Developmental Courses - Mathematics Department

Developmental Courses

PRE-COLLEGE MATH COURSES: Courses code beginning with "0"
 
"C" is the minimum grade for movement to a higher level and for completion of a requirement.
 

Basic Mathematics (MA010) – 4.5 credits

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This course reviews basic computational operations in arithmetic and their applications. Topics include proportions, geometry applications, graphs and introductions to algebraic concepts.

Basic Mathematics A (MA010A) - 3.5 credits

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This course covers the study of basic computational operations in arithmetic.  Topics include arithmetic operations, fractions, decimal numbers, percents, and signed numbers.

Basic Mathematics B (MA010B) - 3.5 credits

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Application of basic computational skills necessary to solve problems encountered in life and work situations.

Accelerated Algebra (MA025) - 4 credits

Outline & Syllabus (doc)

Introduction to the fundamental concepts and processes of elementary algebra.Topics include algebraic expressions, linear equations, polynomials, radicals, solving quadratic equations, linear systems and graphing.

Algebra A (MA025A) - 3.5 credits

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Introduction to the fundamental concepts and processes of elementary algebra.Topics include the properties of real numbers, algebraic expressions, linear equations, polynomials and factoring.

Algebra B (MA025B) - 3.5 credits

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Continuation of MA025A. Topics include graphing of linear equations, methods of solving linear equations, radicals and solving quadratic equations.

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