ACADEMIC CALENDAR
2023-2024
 
MATH
 
MATH 0102 (Mathematics)

 

This basic course is designed to help alleviate specific weaknesses in the student’s basic mathematical skills.

 

Number Sense and Number Manipulation; Basic Algebra; Plane Geometry; Triangle Trigonometry

 

Prerequisites - Entry into the Marine Diesel Mechanics Program

 

Duration - 13 weeks

 

Lectures - 3 one-hour classes/week

 

 
MATH 0103 (Mathematics)

 

This course is designed to ensure students have a solid foundation in basic mathematics and related concepts.

 

Topics covered will assist students in better understanding concepts encountered in other courses.

 

Whole Numbers; Decimal Fractions; Common Fractions; Percentages; Angular Measurement; Introduction to SI Units; Perimeters; Areas; Volumes; Practical Applications.

 

Duration - 10 weeks (30 hours)

 

Lectures - 3 hours/week

 

 
MATH 0200 (Mathematics)

 

This introductory course is designed to strengthen the student’s technical and mathematical skills and to enhance their problem solving ability; therefore, providing them with a solid foundation for a career as a marine mechanic.

 

Applied Linear Measure; Applied Area Measure; Applied Volume and Surface Area; Ratio and Proportion; and Shop Formulas.

 

Prerequisite - MATH 0102 (Mathematics)

 

Duration - 13 weeks

 

Lectures - 3 hours/week

 

 
MATH 1100 (Pre-Calculus)

 

This is a course in pre-calculus mathematics designed to help alleviate specific weaknesses in students’ mathematical skills and thereby increase their chances for success in other technical courses.

 

Review of Fundamental Algebra; Trigonometry; Operations Involving Algebraic Expressions; Quadratic Equations; Exponents and Radicals; Logarithms; Systems of Linear Equations.

 

Prerequisite - None

 

Duration - 13 weeks

 

Lectures - 5 hours/week

 

Math Lab Hours - 1 hour/week

 

Total - 78 hours

 

OR

 

Duration- 8 weeks

 

Lecture Hours - 8 hours/week

 

Math Lab Hours - 2 hours/week

 

Total - 80 hours

 

 
MATH 1101 (Introduction to Calculus)

 

This is a course designed to prepare students for the study of calculus as well as to introduce them and give them a facility with the concepts of differentiation necessary for a better understanding of a variety of technology courses.

 

Functions; Analytic Geometry; Trigonometry; Algebraic Operations and Complex Numbers; The Derivative.

 

Prerequisite - MATH 1100 (Pre-Calculus)

 

Duration - 13 weeks

 

Lectures - 5 hours/week = 65 hours total

 

OR

 

Duration - 8 weeks

 

Lectures - 8 hours/week for a total of 64 hours

 

 
MATH 1112 (NASC Mathematics I)

 

This is a course in pre-calculus mathematics designed to help alleviate specific weaknesses in students’ fundamental mathematical skills and thereby increase their chances for success in the Nautical Science technology program.

 

Review of Fundamental Algebra; Trigonometry; Vectors; Operations Involving Algebraic Expressions; Quadratic Equations; Exponents and Radicals; Systems of Linear Equations; Analytical Geometry.

 

Duration - 13 weeks

 

Lectures - 6 hours/week for a total of 78 hours

 

 
MATH 1114 (Pre-Calculus)

 

This is a course in pre-calculus mathematics provides grounding in topics required for later technical courses.

 

Review of Fundamental Algebra; Trigonometry; Operations Involving Algebraic Expressions; Quadratic Equations; Exponents and Radicals: Logarithms; Systems of Linear Equations

 

Prerequisite - None

 

Duration - 13 weeks

 

Lecture hours - 5 hours/week

 

Total - 65 hours

 

OR

 

Duration - 8 weeks

 

Lectures Hours - 8 hours/week

 

Total - 64 hours

 

 
MATH 1200 (Calculus)

 

In this course students will study topics in differential calculus and will also be introduced to integral calculus.

 

Topics covered will assist students to better understand concepts encountered in other courses.

 

Curve Sketching; Transcendental Functions and Their Derivatives; Applications of the Derivative; Differentials; Introduction to Integration; The Definite Integral; Further Applications of Indefinite and Definite Integrals.

 

Prerequisite - MATH 1101 (Introduction to Calculus) or MATH 1105 (Introduction to Calculus)

 

Duration - 13 weeks

 

Lectures - 5 hours/week = 65 hours total

 

OR

 

Duration - 8 weeks

 

Lectures - 8 hours/week for a total of 64 hours

 

OR

Duration - 6 weeks

 

Lectures - 11 hours/week = 66 hours total

 

 
MATH 1212 (NASC Mathematics II)

 

This is a course comprised of a variety of topics designed to meet specific needs of the Nautical Science Diploma Program.

 

Mensuration; Ratio, Proportion, and Linear Interpolation; Geometry; Analytic Geometry; Moments and Centre of Gravity; Simpson’s Rules; Trigonometric Graphs and Identities; Spherical Trigonometry; Statistics.

 

Prerequisite - Successful completion of MATH 1100 (Pre-Calculus), MATH 1111 (NASC Mathematics I), MATH 1112 (NASC Mathematics I) or MATH 1114 (Mathematics for Mariners)

 

Duration - 13 weeks

 

Lectures - 5 hours/week for a total of 65 hours

 

OR

 

Duration - 8 weeks

 

Lectures - 8 hours/week for a total of 64 hours

 

 
MATH 1213 (Math for Map Makers)

 

This course is designed to introduce students to mathematical concepts used in all courses in the ocean mapping program. It will expand on their knowledge of linear equations and introduce spherical trigonometry, determinants, linear interpolation, and vectors.

 

Linear Equations and Matrices; Plane Geometry; Spherical Trigonometry; Linear Interpolation; Vectors

 

Prerequisites - MATH 1100 (Pre-Calculus)

 

Duration - 13 weeks

 

Lectures - 3 hours/week

 

 
MATH 1214 (MENG Mathematics)

 

This course covers the remaining mathematics learning objectives required to support engineering knowledge, understanding and proficiency for an Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch, and Chief and Second Engineer Officer as defined under IMO Model courses 7.04 and 7.02.

 

Mensuration; Ratio, Proportion, and Linear Interpolation; Moments and Centre of Gravity; Simpson's Rules; Trigonometric Graphs and Identities

 

Prerequisites - MATH 1100 (Pre-Calculus) or MATH 1114 (Mathematics for Mariners)

 

Duration - 13 weeks

 

Lecture hours - 4 hours/week

 

Total - 52 hours

 

OR

 

Duration - 8 weeks

 

Lecture hours - 6 hours/week

 

Total - 48 hours

 

 
MATH 1215 (Introduction to Calculus)

 

This is a course designed to introduce to the concepts of differentiation and integration.

 

Functions; Trigonometry; The Derivative; Introduction to Integration; The Definite Integral

 

Prerequisites - MATH 1100 (Pre-Calculus); MATH 1114 (Mathematics for Mariners) or equivalent

 

Duration - 13 weeks

 

Lectures - 5 hours/week

 

 
MATH 2101 (Advanced Calculus)

 

This is primarily an applied calculus course designed to meet the specific requirements of various technology and degree programs.

 

Integration Techniques; Applications of Integration; Double Integration; Differential Equations.

 

Prerequisite - MATH 1200 (Calculus) or equivalent

 

Duration - 13 weeks

 

Lectures - 5 hours/week = 65 hours total

 

OR

 

Duration - 8 weeks

 

Lectures - 8 hours/week = 64 hours total