Course Announcements for Spring 2017
If you are trying to add Math 1006B, please fill out this online form: Math 1006B Add Request form.
New Math 30 section
If there is enough demand, we will open another section of Math 30, TR 16:30 - 17:45 in DH 318. If you are interested fill out the Math 30 Section Request form and go to class on Tuesday, Jan 31 at 4:30 p.m.
Math Workshops and Calculus Enrollment
Math workshops (8W, 19W, 30W, 31W, 32W, 42W, 71W, 123W and 133W) will not start meeting until Monday, February 6.
To add a workshop you will need to fill out the Workshop Enrollment Form.
For Math 19, 30, 30P, 31 and 71
Workshops are a required co-requisite. You will not be able to enroll in the lecture on your own and will need to fill out the Workshop Enrollment Form.
If you would like to waive the co-requisite workshop requirement, you will need to fill out the Opt-Out Request Form.
Math 30PL covers the same material as Math 30P. It is taught in a large lecture format with small lab sections.
The main benefit of taking Math 30PL instead of Math 30P/30W is that all the students in Math 30PL are in the same lecture. Because of that, the curriculum of the workshop correlates more closely with the curriculum of the lecture. Math 30W sections, however, consist of students from multiple sections of Math 30 & Math 30P. The only reason to choose Math 30P over Math 30PL is if a student is at their unit cap and has to Opt-Out of the co-requisite workshop, Math 30W.
In the past, Math 30PL has had a 20% higher pass rate than Math 30P. Students who pass Math 30PL are eligible to enroll in Math 31. The Math 30PL lecture meets at MTWR from 10:30am-11:33am in SCI 164. To get an add code for Math 30PL, submit the Math 30PL Add Request Form.