MAT 1033 - Intermediate Algebra

Professor Barbara Duncan

Course material is delivered through ALEKS and is best suited for self-disciplined students who like math, have some algebra background, and can work independently. Reliable computer and internet access are required. 

Students have 1 Optional and 2 MANDATORY Dale Mabry Campus meetings: 

  • Orientation (optional)
  • Midterm (mandatory)
  • Final Exam (mandatory)

Since the syllabus, schedule, testing, homework, ALEKS pie, resources and the ALEKS access code are discussed at the orientation, you are strongly encouraged to attend.  At the orientation, you will take the ALEKS Initial Knowledge Check to create your pie, and you will learn 2 topics so you can understand how ALEKS works in order to help you decide if this learning format suits you before drop/add ends.

Students must be registered in ALEKS 360 and have completed the Initial Knowledge Check during the first week of the term to avoid being administratively withdrawn without refund for non-participation (WN). No one receiving a WN will be reinstated without documented extenuating circumstances for their failure to comply.