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The online placement process will guide you in selecting the appropriate course for your current skill level in math. We recommend that you complete the online placement process for transfer-level placement.

**On this page:**

Your placement results will be available online on InSite within 24 business hours of completing the assessment. The online placement results (formerly Multiple Measures) will be available in your student record after 24 business hours.

- Go to www.dvc.edu
- Click on
**INSITE**(or https://m.4cd.edu) - Log in with your user ID and password
- Click on
**Plan-Progress**tile - Click on
**Assessment Scores** - Click on
**Test Summary**

**Understanding your assessment scores placement chart**.

**Please note:** Assessment Center staff cannot give results over the phone, mail, fax, or email.

See our placement chart to understand your results. Your assessment placement result can be found in InSite.

Meeting with a counselor to create an educational plan is the best way to pick math
courses that meet the requirements for your certificate or degree. Haven't picked
a specific program yet? Explore typical math courses based on your **interest area**.

Arts, Communication & Language

Check out common math courses for students in the **Arts, Communication & Language** interest area. Don't forget to meet with a counselor to pick the best course for
you!

Math 142 + Math 042

**Elementary Statistics with Probability + Support for Success in Elementary Support
with Probability (Math 142 + Math 042)**

This combination integrates algebraic and arithmetic topics throughout the course to refresh the math skills that you need for success in Statistics. It gives you a chance to increase your confidence in your math skills, improve your study skills, and allows more time with your Statistics instructor. Elementary Statistics includes descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, design of experiments, introductory probability and statistical distributions and inference. Math 142 transfers to UC and CSU. This combination of courses is open to all students.

Elementary Statistics with Probability (Math 142)

Elementary Statistics includes descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, design of experiments, introductory probability and statistical distributions and inference. Math 142 transfers to UC and CSU.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2/Integrated Math 3
- Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 120, 120SP, 119, or 119SP at DVC)

Mathematics for Liberal Arts (Math 124)

Mathematics for Liberal Arts includes applications and concepts of intermediate algebra and critical thinking to the solving of contemporary problems in mathematics. Topics include statistics, finance, voting/apportionment and include one of the following: sets, probability, geometry, graph theory, exponential and logarithmic functions, mathematics and culture. Math 124 transfers to UC and CSU.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2/Integrated Math 3
- Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 120, 120SP, 119, or 119SP at DVC)

Business, Computer Science & Culinary

Check out common math courses for students in the **Business, Computer Science & Culinary** interest area. Don't forget to meet with a counselor to pick the best course for
you!

College Algebra + Support for Success in College Algebra (Math 135 + Math 035)

This combination gives you more opportunity to review the math skills needed for success in College Algebra. It gives you a chance to increase your confidence in your math skills, improve your study skills, and allows more time with your College Algebra instructor. College Algebra includes creating mathematical models and solving equations using the family of functions typically found in Calculus. Math 135 transfers to UC and CSU. This combination of courses is open to all students.

College Algebra (Math 135)

College Algebra includes creating mathematical models and solving equations using the family of functions typically found in Calculus. Math 135 transfers to UC and CSU.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2/Integrated Math 3
- Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 120, 120SP, 119, or 119SP at DVC)

Finite Mathematics (Math 181)

Finite Mathematics applies intermediate algebra and critical thinking to the solution of contemporary problems in business and the life sciences. Topics include linear models, systems of linear equations and inequalities, linear programming, sets and probabilities, and finance. Math 181 transfers to UC and CSU and is an elective for the AST in Business Administration, the AAT in Economics, and the CA in Information and Communication Technology.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2/Integrated Math 3
- Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 120, 120SP, 119, or 119SP at DVC)

Calculus for Management, Life Science, and Social Science I (Math 182)

Calculus for Management, Life Science, and Social Science includes the study of derivatives and integrals and their applications to these fields. Math 182 transfers to UC and CSU.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - College Algebra at any college (Math 135 or 135SP at DVC)
- High school or college Pre-Calculus (Math 191 or 191SP at DVC)

Elementary Statistics with Probability + Support for Success in Elementary Support
with Probability (Math 142 + Math 042)

This combination integrates algebraic and arithmetic topics throughout the course to refresh the math skills that you need for success in Statistics. It gives you a chance to increase your confidence in your math skills, improve your study skills, and allows more time with your Statistics instructor. Elementary Statistics includes descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, design of experiments, introductory probability and statistical distributions and inference. Math 142 transfers to UC and CSU. This combination of courses is open to all students.

Elementary Statistics with Probability (Math 142)

Elementary Statistics includes descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, design of experiments, introductory probability and statistical distributions and inference. Math 142 transfers to UC and CSU.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2/Integrated Math 3
- Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 120, 120SP, 119, or 119SP at DVC)

Mathematical Concepts for Elementary School Teachers (Math 125)

This course is for students earning an Elementary Teacher Education for Transfer degree. You will learn the concepts and theory of arithmetic as it relates to the Common Core Math Standards and develop quantitative reasoning skills through in-depth exploration of these topics. Math 125 transfers to CSU?

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2/Integrated Math 3
- Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 120, 120SP, 119, or 119SP at DVC)

Math & Engineering

Check out common math courses for students in the **Math & Engineering** interest area. Don't forget to meet with a counselor to pick the best course for
you!

