Cross Enrollment at Sonoma State University for SRJC students
Explanation of Math 27 split to Math 25 and Math 58
Mathematics classes scheduled for Spring 2017
Mathematics course outlines for Fall 2016
Mathematics course outlines for Spring 2017
Mathematics course outlines for Summer 2017
Mathematics course homepages
MATH 1A Calculus, First Course
MATH 1B Calculus, Second Course
MATH 1C Calculus, Third Course
MATH 2 Calculus, Fourth Course-Differential Equations
MATH 4 Discrete Mathematics
MATH 5 Introduction to Linear Algebra
MATH 6 An Introduction to Higher Mathematics
MATH 9 Finite Mathematics
MATH 10 Nature of Mathematics
MATH 15 Elementary Statistics
MATH 16 Introduction to Mathematical Analysis
MATH 25 Precalculus Algebra
MATH 27 Precalculus Algebra and Trigonometry
MATH 49 Independent Study in Mathematics
MATH 58 Precalculus Trigonometry
MATH 70 Precalculus Problem Solving Enrichment
MATH 71 Calculus Problem Solving Enrichment
MATH 101 Mathematics for the Associate Degree
MATH 150A Elementary Algebra 1
MATH 150B Elementary Algebra 2
MATH 151 Elementary Algebra
MATH 154 Elementary and Intermediate Algebra
MATH 155 Intermediate Algebra
MATH 770 Supplemental Instruction: Math and Science
Refer to the following Flow Chart for course sequence information.
Courses with numbers above 100 are not transferable, but do prepare students for transferable courses.
Lower numbered courses are transferable, and students usually choose courses based on major or career interest. Meet with a counselor for assistance when making this choice.
Math 155 is the prerequisite course for math 9, 10, 15, 16, 25, 58, and 27.
Students enrolling in mathematics courses at SRJC fall into three categories.
I. Students who have taken the prerequisite course at SRJC or an equivalent course at another accredited college or university with a documented grade of A, B, C, or p have met the prerequisite and may enroll immediately.
II. Students who have not taken the stated prerequisite as referenced in Category I must take the appropriate SRJC assessment test and receive a qualifying score on that test in order to enroll.
III. Students who have received an NP, D, F, or W in the stated prerequisite course must repeat the prerequisite course in order to meet the conditions of Category I, and thereafter may enroll in the course for which the repeated course is a prerequisite.
Qualify for Math Courses
Students may not enroll in any math class without a qualifying placement score on file or having completed the prerequisite class (or its college equivalent) with Credit or a grade of “C” or better. The Math Placement Test places a student in his/her first math course only.
Students may take a Math Placement test twice per semester, and test results are valid for three years.
Placement testing schedules and study guides for each test can be found online at Assessment Services
Students who have taken a Math Placement Test at another California community college may have placement test results sent by fax to Assessment Services for placement on the Math Pathway.