COURSE ELIGIBILITY is required of all students prior to enrolling in any Math course. Course eligibility is obtained by one of the following:

Satisfactorily complete all prerequisite courses.

Math assessment to determine current math skills.

Obtain a Math waiver form from the Counseling Center.

Present to the counseling staff college transcripts showing satisfactory completion of equivalent prerequisite courses. When possible, bring a course description to assist in determining course equivalency.

Students with transcripts from foreign colleges should contact the Mathematics Department or the Counseling Center.

Courses numbered 080 to 090 meet all Title 5 standards for Non-degree Credit.

Courses numbered 103 and above meet all Title 5 standards for Degree Credit.

**ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA**

5 units, 5 hours lecture, **OR**

4 hours lecture **PLUS**2 hours computer assisted instruction

**Recommended Preparation:**

Experience has shown you need a strong background in Arithmetic and Pre-Algebra to succeed in MATH 090. Completion of Matriculation Process is highly recommended. Vocabulary of algebra, translation from English to algebra and evaluation of literal expressions. An introduction to the basic properties of the integers, rational numbers, and real numbers; polynomials, rational expressions, integral exponents, and radicals; simple functions and relations, graphing, solving linear equations and inequalities, linear systems, and second degree equations. Recommended for students with little or no recent knowledge of algebra.

This course is offered on a Credit/No Credit basis only. (Non-degree credit course)

**FOUNDATIONS FOR STATISTICS AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING**

6 units, 6 hours lecture

This class satisfies the prerequisite for only MATH 160 or MATH 120. The emphasis of this course will be on the practical aspects of mathematics and its applications. Topics include: data analysis, sample statistics and graphs, measure of central tendency, simplifying algebraic expressions, problem solving strategies, solving algebraic equations and inequalities, algebraic functions and their graphs. This class is NOT intended for business, science, computer science, engineering, or math majors and is offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.

**INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA**

3 units, 3 hours lecture**Prerequisite:** A "CR" grade in MATH 090 or equivalent

Graphic, numeric, analytic and applied problems on topics include linear, quadratic,
exponential and logarithmic functions, exponents, and radicals. Additional topics
include systems of equations, algebraic fractions, radicals, mathematical sentences
involving inequalities and absolute value, and complex numbers. A student can earn
a maximum of 5 units for taking MATH 103 and MATH 110.

Satisfies General Education for Grossmont College

**BEGINNING & INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA FOR BUSINESS, MATH, SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING MAJORS**

6 units, 6 hours lecture

**Recommended Preparation:** Placement in Math 090

A compressed course that covers elementary algebra and in-depth coverage of intermediate
algebra intended for the student who has some previous experience with algebra. This
course includes topics related to a mathematical foundation for college students majoring
in business, math, science and engineering and emphasizes the study of the behavior
and characteristics of linear, quadratic, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic
functions from graphic, numeric, analytic and applied perspectives. Graphing calculators
are required for this course. This course serves as a prerequisite for MATH 120,
MATH 125, MATH 160, MATH 170, MATH 175, MATH 176, and MATH 178. A student can earn
a maximum of (six) 6 units for taking Math 103 and Math 108. Not open to students
with credit in Math 110.

Satisfies General Education for Grossmont College A3

**INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA FOR BUSINESS, MATH, SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING MAJORS**

5 units, 5 hours lecture **OR**

4 hours lecture **PLUS**2 hours computer assisted instruction

(4.5 hours lecture and 1.5 hours laboratory)

**Prerequisite:** A "CR" grade in MATH 090 or equivalent

Application of graphic, numeric, and analytic methods to model, interpret, and solve
real-world problems involving: linear, quadratic, rational, radical, exponential,
and logarithmic functions; systems of linear and quadratic equations or inequalities;
and absolute value equations or inequalities. Interpret, model and analyze a collection
of data and / or application problems. Additional topics include conic sections and
an introduction to matrices and determinants. Computational techniques developed in
beginning algebra are prerequisite skills for this course. This course is appropriate
for students with at knowledge of beginning algebra or who have had at least two years
of high school algebra but have not used it for several years. A student can earn
a maximum of 5 units for taking MATH 103 and MATH 110.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College

