**All 100-level courses listed below meet General Education Area B4 Mathematics/ Quantitative Reasoning requirements (GE B4)**

# First Year Course Options

## GE B4 Selection Courses

Options to complete General Education (GE B4) when B4 is not specified by your major

- FINA 101: Personal Financial Literacy
FINA 101 Patterns of Mathematical Thought (3 units) satisfies GE B4*

Choose from FINA 101 sections 01-03 when reviewing the class schedule

Available for:

- GE B4 Ready: students in majors that
*do not*specify a GE B4 requirement - ALEKS PPL: proctored score 46+

**What GE B4 is required or recommended for my major?**FINA 101 is offered in a lecture model and meets two days weekly in person

*FINA 101 does not meet a major requirement in Business Administration (BADM) or Business Information Systems (BSIS). If taken as a BADM/BSIS major, FINA 101 applies only towards overall units-elective credit

- GE B4 Ready: students in majors that
- MATH 101: Patterns of Mathematical Thought
MATH 101 Patterns of Mathematical Thought (3 units) satisfies GE B4 or GE B4 with Support and has embedded support using ALEKS

Choose from MATH 101 sections 10-15 (will auto-enroll into 01) when reviewing the class schedule

Available for:

- GE B4 Ready: students in majors that
*do not*specify a GE B4 requirement - GE B4 Ready with Support: students in majors that
*do not*specify a GE B4 requirement - ALEKS PPL: any proctored score*

**What GE B4 is required or recommended for my major?**MATH 101 is offered in a lecture/discussion model. The course meets two days weekly as the larger class in lecture format and one day weekly in a smaller discussion group setting

*If your ALEKS PPL assessment is below 45, you are strongly encouraged to continue studying and consider reassessing before starting your MATH course

- GE B4 Ready: students in majors that
- MATH 105: Introduction to Statistics
MATH 105 Introduction to Statistics (3 units) satisfies GE B4.

Choose from MATH 105 sections 10-20 (will auto-enroll into 01) or 48/49 when reviewing the class schedule

Available for:

- GE B4 Fulfilled: students in majors that require MATH 105 who have not completed the course with transfer, test, or substitution credit
- GE B4 Ready: students in majors that require MATH 105*
- GE B4 Ready: students in majors that
*do not*specify a GE B4 requirement - ALEKS PPL: proctored score 46+

**What GE B4 is required or recommended for my major?**MATH 105 sections 10-20 are offered in a hybrid lecture/discussion model (you will be automatically enrolled in the 01 online lecture) . Components are delivered online asynchronously such as lecture videos, quizzes, and homework. In addition, the course meets in person one day weekly to connect with faculty and peers, exams, projects, and collaborative learning.

MATH 105 sections 48/49 is also offered as an in-person course design utilizing pedagogy, embedded tutors, and collaborative and project-based learning

**Biology, Computer Information Systems, and Economics majors should consult with a major advisor to determine if the calculus pathway is recommended* - MATH 105+005L: Introduction to Statistics with Support
MATH 105 Introduction to Statistics (3 units) satisfies GE B4 and MATH 005L Foundational Math B (1 unit) satisfies the Support course requirement. MATH 005L counts towards units for financial aid/enrollment status but, does not count towards units required for a bachelor's degree (non-baccalaureate credit).

Choose from MATH 105+005L sections 30-47 when reviewing the class schedule

Available for:

- GE B4 Ready with Support: students in majors that require MATH 105*
- GE B4 Ready with Support: students in majors that
*do not*specify a GE B4 math requirement - ALEKS PPL: proctored score 1-45**

**What GE B4 is required or recommended for my major?**MATH 105+005L is offered in a lecture/lab model. The course meets three days weekly in lecture format focused on concepts and instruction and one day weekly for a two-hour lab focused on comprehension, support, and review

**Biology, Computer Information Systems, and Economics majors should consult with a major advisor to determine if the calculus pathway is recommended***If your ALEKS PPL assessment is below 45, you are strongly encouraged to continue studying and consider reassessing before starting your MATH course

- MATH 185: Data Analytics for Social Good
MATH 185 Data Analytics for Social Good (3 units) satisfies GE B4*

Select MATH 185 when reviewing the class schedule

Available for:

- GE B4 Ready: students in majors that
*do not*specify a GE B4 requirement - ALEKS PPL: proctored score 46+

**What GE B4 is required or recommended for my major?**MATH 185 is offered in a lecture/lab model. The course meets two days weekly in a lecture format and one day weekly in a lab group setting.

