Catalog 2022-2023

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Summer/Winter Bootcamps

MATH 903P
Preparation for Elementary Algebra
MATH 106P
Preparation for Math G and Intermediate Algebra
MATH 104R
Geometry Review in Preparation from Math D and Math 2
MATH TMP1
Preparation for Math 1, D, 2 and 12
MATH TMP2
Preparation for Math 3A
NCMA 110
Preparation for Math 110

Bootcamp courses are designed to prepare students for their next semester long math course.



Non-STEM* Majors

10 / 10H
Elementary Statistics
10C
Optional Co-req
14
Math for Elementary School
G
Math for Liberal Arts
  1. Since transfer requirements vary between UC, CSU and majors, students are strongly recommended to see a Counselor.
  2. Noncredit Math 10 support class avaiable.

Corequisites are additional academic and concurrent support recommended depending on the student’s background and needs. They are Pass/No Pass and not degree applicable.



Business Majors

12
Applied Calculus
12C
Optional Co-req
10 / 10H
Elementary Statistics
10C
Optional Co-req
  1. For Business majors, the Math Department recommends taking Math 12 then Math 10, in that order.
  2. Since transfer requirements vary between UC, CSU and majors, students are strongly recommended to see a Counselor.


STEM* Majors

1C
Optional Co-req
1
Pre-Calculus
D
Trigonometry
 
 
3A
Calculus I
2
Pre-Calculus & Trig
19
Discrete Math
3B
Calculus II
 
 
4A
Intermediate Calculus
4B
Differential Equations
4C
Linear Algebra
  1. Any course with an arrow extending to another course is a pre-requisite for that course.
  2. It is recommended to take Math 1 and then Math D, in that order, to prepare for Math 3A.
  3. Math 2 combines Math 1 & D and is a reasonable option for strong math students.
  4. It is recommended that students take Math 3A before Math 19.
  5. Since transfer requirements vary, psychology and kinesiology students are strongly recommended to see a Counselor.

*STEM – disciplines of science, technology, psychology, kinesiology, engineering, and mathematics.

Last Updated 11/17/22