If you are a B.A., B.F.A. or B.S. student & need to satisfy your Mathematics Proficiency requirement, the information below will help you identify a course that you can take.
If you scored a 4 or 5 on the AB or BC Advanced Placement (AP) exam, congratulations, you've already satisfied you math requirement.
If this is not the case, you'll need to take one course in mathematics. Use the chart below to help figure out which class is best for you.
Course | Description |
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Math 1110Probability and Statistics I |
Prerequisite: High School Algebra. This class serves as an introductory statistics course with no Calculus. |
Math 1140Statistics for Business |
Prerequisite: High School Algebra and INFO 1010. This course serves as an introductory statistics course for those with interests in business. |
Math 1150Introduction to Calculus |
Prerequisite: High School Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry. This course is an introduction to Calculus I. |
Math 1210Calculus I |
Prerequisite: High School Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry. This course covers all the materials of Calculus I. |
Math 1310Consolidated Calculus |
Prerequisite: A prior knowledge of Calculus. A score of 3 or higher in the Calculus AP test or permission of the undergraduate. A student may not receive credit for both 1220 and 1310. Students with no prior AP credit in calculus may gain credit for 121 by getting a B- or better in 1310 in addition to credit in 1310. |
If you're a Bachelor of Science student, you'll need six math credits (2 courses). Use the chart to figure out AP credit (if any) that you can use for the requirement.
AP score of... | you'll receive credit for... | which satisfies... |
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4 or 5 on the AB exam | Math 1210 (Calculus I) | 1 course requirement |
3 on the BC exam 3 on the BC exam with a 4 or 5 on the AB subsection |
No credit Math 1310 (Consolidated Calculus) |
1 course requirement |
4 or 5 on the BC exam | Math 1210 (Calculus I) & Math 1220 (Calculus II) | Both course requirements |
If this is the case, then you must satisfy 2 course credits in one of the following ways:
If you want to take Calculus I over 2 semesters you must take the following courses:
If you want to finish Calculus I in 1semester you must take the following:
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