- GE B4 Ready: students in majors that

## Majors with Statistics

Additional information for majors that require statistics

- MATH 105: Introduction to Statistics
MATH 105 Introduction to Statistics (3 units) satisfies GE B4

Choose from MATH 105 sections 10-20 (will auto-enroll into 01) or 48/49 when reviewing the class schedule

Available for:

- GE B4 Fulfilled: students in majors that require MATH 105 who have not completed the course with transfer, test, or substitution credit
- GE B4 Ready: students in majors that require MATH 105*
- GE B4 Ready: students in majors that
*do not*specify a GE B4 requirement - ALEKS PPL: proctored score 46+

**What GE B4 is required or recommended for my major?**MATH 105 sections 10-20 are offered in a hybrid lecture/discussion model (you will be automatically enrolled in the 01 online lecture). Components are delivered online asynchronously such as lecture videos, quizzes, and homework. In addition, the course meets in person one day weekly to connect with faculty and peers, exams, projects, and collaborative learning.

MATH 105 sections 48/49 is also offered as an in person course designed utilizing pedagogy, embedded tutors, and collaborative and project-based learning

**Biology, Computer Information Systems, and Economics majors should consult with a major advisor to determine if the calculus pathway is recommended* - MATH 105+005L: Introduction to Statistics with Support
MATH 105 Introduction to Statistics (3 units) satisfies GE B4 and MATH 005L Foundational Math B (1 unit) satisfies the Support course requirement. MATH 005L counts towards units for financial aid/enrollment status but, does not count towards units required for a bachelor's degree (non-baccalaureate credit).

Choose from MATH 105+005L sections 30-47 when reviewing the class schedule

Available for:

- GE B4 Ready with Support: students in majors that require MATH 105*
- GE B4 Ready with Support: students in majors that
*do not*specify a GE B4 requirement - ALEKS PPL: proctored score 1-45**

**What GE B4 is required or recommended for my major?**MATH 105+005L is offered in a lecture/lab model. The course meets three days weekly in lecture format focused on concepts and instruction and one day weekly for a two-hour lab focused on comprehension, support, and review

**If your ALEKS PPL assessment is below 45, you are strongly encouraged to continue studying and consider reassessing before starting your MATH course

## Majors in Business

Additional information for majors in business

- MATH 107: Finite Math for Business
MATH 107 Finite Mathematics for Business (3 units) satisfies GE B4 and a math requirement in the Business Administration (BADM) and Business Information Systems (BSIS) major*. This is applicable to all options in either major program.

Choose from MATH 107 sections 10-17 (will auto-enroll into 01) when reviewing the class schedule

Available for:

- GE B4 Fulfilled: students declared in BADM or BSIS who have not completed MATH 107 with transfer, test, or substitution credit
- GE B4 Ready: students declared in BADM or BSIS*
- ALEKS PPL: proctored score 46+

**BADM and BSIS majors require both MATH 107 and MATH 108**MATH 107 sections 10-17 are offered in a hybrid lecture/discussion model (you will be automatically enrolled in the 01 online lecture). Components are delivered online asynchronously such as lecture videos, quizzes, and homework. In addition, the course meets in person one day weekly to connect with faculty and peers, exams, projects, and collaborative learning

**Students that plan to pursue BADM or BSIS who are not formally declared at the time of enrollment will receive an error message when attempting to add. Contact Math Department for enrollment assistance and/or Business Student Advising for advising and paperwork needed to declare* - MATH 107+007L: Finite Math for Business with Support
MATH 107 Finite Mathematics for Business (3 units) satisfies GE B4 and a math requirement in the Business Administration (BADM) and Business Information Systems (BSIS) major*. This is applicable to all options in either major program. MATH 007L Foundational Math B (1 unit) satisfies the Support course requirement. MATH 007L counts towards units for financial aid/enrollment status but, does not count towards units required for a bachelor's degree (non-baccalaureate credit).

Choose from MATH 107+007L sections 30+ when reviewing the class schedule

Available for:

- GE B4 Ready with Support: students declared in BADM or BSIS*
- ALEKS PPL: proctored score 1-45**

**BADM and BSIS majors require both MATH 107+007L and MATH 108**MATH 107+007L is offered in a lecture/lab model. The course meets three days weekly in lecture format focused on concepts and instruction and one day weekly for a two-hour lab focused on comprehension, support, and review

**Students that plan to pursue BADM or BSIS who are not formally declared at the time of enrollment will receive an error message when attempting to add. Contact Math Department for enrollment assistance and/or Business Student Advising for advising and paperwork needed to declare***If your ALEKS PPL assessment is below 45, you are strongly encouraged to continue studying and consider reassessing before starting your MATH course

- MATH 108: Statistics of Business and Economics
MATH 108 Statistics of Business and Economics (3 units) satisfies GE B4 and a math requirement in the Business Administration (BADM) and Business Information Systems (BSIS) major*. This is applicable to all options in either major program.

