MATH 107 - Fundamentals of Mathematics for Nursing
This course focuses on understanding the mathematics required for nursing. Topics include algebraic concepts and procedures (equations, ratios, proportions, percentage problems, formulas, logarithmic calculations), geometric concepts and procedures (systems of measurements and conversions, area, volume), problem-solving techniques (modeling, dosage calculations, flow-rate calculations, angle measurements) and an introduction to statistical methods and procedures (measures of central tendency, constructing and interpreting graphs, range, standard deviation and coefficient of variation, normal distributions). This online course is open only to persons with an Associate's Degree in nursing who have completed at least one semester of intermediate algebra and who are seeking a BS or MS degree in nursing.
USI Core 39: Foundations-Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning.
Indiana Statewide Transfer General Education Core: Meets IN Statewide Core.
Term(s) Offered: Fall, Spring
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