choose your best math pathway

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To determine your best math pathway, select one of the following "Pathway Options" based on your major course of study

pathway option 1

liberal arts & other non-technical majors

If you are planning to major in things like Psychology, History, Art, Ethnic Studies, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Political Science, Health Education, Journalism, Child Development, or other non-technical fields, this is the path for you.

My high school GPA was 3.0 or higher

Recommendation: You should take transfer-level statistics or math for liberal arts -- you don’t need extra support to succeed.

My high school GPA was between 2.3 and 3.0

Recommendation: You should take transfer-level statistics or math for liberal arts -- extra support is recommended to succeed.

My high school GPA was below 2.3

Recommendation: You should take transfer-level statistics or math for liberal arts -- extra support is strongly recommended to succeed.

pathway option 2

b-stem (business, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

If you are planning to major in things like Business Administration, Finance, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Architecture, Computer Science, or other technical fields, this is the path for you.

My high school GPA was 3.4 or higher OR My high school GPA was 2.6 or higher AND I took Calculus in high school

Recommendation: You should take transfer-level algebra or higher -- you don’t need extra support to succeed.

My high school GPA was 2.6 or higher, OR I took Precalculus in high school

Recommendation: You should take transfer-level algebra or higher -- extra support is recommended to succeed.

My high school GPA was below 2.6 and I didn’t take Precalculus

Recommendation: You should take transfer-level algebra -- extra support is strongly recommended to succeed.

If you are not transferring, but are seeking an Associate’s Degree or Certificate only, your program may have specific math requirements. You should check with that program or with a counselor to make sure you are taking the math you need.

 

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So what are you waiting for? To find out more about registering for a transfer-level math class, click the button below to prepare to meet with a counselor.