MS 133: Trigonometry

Lecture Hours 3 Credits 3
ACTS Equivalent Course Number
MATH 1203

Trigonometry, MS 133 (MATH 1203), studies the relationships that exist between the sides and angles of all triangles. It includes the study of trigonometric functions, identities, equations and applications. It is highly recommended that the student should have completed Intermediate Algebra, or the equivalent, with a ā€œCā€ or better.


Two years of high school algebra, and either a 19 on the Enhanced ACT Match, 460 or above on the Recentered SAT qualitative assessment, 66 or above on the ACCUPLACER Next Generation Algebra Test, a "C" or better in College Algebra, MS 123, or a faculty recommendation.