Dual Enrollment College Algebra + College Trigonometry

12 Jan 2017

Dual Enrollment College Algebra + College Trigonometry

Mr. Mosely
Metro Church / Winter Springs Campus
Monday / Thursday 12:20 -1:50pm

Dual Enrollment College Algebra and College Trigonometry are mathematically exciting and fast-paced college courses taught on the CCS Campus. The difficulty level of the material increases significantly throughout the semester.

MAC 1105 COLLEGE ALGEBRA Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C in MAT 1033C or appropriate score on an approved assessment . Course based on the study of functions and their role in problem solving. Topics include graphing, the linear, quadratic, and exponential families of functions, and inverse functions. Students will be required to solve applied problems and communicate their findings effectively. Technology tools will be utilized in addition to analytical methods. Gordon Rule course. Minimum grade of C required if MAC 1105 is used to satisfy Gordon Rule and general education requirements. (Valencia College)

MAC 1114 COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C in MAC 1105 or an appropriate score on an approved assessment. Topics include a symbolical, graphical, and numerical analysis of trigonometric functions; solutions of plane triangles and vectors. Applications emphasizing connections with other disciplines and with the real world will be included. Technology tools will be utilized in addition to analytical methods. Gordon Rule course. Minimum grade of C required if MAC 1114 is used to satisfy Gordon Rule and general education requirements. (Valencia College)

A TI-83 or TI-84 (preferred) calculator is required (TI-86/89 and Casio graphing calculators are not recommended).  Weekly use of Circle’s eLearning Campus and/or the Dual Enrollment College’s student portal will be required. This is a two day per week course.

Prerequisites:  Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2  AND a qualifying ACT/SAT or PERT score. Must have guidance permission for this course. Students should plan to take the ACT/SAT in January, February, or March.