Math Path
Math Path Spring 2016 Schedule is now available!
How to sign up for Math Path Spring 2016:
1. Watch the Orientation video
2. Pass the Orientation video quiz with a score of 100% (Link located at bottom of Orientation page)
3. Complete the Orientation Form (available after passing the quiz)
Disclaimer: Completing the Orientation Form does not guarantee a spot in Math Path.
After submitting the Orientation Form, you will be emailed by the Math Path office within 5  7 business days about how to register for a Math Path course. Again, a spot in a Math Path course is not guaranteed.
If you have any questions please call (626)5857458. You may also email Math Path at mathpath@pasadena.edu or visit us in person in R420.
So much MATH, So little TIME.
Does it seem like there is no end in sight to your math classes, and there is so little time to complete them all? Are you concerned about just not "getting it?"
Well, now there is a solution. You can take the Math Path!
 Complete TWO full semesters of math in just ONE semester
 Concentrate on success in math
 Be a part of a community of fellow classmates and get through it together
Math Path is a commitment. You must be willing to:
 Spend 20 hours per week outside of class time working on math
 Arrive on time to EVERY class
 Actively participant in class activities
 Ask for help from your instructors, classmates and/or tutors
 Help classmates understand concepts
 Attend office hours when needed
 Work 20 hours or fewer if you have a job outside of school
Many Levels to Choose From:
Math Path 450/402
Total units: 8
MATH 450, Numerical Foundations
 Taken for the first 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 45 days a week
Students MUST pass MATH 450 with a grade C or higher to continue on to MATH 402, Prealgebra
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Math Path 402/125
Total units: 8
MATH 402, Prealgebra
 Taken for the first 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 45 days a week
Students MUST pass MATH 402 with a grade C or higher to continue on to MATH 125
MATH 125, Beginning Algebra
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Math Path 125/131
Total units: 12
MATH 125, Beginning Algebra
 Taken for the first 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
MATH 330, Success Skills for Beginning Algebra (supports MATH 125)
 Taken for the first 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for CR/NC
 Meets 4 days a week
Students MUST pass MATH 125 with a grade C or higher to continue on to MATH 131
MATH 131, Intermediate Algebra
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
MATH 331, Success skills for Intermediate Algebra (supports MATH 131)
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for CR/NC
 Meets 4 days a week
Math Path 7A/7B
Total units: 8
MATH 7A*, Mathematical Analysis 1
 Taken for the first 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Students MUST pass MATH 7A with a grade C or higher to continue on to MATH 7B
MATH 7B , Mathematical Analysis 2
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Math Path 7B/5A
Total units: 8
MATH 7B , Mathematical Analysis 2
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Students MUST pass MATH 7B with a grade C or higher to continue on to MATH 5A
MATH 5A , Calculus
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Math Path 9/5A
Total units:
MATH 9, Precalculus
 Taken for the first 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Students MUST pass MATH 9 with a grade C or higher to continue on to MATH 5A
MATH 5A , Calculus
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Math Path 5A/5B
Total units: 10
MATH 5A, Calculus
 Taken for the first 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Students MUST pass MATH 5A with a grade C or higher to continue on to MATH 5B
MATH 5B, Calculus
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Math Path 5B/5C
Total units: 10
MATH 5B, Calculus
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Students MUST pass MATH 5B with a grade C or higher to continue on to MATH 5C
MATH 5C, Calculus
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Math Path 5C/10
Total units: 10
MATH 5C, Calculus
 Taken for the first 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
MATH 10, Linear Algebra
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Math Path 10/55
Total units: 10
MATH 10, Linear Algebra
 Taken for the first 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
MATH 55, Differential Equations
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Stat Path 141/50
Total units: 8
Prerequisite: MATH 125, Math 127B, Math 128B or
placement based on the Math assessment process.
MATH 141 , Survey of Mathematical Ideas
 Taken for the first 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Students MUST pass MATH 141 with a grade C or higher to continue on to Stat 50
Stats 50, Elementary Statistics
 Taken for the second 8 weeks of the semester
 Taken for a letter grade
 Meets 4  5 days a week
Hear what past participants have to say about Math Path:
I felt comfortable asking questions, which was a big step to overcome for me. The fact that the class is so united helped me a lot.
I complained about the hour of the Success Skills class at first but after seeing how much I got done; now I believe that the students in the next Math Path should stay longer. That way they will be able to accomplish what I accomplished.
By selecting this program I have improved my mathematical skills at a level that I never knew I could have otherwise.

The teachers, volunteers, and tutors all support the students to reach their goals
It was fabulous to have handson measurement instruments, talks and discussions, about the way math can relate to our daily life in different forms and disciplines such as Biology, Geology, and Astronomy.