IMH 10200 Foundations of Mathematics

This course is a collection of quantitative skills needed to be successful in college and in life. It focuses on ensuring students’ conceptual understanding and ability to apply their mathematical knowledge. Providing conceptual and application exercises for discovery, study skills, group and chapter projects, and more, it is a standalone course. It can also be a co-requisite course using a software mastery approach to problem-solving skills in IMH 12100, IMH 13200, or IMH 14200. A scientific calculator is required.




On-ground each quarter and online, intermittently.


*IMH 10200 is required for students who have not earned transfer credit for a GE-Mathematics course or do not pass, or do not choose to take, the Math Placement Test. It does not fulfill any GE requirements, but the credit hours are counted as electives.