Working towards your AS degree or a CCSF certificate program? Need a math class to satisfy your quantitative skills requirement? Look no further than the E&T Department's series of ET Math Classes. Take a look at the three courses below. The sequence starts at the left with ET 108A and works towards the right with ET 50. Explore the information and links and see which ones might be the best for your needs!

*Philosophy of the*

*Practical Math Classes*

The Practical Math sequence of courses puts the

*back into mathematics. Utilizing creative in-class exercises and practical applications of the tools of mathematics, we try to connect key quantitative skills with the real world. Math jeopardy, one on one attention, and physical engagement with math are some of the methods we use to help build a strong quantitative foundation for the student in their future career. We strive to help all students succeed and walk away with a positive connection to mathematics.***fun**ET 108A or CDEV 108ACovers: Basic AlgebraSatisfies: GE in Critical Thinking. This course meets the mathematics requirements for many certificate programs, including Biotech, Construction, Green Programs, Child Development, and others. Check with your department to find out. Offered: Thursday evenings and sometimes more often | ET 108B or CDEV 108BCovers: Intermediate AlgebraSatisfies: AS Degree math requirement for graduation and GE critical thinking.Offered: Tuesday evenings and Friday Afternoons | ET 50Covers: Applied mathematics, including more advanced algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.Satisfies: Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning (B4) requirement for transfer to CSU. Also meets CCSF AS graduation and GE critical thinking.Offered: Thursday Evenings |