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The Algebra/Calculus Prep Pathway begins with College Algebra and is intended for STEM majors in the School of Applied Science/Engineering Technolog; science, math and social science majors in liberal arts, and for business and a select few health programs.

Many of the students in this pathway are in a program of study that prepares them to transfer to a four-year institution to complete a bachelors degree.

Classes you will take:

If you have chosen a program within the Algebra/Calculus Prep Pathway then you will register for one of the classes below.  If you are college-ready, meaning you have assessed using ACT/SAT/PSAT scores, high school GPA, previous college courses or degree, or you have scored well on the Accuplacer, they you could be placed in MATH 135, 136, or 137 depending on your program of study.  If you have assessed below college-ready and need to enroll in college prep classes first, you will be placed in either MATH 023 or MATH 100 depending on your Accuplacer score and/or your ACT/SAT/PSAT scores, high school GPA, and previous college courses or degree. 

In this pathway, your journey through MATH will look like this.  Please talk to your academic advisor about your specific situation:

Degrees in this Pathway:

Accounting (AS) Electrical Engineering Technology Nanotechnology
Agriculture (AS) Electronics and Computer Technology Physical Therapist Assistant
Biotechnology Engineering Technology Pre-Engineering
Building Construction Management (AS) Hospitality Administration (AS) Radiation Therapy
Business Administration (AS) Imaging Sciences Software Development (AS)
Chemical Technology Informatics (AS) Supply Chain Mgmt/Logistics
Computer Science Kinesiology
Cyber Security/Information Assurance Liberal Arts (AS)
Database Management & Administration (AS) Mechanical Engineering Technology

Please note that this is an overview of math changes.  Please meet with your academic advisor to discuss your specific situation based on your specific educational goals.