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**Math 119A**

**Math 119A - Mathematics of Biological Systems: A Calculus Based Approach** (4 credits)

**Description:** This course uses real world examples drawn from biology, ecology, and physiology to develop and study models of biological dynamical systems using concepts from calculus.

**Placement Level:** ALEKS PPL score of 60-100% , SAT I MSS 640-800, ACT MATH 26-36, or UA Math 112 required for placement into this course.
Test scores expire after one year.

**If my scores are lower than the Placement Level:** Math 100, then Math 112, then Math 119A

**Comments:** This course is for majors within Physiology, Biology, Molecular and Cellular Biology, and Ecology & Evolutionary Biology. Because this course is considered a survey of calculus, it cannot be used to satisfy the Math 122B/125 requirement and cannot be used as a prerequisite to additional calculus courses such as Math 122A, 122B, 125, or 129. Students who need Calculus I should take Math 120R, then 122A/B. Math 119A is not a prerequisite to Math 129, Calculus II.

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