MATH COURSE ELIGIBILITY

 

            In order to enroll in a math course, a student must be eligible for the course.  Course eligibility requirements are shown below.  A student must satisfy at least one of the listed conditions to be eligible for a course.

 

MGF 1106/1107

       SAT Quantitative score greater than 460 or ACT Math score greater than 20, or

       Placement by SMS test

 

MAC 1105

       SAT Quantitative score greater than 460 or ACT Math score greater than 20, or

       Placement by SMS test

 

MAC 1114

       Credit for a course in College Algebra (e.g. MAC 1105) with a grade of C- or better, or

       SAT Quantitative score of 600 or better or ACT Math score of 26 or better, or

       AMP Algebra Group A3 or A4, or

       Credit by exam

 

MAC 1140

       Credit for a course in College Algebra (e.g. MAC 1105) with a grade of C- or better, or

       SAT Quantitative score of 600 or better or ACT Math score of 26 or better, or

       AMP Algebra Group A3 or A4, or

       Credit by exam

 

MAC 2233

       Credit for MAC 1105 (not MAC 1102) with a grade of C- or better, or

       Credit for MAC 1141 or MAC 1140 with a grade of C- or better, or

       AMP Algebra Group A3 or A4, or

       Credit by exam

 

MAC 2311

       Credit for MAC 1140 and MAC 1114 with a grade of C- or better, or

       AMP Groups A4 and T3, or

       Credit for MAC 2233 with a grade of C- or better[1], or

       Credit by exam

 

MAC 2311 Honors

       Be accepted in the Honors Program and

       Qualify for enrollment in MAC 2311 or

       Receive Department of Mathematics permission (cf. Associate Chair)

 

MAC 2312

       Credit for MAC 2311 with a grade of C- or better, or

       AMP Calculus score of 17 or higher, or

       Credit by exam

 

MAC 2312 Honors

       In Honors Program and a grade of C- or better in MAC 2311 H, or

       AMP  Groups A4 and T3 and a Calculus score of 19 or higher, or

       AP (AB) score of 5 or higher



[1] Must take 2311 for 2 hours reduced credit. Must take MAC 1114 concurrently.