These classes have been created by UWest instructors and the Office of Extended Studies to add academic value. Instructors have identified course and curriculum components that can be offered online thereby increasing in-class student engagement.

  • This course supplements the APA-style workshop for UWest students. The video links are to Dr. Gehart's website and YouTube.
  • Course is designed to prepare students for MATH101 Intermediate Algebra. Students will perform basic arithmetic involving whole numbers, integers, fractions, decimals, and percentages. Other topics will include order of operations, algebraic reasoning, and introduction to algebraic expressions and equations - Course description source: syllabus
  • Course Description: This course is designed to prepare students for MATH181. Students will solve linear equations, systems of equations, and quadratic equations by factoring and the quadratic formula. Other topics will include linear equations, performing basic arithmetic with polynomials and rational expressions, and factoring polynomials.
  • Course Description: Students will solve and graph polynomials, ration and transcendental functions, and conic sections, along with exponential and logarithmic equations. Other topics will include introduction to solving linear equations using determinates, function theory and notation, sequences, and the Binomial Theorem.