Choose from MATH 108 sections 10-15 when reviewing the class schedule

Available for:

- GE B4 Fulfilled: students declared in BADM or BSIS* that require MATH 108 who have not completed the course with transfer, test, or substitution credit
- GE B4 Ready: students declared in BADM or BSIS*
- ALEKS PPL: proctored score 46+

**BADM and BSIS majors require both MATH 107 and MATH 108**MATH 108 sections 10-15 are offered in a hybrid lecture/discussion model (you will be automatically enrolled in the 01 online lecture). Components are delivered online asynchronously such as lecture videos, quizzes, and homework. In addition, the course meets in person one day weekly to connect with faculty and peers, exams, projects, and collaborative learning.

**Students that plan to pursue BADM or BSIS who are not formally declared at the time of enrollment will receive an error message when attempting to add. Contact Math Department for enrollment assistance and/or Business Student Advising for advising and paperwork needed to declare*

## Liberal Studies Major

Additional information for liberal studies majors

- MATH 110: Concepts & Structures of Mathematics
MATH 110 Concepts & Structures in Math (3 units) satisfies GE B4 and a requirement in the Liberal Studies major (LBST)*. This is applicable to all options in LBST.

Required for:

- GE B4 Fulfilled: students declared in LBST who have not earned credit for MATH 110 with transfer, test, or substitution credit
- GE B4 Ready: students declared in LBST
- ALEKS PPL: proctored score 46+

**The LBST major requires MATH 110, 210, and 310**MATH 110 is offered as either an in-person discussion or an asynchronous online course (priority given to LBST online/distance students)

**Students that plan to pursue LBST who are not formally declared at the time of enrollment will receive an error message when attempting to add. Contact Math Department for enrollment assistance and/or Liberal Studies Advising for advising and paperwork needed to declare* - MATH 110+010L: Concepts & Structures of Mathematics with Support
MATH 110 Concepts & Structures in Math (3 units) satisfies GE B4 and a math requirement in the Liberal Studies major (LBST)*. This is applicable to all options in LBST. MATH 010L Foundational Math B (1 unit) satisfies the Support course requirement. MATH 010L counts towards units for financial aid/enrollment status but, does not count towards units required for a bachelor's degree (non-baccalaureate credit).

Required for:

- GE B4 Ready with Support: students declared in LBST
- ALEKS PPL: proctored score 1-45**

Due to course demand, MATH 110+010L is scheduled for

**spring semesters only****The LBST major requires MATH 110+010L, 210, and 310**MATH 110+010L is offered in a lecture/lab model. The course meets three days weekly in lecture format focused on concepts and instruction and one day weekly for a two-hour lab focused on comprehension, support, and review

**Students that plan to pursue LBST who are not formally declared at the time of enrollment will receive an error message when attempting to add. Contact Math Department for enrollment assistance and/or Liberal Studies Advising for advising and paperwork needed to declare.****If your ALEKS PPL assessment is below 45, you are encouraged to continue studying in ALEKS PPL and consider reassessing before starting the course*

## Majors in STEM

Additional information for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics)

- MATH 116+016L: College Algebra with Support
MATH 116 College Algebra (4 units) satisfies GE B4 and works towards the STEM/calculus pathway*. MATH 016L Foundational Math B (1 unit) satisfies the Support course requirement. MATH 016L counts towards units for financial aid/enrollment status but, does not count towards units required for a bachelor's degree (non-baccalaureate credit).

Required for:

- GE B4 Ready with Support: students declared in a STEM* major
- ALEKS PPL: proctored score 1-45**

**What GE B4 is required or recommended for my major?**MATH 116+016L is offered in a lecture/lab model. The course meets four days weekly in lecture format focused on concepts and instruction and one day weekly for a two-hour lab focused on comprehension, support, and review

Upon completion, STEM students would move to MATH 118 Trigonometry (3 units) and then either MATH 119 Precalculus (4 units), MATH 120 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I (4 units), or MATH 109 Survey of Calculus (4 units) depending on course outcomes, major, and math confidence

**Biology, Computer Information Systems, and Economics majors should consult with a major advisor to determine if the statistics or calculus pathway is recommended* - MATH 118: Trigonometry
MATH 118 Trigonometry (3 units) satisfies GE B4 and works towards the STEM/calculus pathway.

