General education guidelines for taking math courses
When deciding which Mathematics course is right for you, please consider the following:
Not for credit (for General Education or Graduation):
Courses for General Education Credit (listed in order of difficulty)
Contemporary Math - a relatively easy math appreciation course that includes some discrete math, statistics, and geometry. Recommended for humanities, communications, arts, and education majors
Introduction to Geometry - an elementary geometry course for general audience
Elementary Statistics - basic introduction to statistics not appropriate for business or science majors but recommended for communications or social science majors.
College Algebra- a relatively difficult course. It is a prerequisite for Calculus T & A.
PreCalculus - prepares students for Calculus I, Statistics I, and Discrete Math- recommended for students who score less than 60 on the CLM placement tests. It is a prerequisite for Calculus I.
Structures of Mathematics - primarily for elementary and special education majors
Calculus: Techniques and Applications - calculus course for Business Majors
Statistics I & II - Two semester sequence for Business and Science Majors
Discrete Mathematics - For Math and Liberal Studies Majors
Discrete Structures - for Computer Science majors
Calculus I, II - two semester sequence for STEM