Essential Skills for Mathematics
- Lecture/Discussion: 3
Thorough review of pre-university skills in algebra, trigonometry and functions. Topics discussed will include: algebraic manipulations used to simplify expressions and solve equations and inequalities; analytic geometry; and polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions. Also integrated with the course content will be discussion of specific learning strategies to help students with the transition from high school mathematics to university level expectations. The course will not count towards satisfying program requirements in mathematics.
- Completion of the Calculus Preparation Evaluation (CPE), and one of: 12U Advanced Functions, 3U Functions and Relations, 3M Functions.
- If a student has successfully passed, or is currently enrolled in MA100, MA101, MA102, MA103, MA110, or MA129, then SC101 will not be eligible for credit. This course will not count for credit in mathematics programs. Additionally, the course will not count towards satisfying program requirements in mathematics.
- Open to first-year students enrolled in one of: Biology, Chemistry, Health Science, Environmental Science, Applied Water Science, Psychology.