If you are a B.A., B.F.A. or B.S. student & need to satisfy your Mathematics Proficiency requirement, the information below will help you identify a course that you can take.

If you scored a 4 or 5 on the AB or BC Advanced Placement (AP) exam, congratulations, you've already satisfied you math requirement.

If this is not the case, you'll need to take **one course** in mathematics. Use the chart below to help figure out which class is best for you.

**Math 1110: Probability and Statistics I**

*Prerequisite: High School Algebra.*

This class serves as an introductory statistics course with no Calculus.

**Math 1140: Statistics for Business**

*Prerequisite: High School Algebra and INFO 1010.*

This course serves as an introductory statistics course for those with interests in business.

**Math 1150: Introduction to Calculus**

*Prerequisite: High School Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry.*

This course is an introduction to Calculus I.

**Math 1210: Calculus I**

*Prerequisite: High School Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry.*

This course covers all the materials of Calculus I.

**Math 1310: Consolidated Calculus**

*Prerequisite: A prior knowledge of Calculus. A score of 3 or higher in the Calculus AP test or permission of the undergraduate. A student may not receive credit for both 1220 and 1310. Students with no prior AP credit in calculus may gain credit for 121 by getting a B- or better in 1310 in addition to credit in 1310.*

If you're a Bachelor of Science student, you'll need six math credits (2 courses). Use the chart to figure out AP credit (if any) that you can use for the requirement.

- With an AP Score of 4 or 5 on the AB exam, you'll receive credit for Math 1210 (Calculus I)

Which satisfies 1 course requirement

- With an AP Score of 3 on the BC exam, you'll receive no credit.

- With an AP Score of 3 on the BC exam with a 4 or 5 on the AB subsection, you'll receive credit for Math 1310 (Consolidated Calculus)

Which satisfies 1 course requirement

- With an AP Score of 4 or 5 on the BC exam, you'll receive credit for Math 1210 (Calculus I) & Math 1220 (Calculus II)

Which satisfies both course requirements

If this is the case, then you must satisfy 2 course credits in one of the following ways:

1. If you want to take Calculus I over 2 semesters you must take the following courses:

- Math 1150 & Math 1160 (Long Calculus) This is a slower version of Math 1210 (Calculus I) so it only counts as one course towards your requirement even though it lasts 2 semesters. Note: Math 1150 alone does not count towards your math requirement. However, taken with Math 1106, together they count for one course.
- Math 1220 (Calculus II)

2. If you want to finish Calculus I in 1 semester you must take the following:

- Math 1210 (Calculus I)
- & Math 1220 (Calculus II) or Math 1230

You should take Math 1310 (Consolidated Calculus).