The Math Class that's Right for You

We all learn in different ways and have different preferences. Read through this page carefully to find the math class that best fits your learning preferences and your academic program.

Choose From These Options:

Course Type Basic Format Who should take this class? How to register in Banner?
Pathway to Contemporary Math:

*This course is only for students who plan to take Math 1030, this course will not be a pre-req for any other Math QL course.
  • Meet in class 5 hours a week.
  • A lot of group work in class.
  • Most homework will be completed on your own.
  • Paper & Pencil tests
  • If the usual way of learning math isn't working for you.
  • If you can work in a group environment.
  • If you learn best in a social setting.
  • If you have taken Math 950, or have been placed into Math 990 or 1010.
  • If you are planning on taking Math 1030 as your QL.
Register for the Math 810 course.
R.E.A.L. Math:
Real-world Explorations Active Learning
  • Meet in class 4 hours each week
  • Work in groups to solve real-world math problems
  • Some homework exercises online
  • Paper and pencil tests
  • If you want to know how math is used in real life.
  • If the usual way of learning math isn't working for you.
  • If you can work in a group environment.
  • If you learn best in a social setting.
Look for Math 950 with the R.E.A.L. math in the course description.
Online Courses:
  • Classwork is done online.
  • Quizzes & Tests must be proctored.
  • If you are computer proficient.
  • If you can communicate regularly via email.
  • If you are an independent learner.
Look for Math 950, 990, or 1010 courses listed as online.
Flipped Math:
  • Meet in a classroom 4 hours a week.
  • Take notes from video lecture or textbook before class.
  • Do homework in class in a study group with teacher guidance.
  • Extra help available in the Hub computer lab.
  • If you like working in groups and learning in a social atmosphere.
  • If learning math is a challenge.
  • If you need a strict schedule to stay on track.
Look for Math 950, 990, and 1010 classes that meet 4 days a week and have a description about flipped math.
TERM (Technology Enhanced Redesign of Mathematics)
  • Meet in classroom 1 day a week and Hub computer lab 2 days (100 minutes) a week.
  • Complete one computer module per week with tutoring assistance.
  • Blend of web-based and individual instruction. 
  • If you want a personalized learning experience. 
  • If you have had some success in learning math.
  • If you can stay on track in a less structured class.
Look for Math 950, 990, and 1010 classes that meet 1 day a week. 
 Fast Track
  • An option within the TERM course.
  • Test out of concepts you already know without doing the homework.
  • Test out of one or all modules.
  • Take comprehensive tests and the final exam. 
  • If you have previously done well in math and need to review some concepts.
  • If you want to finish more than one course in a semester.
Register for a TERM class


The Developmental Mathematics program will continue to develop courses designed to meet the varied needs of their diverse students.

We are dedicated to student success in mathematics.




Contact us

Office hours

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


Office location

Weber State University
Wildcat Village
Residents Hall 3 (RH3)
Room 3123
Ogden, Utah 84408

Mailing address

Weber State University
Developmental Mathematics
1415 Edvalson Street, Office 3123
Ogden, Utah 84408