Math Classes

Santa Rosa Junior College mathematics curriculum has undergone many changes.  Here is all the current information on what courses and programs the Mathematics Department offers.

Students enrolling in mathematics courses at SRJC fall into three categories.
  1. 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 in the next class.
  2. Students who have not taken and passed the stated prerequisite as referenced in Category 1 must refer to Assessment Services for placement in their first math class.
  3. Students who have received an NP, D, F, or W in the stated prerequisite course can repeat the prerequisite course in order to meet the conditions of Category 1, and thereafter may enroll in the course for which the repeated course is a prerequisite.

Mathematics course outlines

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 101 Mathematics for the Associate Degree
MATH 150 Elementary Algebra
MATH 154 Elementary and Intermediate Algebra
MATH 156 Intermediate Algebra for Business and STEM Majors
MATH 161 Mathematics Preparation for Statistics and Liberal Arts
MATH 215 Elementary Statistics Concurrent Support
MATH 770 Supplemental Instruction: Math and Science

 

Course Sequence

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 156 and Math 154 is the prerequisite course for math 9, 16, 25, 58, and 27.

Math 161 is the prerequisite course for math 10 and 15

Qualify

The Math placement guidelines, approved by the SRJC Board of Directors, have changed to comply with AB 705.

If you have questions regarding your placement, please consult your Academic Councilor.  Placement guidelines can be found online at Assessment Services.

Mathematics Faculty are more then willing to discuss any SRJC math class with you if you have any questions.  We are eager to help you in your academic success!