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Date
Co-req
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Class
Features
DMAT-0305  Developmental MathematicsBrookhaven College [BHC]
DMAT-0305-23001 (1131521)
Developmental Mathematics
Q206   LEC  
M W   7:30 AM   8:50 AM
Chadwick, Bonnie  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0305 is the first of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, or Business fields. Successful completion of the two-course sequence will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have Internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle that includes a MyMathLab access code or a standalone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0305-23002 (1131522)
Developmental Mathematics
K111   LEC  
M W   9:00 AM   10:20 AM
Chadwick, Bonnie  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0305 is the first of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of the two-course sequence will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle that includes a MyMathLab access code or a standalone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0305-23003 (1131523)
Developmental Mathematics
K133   LEC  
M W   10:30 AM   11:50 AM
Chadwick, Bonnie  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0305 is the first of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of the two-course sequence will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle that includes a MyMathLab access code or a standalone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0305-23005 (1131525)
Developmental Mathematics
Q117   LEC  
M W   12:00 PM   1:20 PM
Sutton, Svetlana  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0305 is the first of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of the two-course sequence will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle that includes a MyMathLab access code or a standalone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0305-23008 (1131529)
Developmental Mathematics
K133   LEC  
T R   9:00 AM   10:20 AM
Long, Kathleen  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0305 is the first of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of the two-course sequence will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle that includes a MyMathLab access code or a standalone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0305-23009 (1131564)
Developmental Mathematics
K111   LEC  
T R   10:30 AM   11:50 AM
Garrison, Jean  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0305 is the first of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of the two-course sequence will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle that includes a MyMathLab access code or a standalone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0305-23010 (1131576)
Developmental Mathematics
K245   LEC  
T R   12:00 PM   1:20 PM
Garrison, Jean  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0305 is the first of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of the two-course sequence will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle that includes a MyMathLab access code or a standalone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0305-23401 (1131584)
Developmental Mathematics
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Hanus, Deborah  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
Internet Based
 
 This is an online course - success requires a student who is capable of independent learning of material, and who is highly disciplined and motivated. DMAT 0305 is the first of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of the two-course sequence will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). The course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must have access to a computer, with internet access; to complete the required work for this course. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle that includes a MyMathLab access code or a standalone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0305-23402 (1131588)
Developmental Mathematics
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Reyes, Czarina  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
Internet Based
 
 This is an online course - success requires a student who is capable of independent learning of material, and who is highly disciplined and motivated. DMAT 0305 is the first of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of the two-course sequence will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). The course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must have access to a computer, with internet access; to complete the required work for this course. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle that includes a MyMathLab access code or a standalone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0305-23420 (1131593)
Developmental Mathematics
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Cates, Jason  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
3/9/18
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Jan.
Internet Based
 
 This is an online course - success requires a student who is capable of independent learning of material, and who is highly disciplined and motivated. DMAT 0305 is the first of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of the two-course sequence will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). The course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must have access to a computer, with internet access; to complete the required work for this course. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle that includes a MyMathLab access code or a standalone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0305-23501 (1131594)
Developmental Mathematics
T303   LEC  
M W   5:40 PM   7:00 PM
Dinh, Tri  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0305 is the first of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of the two-course sequence will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle that includes a MyMathLab access code or a standalone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0305-23502 (1131595)
Developmental Mathematics
K133   LEC  
M W   7:10 PM   8:30 PM
Lauer, Rocio  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0305 is the first of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of the two-course sequence will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle that includes a MyMathLab access code or a standalone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0305-23503 (1131597)
Developmental Mathematics
K133   LEC  
T R   5:40 PM   7:00 PM
Thompson, Brian  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0305 is the first of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of the two-course sequence will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle that includes a MyMathLab access code or a standalone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0308  Developmental Math FoundationsBrookhaven College [BHC]
DMAT-0308-23001 (1131600)
Developmental Math Foundations
Q206   LEC  
M W   9:00 AM   10:20 AM
Q206   LAB  
M W   10:20 AM   10:50 AM
Jackson, Sharon  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0308 (Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning) is a course designed for students who are considering a major in the liberal arts, humanities, social science/services, nursing or other allied health professions. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1332 (Quantitative Reasoning) or MATH 1342 (Elementary Statistical Methods). It is strongly recommended that you speak with an advisor to confirm if MATH 1332 or MATH 1342 will meet the requirement of your chosen program of study. This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle which includes the necessary MyMathLab access code. Scientific calculator is recommended, however, students may use any version of the TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculators. See eConnect for textbook information.
DMAT-0308-23020 (1131636)
Developmental Math Foundations
K119   LEC  
M W   9:00 AM   10:20 AM
INET   LAB  
M T W R F S U    
McArthy, Ada  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
BASM-0053-23020
 
