1. What will I learn in the Foundations of Math course?

    Course Overview and Learning Outcomes

    Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning is a semester-long quantitative literacy-based course designed to provide you with the skills and conceptual understanding to succeed in a college-level statistics or quantitative literacy course.

    Foundations is organized around big mathematical and statistical ideas. The course will help you to develop conceptual understanding and acquire multiple strategies for solving problems. The course will also prepare you for success in future courses and will help you develop skills for the workplace and as productive citizens.

  2. I placed into MATH 0306. Can I sign up for this class?

    We are excited that you are interested in the New Mathways Project, but you must have placed into MATH 0308 or higher in order to be eligible to participate in the New Mathways Project.

  3. I placed into MATH 0308. Can I sign up for this class?

    Yes!

    If you qualify to take the Foundations course, you will only have to take two math courses instead of four to complete MATH 1342 (Statistics). Completion of MATH 1342 (Statistics) will complete the mathematics component for the Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) and Associate of Arts (AA) degrees. Note that a second mathematics course is needed in order to complete the requirements for the Associate of Science (AS) degree.

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  4. I placed into MATH 0310. Can I sign up for this class?

    Yes!

    If you qualify to take the Foundations course, you will only have to take two math courses instead of three to complete MATH 1342 (Statistics). Completion of MATH 1342 (Statistics) will complete the mathematics component for the Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) and Associate of Arts (AA) degrees. Note that a second mathematics course is needed in order to complete the requirements for the Associate of Science (AS) degree.

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  5. I already took EDUC 1300 (or HUMD 0330). Do I have to take this course again if I enroll in the Foundations of Math course?

    Good news! You have the option of taking the Foundations course alone if you have already earned college credit for EDUC 1300 course. If you have earned credit for the HUMD 0330 course, you will need to take the Frameworks course (EDUC 1300).

  6. When are these classes being offered?

    The Foundations course will be offered at the following days and times during the Spring 2014 semester: 

      • Monday and Wednesdays from 9:00a - 10:50a
        • Taught by Keturah Johnson
      • Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:30p - 3:20p
        • Taught by Jan Barron
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30a - 10:20a
        • Instructor TBD
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30a - 12:20p
        • Instructor TBD
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:30p-3:35p
        • Instructor TBD
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00p - 8:05p
        • Taught by Misti Morrison
      • Mondays through Thursdays from 7:50a - 8:50a
        • Instructor TBD
  7. This sounds fantastic! How do I sign up?

    We are excited that you want to participate in this extraordinary opportunity! To sign up, simply request more information. One of our representatives will contact you soon.

  8. This sounds too good to be true. Is there a catch?

    We at Lone Star College are interested in our students' success while at our institution as well as after a student moves on to bigger goals. As such, the following are important to note:

    • These courses are currently only being offered at Lone Star College - Kingwood.
    • It is recommended that students enroll in the NMP-designated Statistics course in the Spring semester.
    • Some majors may require an additional math course in order to complete requirements for a degree.
    • Statistics (MATH 1342) will complete the mathematics component for an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) or an Associate of Arts (AA) degree, but a second math course will be required to complete the mathematics component of an Associate of Science (AS) degree.
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