The MathBridge program is a Pre-Calculus math course designed to allow students to navigate learning paths based on their level of readiness, creating a customized Pre Calculus course that meets each student's particular learning needs. The course includes an extensive algebra and geometry review and will prepare students to be successful in a high school or college level Calculus I course.
When is the MathBridge Program?
The Math Bridge will occur over two weeks during the Summer 2013 semesters at UCCS. Students will will spend 3 hours each day on MathBridge Online Coursework in a UCCS math lab with professional assistance.
The 2013 session runs during the afternoon, Monday through Friday, June 3-14 on the UCCS campus.
What will I get from the MathBridge Program?
MathBridge students will be able to address any gaps in their own math understanding to gain a solid foundation for success in Calculus I. Coursework will cover Algebra II, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus concepts. The course is designed to allow students to enter a high school or college level Calculus I course without any need for remediation.
What is the format of the MathBridge course?
MathBridge students will do the majority of the coursework online using Blackboard, ALEKS, and other internet resources in a UCCS math lab. The instructor will be there during class times to support student understanding and success.
Who can take the MathBridge Pre-Calculus Course?
Any student who has taken Algebra II can enroll.
What is the cost?
The cost of the MathBridge Pre-Calculus course is $225 for the 2-week course.