Trigonometry + Support for Success in Trigonometry (Math 121 + Math 021)

This combination gives you more opportunity to review the algebra skills needed for success in Trigonometry. It gives you a chance to increase your confidence in your math skills, improve your study skills, and allows more time with your Trigonometry instructor. Trigonometry focuses on right triangle, general, and unit circle trigonometry, and the trigonometric functions of real numbers. Math 121 transfers to CSU only. This combination of courses is open to all students.

Trigonometry (Math 121)

Trigonometry focuses on right triangle, general, and unit circle trigonometry, and the trigonometric functions of real numbers. Math 121 transfers to CSU only.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2/Integrated Math 3
- Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 120, 120SP, 119, or 119SP at DVC)

Pre-Calculus (Math 191)

Pre-Calculus includes creating mathematical models and solving equations using the family of functions typically found in Calculus. Math 191 transfers to UC and CSU.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2 with Trigonometry
- Trigonometry at any college (Math 121 at DVC)

Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (Math 192)

Analytic Geometry and Calculus integrates algebraic and transcendental functions in the study of derivatives and integrals and their applications to science and engineering fields. Math 192 transfers to UC and CSU.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school or college Pre-Calculus (Math 191 or 191SP at DVC)

Science & Health

Check out common math courses for students in the **Science & Health** interest area. Don't forget to meet with a counselor to pick the best course for
you!

Trigonometry + Support for Success in Trigonometry (Math 121 + Math 021)
This combination gives you more opportunity to review the algebra skills needed for success in Trigonometry. It gives you a chance to increase your confidence in your math skills, improve your study skills, and allows more time with your Trigonometry instructor. Trigonometry focuses on right triangle, general, and unit circle trigonometry, and the trigonometric functions of real numbers. Math 121 transfers to CSU only. This combination of courses is open to all students.

Trigonometry (Math 121)

Trigonometry focuses on right triangle, general, and unit circle trigonometry, and the trigonometric functions of real numbers. Math 121 transfers to CSU only.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2/Integrated Math 3
- Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 120, 120SP, 119, or 119SP at DVC)

Pre-Calculus (Math 191)

Pre-Calculus includes creating mathematical models and solving equations using the family of functions typically found in Calculus. Math 191 transfers to UC and CSU.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2 with Trigonometry
- Trigonometry at any college (Math 121 at DVC)

Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (Math 192)

Analytic Geometry and Calculus integrates algebraic and transcendental functions in the study of derivatives and integrals and their applications to science and engineering fields. Math 192 transfers to UC and CSU.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school or college Pre-Calculus (Math 191 or 191SP at DVC)

Social Sciences

Check out common math courses for students in the **Social Sciences** interest area. Don't forget to meet with a counselor to pick the best course for
you!

College Algebra + Support for Success in College Algebra (Math 135 + Math 035)
This combination gives you more opportunity to review the math skills needed for success in College Algebra. It gives you a chance to increase your confidence in your math skills, improve your study skills, and allows more time with your College Algebra instructor. College Algebra includes creating mathematical models and solving equations using the family of functions typically found in Calculus. Math 135 transfers to UC and CSU. This combination of courses is open to all students.

College Algebra (Math 135)

College Algebra includes creating mathematical models and solving equations using the family of functions typically found in Calculus. Math 135 transfers to UC and CSU.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2/Integrated Math 3
- Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 120, 120SP, 119, or 119SP at DVC)

Finite Mathematics (Math 181)

Finite Mathematics applies intermediate algebra and critical thinking to the solution of contemporary problems in business and the life sciences. Topics include linear models, systems of linear equations and inequalities, linear programming, sets and probabilities, and finance. Math 181 transfers to UC and CSU and is an elective for the AST in Business Administration, the AAT in Economics, and the CA in Information and Communication Technology.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2/Integrated Math 3
- Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 120, 120SP, 119, or 119SP at DVC)

Calculus for Management, Life Science, and Social Science I (Math 182)

Calculus for Management, Life Science, and Social Science includes the study of derivatives and integrals and their applications to these fields. Math 182 transfers to UC and CSU.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - College Algebra at any college (Math 135 or 135SP at DVC)
- High school or college Pre-Calculus (Math 191 or 191SP at DVC)

Elementary Statistics with Probability + Support for Success in Elementary Support
with Probability (Math 142 + Math 042)
This combination integrates algebraic and arithmetic topics throughout the course to refresh the math skills that you need for success in Statistics. It gives you a chance to increase your confidence in your math skills, improve your study skills, and allows more time with your Statistics instructor. Elementary Statistics includes descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, design of experiments, introductory probability and statistical distributions and inference. Math 142 transfers to UC and CSU. This combination of courses is open to all students.

Elementary Statistics with Probability (Math 142)

Elementary Statistics includes descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, design of experiments, introductory probability and statistical distributions and inference. Math 142 transfers to UC and CSU.

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2/Integrated Math 3
- Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 120, 120SP, 119, or 119SP at DVC)

Mathematical Concepts for Elementary School Teachers (Math 125)

This course is for students earning an Elementary Teacher Education for Transfer degree. You will learn the concepts and theory of arithmetic as it relates to the Common Core Math Standards and develop quantitative reasoning skills through in-depth exploration of these topics. Math 125 transfers to CSU?

To take this course, you must have completed one of the following:

- Complete the
**online placement process**. - High school Algebra 2/Integrated Math 3
- Intermediate Algebra at any community college (Math 120, 120SP, 119, or 119SP at DVC)

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