How would you like to get great grades consistently? This course will provide specific techniques and strategies to help you achieve those marks. Topics will include multiple choice strategies and essay exams, preparing for an exam mentally and academically, writing the exam and causes of poor test performance.

The 120-hour high school enrichment course will instruct students in constructing algebraic equations and solving mathematical problems using the algebraic process starting with single variable to using multiple variables. Topics include real numbers, properties and expressions, linear equations, polynomials, factoring and graphing.

This 120-hour advanced high school enrichment algebra course with primary emphasis on constructing complex algebraic equations, and solving mathematical problems using the algebraic process. Topics include linear systems and relationships; quadratic, rational, polynomial, exponential and logarithmic functions; probability and statistics; sequence and series; trigonometric concepts; and technological applications.

This course is a mechanism to register students for the automobile emission tests required for the credit course ATE 106. Students must pay the fee before they can be admitted to the testing room.

This 120-hour enrichment course for high school students presents geometric concepts and applications, properties of two dimensional and three-dimensional figures in space, inductive and deductive reasoning, angle relationships and the Pythagorean Theorem.

Prepare for the GRE (Graduate Record Examination)-the standardized test required for admission to many graduate school programs-- in a relaxed, small-group setting. Hone the verbal, math and analytical skills assessed by the exam and become familiar with the various types of exam questions as well as the exam format. Topics include a review of exam sections (verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing); test-taking skills and strategies; and improving verbal and quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and reading comprehension. Textbook for Allegheny Campus: “Barron’s GRE Prep” ISBN-13: 978- 1438009155 Textbook for North Campus: “Cracking the GRE 2018 Edition” Princeton Review ISBN-13: 978-0451487674, ISBN-10: 0451487672

This course is a mechanism to register students for the HAC ICE testing required for the HAC program. Students must pay the fee before they can be admitted to the testing room.

This 120-hour high school enrichment course will review the fundamentals of arithmetic operations and receive an introduction to algebraic skills. Topics include: order of operation, signed numbers, combining like terms, solving linear equations with one variable, plotting ordered pairs, and graphic solutions. Student will get an introduction to probability and statistics.

The 120-hour high school enrichment course will instruct students in the history of calculus, comprehend functions continuity and intuitive ideas. Major emphasis is placed on algebraic concepts and analysis of curves, functions, and graphing techniques. Further study of Trigonometry from the circular and right triangle perspective, the analysis of conic sections and other geometric curves form a coordinate point of view will be discussed.

In this 24-hour course students will learn the algebra, geometry and trigonometry needed to do calculus. Students will work with basic operations, exponents, roots and radicals, polynomials, equations, graphs, logarithms, geometric shapes, and trigonometric functions including sines and cosines.

This course is a mechanism to register students for the automobile emission tests required for the credit course ATE 108. Students must pay the fee before they can be admitted to the testing room.