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APSU Math Courses for Dual/Joint Enrolled Students

If you are a dual or joint enrollment student planning to register for a math course at APSU, please review the information below to help determine which math course best suits your needs.

APSU CoursePrerequisites
(high school courses)
Career Path

MATH 1530
Elements of Statistics

Algebra I, Algebra II,
Geometry, Precalculus

Business
Liberal Arts
Social Sciences
Nursing (APSU)

MATH 1910
Calculus & Analytic Geometry 

Algebra I, Algebra II,
Geometry, Precalculus (including trigonometry)

In addition, student must present ACT-M subscore
of 27 OR acceptable APSU placement test score.

Business
Liberal Arts
Social Sciences
Nursing (APSU)
Physical Sciences
Biology
Mathematics
Engineering
Pre-professional Programs
(pre-med, pre-dentistry, etc.)

MATH 1920
Calculus & Analytic Geometry

MATH 1910
OR
Advanced Placement Calculus AB score of 4 

Business
Liberal Arts
Social Sciences
Nursing (APSU)
Physical Sciences
Biology
Mathematics
Engineering
Pre-professional Programs
(pre-med, pre-dentistry, etc.)

MATH 2110
Calculus

MATH 1920
OR
Advanced Placement Calculus BC score of 4 

Business
Liberal Arts
Social Sciences
Nursing (APSU)
Physical Sciences
Biology
Mathematics
Engineering
Pre-professional Programs
(pre-med, pre-dentistry, etc.)

MATH 1810
Elements of Calculus

 

Algebra I, Algebra II,
Geometry, Precalculus (including trigonometry)

In addition, student must present ACT-M subscore
of 25 OR acceptable APSU placement test score.

Business
Liberal Arts
Nursing (APSU)

 

For exceptional students, other courses may be available with permission of the high school counselor and APSU mathematics faculty. Contact the APSU Mathematics Department Chair for more information.

High school counselors may contact the APSU Mathematics Department Chair to make arrangements for administration of the online APSU mathematics placement test. There may be a nominal fee for the placement test.

Students are encourage to take full advantage of the advanced placement courses offered at their high schools.

The University reserves the right to revise these guidelines at any time.