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Modesto Junior College recently added six new Math 89 – Intermediate Algebra Essentials classes for the fall semester. These courses are still open for enrollment with over 80 seats available. Open classes are available for both Monday/Wednesday and Tuesday/Thursday patterns, and are offered during the day and evening.
Math 89 is designed to prepare students for non-science, technology, engineering and mathematics (non-STEM) majors. The course is 4 units, versus 5 units for the traditional Math 90 course, and requires 72 class hours versus 90 for the traditional course. Students in non-STEM fields are encouraged to enroll in this new Math 89 course.
"These are high demand math classes that fill up quickly, so this presents an ideal opportunity, especially for new students, to take one of these classes," said Brian Sanders, dean of the Science, Mathematics and Engineering Division at MJC.
To view all open fall math classes go to MJC’s online class schedule at http://media.mjc.edu/classsearch/, click on Math under “Subjects” and click “Open” under “Status of class.” For additional information or questions on math courses, please contact the Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Division Office at (209) 575-6173.
MJC also has many other open fall classes, including administration of justice, art, computer science, geography, history, health, human service, machine technology, music, office administration and physical education activity courses.
Anyone not currently enrolled as a student must first complete an online application for MJC at www.mjc.edu. For application questions or assistance call (209) 575-6789.
New students must complete placement testing prior to registering for any math or English course. MJC’s application and assessment testing are free. For testing information and hours call (209) 575-7728 or visit http://www.mjc.edu/studentservices/enrollment/testing/.