The Math Class that's Right for You

Developmental mathematics is a sequence of pre-college level math courses designed to prepare students for college level mathematics. The developmental mathematics program at Weber State University offers Pre-algebra (Math 0950), a First Course in Algebra (Math 0990) and Intermediate Algebra (Math 1010), as well as Pathway to Contemporary Math (Math 810). Many students entering an open enrollment institution like Weber State University need developmental mathematics courses for a variety of reasons. It is the goal of the WSU Developmental Mathematics program to assist students in gaining the math skills they need for success in college level mathematics in as short a time as possible.

Weber State University is a leader in the state when it comes to developmental mathematics reform.  Traditional developmental mathematics programs only provide lecture courses, shown by research to be the least effective method of instruction. 

Choose From These Options:

 Course Type Basic Format  
Who should take this 
class? 
How to register 
in Banner? 
Pathway to Contemporary Math*:

*This course is only for students who plan to take Math 1030, this course will not be a pre-req for any other Math QL course.
  • Meet in class 4 days a week.
  • A lot of group work in class, and some group work outside of class.
  • Most homework will be completed on your own.
  • If the usual way of learning math isn't working for you.
  • You can work in a group environment.
  • You learn best in a social setting.
  • If you have taken Math 950, or have been placed into Math 990.
  • You are planning on taking Math 1030 as your QL.
Register for the Math 810* course.

*Course number will change in the Spring of 2015.
Online Courses:

 
  • Classwork is done online.
  • Quizzes & Tests must be proctored.
  • If you are computer proficient.
  • If you can stay on track without hard deadlines.
Look for courses listed as Online.
 Flipped Math:
More info: 
www.weber.edu/flipmath
  • Meet in a classroom 4 days a week.
  • Take notes from video lecture or textbook before class.
  • Do homework in class in a study group with teacher guidance.
  • Extra help available in the Hub computer lab.
  • If learning math is a challenge.
  • If you need a strict schedule to stay on track.
  • If you like working in groups and learning in a social atmosphere. 
Look for classes that meet 4 days a week. 
TERM (Technology Enhanced Redesign of Mathematics)
More info:
http://weber.edu/developmental
math/term_and_hub.html
  • Meet in classroom 1 day a week and Hub computer lab 2 days (100 minutes) a week.
  • Complete one computer module per week with tutoring assistance.
  • Blend of web-based and individual instruction. 
  • If you have had some success in learning math.
  • If you can stay on track without hard deadlines.
  • If you want a personalized learning experience. 
Look for classes that meet 1 day a week. 
 Fast Track

This option is available in all the TERM classes.
More info:
http://weber.edu/developmental
math/Term_Hub.html
  • An option within the TERM course.
  • Test out of concepts you already know without doing the homework.
  • Test out of one or all modules.
  • Take comprehensive tests and the final exam. 
  • If you have previously done well in math and need to review some concepts.
  • If you want to finish more than one course in a semester. 
Register for a TERM class 

   

The Developmental Mathematics program will continue to develop courses designed to meet the varied needs of their diverse students.

We are dedicated to student success in mathematics.

Questions? devmath@weber.edu

Contact us

devmath@weber.edu

Office hours

Monday - Friday

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Phone

801-626-7478

Office location

Weber State University
Building 4
Room 506

Mailing address

Weber State University
Developmental Mathematics
1701 University Circle
Ogden, UT 84408-1701


Weber State UniversityOgden, Utah 84408devmath@weber.edu801-626-7478

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