Updated March 25, 2019 Major * - Select -AccountingAfrican American StudiesAnthropologyArtAsian and Asian American StudiesAviation AdministrationBiochemistryBiologyBusiness AdministrationChemistryChild Development (Option I)Child Development (Option II)Civil EngineeringCommunicationCommunicative DisordersComputer Information SystemsComputer ScienceCriminal JusticeEconomicsElectrical EngineeringEngineering with Special OptionsEnglishExercise ScienceFinance and LawFire Protection Administration and TechnologyFood Science & TechnologyGeographyGeologyGraphic Communication (CS option)Graphic Communication (management option)HistoryIndustrial TechnologyKinesiologyLatin American StudiesLiberal StudiesManagementMarketingMathematicsMechanical EngineeringMexican-American StudiesMicrobiologyModern Languages and LiteratureMusicNatural ScienceNursingNutritional SciencePhilosophyPhysicsPolitical SciencePsychologyPublic HealthRehabilitation ServicesSocial WorkSociologyTelevison, Film & Media StudiesTheatre Arts and DanceUrban Learning Math placement information * - Select -- GE Requirement Completed (Math Placement Category I)- Academic support course not needed with GE course (Math Placement Category II)- Academic support course required with GE course (Math Placement Category III)- Early Start Math required, and academic support course required with GE course (Math Placement Category IV)- Continuing student who passed MATH 930 or equivalent, got at least 50 on ELM, or was exempt from ELM (Math Placement Category V) You have met the GE B4 requirement. Which math class you should take next depends on how you met this requirement. If you passed an AP or IB test, you may be able to get course credit. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your first math course should be MATH 1040 (PreCalculus). After MATH 1040, your next math class will be MATH 2110 (Calculus I). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your first math course should be MATH 1082 (PreCalculus: Functions, with lab) or ESM 1082 + ESM 0082 (if you participate in Early Start). After either ESM 1082 or MATH 1082, your next math class will be MATH 1083 (PreCalculus: Trigonometry). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Over the summertime, you should take ESM 1082 + ESM 0082, which is equivalent to MATH 1082. Your next math class will be MATH 1083 (PreCalculus: Trigonometry). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your next math course should be MATH 1040 (PreCalculus), followed by MATH 2110 (Calculus I). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. You have met the GE B4 requirement. Which math class you should take next depends on how you met this requirement. If you passed an AP or IB test, you may be able to get course credit. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your next math course should be MATH 1081 (PreCalculus: Functions) or MATH 1082 (PreCalculus: Functions, with lab), followed by MATH 1085 (Discrete Mathematical Models). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your first math course should be MATH 1082 (PreCalculus: Functions, with lab) or ESM 1082 + ESM 0082 (if you participate in Early Start). After either ESM 1082 or MATH 1082, your next math class will be MATH 1085 (Discrete Mathematical Models). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your next math course should be MATH 1081 (PreCalculus: Functions) or MATH 1082 (PreCalculus: Functions, with lab), followed by MATH 1085 (Discrete Mathematical Models). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your next math course should be MATH 1081 (PreCalculus: Functions). After MATH 1081, your next math class will be MATH 1085 (Discrete Mathematical Models). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. This information is current as of April 2018. Please inform the Math Department if anything written here is incorrect, outdated, or incomplete, so we can make the appropriate changes. Back to the General Math Advisement page. You have met the GE B4 requirement. Which math class you should take next depends on how you met this requirement. If you passed an AP or IB test, you may be able to get course credit. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your next math course should be MATH 1081 (PreCalculus: Functions) or MATH 1082 (PreCalculus: Functions, with lab), followed by MATH 1085 (Discrete Mathematical Models). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your first math course should be MATH 1082 (PreCalculus: Functions, with lab) or ESM 1082 + ESM 0082 (if you participate in Early Start). After either ESM 1082 or MATH 1082, your next math class will be MATH 1085 (Discrete Mathematical Models). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Over the summertime, you should take ESM 1082 + ESM 0082, which is equivalent to MATH 1082. Your next math class will be MATH 1085 (Discrete Mathematical Models). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your next math course should be MATH 1081 (PreCalculus: Functions) or MATH 1082 (PreCalculus: Functions, with lab), followed by MATH 1085 (Discrete Mathematical Models). