Mathematics College Preparatory Basic Skills II Certificate (49167.NC)
School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
This noncredit program is designed to serve students who have not met the minimum Mathematics placement scores to enter college level coursework. Student will benefit from elementary and secondary basic skills instruction in Mathematics and prepare them for credit Mathematics coursework.
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
A. Evaluate arithmetic expressions involving fractions and decimals without the use of a calculator.
B. Solve problems including fractions and decimal concepts without the use of a calculator.
C. Solve application problems involving fractions and decimals without the use of a calculator.
D. Round decimal numbers to appropriate place value.
E. Convert between fractions and decimals with or without the use of a calculator.
F. Evaluate expressions involving whole numbers and decimals
G. Solve application problems.
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Program Requirements:
MAT-103 College Prep Math III: Operations on Fractions | |
Total: (36-54 hours) | |
MAT-104 College Prep Math IV: Operations on Decimals | |
Total: (36-54 hours) |
Contact Information | |
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Acting Dean | Nathan Devine |
Phone | (209) 381-6477 |
Office | BRC |
(209) 381-6478 | |