University in the High School Prerequisite Guide
|MTH||103||Sets, Probability, & Logic||3||MP2 (NYS Integrated Algebra Regents Score of ≥ 70**)|
|MTH||110||Statistics||3||MP2 (NYS Integrated Algebra Regents Score of ≥ 70**)|
|MTH||129||Pre-Calculus||4||MP3 (NYS Algebra2/Trig Regents Score of ≥ 70*)|
|MTH||130||Calculus I with Applications||4||MP4 (Precalculus (high school) grade ≥ 70) or MTH 129|
|MTH||150||Calculus I||4||MP4 (Precalculus (high school) grade ≥ 70) or MTH 129|
*If NYS Regents grade not available, a final grade of 85 or higher in the Algebra2/Trig course may be substituted
**If NYS Regents grade not available, a final grade of 85 or higher in the Integrated Algebra course may be substituted
University in the High School (UHS) courses are college courses; therefore, all Farmingdale State College (FSC) course prerequisites apply.
Prerequisite requirements may be a standardized test score (i.e. NYS Regents Exam) or successful completion of another course.
A student registering for a UHS course with a prerequisite must upload documentation including the specific relevant information demonstrating that the prerequisite has been met (e.g., a transcript, a report card, a signed letter from an instructor, etc.). This documentation must be in PDF format. See “University in the High School Courses with Test Score Prerequisites” below for further details regarding specific course prerequisites.
Students will not be registered for UHS courses without verification that they have met the prerequisite requirement(s). In addition, students/instructors/administrators may be asked to provide additional information in the form of standardized test reports or of college transcripts as further evidence that the prerequisite(s) have been met.
FSC academic departments reserve the right to override course prerequisites, if/when appropriate for a particular student. This is consistent with on-campus practice.
Before registering for a UHS course, a student should ensure that they have sufficient documentation to demonstrate that any prerequisites have been met. This documentation should:
- …come from an official source (e.g., a transcript, a report card, a signed letter from an instructor, etc.).
- …show clear proof that the student has met the prerequisite
- …be legible, with any relevant information highlighted
- …be ready to upload in PDF format