Developmental Mathematics – Combined

Course Code:

Credit Hours:
3 non-credit semester hours

Effective beginning:



Course Description:
This is a developmental course designed for the student who has little or no secondary school background in algebra and needs preparation for MAT 1033, MGF1106 or MGF 1107. Topics included: order of operations including parenthesis and exponents; operations on polynomial, rational and radical expressions; factoring; solve linear, and quadratic equations; graph linear equations. This course content is a combination of the traditional lecture format and in-class online practice, with additional out of class computer-assisted homework assignments. Students with placement test scores of 18 or lower on the ACT or 113 or lower on the PERT are required to take MAT 0022. A grade of "C" or higher must be earned in the course to advance to the next higher mathematics - MAT 1033, MGF1106 or MGF1107. This course does not meet general education requirements in mathematics.


Course Details


Donna Huff

Allyson Howell


Required textbooks/ course materials:

No textbook or course materials are required to purchase for this course.  



Assignment/course outline:

See first-day handout.


Discipline-level learning outcomes:

M-1  Apply arithmetic, algebraic, or geometric skills to solve mathematical problems.

M-2  Represent basic mathematical information verbally, numerically,  graphically, or symbolically.

M-3  Use technology to solve mathematical problems.

M-4  Interpret mathematical models  such as formulas, graphs, tables and schematics.

M-5  Use mathematical processes in solving real world applications.

MAT 0022 is not a General Education core course.


Course-level learning outcomes:

Course-level student learning outcomesDiscipline-level learning outcomesAssessment methods
  • Calculate using real numbers
  • Determine solutions for linear and quadratic equations
  • Apply more than one method to construct a graph of linear equations
  • Change algebraic expressions into equivalent forms
  • Use various operations to simplify algebraic expression
  • Make use of mathematical concepts to solve real-world problems 

M-1, 3
M-1, 3
M-1, 2, 3, 4
M-1, 3
M-1, 3
M-1, 3, 5

Pre/Post, Cumulative Final


Means of accomplishing learning outcomes:

The content for this course has been broken down into six units, each containing computerized practice material (homework). Daily lectures will be presented in class and students will use the remaining class time to begin work on computerized assignments. Assignments not completed in class must be finished outside of class time.


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