Placement Boot Camp (PBC)

Courses

PBC 0700R. Math for Placement A. 1 Hour.

Designed for students wishing to place into MATH 0990. A brief review of basic math, algebra, and intermediate algebra skills to prepare for a placement exam, or for students who have taken MATH 0920 but did not earn a grade of C or higher and wish to take a placement exam. Students will take a series of diagnostic exams at the beginning of the course to determine the types of modules they will work on during the course. Students will enroll in a 6-week module for 1 credit. Students are expected to work up to 7 1/2 hours per week on the course materials. Hybrid course: Most material will be delivered electronically, but students will need to attend face-to-face, 1-hour weekly instructor facilitated lab. Students may enroll in additional 6-week modules as necessary. Repeatable up to 3 credits. FA, SP, SU.

PBC 0800R. Math for Placement I. 1 Hour.

Designed for students wishing to place into MATH 1010: a brief review of basic math, algebra, and intermediate algebra skills to prepare for a placement exam, or for students who have taken MATH 0990 but did not earn a grade of C or higher and wish to take a placement exam. The course will be delivered electronically. Students will take a series of diagnostic exams at the beginning of the course to determine the types of modules they will work on during the course. Students will enroll in a 6-week module for 1 credit. Students are expected to work up to 7 1/2 hours per week on the course materials. Students may enroll in additional 6-week modules as necessary. Hybrid course: Most material will be delivered electronically, but students must attend face-to-face, 1-hour, instructor-facilitated lab each week. Repeatable up to 3 credits. FA, SP, SU.

PBC 1000R. Math for Placement II. 1 Hour.

Designed for students wishing to place into MATH 1030, 1040, or 1050: a brief review of basic math, algebra, and intermediate algebra skills to prepare for a placement exam, or for students who have taken MATH 1010 but did not earn a grade of C or higher and wish to take a placement exam. The course will be delivered electronically. Students will take a series of diagnostic exams at the beginning of the course to determine the types of modules they will work on during the course. Students will enroll in a 6-week module for 1 credit. Students are expected to work up to 7 1/2 hours per week on the course materials. Students may enroll in additional 6-week modules as necessary. Hybrid course: Most material will be delivered electronically, but students must attend face-to-face, 1-hour, instructor-facilitated lab each week. Repeatable up to 3 credits subject to graduation restrictions. FA, SP, SU.