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Early Start Math  

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Math Course Descriptions
Course Description

ESM 1050

June 13-June 30

 

Introduction to Mathematical Thinking and Practice                                             Units: 1

Practice with procedural fluency, adaptive reasoning, problem-solving, and written communication in mathematics. Examination of effective habits and practices that contribute to success in introductory mathematics courses within the university community.

In-Person and Asynchronous

Course open to STEM Home students. 

ESM 1050

July 11-July 28

Introduction to Mathematical Thinking and Practice                                             Units: 1

Practice with procedural fluency, adaptive reasoning, problem-solving, and written communication in mathematics. Examination of effective habits and practices that contribute to success in introductory mathematics courses within the university community.

In-person and Asynchronous

Course open to Non-STEM Home students. 

ESM 1050

July 11-July 28

Introduction to Mathematical Thinking and Practice                                             Units: 1

Practice with procedural fluency, adaptive reasoning, problem-solving, and written communication in mathematics. Examination of effective habits and practices that contribute to success in introductory mathematics courses within the university community.

Synchronous and Asynchronous

Course open to Host students. (Home students need department consent to enroll in this class.)  

Early Start English 

Early Start English Course Description
Course Description

ESE 1050

June 13-June 30

Introduction to University Literacies                                                                      Units: 1

Analysis of the forms and content of literature. Emphasis is on the methodology of reading prose fiction, drama and poetry. In this Early Start English course (ESE 105), you will reflect on past experiences as a writer and reader; explore the kinds of writing and reading activities in university courses; and begin to develop strategies for navigating the new writing and reading occasions you will encounter as a college student.
Graded A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, C-/No credit.

Asynchronous

Course open to Home and Host students.