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DS 099: Intermediate Algebra


A remedial course for students not yet prepared to take college mathematics. Students with ACT mathematics subscores less than 19 or SAT mathematics scores of 450 or less are required to enroll in DS 099 during their first semester of enrollment and continue in the course until receiving a passing grade. Students with an ACT mathematics subscore of 19 are strongly encouraged to enroll in Intermediate Algebra. Students enrolled in Intermediate Algebra are not allowed to enroll in other mathematics courses (nondegree).

3 Credits


  • Developmental Studies Program Only
  • This course is a blend of online and traditional classes. Two fifty (50) minute meetings on the Oxford campus will be required. Other work will be completed online.

Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture: Lecture for DS 099

Subject Areas

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