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MAT 0018 Developmental Math I Course Description

Developmental Mathematics 1 is a course designed for students who need to strengthen their mathematical background.  A portion of the course assignments are to be completed on line on My Math Lab (www.mymathlab.com) This course must be passed with a minimum grade of "C" and is not intended to satisfy general education requirements in mathematics or to count toward required hours for graduation. This course will also prepare you for the next course in this sequence MAT 0028 Developmental Mathematics 2.

MAT 0028 Developmental Math II Course Description
Developmental Mathematics 2 is a course designed for students who need to strengthen their mathematical backgrounds in Pre-Algebra and Algebra topics.  A portion of the course assignments are to be completed on line on My Math Lab (www.mymathlab.com) This course must be passed with a minimum grade of "C" on the MAT 28 Final Exam and is not intended to satisfy general education requirements in mathematics or to count toward required hours for graduation. This course will also prepare you for your required math courses for your major curriculum.

MAT 0015 Developmental Writing I Course Description

Developmental Writing I is the first of two required college preparatory writing courses designed to improve students’ critical thinking as well as oral and written communication skills. This course consists of three hours of classroom instruction but does not carry credit towards the academic major curriculum or graduation. Students must pass Developmental Writing I in order to enroll in Developmental Writing II (ENC 0025).

ENC 0025 Developmental Writing II Course Description
Developmental Writing II is the second of two required college preparatory writing courses designed to improve students’ critical thinking as well as oral and written communication skills. This course consists of three hours of classroom instruction but does not carry credit towards the academic major curriculum or graduation. Students must pass Developmental Writing II in order to enroll in Freshman Communicative Skills I (ENC1101).