New Math Pathways -
All students in the NMP program will take 2 courses the first semester, a developmental mathematics course and a credit student success course as listed below.
The common starting point for all three mathematics pathways, the Foundations course builds the mathematical skills and understanding necessary for success in a quantitative literacy, statistics, or algebra course.
Instructors will be Dr. Paul Foutz and Paula Talley.
Student Learning Outcomes
Taught as a co-requisite to the Foundations course, Frameworks teaches concepts from the learning sciences to help developmental math students acquire the strategies and tenacity necessary to succeed in mathematics, in other college coursework, and in their future careers and lives as citizens.
Instructor will be Debbie Gilmore.
During the second semester, students will choose to take one of the three courses or paths below.
Students can start this path Fall 2014
The college-level course in the Quantitative Literacy pathway serves students focused on developing quantitative literacy skills that will be meaningful for their professional, civic, and personal lives.
Students can start this path Fall 2015
The STEM Prep pathway prepares students to enter the Calculus track or technical programs that require strong algebraic skills.