College Algebra ExemptionAn exemption from College Algebra is given to students who have demonstrated a minimum proficiency in mathematics through ACT/SAT scores, or through transfer credit of a Calculuslevel course. Any student with a College Algebra Exemption has satisfied the University's College Algebra General Education requirement. No credit is provided to a student who receives a College Algebra exemption, but the exemption allows a student to take any class outside the Math department that has College Algebra as a prerequisite (for instance, Statistics courses, which are offered by a separate department). NOTE: A College Algebra exemption will NOT qualify a student to take any class inside the Math department. Students who are exempt from College Algebra must still earn the minimum ALEKS score (or have prior course credit) in order to place into any course in the Math department, including Math 1100.
NOTE: The nonproctored ALEKS assessment does NOT provide an exemption for College Algebra, regardless of the % score earned. 
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