102 College Algebra
(This syllabus is for reference only. It is subject to change by
individual instructors )
(This syllabus is for reference only. It is subject to change by individual instructors
Math 102 College Algebra is a 5-credit, college-level mathematics course that requires a pre-requisite of Math 098 Intermediate Algebra with a grade of 2.0 or better, or appropriate placement score. Math 102 will satisfy both the math and the quantitative reasoning requirements for an Associate of Arts degree. This course transfers to four-year colleges or universities as math credits. This course is designed to bridge the gap between Intermediate Algebra and Pre-Calculus
1. Functions and their graphs
2. Polynomial and rational functions
3. Exponential and logarithmic functions
4. Analytic geometry
5. Systems of equations and inequalities
6. Matrices and determinants
Hawkes Learning Systems:COLLEGE
If you plan to purchase your course materials off campus, make sure the
materials containing the valid license for online GradeBook.
If you plan to purchase your course materials off campus, make sure the materials containing the valid license for online GradeBook.
You may contact Hawkes Learning Systems' technical support via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (843) 571-2825.
This online course utilizes Hawkes Learning Systems' courseware. Discussions among students will be through the Hawkes' website discussion board. Hawkes' courseware consists of CD's, a textbook, and a license for online Grade-book. The CD's will offer a multimedia presentation of every section and intelligent tutoring. The textbook contains the same topics as in the CD's. The instructor will assign a set of homework exercises through the online Gradebook. Students complete the homework online and the results will be recorded online by the Gradebook.
We recommend you use your own calculator. Graphing calculators (such as TI 83) are recommended. It is important to be comfortable with your own calculator. You are allowed to use the calculator on your graded tests.
If you need course adaptations or accommodations because of a disability, or if you have emergency medical information to share with me, or if you need special arrangements, or if you have other concerns you would like to express, please feel free to call, email, or see your instructor on campus. If we need to make any special arrangements for you, you must meet with Roxanne Tillman, located in RS 12, Robert Smith Building, the Disability Support Services office at 206-763-5137 to coordinate reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities Note that there is free private tutoring available in the Special Students Services Center (RS 18) and in the Student Success Service (RS 66 Click). The MAST tutoring center in RS18 (206 763-5137) is available for the math tutoring.
Click the Practice button in your online lesson and do all practice problems. Click the Certify button in your online lesson, do all Certify problems.
There will be
four tests and one comprehensive final exam. Your instructor will contact you regarding the procedure for taking
The grading scale is given below:
(Your instructor may change some policies in the syllabus.)