MAT 101◊ Quantitative Literacy
Last Update Effective: 1/18/16
Intended for students in areas of study not requiring calculus or advanced mathematics. Applications of ratio and measurement to real-world situations, including percentages, linear and exponential modeling with a focus on environmental applications and basic descriptive statistics.
Intermediate Algebra and Geometry demonstrable through a COMPASS Algebra score of 66-100 and a COMPASS College Algebra score of 31-45, or a Math ACT score of 23 (within the past two years), or MAT 080 or MAT 085 or MAT 096 or MAT 103◊. A grade of "C "or better is required for all prerequisite Math courses.
Lecture: 3 hours — IAI: M1 901