Central New Mexico Community College Math the NMNEC dual enrollment Bachelor of Science in Nursing only. Math for Elementary and Mid School Teachers I Math 1110 Math for Elementary and Mid School

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  • Algebra Problem

    Solving I

    Math 0970

    Algebra Problem

    Solving II

    Math 0980

    Intermediate

    Algebra

    Math 1310

    Developmental Math College Level Math

    Methods of

    Problem Solving

    Math 1210

    Survey of Math

    Math 1320

    College Algebra

    Math 1315

    PreCalculus with

    Trigonometry

    Math 1530

    OR

    Advanced Algebra

    Math 1415

    AND

    Trigonometry

    Math 1410

    Calculus I, II, III

    Math 1710, 1715,

    2710

    Elements of

    Calculus I

    Math 1460

    Notes:

    1) Track A indicates non-algebra track

    2) Track B indicates algebra track

    3) For Algebraic Problem Solving I and II, test scores

    determine placement into Math 0970 and Math 0980.

    4) This is not intended to be a comprehensive list of Math

    courses. It is a guide for students who need to identify the

    sequence of courses for fulfilling program requirements or for

    transfer. Please consult with an academic advisor for specific

    information pertaining to your program.

    Transfer notes:

    1) Students who intend to transfer to a four-year school should determine what level of math will fulfill core and major

    requirements at the transfer institution.

    2) In general, the classes in blue fulfill core requirement for AA, AS and transfer. However, students should be aware that

    many majors have specific Math requirements.

    3) For students who are unsure of their intended major, or transfer college, Math 1315 (Track B Algebra) is

    recommended because it the most universal requirement for a bachelor-level degree.

    4) Math 1210 does not have a direct UNM equivalency, however, it can be used to fulfill the college level algebra course

    for the NMNEC dual enrollment Bachelor of Science in Nursing only.

    Math for

    Elementary and

    Mid School

    Teachers I

    Math 1110

    Math for

    Elementary and

    Mid School

    Teachers II

    Math 1115

    Intro to Probability

    and Statistics

    Math 1330

    Geometry for

    Design

    Math 1340

    Course will fulfill the

    State of New Mexico

    core Math requirements

    for AA and AS degrees

    Track B

    Track A

    School of Adult and General Education School of Math, Science, and Engineering

    Central New Mexico Community College Math Course Sequence

    Elements of

    Calculus II

    Math 1465

    Updated 6/13/16

    Applicable Fall 2016

    Connect Services

    Math for

    Elementary and

    Mid School

    Teachers III

    Math 2110

  • Biology/

    Biotechnology

    Central New Mexico Community College Calculus Sequence by Major

    Updated 6/13/16

    Connect Services

    College Algebra

    Math 1315

    Elements of

    Calculus I

    Math 1460

    Elements of

    Calculus II

    Math 1465

    Chemistry/

    Physics

    Engineering

    Intermediate

    Algebra

    Math 1310

    Intermediate

    Algebra

    Math 1310

    College Algebra

    Math 1315

    Calculus I

    Math 1710

    Calculus II

    Math 1715

    Calculus III

    Math 2710

    Intermediate

    Algebra

    Math 1310

    College Algebra

    Math 1315

    PreCalculus with

    Trigonometry

    Math 1530

    OR

    Advanced Algebra

    Math 1415

    AND

    Trigonometry

    1410

    Calculus I

    Math 1710

    Calculus II

    Math 1715

    Calculus III

    Math 2710

    Applied

    Ordinary

    Differential

    Equations

    Math 2910*

    = Program prerequisite/proficiency

    = Program required course

    Notes:

    This is not intended to be a comprehensive list of Math courses. It is a guide for students who need to identify the sequence of courses for fulfilling

    program requirements. Please consult with an academic coach for specific information pertaining to your program.

    Students who intend to transfer to a four-year school should determine the appropriate path to fulfill program requirements at the transfer

    institution.

    * Math 2910: Course is only approved to satisfy Math 316 at

    UNM for Engineering Majors.

    Calculus I

    Math 1710

    Calculus II

    Math 1715

    BusinessIntermediate

    Algebra

    Math 1310

    College Algebra

    Math 1315

    Elements of

    Calculus I

    Math 1460

    Probability &

    Statistics

    Math 1330

    Advanced Algebra

    Math 1415

    PreCalculus with

    Trigonometry

    Math 1530

    OR

    Advanced Algebra

    Math 1415

    AND

    Trigonometry

    1410

    PreCalculus with

    Trigonometry

    Math 1530

    OR

    Advanced Algebra

    Math 1415

    AND

    Trigonometry

    1410

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