eCampus
 
 Students enrolled in DMAT 0308-23020 must concurrently be enrolled in BASM 0053-23020 to receive additional just-in-time assistance with prerequisite skills as you are moving through the course. DMAT 0308 (Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning) is a course designed for students who are considering a major in the liberal arts, humanities, social science/services, nursing or other allied health professions. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1332 (Quantitative Reasoning) or MATH 1342 (Elementary Statistical Methods). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle which includes the necessary MyMathLab access code (only textbook for DMAT 0308 is required). Scientific calculator is recommended, however, students may use any version of the TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculators. See eConnect for more textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information. You can also contact aMcarthy@dcccd.edu for more information.
DMAT-0308-23002 (1131618)
Developmental Math Foundations
Q206   LEC  
M W   11:00 AM   12:20 PM
Q206   LAB  
M W   12:20 PM   12:50 PM
Jackson, Sharon  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0308 (Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning) is a course designed for students who are considering a major in the liberal arts, humanities, social science/services, nursing or other allied health professions. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1332 (Quantitative Reasoning) or MATH 1342 (Elementary Statistical Methods). It is strongly recommended that you speak with an advisor to confirm if MATH 1332 or MATH 1342 will meet the requirement of your chosen program of study. This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle which includes the necessary MyMathLab access code. Scientific calculator is recommended, however, students may use any version of the TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculators. See eConnect for textbook information.
DMAT-0308-23021 (1131645)
Developmental Math Foundations
K119   LEC  
M W   12:00 PM   1:20 PM
INET   LAB  
M T W R F S U    
Laughlin, Jennifer  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
BASM-0053-23021
 
eCampus
 
 Students enrolled in DMAT 0308-23021 must concurrently be enrolled in BASM 0053-23021 to receive additional just-in-time assistance with prerequisite skills as you are moving through the course. DMAT 0308 (Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning) is a course designed for students who are considering a major in the liberal arts, humanities, social science/services, nursing or other allied health professions. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1332 (Quantitative Reasoning) or MATH 1342 (Elementary Statistical Methods). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle which includes the necessary MyMathLab access code (only textbook for DMAT 0308 is required). Scientific calculator is recommended, however, students may use any version of the TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculators. See eConnect for more textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information. You can also contact jeLaughlin@dcccd.edu for more information.
DMAT-0308-23003 (1131621)
Developmental Math Foundations
Q206   LEC  
T R   10:30 AM   11:50 AM
Q206   LAB  
T R   11:50 AM   12:20 PM
Jackson, Sharon  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0308 (Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning) is a course designed for students who are considering a major in the liberal arts, humanities, social science/services, nursing or other allied health professions. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1332 (Quantitative Reasoning) or MATH 1342 (Elementary Statistical Methods). It is strongly recommended that you speak with an advisor to confirm if MATH 1332 or MATH 1342 will meet the requirement of your chosen program of study. This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle which includes the necessary MyMathLab access code. Scientific calculator is recommended, however, students may use any version of the TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculators. See eConnect for textbook information.
DMAT-0308-23501 (1131649)
Developmental Math Foundations
M204   LEC  
M W   5:40 PM   7:00 PM
M204   LAB  
M W   7:00 PM   7:30 PM
Owens, Marla  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0308 (Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning) is a course designed for students who are considering a major in the liberal arts, humanities, social science/services, nursing or other allied health professions. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1332 (Quantitative Reasoning) or MATH 1342 (Elementary Statistical Methods). It is strongly recommended that you speak with an advisor to confirm if MATH 1332 or MATH 1342 will meet the requirement of your chosen program of study. This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle which includes the necessary MyMathLab access code. Scientific calculator is recommended, however, students may use any version of the TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculators. See eConnect for textbook information.
DMAT-0308-23522 (1131650)
Developmental Math Foundations
K119   LEC  
T R   7:10 PM   8:30 PM
INET   LAB  
M T W R F S U    
Hafey, Charles  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
BASM-0053-23522
 
