MATHEMATICS 78 www. s k y l i n e c o l l e g e . e d u F A L L 2 0 19 C L A S S E S Math Placement Students may use a variety of measures for appropriate placement into the pathways depicted below. These include EAP, IB, ELM, SAT, ACT, and AP exam scores; High School Transcripts; and Guided Self Placement. Please see the Assessment Center for more information: call (650) 738-4150, email [email protected] , or go to Building 2, 1st floor, office 2118. MATH 190 (6 units) MATH 890 (2 units) MATH 800 (2 units) MATH 201 (3 units) MATH 200 (4 units) MATH 150 (3 units) MATH 830 (1 units) MATH 241 (5 units) MATH 243 (4 units) MATH 841 (1 units) MATH 130 (4 units) MATH 222 (5 units) MATH 251 (5 units) MATH 252 (5 units) MATH 253 (5 units) MATH 270 (3 units) MATH 275 (3 units) MATH 225 (6 units) Equivalent to MATH 130 and MATH 222 MATH 825 (2 units) Math 890 may be recommended as a co-requisite with Math 190 to support student success MATH 120 (5 units) MATH 820 (3 units) Math 820 may be recommended as a co-requisite with Math 120 to support student success Note: BUS. 120, BUS. 123 and PSYC 171 also meet quantitative reasoning requirement for transfer. Math 825 may be recommended as a co-requisite with Math 225 to support student success Math 841 may be recommended as a co-requisite with Math 241 to support student success Math 830 may be recommended as a co-requisite with Math 130 to support student success Math 800 may be recommended as a co-requisite with Math 200 to support student success Business, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (B-STEM) Pathway T R A N S F E R A B L E C O U R S E S IMPORTANT Which Transfer math courses you take depends on your transfer destination and your intended major. To select the appropriate math class, see a counselor and use PROJECT ASSIST (www.assist.org ) to retrieve course articulation information. Statistics and Liberal Arts Mathematics (SLAM) Pathway T R A N S F E R A B L E C O U R S E S

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