Tri-C offers the following Mathematics Courses:
Some courses have prerequisite requirements that must be met before you can register. Prerequisites are listed at the end of each course description. Select your course of study and make sure you have the appropriate knowledge and/or skills to be successful in the course in which you wish to enroll.
Review the Mathematics Curriculum Changes for 2016
If you are planning to take courses to transfer to another college work closely with Tri-C counselors to follow transfer guides and agreements set up with our university partners. You can also use Transferology, A free online advising tool designed for transfer students. It provides access to information that will help students plan for their academic future.
The New Pathways
Recommended for students who need essential math skills for their career. MATH 1100 is an exploration into modern mathematical topics that are less computational and instead focused on developing skills in critical thinking, problem solving and logical reasoning. MATH 0990 develops skills in context through algebraic and proportional reasoning. It introduces students to applications in basic statistics, probability, functions, financial literacy and linear and exponential modeling.
An alternative to the traditional calculus route. This pathway is geared toward students in the health career sciences, those on a non-calculus track (including some business majors) and those wishing to obtain a four-year liberal arts degree.
Encompasses the science, technology, engineering and mathematics routes. It also includes Business Calculus and Business Statistics along with Math for Elementary Teachers.