Developmental Mathematics (DMAT)

DMAT 0300 Beginning Algebra

Real numbers, equations, linear inequalities, graphing linear equations, polynomials, and Euclidean geometry. Students completing course successfully will earn University credit but not credit toward graduation.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of DMAT 0010 or test placement

DMAT 0301 Intermediate Algebra

Real numbers, linear equations, graphs of polynomials, polynomial equations, rational expressions and equations, radical expressions and equations, and functions. Students completing course successfully will earn University credit but not credit toward graduation.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of DMAT 0300 or test placement.

DMAT 0314 Accelerated Inter Algebra

Course is paired with MATH 1314 and is designed to review mathematics skills, including number concepts, computation, elementary algebra, geometry and mathematical reasoning. It provides the necessary academic support for advanced developmental students concurrently enrolled in MATH 1314. Students completing the course successfully will earn University credit but not credit toward graduation.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of DMAT 0300, test placement, or recommendation of TSI academic advisor.