This is the second in a series of three Academic Enhancement Mathematics courses. With the aid of technology, students study factors; multiples; basic exponents and sequences; approximation; averages; use of scientific calculator; and ratio and proportion. An overview of basic algebra, geometry, mensuration and coordinate geometry is provided.

- Teacher: Randy Cooper

Students participate in 360 hours of supervised clinical practice. Emphasis is on developing basic competencies essential to nursing practice across the lifespan.

- Teacher: Manfred Mortell

Academic Enhancement Mathematics III

- Teacher: Shavonna Laing-Morris