How to access your Course Placement Recommendations
Your Course Placement Recommendations are based on your high school performance information. You can find your Course Placement Recommendation Scores for English, reading, and math/quantitative reasoning on WebAdvisor under the heading "Academic Profile" and click on "Course Recommendations." See picture below:
Once you are on that page, you will be able to view your course placement recommendation scores.
Link to "How to Navigate your Course Placement Recommendations": https://youtu.be/W9H94gYr7N8
Math/Quantitative Reasoning Course Recommendations
When selecting the appropriate math course, you need to consider your major! You have received two math course placement recommendations that lead to different paths. The Statistics, Liberal Arts Math (SLAM) track is for students that are interested in the Social Sciences, Nursing, Teaching, Art, Psychology, Sociology majors to name a few. Students that are interested in Business, Science, Technology, Engineering, Math majors should take a course under the B-STEM track. Counselors are available on First Come, First Serve basis in S-112 or click here to be directed to the Counseling page.
Take Math Guided Self-Placement
Math 105, 204 & 204L, 221, Psych 210, BUS 130*
|3||Math 105, 204, 219, Psych 210, BUS 130*|
|3.5||Math 105, 204, 219, Psych 210, BUS 130*||Math 140 + 040|
|4, 5, 6||Math 105, 204 & 204L, 221, Psych 210, BUS 130*||Math 140 + 040|
|7, 8||Math 105, 204, 219, Psych 210, BUS 130*||Math 140|
|9||Math 105, 204, 221, Psych 210, BUS 130*||Math 140|
|10||Math 105, 204, 221, Psych 210, BUS 130*||Math 162|
|11||Math 105, 204, 219, Psych 210, BUS 130*||Math 162|
|12, 13||Math 105, 204, 219, Psych 210, BUS 130*||Math 150, 180/180H|
*Business 130 (not accepted if completed prior to F'19; does not meet associate degree AA/AS Math Proficiency; does meet AA-T/AS-T Math Proficiency)
To learn more about each course, click on the link below:
Students are eligible to enroll in transfer-level courses that include additional support for Math 204 (Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers), Math 221 (Statistics), and Math 140 (College Algebra). The support course (e.g., Math 040) is designed to provide students with extra assistance so that they are more likely to pass the primary course (e.g. Math 140).
Note: If you wish to take pre-transfer level classes (Math 082 or 084), please complete the Student Acknowledgment form, here. You can also meet with a counselor during drop-in hours to discuss your options. Please visit sac.edu/counseling.
Refresh your MATH skills this Fall!
Santa Ana College School of Continuing Education - Noncredit Refresher Courses
Principle of Mathematics (Basic Math): This online class covers the following topics: Whole Numbers, Fraction and Mixed Numbers, Decimal and Percent, Ratio and Proportions, Measurement and Unit Conversion, Signed Numbers, Perimeter & Area.
Introductory Algebra: This online class covers the following topics: Rational Number Operations, Expressions and Equations, Graphing Linear Equations, Exponents and Polynomials, Factoring Expressions, Introduction to Square Roots.
Study Skills 1 - Math: This class provides math tutoring with a focus on developmental math.
For information about these classes and how to register call the School of Continuing Education at (714) 241-5782 or visit the their website, click here.
Questions: Email Professor Reza Mirbeik at firstname.lastname@example.org
English Course Recommendations
English Composition is a requirement to earn an Associate Degree and/or transfer. To meet this requirement, you need to enroll in the course that was recommended. Students taking English 066 must enroll in the concurrent section of English 101 (Note: English 066 will not transfer, English 101 will transfer)
Reading Course Recommendations
You have the option of enrolling in reading courses. Reading and critical analysis are essential components of college success.
|0, 1||Reading 1|
Challenging Placement Recommendations Steps:
If you would like to challenge your placement recommendations, follow this process:
AT LEAST TWO WEEKS BEFORE INSTRUCTION BEGINS (sooner if possible),
- Meet with a counselor to discuss your placement recommendations.
- Complete the Prerequisite/Corequisite Challenge Form and provide supporting documentation.
- Submit the completed form to the appropriate department chair.
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS NEXT:
- The challenge form and supporting evidence will be reviewed by a committee consisting of the dean, department chair, and one department or division representative.
- The student will receive a written notification of the decision and the challenge form will be processed by Admissions and Records.