MATH 1483 - Mathematical Functions and Their Uses: Functions and Change
Term: Year Long 2017 Section: 607 Start Date: 7/1/2015 End Date: 6/30/2017
Instructor(s): Matthew Wilson
Admission to OSU is not required for enrollment and courses can be started at any time during the year, with 12 months to complete. Students can enroll by calling the office (405-744-6390) or by visiting our website at ce website and downloading an enrollment form and either faxing (405-744-6390) or mailing the form (309 Wes Watkins Center, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater OK 74078-4061. Accepted payment forms include: Visa/MasterCard debit/credit or personal check/money orders/cashiers check.Required Forms:
Prerequisites: Intermediate Algebra or placement into MATH 1513 (College Algebra) or equivalent.Add Drop Information:
Tuition and Fee Refunds: When you drop a course, the following charges are refundable based upon the time elapsed since the date you enrolled: 1) 0-30 days--100% of tuition, connectivity fee, and records maintenance fee minus the cost of any grading; 2) 31-45 days--50% of tuition, connectivity fee, and records maintenance fee minus the cost of any grading; 3) more than 45 days--0%Materials:
1) Functions Change: A Modeling Alternative to College Algebra (Prelim), Crauder and Evans, 1st ed., 1999, Houghton Mifflin, ISBN: 0395911583; 2) Graphing Calculator Keystroke Guide and Drill Exercise (Prelim), Crauder and Evans, 1st ed., 1999, Houghton Mifflin, ISBN: 0395930537; 3) Student Solutions Manual to Accompany Functions Change, Crauder and Evans, 1st ed., 1999, Houghton Mifflin, ISBN: 0395930502; 4) Course Guide, Oklahoma State UniversityExam Information:
If you live in the Stillwater area, exams are taken at the CE Office in 309 Wes Watkins Center; you do not need to submit a Request for Exam form when taking the exam in the office. Verify that the office will be open the day you plan to take an exam and allow time to complete an exam before the office closes. Students living away from the Stillwater area may request proctored exams (refer to your course guide for exam request instructions). Proctored exam requests must be in writing (mail, e-mail, or fax), and proctors must be approved by the Correspondence Education testing supervisor. For security reasons, exams are not faxed or e-mailed.