Textbooks/Supplies for Math Courses
Best efforts are made to keep this list accurate and up to date. The bookstore should always have the correct list of books for the current term. The math department does not endorse any study aids not listed here, even if the bookstore lists them as recommended resources.
We are frequently asked if an older edition of the same textbook will suffice. Unless otherwise stated, the answer is generally “no.”
Some books are also available in electronic form, which is generally acceptable if that is your preference.
MATH 0309 – Basic Mathematics

 Await instructions from your instructor on the first day of class.

MATH 1312 – Math for Liberal Arts

 Using and Understanding Mathematics, sixth edition, by Bennett and Briggs. ISBN tbd.
 MyMathLab online access code (if you buy a used copy of the book that does not include the access code, then you will need to purchase it separately).
 Scientific Calculator (capable of scientific notation, exponents, and logs, generally around $1020). Graphing calculators are acceptable, but unnecessary. The calculator on your cell phone or computer may not be used during an exam.

MATH 1314 – College Algebra

 College Algebra (with Enhanced WebAssign with eBook), 7th edition, by Stewart, Redlin, and Watson. ISBN 9781305718944.
 WebAssign online access code (if you buy a used copy of the book that does not include the access code, then you will need to purchase it separately).
 Scientific Calculator (capable of scientific notation, exponents, and logs, generally around $1020). Graphing calculators are recommended, but unnecessary. The calculator on your cell phone or computer may not be used during an exam.

MATH 1336 – Geometry for Elementary Teachers

 Mathematical Practices, Mathematics for Teachers, first edition, by Larson and Silbey. ISBN 9781305430310.
 WebAssign online access code (if you buy a used copy of the book that does not include the access code, then you will need to purchase it separately).
 Basic Calculator. Graphing calculators are acceptable, but unnecessary. The calculator on your cell phone or computer may not be used during an exam.

MATH 2312 – Precalculus

 Precalculus Hybrid (with Enhanced WebAssign with eBook), ninth edition, by Larson. ISBN 9781133950547.
 WebAssign online access code (if you buy a used copy of the book that does not include the access code, then you will need to purchase it separately).
 A graphing calculator is required.

MATH 2413 – Calculus I

 Calculus, concepts and contexts, fourth edition, by James Stewart. ISBN 9781285124278. NOTE: This is a loose leaf edition that includes a WebAssign access code.
 WebAssign online access code (if you buy a used copy of the book that does not include the access code, then you will need to purchase it separately).
 Calculator Recommended – A graphing calculator is not required, but if you already own one, it will probably come in handy. You will be learning computer software that could serve as a “graphing calculator” for any homework assignments needing technology.

MATH 2314 – Calculus II

 Calculus, concepts and contexts, fourth edition, by James Stewart. ISBN 9781285124278. NOTE: This is the same book used in Calculus I.
 WebAssign online access code (if you buy a used copy of the book that does not include the access code, then you will need to purchase it separately).
 Calculator Recommended – A graphing calculator is not required, but if you already own one, it will probably come in handy.

MATH 2315 – Discrete Mathematics

 Discrete Mathematics with Ducks, first edition, by sarahmarie belcastro. ISBN 9781466504998.
 Scientific Calculator (capable of scientific notation, exponents, and logs, generally around $1020). Graphing calculators are recommended, but unnecessary. The calculator on your cell phone or computer may not be used during an exam.

MATH 2321 – Calculus III

 Calculus, concepts and contexts, fourth edition, by James Stewart. ISBN 9781285124278. NOTE: This is the same book used in Calculus I and II.
 WebAssign online access code (if you buy a used copy of the book that does not include the access code, then you will need to purchase it separately).
 Calculator Recommended – A graphing calculator is not required, but if you already own one, it will probably come in handy.

MATH 3305 – Linear Algebra

 Linear Algebra and its Applications, fourth or fifth edition, by David Lay with a MyMathLab access code.
 MyMathLab online access code (if you buy a used copy of the book that does not include the access code, then you will need to purchase it separately).
 Calculator for homework. Graphing calculators are recommended, but unnecessary.

MATH 3310 – Differential Equations

 Differential Equations with BoundaryValue Problems, Looseleaf Version, 9th edition, by Zill, with Enhanced WebAssign Printed Access Card. ISBN 9781337604901 (ISBN is for looseleaf text copy plus online access, other options exist including onlineonly).
 Scientific Calculator (capable of scientific notation, exponents, and logs, generally around $1020). Graphing calculators are recommended, but unnecessary. The calculator on your cell phone or computer may not be used during an exam.

MATH 3316 – Advanced Calculus
MATH 3318 – Inquiry and Proof
MATH 3320 – Applied Statistics

 Introduction to the Practice of Statistics, eighth edition, by Moore, McCabe, and Craig. ISBN 9781464158933.
 A calculator is recommended, and we will be using Minitab, which is widely available in the computer labs on campus.

MATH 3345 – Problem Solving
MATH 4331 – Introduction to Complex Analysis

 Fundamentals of Complex Analysis with Applications to Engineering, Science, and Mathematics, third edition, by Saff and Snider. ISBN 9780139078743.

MATH 4342 – Abstract Algebra

 Abstract Algebra: An Introduction, third edition, by Thomas W. Hungerford ISBN 9781111569624

MATH 4343 – Topology
Keep Moore/McCabe for M3320. There is a ninth edition, but I’d prefer to keep the 8th.