• Important Math Enrollment Update (click to read)

    Math placement rules have changed. Any student, first-time or continuing, who was placed into Math 33 or 53, has the option to enroll in one of the following higher-level math courses regardless of whether they've started a math sequence or not. Students are encouraged to consult a counselor to discuss which option would best meet their preparation and goals.

    Math 73: Intermediate Algebra

    Intermediate Algebra is the course that most business, Science, technology, engineering & mathematics majors take to prepare for transfer to a four-year university. Students in these majors will need the skills obtained in this course for courses they are required to take later. This course meets the math requirement for an AA/AS degree.

    Math 62: Pre-Statistics

    This course prepares students to take a transfer-level statistics course to fulfill their transfer-level general education math requirement and/or statistics major requirement for programs that don't require additional higher-level math courses.

    Math 60: Geometry

    This course meets the math requirement for an AA/AS degree.


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