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. You have met the GE B4 requirement. Which math class you should take next depends on how you met this requirement. If you passed an AP or IB test, you may be able to get course credit. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your next math course should be MATH 1081 (PreCalculus: Functions) or MATH 1082 (PreCalculus: Functions, with lab). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your first math course should be MATH 1082 (PreCalculus: Functions, with lab) or ESM 1082 + ESM 0082 (if you participate in Early Start). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Over the summertime, you should take ESM 1082 + ESM 0082, which is equivalent to MATH 1082. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your next math course should be MATH 1081 (PreCalculus: Functions) or MATH 1082 (PreCalculus: Functions, with lab). See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. You have met the GE B4 requirement. Your major requires that you either take a GE Statistics course (MATH 1092 or EDFN 1092), or that you've gotten credit for this course in some other way, such as an AP or IB test. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, you should take any one of the following courses: MATH 1092 or EDFN 1092. You may also choose to take the supported versions of these courses: MATH 1090 + MATH 1091 or EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, you should do one of the following: take MATH 1090 + MATH 1091 OR take EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Over the summertime, you have two options: Take ESM 1090 + ESM 0090, which are equivalent to MATH 1090 or EDFN 1090. If you pass the ESM courses, you will have completed GE B4. Take ESM 1005. If you choose the second option, then you should do one of the following in the Fall to meet your GE B4 requirement: take MATH 1090 + MATH 1091 OR take EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, you should take either MATH 1092 or EDFN 1092. You may also choose to take the supported versions of these courses: MATH 1090 + MATH 1091 or EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091. Back to the General Math Advisement page. You have met the GE B4 requirement. Your major requires that you either take a GE Statistics course (EDFN 1092 is recommended; MATH 1092 is allowed), or that you've gotten credit for this course in some other way, such as an AP or IB test. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, you should take EDFN 1092. You may also choose to take the supported version of this course, EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091. MATH 1092 or its supported version, MATH 1090 + MATH 1091, are also allowed. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, you should take EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091. You are allowed to take MATH 1090 + MATH 1091 instead. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Over the summertime, you have two options: Take ESM 1090 + ESM 0090, which are equivalent to EDFN 1090. If you pass the ESM courses, you will have completed GE B4. Take ESM 1005. If you choose the second option, then you should take EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091 in the Fall to meet your GE B4 requirement. You are allowed to take MATH 1090 + MATH 1091 instead. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, you should take EDFN 1092. You may also choose to take the supported version of this course, EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091. MATH 1092 or its supported version, MATH 1090 + MATH 1091, are also allowed. Back to the General Math Advisement page. You have met the GE B4 requirement. Your first math course should be MATH 1100. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your first math course should be MATH 1100. You may choose to also enroll in Math 1101 at the same time. After MATH 1100, you should take MATH 1150. Please note that MATH 1100 does not meet the GE B4 requirement, but MATH 1150 does. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. You should take MATH 1100 + MATH 1101. After MATH 1100, you should take MATH 1150. Please note that MATH 1100 does not meet the GE B4 requirement, but MATH 1150 does. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Over the summertime, you should take ESM 1005. In the Fall, you should take MATH 1100 + MATH 1101. After MATH 1100, you should take MATH 1150. Please note that MATH 1100 does not meet the GE B4 requirement, but MATH 1150 does. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your next math course should be MATH 1100. You may choose to also enroll in Math 1101 at the same time. After MATH 1100, you should take MATH 1150. Please note that MATH 1100 does not meet the GE B4 requirement, but MATH 1150 does. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. You have met the GE B4 requirement. Your major does not have any specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, you should take any one of the following courses: MATH 1002, MATH 1092, EDFN 1092, PHIL 1080. You may also choose to take the supported versions of these courses: MATH 1000 + MATH 1001, MATH 1090 + MATH 1091 EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091, or PHIL 1081. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, you should do one of the following: - take MATH 1000 + MATH 1001 OR - take MATH 1090 + MATH 1091 OR - take EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091 OR PHIL 1081. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Over the summertime, you should take ESM 1005. In the Fall, to meet your GE B4 requirement, you should do one of the following: - take MATH 1000 + MATH 1001 OR - take MATH 1090 + MATH 1091 OR - take EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091 OR PHIL 1081. To meet your GE B4 requirement, you should take any one of the following courses: MATH 1002, MATH 1092, EDFN 1092, or PHIL 1080. You may also choose to take the supported versions of these courses: MATH 1000 + MATH 1001, MATH 1090 + MATH 1091, EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091, or PHIL 1081. Back to the General Math Advisement page. You have met the GE B4 requirement. Your major does not have any specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, your major department recommends that you take any one of the following courses: MATH 1092 or EDFN 1092. You may also choose to take the supported versions of these courses: MATH 1090 + MATH 1091 or EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, your major department recommends that you do one of the following: - take MATH 1090 + MATH 1091 OR - take EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Over the summertime, you have two options: Take ESM 1090 + ESM 0090, which are equivalent to MATH 1090 or EDFN 1090. If you pass the ESM courses, you will have completed GE B4. Take ESM 1005. If you choose the second option, then you should do one of the following in the Fall to meet your GE B4 requirement: take MATH 1090 + MATH 1091 OR take EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, your major department recommends that you take any one of the following courses: MATH 1090 or EDFN 1090. You may also choose to take the supported versions of these courses: MATH 1090 + MATH 1091 or EDFN 1090 + EDFN 1091. Back to the General Math Advisement page. You have met the GE B4 requirement. Your major does not have any specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, your major department recommends that you take MATH 1002. You may also choose to take the supported version of this course: MATH 1000 + MATH 1001. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, your major department recommends that you take MATH 1000 + MATH 1001. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Over the summertime, you should take ESM 1005. In the Fall, to meet your GE B4 requirement, your major department recommends that you take MATH 1000 + MATH 1001. Back to the General Math Advisement page. To meet your GE B4 requirement, your major department recommends that you take MATH 1002. You may also choose to take the supported version of this course: MATH 1000 + MATH 1001. Back to the General Math Advisement page. You have met the GE B4 requirement. Which math class you should take next depends on how you met this requirement. If you passed an AP or IB test, you may be able to get course credit. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Depending on your option and emphasis, your first math course should be either MATH 1040 (PreCalculus) or MATH 1081 PreCalculus: Functions): Options I and II MATH 1040, then MATH 2110 OR MATH 1040, then MATH 2040 OR MATH 1081, then MATH 1083, then MATH 2110 OR MATH 1081, then MATH 1085, then MATH 2040 (for biology emphasis students) Option III MATH 1040 OR MATH 1081, then MATH 1085. Instead of MATH 1081, you may also choose to take the supported version of the course, MATH 1082. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Your first math course should be MATH 1082 (PreCalculus: Functions, with lab), or ESM 1082 + ESM 0082 (if you participate in Early Start). After either ESM 1082 or MATH 1082, your next math class will depend on your option and emphasis: Options I and II MATH 1083, then MATH 2110 OR MATH 1085, then MATH 2040 (for biology emphasis students) Option III: MATH 1085 See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Over the summertime, you should take b ESM 1082 + ESM 0082, which is equivalent to MATH 1082. Your next math class will depend on your option and emphasis: Options I and II MATH 1083, then MATH 2110 OR MATH 1085, then MATH 2040 (for biology emphasis students) Option III: MATH 1085 See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Depending on your option and emphasis, you should take either MATH 1040 or MATH 1081: Options I and II MATH 1040, then MATH 2110 OR MATH 1040, then MATH 2040 OR MATH 1081, then MATH 1083, then MATH 2110 OR MATH 1081, then MATH 1085, then MATH 2040 (for biology emphasis students) Option III MATH 1040 OR MATH 1081, then MATH 1085. Instead of MATH 1081, you may also choose to take the supported version of the course, MATH 1082. See the course catalog for more details on your program's specific math requirements. Back to the General Math Advisement page. Code (ignore this box) This box is for this web page's internal use only. It will be filled in automatically when you make your selections.