Summary of the developmental math options available to students at UNH
Student progress through the developmental mathematics curriculum (courses inside the gray box).
The developmental math classes shown in blue boxes are taught in
the Math Zone, while those shown in red boxes are taught outside the Math Zone.
Courses shown in green are typical courses students following a STEM based
curriculum are expected to take, while courses shown in yellow
are typical non-STEM based math or physics courses.
MATH 1110 is shown
highlighted as it is the lowest level developmental
math class at which a College of Engineering student or Forensic Science
student will start,
unless the student's advisor from
the College of Engineering or from Forensic Science, as appropriate, elects a lower placement.
All engineering and forensic science students seeking a lower placement than MATH 1110
are directed to their advisors for advice
The small dotted arrow
connecting MATH 1108 to MATH 1110 represents a controlled pathway to
MATH 1110 from MATH 1108 open to only a limited number of students.
MATH 1108 is typically the starting course for most students in the
College of Business
The University of New Haven,