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Web and Hybrid Courses
Note: A Hybrid class meets in a classroom for a minimal amount of time. The majority of your work is performed online. For example, a Dev 031 Pre-Algebra course is 5-credit hours. Students in this course are required to attend class for 1 hour each week and the remaining work is performed online (instructional videos, homework, quizzes, etc.). The amount of time required each week depends on the hybrid course you take.
DEV 0105 Basic Mathematics (A, SP, SU)
This term class will introduce students to whole numbers, fractions, and decimals; study skill activities will build student skills in math study techniques, overcoming math anxiety, time management, calculator usage, and other topics to assist students overcome barriers to success in math. The course will also included managed small group study time and practice designed to improve understanding of math and communication skills. A scientific calculator is required for the last chapter of the course and the final exam. Not open to students with credit for DEV 0115 or higher.
Lecture: 2 hours
Prerequisite: By placement exam Lab fee: $4.00
This course will include integers, expressions, linear equations, percents, proportions, geometry, application problems, rational expressions, and graphing basic linear equations. A scientific calculator is required. Concurrent enrollment in DEV 0116 strongly suggested for students unfamiliar with algebra. Not open to students with credit for MATH 1020 or higher.
Lecture: 4 hours
Prerequisites: By placement exam or DEV 0105; minimum grade of “C” Lab fee: $9.00
Things you will need for a Web & Hybrid class:
Independent learning style
You must be able to work independently and take ownership in your work. You must also be disciplined enough to set aside the time necessary to be successful in this type of course.
You will need a dependable ISP (Internet Service Provider).
Note for Mathematics Students: AOL users cannot access various areas of the MyMathLab website.
An email address
You must use your CougarWeb email account that is provided by Columbus State.
Computers and printers are available on campus.
Department of Developmental Education
Aquinas Hall 215
Columbus State Community College
550 East Spring Street
Columbus, Ohio 43216
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.