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Math Placement for Engineering

In order to be successful in Engineering, you must be fluent in the language of math. Solving engineering problems requires the use of higher levels of mathematics. If you are not sure what math class you should be taking, use this crosswalk chart to make the decision.

Instructions: Start at the highest-level math class you have completed then read across to see what your next step is.

Highest Level of Math Completed

Next Step

Notes

High-School Level Math (Pre-Calculus or Calculus)

Check Tyler Placement Test Waivers or come to the Advising Center 

University Engineering Programs do not accept High School level math.

MTH 161 Precalculus I (or equivalent at another college) grade of C or higher

MTH 162 Precalculus II

 

MTH 162 Precalculus II, grade of C or higher

MTH 263 Calculus I

Review Precalculus II before you start MTH 263, especially if you earned a C

AP Calculus AB score 3

MTH 263 Calculus I

University Engineering Programs will not accept a score below 4.

AP Calculus AB, score 4-5

MTH 264 Calculus II

 

AP Calculus BC, score 3

MTH 264 Calculus II

University Engineering Programs will not accept a score below 4.

MTH 263 Calculus I (or equivalent at another college), grade of C or higher

MTH 264 Calculus II

 

AP Calculus BC, score 4-5

MTH 267 Differential Equations

 

MTH 264 Calculus II (or equivalent at another college), grade of C or higher

MTH 267 Differential Equations

 


 

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