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AE 1030 Introductory Algebra (3 credit hours)
Improves the student's skills in beginning Algebra skills, including integers, equations, inequalities, polynomials, factoring, quadratic equations, graphing linear equations and word problems.. Good for the student who has had high school algebra but needs a review, as well as for the student with no algebra background. Coursework is supplemented with math lab activities online. Computers are available for student use in the Learning Commons. Upon successful completion of AE 1030 or AE 1132, students will be eligible to enroll in Math 1101--Intermediate Algebra. University policy requires a grade of C or better to enroll in a subsequent math course.

AE 1040 Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning (3 credit hours)
An introduction to various branches of mathematics including basic algebra, geometry, set theory, probability and statistics. Content involves work with rational numbers and word problems. Students must pass AE 1040 with a C or higher in order to progress in the mathematics sequence.

AE 1310 Specialized Mathematics Lab for MATH 1620 (2 credit hours)
AE 1310 Specialized Math Lab is a co-requisite course for MATH 1620 Contemporary Mathematics and is a required course for students who scored below the recommended placement score for college-level mathematics. Students must enroll concurrently in AE 1310 and MATH 1620. AE 1310 offers coaching on foundational skills necessary for student success in MATH 1620. The content of AE 1310 is directly aligned to the course objectives and content of MATH 1620.

AE 1320 Specialized Mathematics Lab for MATH 1820 (2 credit hours)
AE 1320 Specialized Math Lab is a co-requisite course for MATH 1820 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling and is a required course for students who scored below the recommended placement score for college-level mathematics. Students must enroll concurrently in AE 1320 and MATH 1820. AE 1320 offers coaching on foundational skills necessary for student success in MATH 1820. The content of AE 1320 is directly aligned to the course objectives and content of MATH 1820.

Charlene Atkins, Developmental Mathematics Program Coordinator


Atkins, Charlene
Assistant Professor of Developmental Mathematics
Developmental Mathematics Program Coordinator
Ph.D., Kansas State University
Lovinger 4246
660-543-8586
catkins@ucmo.edu