**QUANTITATIVE REASONING**

3 units, 3 hours lecture**Prerequisite:** A "C" or "CR" grade or higher in MATH 103 or 110 or equivalent

Designed to give a brief survey at skills level of the historical development and
current application of such topics as algebra and analysis, logic, geometry, probability
and statistics, graphs, and computers.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College, CSU B4

Transfers to CSU

(CAN MATH 2)

**STRUCTURE AND CONCEPTS OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS I**

3 units, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory**Prerequisite:** A "C" or "CR" grade or higher in MATH 103 or 110 AND Math 097, or equivalent

Blending the mathematical topics of sets, whole numbers, numeration, number theory,
integers, rational and irrational numbers, measurement relations, functions and logic.
The course will investigate the interrelation-ships of the above topics using a problem-solving
approach. The course will also investigate appropriate use of technology in the classroom.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College, CSU B4

Transfers to CSU, UC (credit limited)

**STRUCTURE AND CONCEPTS OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS II**

3 units, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory**Prerequisite:** MATH 125 (a grade of "C" or better is recommended) or equivalent

Blending the mathematical topics of the probability, statistics, relations, graphs,
measurement, coordinate geometry, plane geometry, solid geometry, logic, and number
sense. The course will investigate the interrelationships of the above topics using
a problem-solving approach. The course will also investigate the use of technology
in the classroom.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College, CSU B4

Transfers to: CSU, UC (credit limited)

**ELEMENTARY STATISTICS**

3 units, 3 hours lecture**Prerequisite:** A "C" grade or higher in MATH 103 or 110 or equivalent**Recommended Preparation:**

Completion of Matriculation Process is highly recommended.

Tabular and graphical presentation, measures of central tendency and variability;
standard elementary procedures involving binomial, normal, Student's t, chi-square,
nonparametric statistics, and correlation. Applications from the fields of biology,
business, economics, education, engineering, and psychology.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College, CSU

Transfers to: CSU, UC (credit limited)

(CAN STAT 2)

**ANALYTIC TRIGONOMETRY**

3 units, 3 hours lecture**Prerequisite:** A grade of "C" or better in MATH 097 or equivalent and MATH 110 or equivalent. Note:
MATH 103 is not equivalent to MATH 110.**Recommended Preparation:**

Completion of Matriculation Process is highly recommended.

A theoretical approach to the study of the trigonometric functions with emphasis upon
circular functions, trigonometric identities, trigonometric equations, graphical methods,
inverse functions, vectors and applications, complex numbers and solving triangles
with applications.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College, CSU

Transfers to: CSU (credit limited)

(CAN MATH 8)

**COLLEGE ALGEBRA**

3 units, 3 hours lecture**Prerequisite:** A "C" grade or higher in MATH 110 or equivalent. Note: MATH 103 is not equivalent
to MATH 110

Graphic, numeric, and analytic approaches to the study of precalculus concepts from
college algebra. Application of appropriate technology including but not limited to
graphic utilities to model, analyze, and interpret world application problems from
a wide variety of disciplines. Topics include the real number system; algebraic, exponential
and logarithmic functions and their inverses;graphing techniques for polynomials,
rational, and trigonometric functions; complex numbers; theory of equations; partial
fractions; mathematical induction; sequences and series; matrices; and the binomial
theorem. A student can receive credit for only MATH 170 and 175, or MATH 176.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College, CSU B4, IGETC 2A

Transfers to: CSU, UC (credit limited)

**PRECALCULUS: FUNCTIONS AND GRAPHS**

6 units, 6 hours lecture

**Prerequisite:** A "C" grade or higher in MATH 110 or equivalent and MATH 097 or equivalent. Note:MATH
103 is not equivalent to MATH 110.

