You may be placed into a developmental math course by the RVC Placement Test. If you're not satisfied with your placement, read about options you may have on the Math Placement page.
Earn two credits each eight weeks for the courses you need.
Includes: MTH 086, 088, 089, 091, 092, 093, 094
If you plan to register for one of the above modular courses, read about Math Module Registration.
Taking MTH 096A is a way to get through developmental math faster, but you must be willing to put in the extra time and work it takes to be successful in these courses.
1. MTH 096A - Mathematical Literacy for College Students
One-semester course based in real-life applications that satisfies the prerequisite for MTH 115 and MTH 220
Read course descriptions for all developmental math courses below.
|MTH-086||Basic Math Skills|
|MTH-088||Prealgebra Part I|
|MTH-089||Prealgebra Part II|
|MTH-091||Beginning Algebra Part I|
|MTH-092||Beginning Algebra Part II|
|MTH-093||Intermediate Algebra Part I|
|MTH-094||Intermediate Algebra Part II|
|MTH-096S||Combined Beg & Intermediate Algebra|
|MTH-096A||Mathematical Literacy-College Students|
|MTH-097||Elementary Plane Geometry|
Geometry is required for students taking MTH 100, 120, 132, or 216 who have not passed geometry in high school. If you earned C's or better in high school geometry, you are eligible for a MTH 097 waiver. Read Geometry Options for more information on the MTH 097 course, waiver, and competency test.
After three non-passing grades (D, F, or W) in a developmental math course within a five-year period, you must meet with the Associate Dean to get permission to enroll in a developmental math course again.