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Developmental Mathematics Program

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Director: Dr. Kathryn Van Wagoner
Advisor & Telephone Contact: Katrina Marriott, 801-626-7451
Admin Asst. & Telephone Contact: Shawnette Horton, 801-626-7585
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Location: Tracy Hall Science Center 207
Instructors: Brenda Acor, Christopher Dunn, Amber Hansen, Christine Jennings-Lewis, Charity Jones, Stacie Leavitt, Debi McKee, Janette Penrod, Darrell Poore, Carrie Quesnell, Michelle Rich, Kassidy Symonds, Julie Thompson

The Developmental Mathematics Program prepares students to take the Quantitative Literacy courses  offered by the Mathematics Department. See the Core Requirements listed under the General Education Requirements  of this catalog.

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Placement in Mathematics Courses

To prevent delay of graduation, all students requiring developmental courses should begin those courses immediately and stay registered in mathematics until completing a Quantitative Literacy course. Developmental Math courses provide foundational skills necessary for most college level courses. See Math Placement for details on our placement options and Choose Your Math Path for course options.

Course Delivery Options

Individual students have individual learning needs. The Developmental Math Program offers three types of courses to meet student learning needs.

Inquiry & Exploration Learning (IEL) - Students explore and solve real-world problems collaboratively in class with instructor guidance. Homework is completed online. In-class workbook and tests are on paper. Classes taught in this format: MATH 0950 , MATH 0970 , and MATH 1010 .  

Mastery-Based Learning (MBL) - Students take notes from videos or the textbook before class and collaboratively work on homework in class with instructor guidance. The videos, textbook, homework, quizzes, and tests are all online. Classes taught in this format: MATH 0950 , MATH 0990 , and MATH 1010 .  

Online Learning (ONL) - Online classes are mastery-based learning and completed entirely online with no face-to-face class meetings. All materials are online. Computerized quizzes and tests must be proctored in an approved lo-cation. Classes taught in this format: MATH 0950 , 0990 , and 1010 .

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Developmental Mathematics Course Descriptions  

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