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### Algebra and Trigonometry

Alta Algebra and Trigonometry combines material from both courses to allow for more flexible curricula in a variety of math programs. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

### Business Calculus

Alta Business Calculus is designed for a one-semester customizable business calculus course, including such topics as limits and the derivative, integration, multivariable calculus, and Taylor polynomials. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

### Business Statistics

Alta Business Statistics is designed for a one-semester introductory statistics course with a business focus, including topics such as sampling and data, descriptive statistics, and confidence intervals. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

### Calculus, Early Transcendentals

Alta Calculus is designed for a typical three-semester general calculus course, with topics including limits, differentiation, integration, sequences and series, vectors, multivariable calculus, and second-order differential equations. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

### College Algebra

Alta College Algebra is designed for a typical one-semester college algebra course, with topics such as equations and inequalities, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic function, and systems of equations and inequalities. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

### College Algebra with Corequisite Support: A Targeted Review

Alta College Algebra with Corequisite Support: A Targeted Review is a one-semester course that hinges on the college level outcomes for College Algebra, but also offers the opportunity for targeted, discrete review assignments at a lower level to help prepare some students for the college-level material that constitutes their ultimate objective in College Algebra.

### Concepts of Biology

Concepts of Biology is designed for a one-semester non-majors biology course, with topics such as cell structure and function, photosynthesis, cell division and genetics, molecular biology and biotechnology, evolution, animal structure and function, and ecology.

### Elementary Algebra

Alta Elementary Algebra is designed for a typical one-semester elementary algebra course, including topics such as real numbers and their operations, graphing lines, and quadratic equations.

### Elementary and Intermediate Algebra

Alta Elementary and Intermediate Algebra combines material from both courses to allow for more flexible curricula in a variety of math programs.

### Finite Math with Corequisite Support

### Finite Mathematics

Alta Finite Mathematics is designed for a one-semester course covering mathematics applicable for students in business, social sciences, life sciences, or economics. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

### Finite Mathematics with Business Calculus

Alta Finite Mathematics with Business Calculus is designed for a two-semester course covering topics such as systems of linear equations and matrices, mathematics of finance, logic, statistics, and multivariable calculus. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

### Foundations of Mathematics

Alta Foundations of Mathematics combines material from Prealgebra, Elementary Algebra, and Intermediate Algebra to allow for flexible combinations of content in varied types of early or developmental math programs.

### General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry (GOB)

Alta General, Organic, and Biochemistry is a one- or two-semester course intended for students whose professional goals require an understanding of chemistry, but not a mastery of it. Many students studying health-related majors may take this course.

### Intermediate Algebra

Alta Intermediate Algebra is designed for a typical one-semester intermediate algebra course, including topics such as graphing functions, solving linear equations, radical functions and equations, and the Binomial Theorem.

### Introduction to Chemistry

Alta Introduction to Chemistry aims to develop the basic chemical principles, such as atomic structure, chemical classifications, bonding, chemical reactions, gas laws, and thermodynamics. The course was developed to meet the scope and sequence of a typical one-semester introductory chemistry course.

### Math Literacy Development Course

Alta Math Literacy was developed to meet the scope and sequence of a typical one-semester math literacy course.

### Prealgebra

Alta Prealgebra is designed for a typical one-semester prealgebra course, with topics such as whole numbers, fractions, geometry, and graphing.

### Prealgebra and Elementary Algebra

Alta Prealgebra and Elementary Algebra combines material from both courses to allow for more flexible curricula in early and developmental math programs.

### Precalculus

Alta Precalculus is designed for a typical one-semester precalculus course, with topics including periodic functions, trigonometric identities and equations, and limits and continuity. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

### Principles of Economics

Alta Principles of Economics is designed for a customizable one- or two-semester introduction to microeconomics and macroeconomics course, including such topics as supply and demand, monetary policy, international trade, and elasticity.

### Principles of General Chemistry

Alta Principles of General Chemistry is designed for a typical two-semester introduction to chemistry course, including topics such as atoms, molecules and ions, substances and solutions, kinetics, and electrochemistry.

### Principles of General Chemistry (Atoms First)

Alta Principles of General Chemistry (Atoms First) is designed for a typical two-semester introduction to chemistry course, including topics such as atoms, molecules and ions, substances and solutions, kinetics, and electrochemistry.

### Principles of Macroeconomics

Alta Macroeconomics is designed for a typical one-semester introduction to macroeconomics course, including topics such as GDP, inflation, aggregate demand and aggregate supply, monetary policy, and international trade.

### Principles of Microeconomics

Alta Microeconomics is designed for a typical one-semester introduction to microeconomics course, including topics such as supply and demand, elasticity, and consumer choice.

### Psychology

Alta Psychology is designed for the introductory or general psychology course and adapts easily to any syllabus. It develops understanding of psychology’s foundations and psychological research, biopsychology, states of consciousness, sensation and perception, learning, thinking and intelligence, memory, developmental psychology, emotion and motivation, personality, social psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, stress and health, psychological disorders, and therapy and treatment.

### Quantitative Reasoning

Alta Quantitative Reasoning is a one- or two-semester course intended for students who require quantitative literacy skills. Many students pursuing a degree that has a general education math requirement will take this course. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

### Quantitative Reasoning with Corequisite Support: A Targeted Review

Alta Quantitative Reasoning with Corequisite Support: A Targeted Review is a one-semester course that hinges on the college-level outcomes for Quantitative Reasoning, but also offers the opportunity for targeted, discrete review assignments at a lower level (or in a supporting domain) to help prepare some students for the college-level material that constitutes their ultimate objective.

### Single Variable Calculus, Early Transcendentals

Alta Single Variable Calculus is designed for a typical two-semester general calculus course, including topics such as limits, differentiation, integration, and sequences and series. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

### Statistical Reasoning

Alta Statistical Reasoning is a one- or two-semester course introducing basic concepts of logic and applications of statistics. Many students pursuing a degree that has a general education math requirement will take this course. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

### Statistics

Alta Statistics is designed for a typical one-semester statistics course, with topics including sampling and data, probability, normal distribution, and confidence intervals. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

### Statistics with Basic Math Corequisite Support: A Targeted Review

Alta Statistics with Basic Math Corequisite Support: A Targeted Review is a one-semester course that hinges on the college-level outcomes for Statistics, but also offers the opportunity for targeted, discrete review assignments from Prealgebra to help prepare some students for the college-level material that constitutes their ultimate objective.

### Survey of Economics

Alta Survey of Economics is designed for a one-semester customizable introduction to microeconomics and macroeconomics course, including such topics as supply and demand, monetary policy, international trade, and elasticity.

### Survey of Mathematics

Alta Survey of Mathematics is designed for a one-semester course covering mathematics that may be encountered in your daily life. The topics covered in this course include critical thinking, sets and logic and consumer mathematics. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

### Trigonometry

Alta Trigonometry is designed for a typical one-semester trigonometry course, including topics such as radian measures and applications, graphs of trigonometric functions, trigonometric equations, and vectors.

### Trigonometry with Corequisite Support: A Targeted Approach

Alta Trigonometry with Corequisite Support was developed to meet the scope and sequence of a typical one-semester trigonometry course, coupled with material that can be used for targeted, discrete assignments to help prepare some students for the material that constitutes their ultimate objectives in Trigonometry.