(based on Regents Advisory Committee Recommendations) 

^{1}USG institutions cannot require students to take a particular course from among MATH 1001, MATH 1101, and MATH 1111 as long as they are not STEM majors. No matter which of these math courses nonSTEM students take, it must count toward satisfying Area A2 requirements and it must count toward graduation. However, students in nonSTEM majors should be ADVISED to take the math course most appropriate for their intended majors. Where MATH 1001 or MATH 1101 is the default recommendation for a particular major students with strong math interests and abilities may opt to take MATH 1111, but MOST students should be advised to take MATH 1001 or MATH 1101. 

Program/Major 
Area A2 Mathematics Default Recommendation 

MATH 1001 (Quantitative Reasoning) or MATH 1101 (Introduction to Mathematical Modeling)^{1} 
MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 

Anthropology 
✓ 

BirthtoFive Teacher Preparation 
✓ 

Business Administration 

Communication 
✓ 

Criminal Justice 
✓ 

Dental Hygiene  ✓  
Digital Media 
✓ 

Early Childhood Education 
✓ 

Economics (nonBBA degree) 


English 
✓ 

Exercise and Health Science 

✓ 
Exercise Science 

✓ 
Family and Consumer Science/Home Economics Education 


Family/Child Development 


Film/Media Studies 
✓ 

Foreign Languages 
✓ 

General Recreation and Park Administration 


General Studies 
✓ 

Geography (B.A.) 

✓ 
Health and Physical Education (P12) 

✓ 
Health Information Management 
✓^{2} 
✓^{2} 
History 
✓ 

Hospitality/Merchandising/Family and Consumer Science 


Information Science 

✓ 
Information Technology 

✓ 
International Studies 
✓ 

Journalism/Mass Communication 
✓ 

Legal Assistant Studies 


Logistics 

✓^{3} 
Medical Technology 


Middle Grades Education 
✓^{4} 

Music 
✓ 

Nursing 
✓ 

Nutrition and Textiles 


Occupational Therapy 
✓ 

P12 Education Programs 
✓ 

Philosophy 
✓ 

Political Science 
✓ 

Psychology 
✓ 

Public Relations 
✓ 

Radiologic Sciences 

✓ 
Recreation 
✓ 

Respiratory Therapy 
✓ 

Secondary Education  ✓^{5}  
Social Work 
✓ 

Sociology 
✓ 

Speech 
✓ 

Theatre 
✓ 

Visual Arts 
✓ 

^{2}Some Health Information Management programs may require Math 1111 in the course of study; students planning to pursue degrees in these programs should refer to institutional catalogs.Go Back ^{3}Some Logistics programs in Business Schools may require MATH 1111 in the course of study; students planning to pursue degrees in these programs should refer to institutional catalogs.Go Back ^{4}Some Business Administration prorgrams require MATH 1111 as a prerequisite for entry; students planning to pursue degrees in these programs should refer to institutional catalogs.Go Back ^{5}Students planning to teach Middle Grades or Secondary STEM should take MATH 1113, or start in MATH 1111 if they do not achieve initial placement in MATH 1113. Go Back 
(based on Academic and Student Affairs Handbook 2.4.4  Area A2 Quantitative Skills) 

Program/Major 
Area A2 Mathematics Default Recommendation 

MATH 1113 (Precalculus) or higher 
Calculus 

Agricultural Science 
✓^{4} 

Architecture 
✓ 

Astronomy 
✓ 

Biology 
✓ 

Chemistry 
✓ 

Computer Science 
✓ 

Engineering 

✓ 
Engineering Technology 
✓ 

Environmental Science 
✓^{4} 

Forestry 
✓ 

Geography (B.S.) 
✓ 

Geology 
✓ 

Mathematics 
✓ 

Mathematics Education 
✓ 

Pharmacy 
✓ 

Physical Therapy 
✓ 

Physics 
✓ 

Secondary Science Education 
✓ 

^{4}Institutions may require precalculus in Area A2 for these majors. Go Back 
Recommended Math Pathways for Business Majors varies by institution: 

Institution 
Recommended Gateway Math course 
Albany State University  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Atlanta Metropolitan State College  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Augusta University  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Bainbridge State College  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
College of Coastal Georgia  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Columbus State University  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Dalton State College  MATH 1101 (Introduction to Mathematical Modeling) or MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
East Georgia State College  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Fort Valley State University  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Georgia College & State University  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Georgia Highlands College  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Georgia Institute of Technology  MATH 1551 (Differential Calculus) & MATH 1152 (Integral Calculus) 
Georgia Southern University  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Georgia Southwestern State University  MATH 1001 (Quantitative Reasoning), MATH 1101 (Introduction to Mathematical Modeling), or MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Gordon State College  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Kennesaw State University  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Savannah State University  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
University of West Georgia  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Valdosta State University  MATH 1111 (College Algebra) 
Date Updated: May 9, 2017