Math Corequisite Courses
Math corequisite courses serve two purposes for students. Some students will choose
to add a corequisite math class for extra support with their instructor while other students will choose to add a corequisite math
class to complete their math requirement faster. These courses will be offered in fall and spring semesters starting Fall 2018.
Click below to get additional details about each corequisite course:


 Math 5  Essential Topics from Prealgebra2.0 Units (Not Degree Applicable)Pass/No PassYou are eligible for Math 51 + Math 5 if you passed LERN 49 with a C or better, are Math 50 or Math 51 eligible by assessment, passed Math 50 with a C or better, or are repeating Math 51.Math 5 is intended to be paired with a corresponding math lecture section of Elementary Algebra (Math 51). Justintime support will focus on essential prealgebra prerequisite skills needed for success in the corequisite course. Appropriate for all majors (including STEM majors) who are concurrently enrolled in Elementary Algebra (Math 51). Prealgebra review topics include order of operations, exponents, geometry, ratios and proportions, solving linear equations, basic graphing techniques, simplifying polynomial and rational expressions, greatest common factor, least common multiple, and applications.
 Math 7  Essential Topics from Elementary Algebra2.0 Units (Not Degree Applicable)Pass/No PassYou are eligible for Math 71 + Math 7 if you passed Math 50 with a C or better, are Math 51 or Math 71 eligible by assessment, passed Math 51 or Math 51 B with a C or better, or are repeating Math 71.Math 7 is intended to be paired with a corresponding math lecture section of Intermediate Algebra (Math 71). Justintime support will focus on essential elementary algebra prerequisite skills needed for success in the corequisite course. Appropriate for all majors (Including STEM majors) who are concurrently enrolled in Intermediate Algebra (Math 71). Elementary algebra review topics include real numbers and their properties, simplifying algebraic expressions, simplifying integer exponents, solving a variety of equations, graphing techniques, writing equations of lines, introduction to functions and relations, complex fractions, simplifying polynomial, rational, and radical expressions, and applications.
 Math 13  Essential Topics from Intermediate Algebra2.0 Units (Not Degree Applicable)Pass/No PassYou are eligible for Math 130 + Math 13 if you passed Math 51 with a C or better, are Math 71 or Math 130 eligible by assessment, passed Math 71 or Math 71B with a C or better, or are repeating Math 130.Math 13 is intended to be paired with a corresponding math lecture section of College Algebra (Math 130). Justintime support will focus on essential intermediate algebra prerequisite skills needed for success in the corequisite course. Appropriate for all majors (including STEM majors) who are concurrently enrolled in College Algebra (Math 130). Intermediate algebra review topics include simplifying algebraic expressions, simplifying integer and rational exponents, factoring polynomials, solving a variety of equations, solving systems of equations, graphing techniques, writing equations of lines, introduction to functions and relations, complex fractions, simplifying polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic expressions, expanding binomials, and applications.
 Math 18  Essential Topics from Precalculus2.0 Units (Not Degree Applicable)Pass/No PassYou are eligible for Math 180 + Math 18 if you passed Math 150 with a C or better, are Math 160 or Math 180 eligible by assessment, passed Math 160 with a C or better, or are repeating Math 180.Math 18 is intended to be paired with a corresponding math lecture section of Calculus and Analytic Geometry (Math 180). Justintime support will focus on essential precalculus prerequisite skills needed for success in the corequisite course. Appropriate for all majors (including STEM majors) who are concurrently enrolled in Calculus and Analytic Geometry (Math 180). Precalculus review topics include basic functions and transformations, finding equations of lines, difference quotient, asymptotes, manipulating absolute value inequalities, finding zeros of polynomial functions, composing functions, application of geometry and Pythagorean theorem, finding areas under curve using geometric formula, and series notation.
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