Choosing the Right Math Course
*Note that we have new math numbers in 2019
The math you take depends on your major or program.

Business Majors
 Business Administration, Accounting, Economics
Introduction to Statistics or Applied Calculus options, offered with and without additional math skills review
Math Skills for Statistics + Introduction to Statistics (Math 110S+Math 110)
(Previously Math 28+Math 34)This combination gives you the opportunity to refresh the math skills you need for success in Statistics and gives you extra time with your Statistics instructor. Statistics topics include study design, data analysis and statistical decisionmaking based on probability. Math 110 transfers to UC and CSU. This combination of courses is open to all students.
This combo (110S + 110) is open to all students.
Introduction to Statistics (Math 110)
(Previously Math 34)Statistics topics include study design, data analysis and statistical decisionmaking based on probability. Math 110 transfers to UC and CSU.
To take this course, you must have previously completed one of the following with at least a C:
 Algebra 1/Integrated Math 1 along with an 11^{th} grade cumulative high school GPA greater than 2.8
 High school Algebra 2/ Integrated Math 3
 Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 29 or Math 30 at LMC)
 PreStatistics course (Math 27 at LMC)
Starting Fall 2019: Intermediate Algebra for Applied Calculus + Applied Calculus (Math 140S+Math 140)
This combination gives you the opportunity to review the algebra needed for success in Applied Calculus and gives you extra time with your Applied Calculus instructor. Applied Calculus topics include the derivative and the integral and their application to business fields. Math 140 transfers to UC and CSU. This combination of courses is open to all students in Fall 2019.
This combo (140S + 140) is open to all students.
Applied Calculus (Math 140)
(Previously Math 37)
Applied Calculus topics include the derivative and the integral and their application to business fields. Math 140 transfers to UC and CSU.
To take this course, you must have previously completed one of the following with at least a C:
 High school Algebra 2/Integrated Math 3,
 Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 29 or Math 30 at LMC)

Education Majors
 Child Development, Elementary Education
Number Systems (Math 120)
This course is for prospective elementary school teachers. You will learn the concepts and theory of arithmetic as it relates to the Common Core Math Standards. Math 120 transfers to CSU.
To take this course, you must have previously completed one of the following with at least a C:
 High school Algebra 2/ Integrated Math 3,
 Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 29 or Math 30 at LMC)

Health Sciences Majors
 Nursing, Kinesiology
Introduction to Statistics, offered with and without additional math skills review
Math Skills for Statistics + Introduction to Statistics (Math 110S+Math 110)
(Previously Math 28+Math 34)This combination gives you the opportunity to refresh the math skills you need for success in Statistics and gives you extra time with your Statistics instructor. Statistics topics include study design, data analysis and statistical decisionmaking based on probability. Math 110 transfers to UC and CSU. This combination of courses is open to all students.
This combo (110S+110) is open to all students.
Introduction to Statistics (Math 110)
(Previously Math 34)Statistics topics include study design, data analysis and statistical decisionmaking based on probability. Math 110 transfers to UC and CSU.
To take this course, you must have previously completed one of the following with at least a C:
 Algebra 1/Integrated Math 1 along with an 11^{th} grade cumulative high school GPA greater than 2.8
 High school Algebra 2/ Integrated Math 3
 Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 29 or Math 30 at LMC)
 PreStatistics course (Math 27 at LMC)

Humanities & Social Sciences Majors
 Art, Art History, Administration of Justice, Anthropology, Communications, Drama, English, Ethnic Studies, History, Journalism, Liberal Arts, preLaw, Music, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology
Math Skills for Statistics + Introduction to Statistics (Math 110S+Math 110)
(Previously Math 28+Math 34)This combination gives you the opportunity to refresh the math skills you need for success in Statistics and gives you extra time with your Statistics instructor. Introduction to Statistics includes study design, data analysis and statistical decisionmaking based on probability. Math 110 transfers to UC and CSU. This combination of courses open to all students.
This combo (110S+110) is open to all students.
Introduction to Statistics (Math 110)
(Previously Math 34)Introduction to Statistics includes study design, data analysis and statistical decisionmaking based on probability. Math 110 transfers to UC and CSU.
To take this course, you must have previously completed one of the following:
 Algebra 1/Integrated Math 1 along with an 11^{th} grade cumulative high school GPA greater than 2.8
 High school Algebra 2/ Integrated Math 3
 Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 29 or Math 30 at LMC)
 PreStatistics course (Math 27 at LMC)
 Science Majors
 Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Premedical/dental, Preveterinary, Physics
Precalculus, offered with and without additional algebra review, Calculus I or accelerated CalcPath
Starting Fall 2019
Intermediate Algebra for Precalculus + Precalculus (Math 155S+ Math 155)This combination gives you the opportunity to review the algebra needed for success in Precalculus and gives you extra time with your Precalculus instructor. Precalculus involves creating mathematical models and solving equations using the family of functions typically found in Calculus. A large portion of Math 155 is trigonometry. Math 155 transfers to UC and CSU. This combination of courses open to all students in Fall 2019.
This combo (155S+155) is open to all students.
Precalculus (Math 155)
(Previously Math 40)Precalculus involves creating mathematical models and solving equations using the family of functions typically found in Calculus. A large portion of this course is trigonometry. Math 155 transfers to UC and CSU.
To take this course, you must have previously completed both of the following with at least a C:
 High school Algebra 2/ Integrated Math 3,
 Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 29 or Math 30 at LMC)
Calculus I (Math 210)
(Previously Math 50)Techniques of differentiation and an introduction to integration. Transfers to UC and CSU.
To take this course, you must have previously completed both of the following with at least a C:
 Precalculus (Math 40 or Math 155 at LMC)
 Geometry (Math 26 at LMC)–can be taken concurrently with Calculus I
CalcPath: Calculus I and II in one semester (Math 210 and 220)
(Previously Math 50 and 60)Techniques of differentiation and integration; basic differential equations. Both courses transfer to UC and CSU.
To take this course, you must have previously completed both of the following with at least a C:
 Precalculus (in high school or Math 40 or Math 155 at LMC)
 Geometry (in high school or Math 26 at LMC)–can be taken concurrently with Calculus I
 Technology Majors
Process Technology (PTEC program) or Electrical Technology (ETEC program)
Electrical Technology Math (ETEC 009)
This course meets the Associate of Science degree in Electrical and Instrumentation Technology. Math is taught in the context of problems typically encountered in this field. Topics include schematic diagrams, scientific and engineering notation, calculations with common formulas, righttriangle trigonometry.
To take this course, you must have previously completed one of the following with at least a C:
 Algebra 1/Integrated Math 1
 Elementary algebra at any community college (Math 25 or Math 29 at LMC)
Process Technology Math (PTEC 009)
This course meets the Associate of Science degree in Process Technology. Math is taught in the context of problems typically encountered in this field. Topics include basic algebra, unit analysis, data analysis.
To take this course, you must have previously completed one of the following with at least a C:
 Algebra 1/Integrated Math 1
 Elementary algebra at any community college (Math 25 or Math 29 at LMC)
For some majors, we offer a 2unit math skills review attached to the college math course that counts for your major. These courses have an “S” in the course number.
Based on your answers to the Multiple Measures Assessment process, you may be required to take a math skills review along with the college math course for your major. Even if it is not required for you, you can opt to take the math skills course if you want the extra help.
Already have an education plan that includes Math 30 or below? If you started at LMC prior to Fall 2019, you may have better math options available to you now.
Still have questions about your math requirements? Meet with an LMC counselor to develop your educational plan.