Uses real-life, scenario-based instruction where each mathematical concept is taught using small, useful, real-life mathematical scenarios. Uses a modeling approach to help students determine in which real-life scenario they would use which mathematical concept or skill for solving problems. Covers models of integers, fractions, decimals, percentages and percentage change, ratio and rate, basic descriptive statistics, charts, and graphs, linear growth, and exponential growth. Demonstrates mathematics as a tool for modeling specific real-life situations. Uses calculators, computer software, and the Internet, and that they are used as tools for understanding. Prepares students for MAT1030, Quantitative Reasoning.

Reviews core concepts and skills in arithmetic and basic algebra. Uses an in-depth function and graphing based approach to teach Intermediate Algebra and focuses on conceptual understanding as well as algebraic skill. Covers linear, polynomial, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic and rational, functions from algebraic and graphical perspectives. Extends students’ mathematical reasoning practice to a collegiate and academic approach in mathematical thinking. Prepares students for MAT 1030, STAT 1040, MATH 1050 and MATH 1090.

Uses an in-depth function and graphing based approach to teach Intermediate Algebra and focuses on conceptual understanding as well as algebraic skill. Covers linear, polynomial, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic and rational, functions from algebraic and graphical perspectives. Extends students’ mathematical reasoning practice to a collegiate and academic approach in mathematical thinking. Prepares students for MAT 1030, STAT 1040, MATH 1050 and MATH 1090.

Teaches how to communicate, interpret, and analyze quantitative information found in the media and in everyday life to make sound personal, professional, and civic decisions. This course satisfies the General Education requirement for some majors. MAT 1030 is not a prerequisite for STAT 1040 or 1045, MATH 1050, 1055, 1090, or any other math course.

Teaches students to communicate, interpret, and analyze quantitative information found in the media and in everyday life to make sound personal, professional, and civic decisions. Provides the necessary algebraic content taught in context. This course covers the same content as MAT 1030 with additional algebra topics integrated into the curriculum. Like MAT 1030, it satisfies the General Education requirement for some majors.

Focuses on building a conceptual understanding of the definitions and operations of algebraic expressions and equations. Introduces students to numerical and algebraic topics, including real numbers and sets; radicals; variables, expressions, and equations; linear equations and inequalities in one variable; tables, charts and graphs; linear equations and systems of linear equations in two variables; polynomials; and quadratic equations in two variables. Prepares students for function and graphing based mathematical reasoning of MAT 1010 (Intermediate Algebra) or MAT 1015 (Intermediate Algebra with Integrated Review). Appropriate placement (within two years) by a placement exam.

Designed as a follow-up to MATH 100R for students who desire to make further progress in their math placement through individualized instruction. Includes a diagnostic test of mathematical knowledge base which is used to develop an individualized learning plan. Provides targeted intervention to increase foundational mathematics knowledge. May be Graded Credit/No Credit. May be repeated for a maximum of 3 credits.