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Department Requirements

Admission to the Department


General Education Mathematics Requirement:

Students must demonstrate competency in mathematics by completing six semester hours (two courses) at the 100-level or above.

  • Some majors have specific math courses for students to take (see major requirements).
  • Education majors must complete 9 hours of math (3 courses) to include a Geometry component (MAT 136) and College Algebra (MAT 135) or higher. 

Initial Placement in Mathematics:

Placement in initial mathematics courses for incoming freshmen is based on (1) SAT or ACT scores, (2) satisfactory completion of high school mathematics courses including Geometry, Algebra I and II, and (3) proposed Flagler College major.

Placement Cut-off Scores:

ACT Mathematics Score:


Math Lab Remediation Program°


MAT 113 Intermediate Algebra


MAT 136 Math I for Liberal Arts

MAT 137 Math II for Liberal Arts

MAT 135 College Algebra


Major Dependent

SAT Mathematics Score:


Math Lab Remediation Program***


MAT 113 Intermediate Algebra


MAT 136 Math I for Liberal Arts

MAT 137 Math II for Liberal Arts

MAT 135 College Algebra


Major Dependent

*One year of High School Algebra is required.
**Two years of High School Algebra is required.
***See Mathematics Department Chair.


Once a course has been completed for credit, students may not take the prerequisites of that course for credit toward graduation.

Associate Professor of Math and Technology Carrie Grant’s focus is on what she calls discovery-based learning, and more and more it is thanks to the use of technology in the classroom.

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