For those in technology programs who have not completed one year of algebra and one year of geometry or who need to review beginning algebra and geometry. Covers a review of arithmetic; signed numbers; scientific notation; measurement conversions; and an introduction to beginning algebra, geometry, and statistics. Emphasizes practical technical applications and requires the use of a scientific calculator.
Credit for Prior College-Level Learning
Effective with the Spring 1997 semester, the Mathematics Division will grant credit by examination for Math 100 under the following conditions:
- Eligibility will be limited to graduates from high school programs that fulfill the conditions as stated in the Career Technical Articulation Agreements signed by the College President.
- A student must petition the Mathematics Division for credit by examination within the first fifteen (15) months after graduation from high school.
- This examination will be developed by the Mathematics Division and will measure a student's mastery of the course content as listed in the most recent Math 100 course master approved by the Mathematics Division.
- A student will have only one opportunity to take this examination, and a minimum score of 70% will be required for the granting of credit.
- Credit will not be granted unless the student subsequently passes Math 103 with a grade of "C" or better. Initial enrollment in Math 103 must take place within fifteen (15) months of the successful completion of the Math 100 examination.
- It is the responsibility of the student to petition the Mathematics Division in writing for the final granting of credit in Math 100.
- The Mathematics Associate Dean will notify the College Registrar when all conditions for receiving credit are satisfied. The student transcript will record a grade of TR for Math 100, and this grade will be treated in the same fashion as any credit transferred in from another college or university.