Math: Foundations 30 (MATH-37)
The outcomes in the Foundations 30 course are based upon students’ prior learning and continue to develop their number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour. These learning experiences prepare students to be confident, flexible, and capable with their mathematical knowledge in new contexts. Foundations 30 contains a variety of different areas of math (finance, statistics, algebra, and trigonometry) which are required to take many post-secondary math classes. All courses are delivered remotely. Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina, and Saskatoon residents may enroll in any of the courses listed. A laptop or desktop computer with internet access is necessary to participate. Regular, virtual attendance during scheduled course hours is required. The courses are not independent study. Attendance is mandatory the first night of classes. Make sure you set up your Sask Polytechnic account well in advance of your first class. Please see our Evening Programming page for upcoming course availability. CONTACT FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: LAE.Evening@saskpolytech.ca
For more information about this course, please email us at ConEd@saskpolytech.ca or call 306-659-4418.