The Math Department is making major changes in how we teach math at Dodge City Community College and this will impact your math enrollment starting in Fall 2023.See the press release here: DC3 Math Program to Change to Corequisite Model
The BasicsWhich Math Class or Classes Should I Take?How to EnrollOdds & Ends
Dodge City Community College is redesigning its mathematics program. Starting in Fall 2023, everyone can enroll in a math class that counts towards a degree. All ‘developmental’ math courses are being retired, which means College Prep Math and Intermediate Algebra will not be available starting in Fall 2023.
In general, we encourage students to take the highest level math class for which they are prepared. Most students, however, will take an introductory math course. We currently offer two such courses:
For students who need or would like extra assistance when taking one of these math classes, we are offering a support course that will provide timely help and skill-building exercises as needed.
The support courses are:
MATH 001 – Modern College Math Support Course (pairs with and supports MATH 101)
MATH 006 – College Algebra Support Course (pairs with and supports MATH 106)
The support course will meet for 2 hours each week (in addition to the 3 hours you meet for the main class) and will be graded as Pass/Fail. The support courses are 0 credit hours and do not cost more than what you are already paying for the main course.
The correct math course for you will depend on your level of preparedness and your major or transfer plans. We have created a placement tool to help you determine which math class is the best option for you:
Guided Self Placement Tool Google Form
You can meet with a math faculty and/or an academic advisor if you would like further clarification, or if you have more questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Once you’ve decided which math class or classes to take, you will need to enroll. Unless you are taking a higher level math class like Trigonometry, Calculus, or Statistics, you have four choices:
You must enroll in each of these courses separately. This means you will search for and add MATH 101 to your schedule and then separately search for and add MATH 001 to your schedule.
For example, you can enroll in MATH 101 (section 1001) which meets Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8:30am to 9:20am and then enroll in MATH 001 (section 1004) that meets 11:30am to 12:20pm Tuesday and Thursday.
You must enroll in each of these courses separately. This means you will search for and add MATH 106 to your schedule and then separately search for and add MATH 006 to your schedule.
For example, you can enroll in MATH 106 (section 1001) which meets Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8:30am to 9:20am and then enroll in MATH 006 (section 1004) that meets 11:00am to 11:50 am Tuesday and Thursday.
Advising Flow Charts PDF
To enroll in courses students must have completed the DCCC Admissions Application and received your email admissions acceptance letter with DCCC student ID# Login and Password information.
This section contains some bits and pieces of information which you may find helpful or of interest, but may not be necessary for enrolling in a math class for Fall 2023.