Mathematics Course Overview
Math courses numbered 100 and above transfer to 4-year colleges and universities. Which transfer-level math courses should you take? This primarily depends on your major. It is important to meet with a counselor for math course selection.
Math Corequisite Support Courses
Math corequisites courses offer extra support for most of our math courses. For example, Math 13 is a corequisite that offers extra support for its target course, Math 130 (College Algebra).All math corequisites are 2 units, pass/no pass, taught by the same instructor as the target course. Corequisite courses provide:
- More classroom time with the instructor
- More in-class help with challenging topics
- More peer interaction
- More tools to prepare for quizzes/exams
Statistics has two options for support:
- Math 110 + Math 11 (corequisite support model)
- Math 110S (active learning support model)
Pre-Transfer-Level Math Courses
Math courses with numbers below 100 are pre-transfer-level math courses. These are a consideration if you feel that you need more time developing your algebra skills before taking a transfer-level math course. Additionally, arithmetic skills are covered in LERN 48 and LERN 49.
To help you know what to expect, we have created sample problems and solutions for each math course. Click here to access these sample problems. To the right is an example: