Director: Dr. Kathryn Van Wagoner
Student Advisor: Tesfaye Yadete
Telephone Contact: 801-626-7478
Email Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor: John Thaeler; Instructors: Brenda Acor, Loyal Baker, David Imig, Christine Jennings-Lewis, Charity Jones, Debi McKee, Darrell Poore, Carrie Quesnell, Pamela Schilling, Janette Wilkinson, Mary Ellen Yonkee
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 the WSU Degree and General Education Requirements of this catalog.
For more information about our courses or assistance selecting the best course for your needs: www.weber.edu/mathoptions
Course Delivery Options
Pathway to Contemporary Mathematics (MATH 0810 )
This course is ONLY for students who plan to take MATH 1030 (i.e. Humanities and Social Studies majors). This course replaces the need to take MATH 0990 and MATH 1010 , but it is not a combination of the two courses. Curriculum is focused on learning how to think and reason mathematically and is not algebra intensive. This course meets four days a week in a classroom with an instructor. Collaborative learning is a key element of this course. MATH 0950 is a prerequisite for this course. This course cannot be transferred to another institution.
TERM (available for MATH 0950 , MATH 0990 , and MATH 1010 )
Technology Enhanced Redesign of Mathematics (TERM) courses are computer-based plus personal, individualized instruction. More than one course can be completed in one semester. Students attend class one day a week and attend at least two additional hours per week in the math tutoring center (the Hub). Students in TERM should be self-motivated and have good time management skills. TERM courses prepare students for MATH 1030 , MATH 1040 or MATH 1050 .
Online (available for MATH 0950 , MATH 0990 , and MATH 1010 )
Courses use computer-based instruction. More than one course can be completed in one semester. No on-campus attendance is required, but local students are welcome to use the math tutoring center (the Hub) for instruction and testing. Students in online courses should be self-motivated, have good time management skills, consistent access to a computer and excellent technology skills. All quizzes and tests must be proctored, which may require additional fees. Online courses prepare students for MATH 1030 , MATH 1040 or MATH 1050 .
Flipped Math (available for MATH 0950 , MATH 0990 , and MATH 1010 )
Courses meet 4 days a week in a classroom with an instructor. Students take notes while reading the e-textbook and/or watching video lectures before class, then work in groups during class to learn the course content. Homework and tests are taken online. This course is best for students who prefer a structured schedule and a social learning environment. Flipped courses prepare students for MATH 1030 , MATH 1040 or MATH 1050 .
Placement in Mathematics Courses
To prevent delay of graduation, all students requiring developmental courses need to begin those courses immediately and stay registered in mathematics until completing a Quantitative Literacy course. Developmental Math courses provide foundational skills necessary for college level courses. Students are placed into mathematics courses using a weighted rubric of high school GPA and Math ACT scores. of high school GPA and Math ACT scores. If you do not have a high school GPA and/or ACT score, or if you wish to challenge your course placement, you should take the Math Mastery Exam.
Developmental Mathematics Course Descriptions