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Mathematics

(Course Flow Chart and Course Descriptions)

  • Adult Basic Education - Call Hubbs Center at 651-290-4822. The Center is a state government funded adult learning center; it offers an Accuplacer test preparation course focusing on preparing for the Accuplacer tests. This course is designed for students who completed the Accuplacer tests and placed at the Adult Basic Education level. Its aim is to place students into higher level courses when retaking the tests. Please call 651-290-4822 for specific information.
  • MATH 098 (Introduction to Mathematical Thinking)
  • MATH 102 (Mathematics of Sustainability)
  • MATH 110 (Math for Liberal Arts)
  • MATH 115 (College Algebra)
  • MATH 120 (Precalculus)
  • STAT 201 (Statistics I)
  • PHIL 204 (Introduction to Symbolic Logic)
  • MATH 210 (Calculus)
  • MATH 215 (Discrete Math)

Reading

(Course Flow Chart and Course Descriptions)

  • Adult Basic Education - Call Hubbs Center at 651-290-4822.
  • Appropriate developmental courses - If you place at this level and you have not completed any college-level reading and composition courses, you need to take courses at nearby community or technical colleges first. Go to Developmental Courses for reference. If you have further questions, contact your academic advisor or call Placement Assessment at 651-793-1537 or 651-793-1464.
  • RDNG 112 (The Educated Reader Analytical Reading), LING 111 (Vocabulary Study)
  • You may select courses appropriate for your college program.

Writing

(Course Flow Chart and Course Descriptions)

  • WRIT 101 (Introduction to College Writing)
  • WRIT 121 (Writing I Intensive)
  • WRIT 131 (Writing I), WRIT 132 (Written and Visual Communication)


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