You will be placed into a mathematics (MATH) or statistics (STAT) class based on your skill level and your educational goal. You can view your placement results in your eServices account. From your eServices dashboard, click on the Academic Records tile, then Placements.

View the Adobe PDFFLC Mathematics & Statistics Tree Sequence (PDF).

Transfer Bound Students

Statistics and math support (MATHS) corequisite classes are required for those students who want to get to transfer level coursework in their first semester, but need additional support:

  • MATHS 46 - Support for Calculus for Business and Economics (open to all students that have passed Algebra 2 or Integrated Math 3 in high school)
  • MATHS 55 - Support for Trigonometry with College Algebra (open to all students that have passed Algebra 2 or Integrated Math 3 in high school)
  • STAT 10 - Support for Introduction to Probability and Statistics (open to all students)

Review the information below based on your intended major:

Business, Economics, & Management Major

MATH 341 - Calculus for Business and Economics is recommended for students in these majors.

If you placed into MATHS 46 - Support for Calculus for Business and Economics, you can still complete transfer level math for your major in one semester; you must take both MATH 341 and MATHS 46 concurrently. The topics for MATHS 46 are intended to help you develop the skills and understanding necessary for success in MATH 341. 

Match the MATH 341 course to the corresponding section of MATHS 46, and make sure you add the correct Spring 2020 pairing into your eServices shopping cart when registering for classes. Note: These pairings are open to all students that have passed Algebra 2 or Integrated Math 3 in high school.

MATH 341 Course (4 Units) MATHS 46 Course (3 Units)
TTh 12:00 to 2:05 pm
Main Folsom campus
Instructor TBA
Course #20299
AND TTh 2:15 to 3:35 pm
Main Folsom campus
Instructor TBA
Course #20179

Elementary Education Major

MATH 310 - Math Discovery is recommended for students in this major. MATH 310 is open to all students that passed Algebra 2 in high school.

Liberal Arts Major

STAT 300 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics is recommended for students in these majors.

If you placed into STAT 10 - Support for Introduction to Probability and Statistics, you can still complete transfer level statistics in one semester; you must take both STAT 300 and STAT 10 concurrently. The topics for STAT 10 are intended to help you develop the skills and understanding necessary for success in STAT 300. 

Match the STAT 300 course to the corresponding STAT 10 section, and make sure you add the correct Spring 2020 pairing into your eServices shopping cart when registering for classes. Note: These pairings are open to all students.

STAT 300 Course (4 Units) STAT 10 Course (2 Units)
MWF 8:00 to 9:10 am 
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Jensen 
Course #20238
AND MW 9:20 to 10:10 am
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Jensen
Course #20239
MWF 8:00 to 9:10 am 
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Kroencke 
Course #20240
AND MW 9:20 to 10:10 am 
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Kroencke 
Course #20241
MWF 10:30 to 11:40 am 
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Kroencke 
Course #20244
AND MW 11:50 am to 12:40 pm
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Kroencke 
Course #20245
MWF 10:30 to 11:40 am 
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Jensen
Course #20242
AND MW 11:50 am to 12:40 pm
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Jensen
Course #20243
TTh 1:00 to 3:05 pm 
Main Folsom campus
Instructor Cohen 
Course #20254
AND TTh 3:15 to 4:05 pm
Main Folsom campus
Instructor Cohen 
Course #20255
MW 12:00 to 2:05 pm 
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Pietromonaco
Course #20246
AND MW 2:15 to 3:05 pm
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Pietromonaco
Course #20247
TTh 8:00 to 10:05 am 
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Cohen
Course #20248
AND TTh 10:15 to 11:05 am
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Cohen
Course #20249
TTh 9:00 to 10:10 am 
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Eitel
Course #20250
AND TTh 10:20 to 11:10 am 
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Eitel
Course #20251
TTh 10:30 am to 12:35 pm 
Main Folsom campus
Instructor Harden
Course #20252
AND TTh 12:45 to 1:35 pm
Main Folsom campus
Instructor Harden 
Course #20253
MW 6:00 to 8:05 pm 
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Holmes
Course #20256
AND MW 8:15 to 9:05 pm 
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Holmes
Course #20257
TTh 1:00 to 3:05 pm 
El Dorado Center 
Prof. Curran
Course #20262
AND TTh 3:15 to 4:05 pm
El Dorado Center
Prof. Curran
Course #20263
TTh 1:00 to 3:05 pm 
Rancho Cordova Center
Prof. Nersesyan
Course #20260
AND TTh 3:15 to 4:05 pm
Rancho Cordova Center
Prof. Nersesyan
Course #20261
MW 11:15 am to 1:20 pm
Rancho Cordova Center
Prof. Nersesyan
Course #20258
AND MW 1:30 to 2:20 pm
Rancho Cordova Center
Prof. Nersesyan
Course #20259

Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math (STEM) Major

The courses noted in the STEM Major portion of the Adobe PDFFLC Mathematics & Statistics Tree Sequence (PDF) is recommended for students in these majors. To get started on transfer level coursework, it is recommended that you take MATH 335 - Trigonometry with College Algebra. 

If you placed into MATHS 55 - Support for Trigonometry with College Algebra, you can still complete transfer level math for your major in one semester; you must take both MATH 335 and MATHS 55 concurrently. The topics for MATHS 55 are intended to help you develop the skills and understanding necessary for success in MATH 335. 

Match the MATH 335 course to the corresponding section of MATHS 55, and make sure you add the correct Spring 2020 pairing into your eServices shopping cart when registering for classes. Note: These pairings are open to all students that have passed Algebra 2 or Integrated Math 3 in high school.

MATH 335 Course (5 Units) MATHS 55 Course (3 Units)
MTWTh 8:50 to 10:00 am 
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Chiang-Yamada
Course #20297
AND TTh 10:10 to 11:30 am
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Chiang-Yamada
Course #20298
MTWTh 11:40 am to 12:50 pm 
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Chiang-Yamada
Course #21257
AND MW 10:10 to 11:30 am
Main Folsom campus
Prof. Chiang-Yamada
Course #21258

Skill Builder Courses

For those students who did not complete Algebra 2 in high school or students wanting to complete the Algebra sequence before enrolling in transfer level mathematics, the following courses are open access courses:

  • MATH 20 - Arithmetic
  • MATH 30 - Pre-Algebra
  • MATH 100 - Elementary Algebra
  • MATH 110 - Elementary Geometry
  • MATH 120 - Intermediate Algebra