MATH0903: Beginning and Intermediate Algebra
The purpose of this course is to prepare for college level mathematics those students whose mathematics background is inadequate. Content of the course is the language of algebra, fundamental operations, signed numbers, various equations, problem solving, special products and factoring, fractions, functions, graphs, exponents, and systems of linear equations.
Note: The grade in the course will be computed in semester and cumulative grade point averages, but will not be calculated in earned hours. The course may not be used to satisfy general education requirements nor provide credit toward any degree.
Note: The course is repeatable allowing hours for financial aid purposes. All attempts of the course will be included in the semester and cumulative grade point average. Students earning the grade of D*, F*, or FE may repeat the course and petition the Registrar's Office to have the quality hours and quality points removed from the in semester and cumulative grade point averages.
Note: A student must achieve a grade of A*, AQ*, B*, BQ*, C*, or CQ* to satisfy the requirements to enroll in MATH 1003. A student must achieve a grade of A*, B*, or C* to satisfy the requirements to enroll in MATH 1113. A student earning a grade of AN*, BN*, CN*, D*, F*, or FE will be required to reenroll in MATH 0903.