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Calculus I & II FAQ

Q: May I take MATH 012 after taking MATH 021?
A: Yes, provided you do not need to take MATH 023 or beyond.

Q: May I take MATH 011 to replace a non-passing grade in MATH 021, or take MATH 012 to replace MATH 022?
A: No. Students will only be able to replace a non-passing grade in MATH 021 with a passing grade MATH 021, and a non-passing grade in MATH 022 with a passing grade in MATH 022.

Q: Can I switch from MATH 011 to MATH 022?
A: Yes, but you will need to either:

  • Take a competency exam in MATH 021, OR
  • Choose to enroll in MATH 021 so you meet the course requisite (advisor permission is needed to enroll)

Remember, students who choose to enroll in MATH 022 after completing MATH 012 will lose the grade points and units for MATH 012. This may impact financial aid and/or degree progress so you are strongly encouraged to speak to an adviser regarding this choice.

Q: If I take MATH 011, can I take a course that requires MATH 021 as a course requisite?
A: Yes, but you will have to either:

  • Take a competency exam in MATH 021, OR
  • Choose to enroll in MATH 021 so you meet the course requisite (advisor permission needed to enroll)

Remember, students who choose to enroll in MATH 021 after completing MATH 011 will lose the grade points and units for MATH 011. This may impact financial aid and/or degree progress so you are strongly encouraged to speak to an adviser regarding this choice.

Q: If I take MATH 012, can I take a course that requires MATH 022 as a course requisite?  
A: Yes, but you will have to either:

  • Take a competency exam in MATH 022, OR
  • Choose to enroll in MATH 022 so you meet the course requisite (advisor permission is needed to enroll)

Remember, students who choose to enroll in MATH 022 after completing MATH 012 will lose the grade points and units for MATH 012. This may impact financial aid and/or degree progress so you are strongly encouraged to speak to an adviser regarding this choice.

Q: May I take MATH 012 after taking MATH 021?
A: Yes, provided you do not need to take MATH 023 or beyond.