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MAT0058 Foundations of College Mathematics II, Module Course

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2 credit hour(s) Fall | Spring | Summer
Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement and initial diagnostic assessment scores or voluntary enrollment. Students are highly encouraged to consult with an academic advisor before choosing their developmental mathematics course.
This is a self-paced, computer-mediated course designed to allow students who, through their initial diagnostic assessment, have shown mastery of most of the topics in the second-level developmental mathematics course the opportunity to accelerate through the course. Students are given the ALEKS Initial Assessment to identify skills in the developmental math sequence not yet mastered. An individual learning plan is established and students are assigned to the module(s) containing the competencies they need to master to show readiness for college-credit mathematics courses. The individualized program is administered through the ALEKS computer-based learning and assessment platform. Through individualized learning plans, students show mastery of fundamental arithmetic and algebraic concepts necessary for   or  . Successful completion of this course requires students complete all prescribed modules and achieve a score of 70% or greater on the course assessment. Successful completion of the course leads to one of the gateway college-credit mathematics course options. Does not count toward A.A. degree or A.S. degree.

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