Mathematics
General education guidelines for taking math courses When deciding which Mathematics course is right for you, please consider the following: Not for credit:
Not for General Education Credit Intermediate Algebra - roughly equivalent to Algebra II in high school and should be taken before taking College Algebra or Precalculus if needed
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 prepares students for Calculus T & A and Statistics I PreCalculus - prepares students for Calculus I, Statistics I, and Discrete Math- recommended for students who score less than 60 on the CLM placement tests. 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 Accelerated Calculus I, II - two semester sequence for Engineering majors |