See a counselor to understand all your placement results, select classes, and to create an educational plan. Your major and/or academic goal along with other placements (AP/IB) will determine your required classes. 

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What do your placements mean?


English placement in:

You are eligible to take:

Your English level makes you ready for most college classes.

You are eligible to take:

To take ENGL 100, you will also need to enroll in the corequisite ENGL 901 (lab).  Remember to enter both ENGL 100 and 901 CRNs when registering.

After passing ENGL 100, you will move on to ENGL 001A.

You are eligible to take:

To take ENGL 400, you will also need to enroll in the corequisite ENGL 902 (lab).  Remember to enter both ENGL 400 and 902 CRNs when registering.

After passing ENGL 400, you will take:

Math placement in:

You are eligible to take:

  • STAT 050 Elementary Statistics
  • STAT 018 Statistics for Behavioral and Social Sciences
  • STAT 015 Statistics for Business and Economics
  • MATH 015 Mathematics for Liberal Arts Major
  • MATH 003 College Algebra
  • MATH 007A Mathematical Analysis I
  • MATH 009 Pre-Calculus Mathematics
  • MATH 005A Single Variable Calculus I
  • BUS 014A Mathematical Analysis for Business - Finite

Your major and academic goal will determine which math to take. Depending on your major and/or academic goal you may not need to complete a high level math course.

Undecided about your major?  We recommend you wait to take math after you decide on your major/career.

To determine which math class to take, please speak to a counselor.

You are eligible to take:

  • STAT 050 Elementary Statistics
  • STAT 018 Statistics for Behavioral and Social Sciences
  • STAT 015 Statistics for Business and Economics
  • MATH 015 Mathematics for Liberal Arts Major
  • MATH 003 College Algebra
  • MATH 007A Mathematical Analysis I
  • MATH 009 Pre-Calculus Mathematics
  • BUS 014A Mathematical Analysis for Business - Finite

Your major and academic goal will determine which math to take. Depending on your major and/or academic goal you may not need to complete a high level math course.

Undecided about your major?  We recommend you wait to take math after you decide on your major/career.

To determine which math class to take, please speak to a counselor.

You are eligible to take:

  • STAT 050 Elementary Statistics
  • STAT 018 Statistics for Behavioral and Social Sciences
  • STAT 015 Statistics for Business and Economics
  • MATH 015 Mathematics for Liberal Arts Major
  • MATH 003 College Algebra
  • MATH 007A Mathematical Analysis I
  • BUS 014A Mathematical Analysis for Business - Finite

Your major and academic goal will determine which math to take.

Undecided about your major?  We recommend you wait to take math after you decide on your major/career.

To determine which math class to take, please speak to a counselor.

You are eligible take:

  • STAT 050 Elementary Statistics
  • STAT 018 Statistics for Behavioral and Social Sciences
  • STAT 015 Statistics for Business and Economics
  • MATH 015 Mathematics for Liberal Arts Major
  • BUS 014A Mathematical Analysis for Business – Finite
  • MATH 131 Intermediate Algebra

Your major and academic goal will determine which math to take.

For transfer majors that require MATH 003 or MATH 7A or MATH 005A or BUS 14A or if you are a
Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) major:

  • Take MATH 131

Undecided about your major?  We recommend you wait to take math after you decide on your major/career.

To determine which math class to take, please speak to a counselor.

You are eligible take:

  • MATH 131 Intermediate Algebra
  • MATH 150 Quantitative Literacy II

STEM Math Sequence - For transfer majors that require MATH 003 or MATH 7A or MATH 005A or BUS 14A or
if you are a Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) major:

  • Take MATH 131 → Transfer Level (STAT 050, STAT 018, STAT 015, MATH 0015, MATH 003, MATH 007A, BUS 014A)

SLAM Math Sequence  - For transfer majors who do not require a specific transfer math or
Associate degrees which do not require a specific math course:

  • Take MATH 150 → MATH 015 or STAT 050 or STAT 018

MATH 131 or 150 will meet the Math Competency requirement for the PCC A.S. and A.A. GE requirement. 

If you are not transferring and would like to earn a Certificate at PCC, you may not need math course.

For more assistance in determining which math path to follow, please speak to a counselor.

You are eligible to take:

  • MATH 125 Elementary Algebra
  • MATH 150 Quantitative Literacy II

STEM Math Sequence - For transfer majors that require MATH 003 or MATH 7A or MATH 005A or BUS 14A or
if you are a Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) major:

  • Take MATH 125 → 131 → Transfer Level (STAT 050, STAT 018, STAT 015, MATH 0015, MATH 003, MATH 007A, BUS 014A)

SLAM Math Sequence - For transfer majors who do not require a specific transfer math or
Associate degrees which do not require a specific math course:

  • Take MATH 150 → MATH 015 or STAT 050 or STAT 018

MATH 150 will meet the Math Competency requirement for the PCC A.S. and A.A. GE requirement.  

If you are not transferring and would like to earn a Certificate at PCC, you may not need a math course.

For more assistance in determining which math path to follow, please speak to a counselor.

You are eligible to take:

  • MATH 402 Pre-algebra
  • MATH 250 Quantitative Literacy I

After passing MATH 402 or 250, you will take 1 or more Math classes depending on your academic goal.

You are eligible take:

  • MATH 450 Numerical Foundations

After passing MATH 450, you will take 2 or more Math classes depending on your academic goal.

Have AP or IB credit?


AP - If you received a score of 3 or higher in English and/or Math, you may use your score to place into a higher level.

IB - If you received a score of 4 or higher, you may use your score to meet transfer requirements.

Transferring universities have different policies regarding AP scores.

To get a new placement based on your AP score or to determine how to use your AP or IB credit for your academic goal, please speak to a counselor.

Things to Remember


To improve your registration date:

Complete Online Orientation  See a counselor to get an educational plan

 

Undecided about your major or career?


Meet with a career counselor in the Career Center and take our Career Planning class, COUN 017.

Assessment Policy


To find out more about retesting or placement expiration, go to the Assessment website and scroll down.