Welcome to the St. Johns River State College Math guide! This guide was created as an additional resource for SJR State students, faculty, and staff regarding mathematics courses offered at SJR State.
Within the tabs across the top of page, you will find resources for each of the mathematics subject areas corresponding to our SJR State mathematics courses. These include, but are not limited to, handouts, videos, website links, and books on a variety of topics for each mathematics area.
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SJR State offers a variety of math courses from developmental mathematics (designed to refresh the pre-algebra and beginning algebra skills) up to Calculus (designed for students seeking STEM degrees). There is also Liberal Arts Mathematics (designed for students seeking degrees in the Liberal Arts). Make an appointment with an advisor to help determine the best math course(s) for your degree.
The following math courses are offered at St. Johns River state College. For more information on each class, consult the Course Catalog. For assistance with registering for classes, please see an SJR State advisor.
MAT 0022 | Developmental Math |
MAT 0055 | Developmental Math |
MAT 0056 | Developmental Math |
MGF 1106 | Liberal Arts Math I |
MGF 1107 | Liberal Arts Math II |
MAT 1033 | Intermediate Algebra |
MAC 1105 | College Algebra |
STA 2023 | Statistics |
MAC 1147 |
Pre-Calculus |
MAC 2233 | Survey of Calculus |
MAC 2311 | Calculus I |
MAC 2312 | Calculus II |
MAC 2313 | Calculus III |
MAP 2302 | Differential Equations |