eCampus
 
 Students enrolled in DMAT 0308-23522 must concurrently be enrolled in BASM 0053-23522 to receive additional just-in-time assistance with prerequisite skills as you are moving through the course. DMAT 0308 (Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning) is a course designed for students who are considering a major in the liberal arts, humanities, social science/services, nursing or other allied health professions. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1332 (Quantitative Reasoning) or MATH 1342 (Elementary Statistical Methods). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students may complete the required work using the computers on campus located in the BHC Math Lab or J-Lab. Students may also complete the required work using a personal computer which must have internet access. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle which includes the necessary MyMathLab access code (only textbook for DMAT 0308 is required). Scientific calculator is recommended, however, students may use any version of the TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculators. See eConnect for more textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information. You can also contact chazeH@dcccd.edu for more information.
DMAT-0310  Intermediate AlgebraBrookhaven College [BHC]
DMAT-0310-23001 (1131654)
Intermediate Algebra
K134   LEC  
M W   7:30 AM   8:50 AM
Meinhardt, John  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0310 is the second of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle with MyMathLab or a stand-alone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0310-23002 (1131655)
Intermediate Algebra
X3008   LEC  
M W   9:00 AM   10:20 AM
Meinhardt, John  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0310 is the second of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle with MyMathLab or a stand-alone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0310-23003 (1131657)
Intermediate Algebra
K134   LEC  
M W   10:30 AM   11:50 AM
Musashi, Ryu  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0310 is the second of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle with MyMathLab or a stand-alone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0310-23004 (1131659)
Intermediate Algebra
K136   LEC  
M W   12:00 PM   1:20 PM
Musashi, Ryu  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0310 is the second of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle with MyMathLab or a stand-alone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0310-23006 (1131661)
Intermediate Algebra
L104   LEC  
T R   9:00 AM   10:20 AM
Cason, Christopher  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0310 is the second of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle with MyMathLab or a stand-alone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0310-23007 (1131663)
Intermediate Algebra
T301   LEC  
T R   10:30 AM   11:50 AM
Johanon, Kathryn  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0310 is the second of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle with MyMathLab or a stand-alone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0310-23008 (1131662)
Intermediate Algebra
T301   LEC  
T R   12:00 PM   1:20 PM
Cason, Christopher  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0310 is the second of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle with MyMathLab or a stand-alone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0310-23401 (1131669)
Intermediate Algebra
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Laughlin, Jennifer  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
Internet Based
 
 This is an online course - success requires a student who is capable of independent learning of material, and who is highly disciplined and motivated. DMAT 0310 is the second of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must have access to a computer with internet to complete the required work for this course. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle with MyMathlab or a stand-alone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0310-23420 (1131672)
Intermediate Algebra
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Laughlin, Jennifer  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
3/9/18
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Jan.
Internet Based
 
 This is an online course - success requires a student who is capable of independent learning of material, and who is highly disciplined and motivated. DMAT 0310 is the second of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must have access to a computer with internet to complete the required work for this course. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle with MyMathlab or a stand-alone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0310-23430 (1131674)
Intermediate Algebra
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Scott, Ladan  Vita
BHC
3
2/12/18
5/10/18
(13 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Feb.
Internet Based
 
 This is an online course - success requires a student who is capable of independent learning of material, and who is highly disciplined and motivated. DMAT 0310 is the second of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must have access to a computer with internet to complete the required work for this course. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle with MyMathlab or a stand-alone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0310-23440 (1131676)
Intermediate Algebra
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Seale, Kristin  Vita
BHC
3
3/19/18
5/10/18
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Mar.
Internet Based
 
 This is an online course - success requires a student who is capable of independent learning of material, and who is highly disciplined and motivated. DMAT 0310 is the second of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must have access to a computer with internet to complete the required work for this course. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle with MyMathlab or a stand-alone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0310-23501 (1131681)
Intermediate Algebra
U242   LEC  
M W   5:40 PM   7:00 PM
Freid, Molly  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0310 is the second of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle with MyMathLab or a stand-alone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
DMAT-0310-23502 (1131684)
Intermediate Algebra
K134   LEC  
T R   5:40 PM   7:00 PM
Dinh, Tri  Vita
BHC
3
1/16/18
5/10/18
  eCampus
 
 DMAT 0310 is the second of two DMAT courses intended for students who are considering a major in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business fields. Successful completion of this course will qualify the student for enrollment into MATH 1314 (College Algebra) or MATH 1324 (Mathematics for Business & Social Science). This course will use the interactive software called MyMathLab. Students must purchase a new textbook bundle with MyMathLab or a stand-alone MyMathLab access code. See eConnect for textbook information. Contact your instructor (listed in eConnect) for more information.
 
 
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