Non-Credit: Bridge to College Level Mathematics
The Certificate of Completion in Bridge to College Level Mathematics prepares students to retake the placement test and helps students build skills for greater success in their next math course. Additionally, students who complete the program will demonstrate improved numerical literacy and quantitative reasoning skills necessary for future progression in math courses. Students will learn, practice skills, and problem solve in arithmetic, beginning algebra, and intermediate algebra. Topics will include: Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and signed numbers; order of operations with real numbers; understanding ratios and proportions; solving linear equations and inequalities, including percents and proportions; solving systems of linear equations; using exponents; factoring; graphing and analyzing linear equations; evaluating expressions involving square roots.
Learn more about the program on the Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering website.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Students will demonstrate improved numerical literacy and quantitative reasoning skills necessary for future progression in math courses.
- CC = Certificate of Completion
- Certificate(s): 110-410
Bridge to College Level Mathematics Certificate of Completion
- Hours: 110-410 [Non-Transcriptable]
|NCBS 403A||BRIDGE TO COLLEGE LEVEL MATHEMATICS I||25|
|NCBS 403B||BRIDGE TO COLLEGE LEVEL MATHEMATICS II||25|
|NCBS 405||SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION: PHYSICAL SCIENCE, MATH & ENGINEERING||60-360|