This is an arithmetic-based course with an emphasis on application problem-solving. Real numbers, ratio, fractions, percent, formula, and statistics are studied. Required of students who do not pass the Math Proficiency Exam (MPE).

This is a study of exponents, radicals, rational expressions, linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, systems of equations, and applications. (Prereq: MA-100 or equivalent)

This is an introduction to vector spaces, Euclidean spaces, the foundational propositions of linear algebra, matrices, and quadratic forms. (Prereq: MA-201 or equivalent)

This is a study of the various methods used for solving triangular problems. The analytical function of trigonometry is demonstrated through investigations of identities and simple equation solutions. The additional topics of exponential and logarithmic functions, matrices, sequences, and probability are discussed. (Prereq: MA-200 or equivalent)

This is an introduction to advanced Euclidean geometry with topics including circles, constructions, loci, polygons, triangles, and congruences. (Prereq: MA-301)