You may choose any of the below courses, or from any of the other categories, to complete enough courses to arrive at the 60 credits required to earn your Associate of Arts & Sciences degree.
|CGS MAT 075x||Math Success Strategies||
Highly interactive format providing mathematics instruction and instilling study skills and strategies for succeeding in mathematics courses.
This course does not fulfill the mathematics general education requirement. It is designed to help a student develop foundational mathematics skills to successfully take the math placement test, which determines the math course a student will take to graduate.
|CGS MAT 116x||College Algebra||
Emphasizes algebraic techniques with polynomials, fractional expressions, exponents and radicals, linear and quadratic equations, and inequalities. Introduction to functions, their graphs, and analytic geometry.
Prereq: Math Placement Level 20, which is earned by any of the following: (a) Level 20 or 26 on Math Placement Test; (b) Grade of C or better in MATH 94, MATH 95, or MATH 98; (c) ACT math subscore of 24 or higher.
Note: If you take CGS MAT 102x and CGS MAT 116x as a sequence, and successfully pass both, CGS MAT 116x may be used to satisfy credits within the mathematics & natural sciences category. Review this page to learn more.
|CGS ENG 101x||College Writing and Critical Reading||
A composition course focusing on academic writing, the writing process, and critical reading. Emphasis will be on essays that incorporate readings.
Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in a basic writing course CGS ENG 97, CGS ENG 98, or CGS LEA 106 when taken as a three-credit course or exemption through a sufficiently high placement assessment.
|CGS BUS 101x||Introduction to Business||
Introduction to the role of business in the modern political, social and economic environments; describes career opportunities.
Note: Transfers to UW-Parkside as BUS 100
|CGS BUS 201x||Introductory Accounting||
Fundamental principles, terminology, techniques, and applications; books, accounts and financial statements for retailing and wholesaling concerns; treatment and presentation of proprietorship, partnership and corporate accounts.
B.S. in Business Administration students please note: CGS BUS 201(Introductory Accounting) may be taken to satisfy elective credits in the major. Students enrolling in BUS 201 must complete the course before enrolling in either the Financial Accounting or Managerial Accounting competency areas (BAEF 200x, 201x, 210x, or 211x). If enrollment in one of these projects has started, then enrollment in CGS BUS 201x is not permitted. Please contact your Success Coach with questions.