduction to probability and statistics. Topics include: organizing data, graphical presentations of data, measures of central tendency and dispersion, relative standing, normal curve theory, elementary probability, correlation and simple regression, chi-square, and hypothesis testing of means for one and two samples. Mathematics credit is not given for both MTH 21404 and MTH 21603. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MTH 11403 or a grade of C or better in NUR 11101 (enrolled Nursing students only) or equivalent skill level as indicated by the score on the placement exam. May not be used as mathematics elective. Course fee required. Fall Spring

MTH 21704 Introduction to Probability (4 Credit Hours)

An introduction to probability and descriptive statistics. Topics include: introductory probability; conditional probability; combinatorics; random variables; expected value; discrete probability distributions (binomial, geometric, hyper-geometric, Poisson); graphical representations of data; measures of central tendency, variation, and relative standing; and normal curve probabilities. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MTH 11403 or equivalent skill level as indicated by score obtained on mathematics placement examination. Course fee required. Fall

MTH 21803 Introduction to Statistics (3 Credit Hours)

A continuation of MTH 21704. Topics include: sampling distributions; confidence intervals for means and proportions; hypothesis testing for means, proportions, and variances; correlation and simple linear regression; chi-square; curvefitting; multiple regression; and ANOVA. Mathematics credit is not given for both MTH 21803 and MTH 21404. Prerequisite: MTH 21704. Course fee required. Spring

MTH 25403 Discrete Mathematics (3 Credit Hours)

An introduction to discrete mathematics with emphasis on problem-solving. Topics include: elementary set theory, introductory logic, number systems, algorithms, permutations, combinations, recurrence relations, mathematical induction, matrices, and graph theory. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MTH 11403 or equivalent skill level as indicated by the score on the placement exam. Course fee required. Spring

MTH 26603 Number Theory (3 Credit Hours)

A study of basic concepts of abstract number theory. Topics include: divisors and prime numbers, Diophantine equations, linear and quadratic equations, and continued fractions. Prerequisite: MTH 25403 Spring

MTH 27403 College Geometry (3 Credit Hours)

A formal approach to the development of Euclidean geometry and an introduction to non-Euclidean geometry. Special emphasis is placed on the construction of geometric proofs. Prerequisite: MTH 25403 Course fee required. Spring

MTH 27703 Differential Equations I (3 Credit Hours)

A study of first and second order ordinary differential equations with emphasis on applications. Prerequisite: MTH 15304 Course fee required. Spring

MTH 28801-05 Selected Topics in Mathematics (1 to 5 Credit Hours)

A study of topics not included in other course offerings. May be repeated to a maximum of ten hours. Prerequisite: As required. Course fee required. On Demand

MTH 37403 Mathematical Models (3 Credit Hours)

An introduction to mathematical modeling. Discrete and continuous mathematical models of real-world problems in various disciplines are analyzed numerically, graphically, and analytically through techniques of algebra, geometry, calculus, numerical analysis, and available technology. Topics include: graphing, recursion formulas, difference equations, curve fitting, continuous optimization techniques, and linear programming. Prerequisite: MTH 15204 (may be taken concurrently). Fall

MTH 37903 Differential Equations II (3 Credit Hours)

A continuation of MTH 27703. Topics include: Laplace transform, series solutions, Gamma function, systems of differential equations, numerical methods, and Fourier series. Prerequisite: MTH 27703. On Demand

MTH 38403 Linear Algebra (3 Credit Hours)

An introduction to the basic concepts of linear algebra. Topics include: systems of linear equations, vector spaces, linear transformations, matrices, determinants, orthogonality, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors. Prerequisite: MTH 25403. Spring

MTH 38603 Abstract Algebra (3 Credit Hours)

An introduction to modern abstract algebra. Topics include: groups, integral domains, rings, fields, modules, and vector spaces. Prerequisite: MTH 25403. Fall

MTH 43403 History of Mathematics (3 Credit Hours)

A survey of the history of mathematics from the ancient Egyptian and Babylonian cultures to the present. Emphasis on the Greek period, the Renaissance of mathematics during the seventeenth century, and transition to the twentieth century. Prerequisite: MTH 15204. Fall

MTH 44403 Real Variables (3 Credit Hours)

A rigorous approach to the study of continuous functions. Topics include: sequences, series, limits, derivatives, and integrals. Prerequisite: MTH 25403. Fall

MTH 48801-05 Selected Topics in Mathematics (1 to 5 Credit Hours)

A study of topics not included in other course offerings. The format may be independent or directed studies or a scheduled class. Open to majors in mathematics. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor and School Chair. Additional prerequisites: As required. On Demand

 

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