*MATH 118 completes the math requirement in the Natural Sciences major.*Available for:

- GE B4 Fulfilled*: students declared in a STEM major who have not completed MATH 118 with transfer, test, or substitution credit
- GE B4 Ready: students declared in a STEM major
- ALEKS PPL: proctored score 46-60

**What GE B4 is required or recommended for my major?**MATH 118 is a discussion model that meets three times weekly in person

Upon completion, STEM students would move to MATH 119 Precaculus (4 units), MATH 120 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I (4 units), or MATH 109 Survey of Calculus (4 units) depending on course outcomes, major, and math confidence

*If you are declaring a STEM program and have already completed a GE B4, you should consider assessing with ALEKS PPL to determine calculus readiness. Review GE B4 Fulfilled area for more info

- MATH 119: Precalculus
MATH 119 Precalculus (4 units) satisfies GE B4 and works towards the STEM/calculus pathway.

*MATH 119 completes the math requirement in Advanced Manufacturing & Applied Robotics or Concrete Industry Management major.*Available for:

- GE B4 Fulfilled*: students declared in a STEM major who have not completed MATH 119 with transfer, test, or substitution credit and meets course prerequisites
- GE B4 Ready: students declared in a STEM major with proctored ALEKS PPL
- ALEKS PPL: proctored score 61-75

**What GE B4 is required or recommended for my major?**MATH 119 is a discussion model that meets four times weekly in person

For most STEM programs, upon completion, students move to MATH 120 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I (4 units) or MATH 109 Survey of Calculus (4 units) if needed

*If you are declaring a STEM program and have already completed a GE B4, you may be recommended to assess with ALEKS PPL to determine calculus readiness. Review GE B4 Fulfilled area for more info.

- MATH 109: Survey of Calculus
MATH 109 Survey of Calculus (4 units) satisfies GE B4 and is applicable to

*some*STEM** major programsAvailable for:

- GE B4 Fulfilled*: students declared in a STEM major who have not completed MATH 109 with transfer, test, or substitution credit and meets course prerequisites
- GE B4 Ready: students declared in a STEM major with proctored ALEKS PPL
- ALEKS PPL: proctored score 76+

**What GE B4 is required or recommended for my major?**MATH 109 is a discussion/lecture model

Due to decreases in demand, MATH 109 may not be scheduled every semester and will likely update to a once per year offering (fall only). MATH 109 Survey of Calculus is not an approved substitute for MATH 120 Analytical Geometry & Calculus.

*If MATH 109 is not offered, MATH 120 should be taken instead.*For most STEM programs, upon completion of MATH 116+016L & 118, MATH 118 & MATH 119, or MATH 119, students move to MATH 120 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I (4 units) or MATH 109 Survey of Calculus (4 units) as needed

*If you are declaring a STEM program and have already completed a GE B4, you may still need to assess with ALEKS PPL to determine calculus readiness. Review GE B4 Fulfilled area for more info.

***Biology, Computer Information Systems, and Economics majors should consult with a major advisor to determine if the calculus pathway is recommended* - MATH 120: Analytic Geometry & Calculus I
MATH 120 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I (4 units) satisfies GE B4 and applicable towards STEM majors requiring caculus

Available for:

- GE B4 Fulfilled*: students declared in a STEM major who have not completed MATH 120 with transfer, test, or substitution credit and meets course prerequisites
- GE B4 Ready: students declared in a STEM major with proctored ALEKS PPL
- ALEKS PPL: proctored score 76+

**What GE B4 is required or recommended for my major?**MATH 120 is a discussion model that meets four times weekly in person

For most STEM programs, upon completion of MATH 116+016L & 118, MATH 118 & MATH 119, or MATH 119, students move to MATH 120 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I (4 units) or MATH 109 Survey of Calculus (4 units) as needed

*If you are declaring a STEM program and have already completed a GE B4, you may still need to assess with ALEKS PPL to determine calculus readiness. Review GE B4 Fulfilled area for more info

- MATH 121: Analytic Geometry & Calculus II
MATH 121 Analytic Geometry & Calculus II (4 units) is applicable towards STEM majors requiring advanced caculus

Available for:

- GE B4 Fulfilled: students declared in a STEM major who meet the course prerequisites (MATH 120/equivalent or qualifying Advanced Placement Caclulus score*)

**What GE B4 is required or recommended for my major?**MATH 121 is a discussion model that meets four times weekly in person

For most STEM programs, upon completion of MATH 120 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I students move to MATH 121 Analytic Geometry & Calculus II (4 units) as needed

*AP Score(s) required: Caculus AB or BC score of 5, or Caclulus BC score 4 with an AB subscore of 5, or AP Caculus AB or BC score of 4 with 90+ score on ALEKS PPL. Contact the Math Department for enrollment assistance.