Mathematics
Mathematics in the Learning Center focuses on providing the necessary background and skills for students to be successful in college level math classes.
Basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
Practical math: family budget, consumer skills, balancing a checkbook
Beginning algebra and geometry
Arithmetic Skills and Arithmetic Skills Internet  1 credit
These courses are designed to serve as a “bridge” for those students who do not feel confident
about their arithmetic skills and either want or need additional and/or individualized
instruction in the basics of math. The purpose of the course is to help build mathematical
competency for daily use and to prepare for further mathematical studies at the college level.
Students will pretest at the beginning of the semester to determine appropriate placement.
Prerequisite: Instructor Permission 
BAS 0710 or
BAS 0710NT 
Algebra Skills and Algebra Skills Internet  1 credit
These courses are designed to serve as a “bridge” for those students who do not feel confident
about their algebra skills and either want or need additional and/or individualized instruction
in the basics of algebra. The course helps to build mathematical competency in basic algebra
skills and prepares for further mathematical studies at the college level. Students will pretest at
the beginning of the semester to determine appropriate placement.
Prerequisite: Instructor Permission 
BAS 0720 or
BAS 0720NT 
Technical Math, Nursing  1 credit
This introductory course in mathematics is intended for students who wish to prepare for
further study in the field of nursing. Possible topics include arithmetic computations, ratios
and proportions, systems of measurement, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. Textbook
examples and problems are related to the field of study, with emphasis on practical application. 
BAS 073001 
Math Fundamentals I  3 Credits
This course covers the following topics: review of basic operations and the order of operations,
fractions, decimals, ratio and proportion, conversions and applications of percents, basic geometry
and measurement applications, signed numbers, and introduction to algebraic expressions
and solving equations.
Prerequisite: None 
DVST 0900 
