The ASC offers three math classes to help prepare students for their college level math courses. Placement in these courses is based on COMPASS, ACT and/or SAT scores and advisor recommendations.
Credits for these courses DO NOT apply toward graduation requirements nor do they fulfill Academic Foundations requirements. However, the credits do count towards enrollment status for financial aid.
|Course||M 061||M 090||M 095|
|Course Description||Covers pre-algebra concepts involving terminology, fractions, decimals, percent, ratio and proportion, measurement, geometry, and statistics.||This course covers introductory algebraic concepts involving terminology, exponents, operations on rational numbers, multiplication of polynomials, and basic factoring.||This course begins with a brief review of elementary algebraic concepts and then covers more advanced factoring, operations on rational expressions and radical expressions, quadratic equations, the rectangular coordinate system, and exponential and logarithmic functions.|
|Who should take this course?|| Students with the following placement scores:
and 0-15 Algebra
Students with the following placement scores:
| Students with the following placement scores:
|There is no text required for this course this semester. All materials will be provided to students free of charge.