Unification of college algebra and analytical trigonometry based on the function concept.
Topics include properties of real number system, inequalities, theory or equations,
complex numbers, the study of functions including inverse functions, logarithmic and
exponential functions, trigonometric functions with emphasis on circular functions,
trigonometric identities, trigonometric equations, graphical methods and solving triangles
with applications, matrices, binomial theorem, mathematical induction, sequences and
series. Completion of the Matriculation Process is highly recommended. Completion
of college algebra or trigonometry will enhance the student's preparation for this
course. A student can earn a maximum of 6 units when taking MATH 170, 175, and 176.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College, CSU

Transfers to: CSU, UC

**CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS, SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES**

4 units, 4 hours lecture**Prerequisite:** A "C" grade or higher in MATH 110 or equivalent. Note: MATH 103 is not equivalent
to MATH 110

**Recommended Preparation:**

MATH 175

An introduction to matrix algebra, differential and integral calculus with applications
specifically designed for business, social and behavioral sciences. Not open to students
with credit in MATH 180.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College, CSU B4, IGETC 2A

Transfers to: CSU, UC (credit limited)

(CAN MATH 34)

**ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS**

5 units, 5 hours lecture**Prerequisite:** A "C" grade or higher in MATH 170 and 175 or MATH 176 or equivalent.

MATH 180 includes topics from analytic plane geometry, limits and continuity of function,
differential and integral calculus with applications involving algebraic, exponential,
logarithmic, trigonometric, and hyperbolic functions.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College,CSUU B4,IGETCC 2A

Transfers to:CSUU, UC (credit limited)

(CAN MATH 18)

IDS-198

**SUPERVISED TUTORING**

0 units, TBA hours

This course uses a variety of educational tools to assist students with various learning needs. It could be used to strengthen prerequisite skills prior to enrolling in specific course or to receive supplemental assistance while enrolled in a specific course or to receive supplemental assistance while enrolled in another course. The course may be repeated with different content.

This is a NO FEE/NO Credit course

**DISCRETE MATH**

3 units, 3 hours lecture**Prerequisite:** A "C" grade or higher in MATH 280 (required by four-year schools)

Introduction to discrete mathematics. Topics to include sets, relations, summations, elementary counting techniques, recurrence relations, logic and proofs. This course is appropriate for mathematics and computer science majors.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College, CSU B4, IGETC 2A

Transfers to: CSU, UC

**ANALYTIC GEOMETRY & CALCULUS**

4 units, 4 hours lecture**Prerequisite:** A "C" grade or higher in MATH 180

Continuation of MATH 180.

Parametric equations, polar coordinates, hyperbolic functions, techniques of integration,
indeterminate forms, infinite series, conics.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College, CSU B4, IGETC 2A

Transfers to: CSU, UC

(CAN MATH 20)

**INTERMEDIATE CALCULUS**

4 units, 4 hours lecture**Prerequisite:** A "C" grade or higher in MATH 280

Sequel to Mathematics 280. Includes Vectors in two and three dimensions, partial differentiation,
iterated integration, line and surface integrals, application of Green's and Stokes'
theorems, work and cylindrical and spherical coordinates and an introduction to linear
to algebra.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College, CSU B4, IGETC 2A

Transfers to: CSU, UC

(CAN MATH 22)

**LINEAR ALGEBRA**

3 units, 3 hours lecture**Prerequisite:** A "C" grade or higher in MATH 280.

The central topics are matrix operations. Gaussian elimination, determinants, vectorspaces,
linear transformations, orthogonality, believable and eigenvectors.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College, CSU B4, IGETC 2A

Transfers to: CSU, UC

(CAN MATH 26)

**DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS**

3 units, 3 hours lecture**Prerequisite:** A "C" grade or higher in MATH 280

Includes first order differential equations, initial boundary value problems, the
Cauchy-Euler equation, series solutions, and Laplace transformations, Fourier series,
and separation of variables for elementary partial differential equations. Applications
of these topics will be explored.

Satisfies General Education for: Grossmont College, CSU B4, IGETC 2A

Transfers to: CSU, UC

(CAN MATH 24)