Through College Algebra, Pre-calculus, and Calculus
Here are some possible tracks to calculus for students who must start in one of the courses that precede calculus. The math course maps show the prerequisites for the most commonly taken math courses. Click this link to look up all math course descriptions. Students must get a C or higher in each course in order to go on to the next course listed.
Recommended routes to Math 1310 or (1340 and 1350),
Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
1280 - 1310 for the well-prepared, motivated, and mature student (these are both five-hour courses)
1280 - 1340 - 1350 for the well-prepared student who needs a less intense calculus course spread over two semesters
1220 - 1280 - 1340 - 1350 for the typical student who places into Math 1220. Math 1280 is a five-hour course, but only three of those hours count toward graduation because of the overlap in topics with 1220.