Lee College offers two academic transfer math pathways. The Algebra Pathway leads to MATH 1314 (College Algebra) and the Statistics Pathway leads to MATH 1332 (Contemporary Math) and MATH 1342 (Statistics). The credit math course required in your degree program determines your best math pathway.
The diagram below illustrates the sequence of developmental courses that lead to these credit math courses. Your starting point in this sequence is determined by predefined criteria or placement testing. The blue boxes illustrate the Algebra Pathway and the green boxes illustrate the Statistics Pathway.
Credit Math Course Descriptions:
MATH 1314 (College Algebra): The course is designed to prepare students for higher level math courses such as calculus and business math and to teach the math skills required for related science courses such as chemistry and physics.
MATH 1332 (Contemporary Math): The course uses multiple approaches such as physical, symbolic, graphical, and verbal to solve financial and social application problems.
MATH 1342 (Statistics): The course emphasizes the collection, organization, analysis and interpretation of numerical data in real-world situations.