Co-Requisite Model

A co-requisite approach enables students to advance in their degree plan while still meeting their College Readiness requirements. This is accomplished by having students take the entry-level mathematics course required by their degree plan while simultaneously being enrolled in a seperate course that allows them to meet their College Readiness requirements. This additional course will be suited to the student's needs by utilizing an Adaptive Instructional Model as well as the student's Pathway as determined by their degree plan.

Because the two courses are co-requisite to one another, their material would be heavily influence by one another as to not overwhelm the student.

BENEFITS

1
Enables students to move effectively through College Readiness requirements into their core quantitative/math coursework.
2
Allows students to graduate in a timely fashion.
3
Reduces the additional financial burden placed on students by reducing non-credit coursework.