Two courses from this area may count toward graduation.
DEVL0900 Developmental Mathematics: Beginning Algebra 3 s.h.
Designed for students with little or no background in algebra. A review of basic arithmetic skills and an introduction to algebra. The algebra component includes the language of algebra, signed numbers, an overview of equations and inequalities, an introduction to polynomials, and laws of exponents. Does not count for general education credit. This course and DEVL1200 are prerequisites to all freshman level MATH courses for students with ACT Math scores 16 and below or SAT Math scores 420 and below. Students required to enroll in this course must achieve a “C” or better. Additional fee required.
DEVL1200 Developmental Mathematics: Intermediate Algebra 3 s.h.
Designed for students who have completed DEVL0900 or with instructor approval. Includes factoring, algebraic fractions, graphing linear equations, exponents, radicals and quadratic equations. Does not count for general education credit. Students required to enroll in this course must achieve a “C” or better. Additional fee required.
DEVL1250 Basics of English 3 s.h.
Deals with difficulties common to underprepared writers. Emphasizes control of writing mechanics and organization. This course is a prerequisite to ENGL1100 Discourse I for students with ACT English scores 15 and below or SAT English scores 480 and below. Students must achieve at least a “C” before being permitted to take ENGL1100.
DEVL1930 Topics: Basics of English II 3 s.h.
Designed to supply additional instruction to help students improve their skills in writing correct sentences, paragraphs, short essays, basic research papers, and reading responses. Prerequisite: DEVL1250 and instructor’s consent. For Student Support Services participants only.