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Requires a minimum grade of “D-” (“P” is not acceptable).
Complete (3) credits of MATH 114, 115, 117, or 127 or a MATH
course at the 2xx level or above (but not 201, 202, 251, 252 or 253).
Please note: MATH 114 or higher must be taken concurrently
or prior to ECON 101. Hence we do not advise taking MATH 113 to fulfill
the university math requirement.
Placement in UD Mathematics courses is done through the Math Placement Exam which indicates the math course(s) in which a student is
eligible to begin. Incoming students take the placement exam on-line before
they attend New Student Orientation (NSO) and are advised at
their NSO appointment as to the appropriate course for their major.
Transfer students who have taken a college math course may not
have completed the online placement exam, although it is highly recommended.
Math courses transferred from other institutions as MATH 166 or 266 should be
re-evaluated by the UD Mathematics Department. If the Math Department deems the
course is equivalent to a UD course, they will notify the University Transfer
Center and the transcript will be updated. If not, the student will need to
take a course that will fulfill the requirement. Details about how to request
evaluation of MATH transfer credits can be found here.
Alternate option for
students bringing a strong math background from high school: Students can take
Proficiency Exam (different test from the Math Placement Exam). There is no fee. Passing
the Proficiency Exam results in exemption from the Math requirement. The exam
is offered twice in an academic year. Students should contact the Math
Department for more information and for exam dates.
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