MA 153 Algebra and Trigonometry I -
ALEKS Required % = 30%
(Not counted toward graduation in the College of Science.) The first half of a two-semester sequence in algebra and trigonometry for students who demonstrate a need for extensive review.
MA 154 Algebra and Trigonometry
II - Needs MA 153 credit to take MA 154
(Not counted toward graduation in the College of Science.) The second half of a two-semester sequence in algebra and trigonometry for students with sufficient algebra skills but insufficient trigonometry skills.
MA 158 Algebra and Trigonometry
ALEKS Required % = 50%
(Not counted toward graduation in the College of Science.) A one-semester course in algebra and trigonometry for students whose ALEX Test results indicate the need to review these topics.
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MA 161 Plane Analytic Geometry
and Calculus I - 5cr
For students with the prerequisite algebra and trigonometry skills and a minimal background in calculus.
MA 165 Analytic Geometry and
Calculus I - 4cr
For students with the prerequisite algebra and trigonometry skills, who have earned an A or B in high school calculus.
MA 173 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I -5cr (Prereq:
For first-year students with enough high school calculus to establish 4 credit hours on the Purdue Advanced Credit Examination in calculus.
MA 181 Honors Calculus I - 5 cr (Prereq: calc I)
An honors calculus course open to first-year students with enough high school calculus to establish at least 4 credit hours on the Purdue Advanced Credit Examination in calculus. Equivalent to Calculus II.
MA 261 - Multivariate Calculus - 4 cr (Prereq: calc II)
Planes, lines, and curves in three dimensions. Differential calculus of several variables; multiple integrals. Introduction to vector calculus. Not open to students with credit in MA 174 or 271
MA 271 Several Variable Calculus -5 cr (Prereq: calc II)
Solid analytic geometry, infinite series, differential and integral calculus of several variables. Admission restricted to those who have established credit for calculus I and II. Prerequisite: demonstrated competence in calculus, plane analytical geometry, Calculus I & II.
English Composition CE
Note: Students with a minimum SAT Verbal score of 720 or a composite ACT of 32 are waived the Freshman English requirement. Credit will be posted by the English department at the conclusion of a student's first semester.
ENGL 106 English Composition
The first half of the basic composition sequence. Guideline: SAT Verbal score of 400 to 600 (ACT score of 19 to 28).
ENGL 108 Accelerated Composition:
Engaging in Public Discourse 3cr
An accelerated composition course for students showing superior writing ability. Guideline: SAT Verbal score above 600 (ACT score above 28).
All sections of ENGL 10800 (Accelerated Composition: Engaging in Public Discourse) now use a service learning approach, and students registering in this course will be expected to commit to some community service during the semester
Engl 106 - International Sections
Most international students enroll
in English 10600-I##. However, the following guidelines may
help you in determining the appropriate composition placement for you.
You should consider enrolling in English
* Your TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) total score is below 100 (internet-based test)
* Your TOEFL writing subscore is below 26 (internet based test)
* English has not been the medium of instruction for most of your education prior to enrolling at Purdue
* You are in the first generation of your family to attend a college or university
* Your speaking/listening skills in English are not as strong as your writing/reading skills in English
* You can read difficult passages in English, but you are likely to need extra time and will have difficulty with a heavy reading load
----> which approach is used in which sections???
you advise your students who are registering for English 10600 and 10800, please
direct them to the Introductory Composition at Purdue (ICaP) website at http://www.digitalparlor.org/icap/student
. Look at the link for “<term> <year> Syllabus Approach List (by