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Corequisite Mathematics Course Information
Corequisite Math Overview
In the Fall 2023 semester, all prerequisite developmental Math courses, such as MATH 097 and MATH 099, and MATH 133 will be discontinued at Delgado Community College.
Students requiring developmental support for firstyear college entry level math courses will be required to take a corequisite support course along with the credit bearing math course.
What does this mean?
The corequisite support course model allows students to fulfill a collegelevel math requirement within the first year or even the first semester of college with no prior testing or course history and without spending an extra semester and money taking a developmental prerequisite course.
What else does the corequisite course provide?
Students receive justintime support to prepare for the college level course to drive success. The corequisite course is a complement to the collegelevel course and directly supports the concepts and learning goals of the collegelevel course. The same professor teaches both the corequisite and the collegelevel course for continuity. Both courses use a traditional letter grade system.
What are Corequisite Math Courses?
Corequisite Math courses are collegelevel math and support courses that must be enrolled in the same semester.
The Delgado Math corequisite course pairs are:
 MATH 120 with MATH 020 (Contemporary Math and Contemporary Math Corequisite)
 MATH 130 with MATH 030 (College Algebra and College Algebra Corequisite)
Who must enroll?
Any student without current placement test scores, high school transcripts, or a previous collegelevel Math course history that places them directly into a collegelevel Math course must enroll in corequisite support courses.
Which Corequisite Math Course pair should I take?
Students should enroll in the Math course pair that aligns with the degree program. An academic advisor and the college catalog can assist with identifying the proper math course pair to select.
How to register for the Corequisite Pair? (Video Tutorial)
The Corequisite Course pair must be registered for simultaneously in LoLA. Pairs must have the same course section number. The course pairs are scheduled in LoLA such that the corequisite support meets right before the college level course.
For InPerson corequisite courses, the section numbers are the same for each pair and meet behind each other with the same professor. For example, course pairs may look as follows:
 MATH 020 – 145 MWF 09:00 – 09:50
 MATH 120 – 145 MWF 10:00 – 10:50
 MATH 030 – 247 TR 09:30 – 10:45
 MATH 130 – 247 TR 11:00 – 12:15
For Online corequisite courses, virtual attendance is required for the course pair. The section numbers begin with "V" and have the same last two digits and for both the corequisite support course and the collegelevel course. For example,
 MATH 020 – V46 MWF 11:00 – 11:50
 MATH 120 – V46 MWF 12:00  12:50
 MATH 030 – V88 TR 05:30 – 06:45
 MATH 130 – V88 TR 07:00  08:15
Can a student bypass the corequisite support component and enroll only into the collegelevel math course?
YES!
Students without previous college Math courses or documentation may test into the collegelevel Math course without the corequisite using the Accuplacer or CLEP tests offered by the Delgado Testing Center.
Students with prior college Math courses or placement documentation may provide any of the following to the Math Department for evaluation:
 College transcripts
 High school transcripts (Less than 2 years old)
 Placement test scores such as Accuplacer, ACT, CLEP, etc. (Less than 3 years old)
Provided transcripts and/or scores should show any of the prerequisites below to take Math 120 or Math 130 without a corequisite course.
MATH 120 – Contemporary Math  prerequisites

 Intermediate Algebra Course from any college with a minimum grade of "C" OR;
 Accuplacer Next Generation (ANG) QRAS Placement Test Score of 250 or higher OR;
 ACT Mathematics score of 19 or higher OR;
 High School Transcript showing the Completion of Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry with Grades of “C” or better with a cumulative High School GPA of 3.0
MATH 130 – College Algebra  prerequisites

 Intermediate Algebra Course from any college with a minimum grade of "C" OR;
 Accuplacer Next Generation (ANG) QRAS Placement Test Score of 263 or higher OR;
 Accuplacer Next Generation (ANG) AAF Placement Test Score of 250 or higher OR;
 ACT Mathematics score of 22 or higher OR;
 High School Transcript showing the Completion of Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry with Grades of “B” or better with a cumulative High School GPA of 3.0