Math 86 - Support with Math 106 (6.5 units, 8 contact hours): Math 86, Support for College Algebra, is open only to students concurrently enrolled in Math 106, College Algebra. Concepts will be covered using a just-in-time approach for understanding of the corresponding concepts as they are presented in Math 106. This course is designed to offer support for students who lack the strong algebra background to succeed in Math 106.
When students enroll in Math 86 they will also enroll in Math 106, these two classes will be taught by the same instructor and completely integrated.
Math 95 - Foundations of Algebra (5 units, 6 contact hours): This course consists of elements of beginning and intermediate algebra as appropriate for long-term engagement in math-intensive fields. Topics include polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic expressions, equations, functions, and graphs; polynomial, rational, and radical inequalities; systems of equations; and algebra of functions. This course is recommended for students who wish to study business, science, technology, engineering or mathematics.