This course is for students who have applied to the Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) or Bachelor of Human Resources Management and are missing the required grade 12U math credit.
Examine critical mathematical techniques in this 60-hour non-credit course. Study fundamental math concepts and how they relate to each other so that you can improve your math skills.
The goal is not to provide the student with a set of computational techniques and procedures for solving a set of predefined problems. Problem solving is an important part of this process, but it is not the only one, nor is it the primary one.
The material to be covered includes:
- Numbers and logic
- Tools for data management
- Sequences and series
- Functions and linear equations
The intended audience is a student who has applied for admission to York for one of the following degree programs and does not have the Grade 12 U mathematics (or equivalent) admission requirements for entry.
- Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) and BCom Specialized Honours in Information Technology (BCom ITEC)
- Bachelor of Human Resources Management (BHRM)
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Economics. Business Economics, or Financial & Business Economics
Outline of Topics to be covered:
- Axioms of Addition, Multiplication and Order for Real Numbers
- Naturals, Integers, Rationals/Fractions, and Irrationals
- Logic (parentheses, not, or, and, if…then, if and only if, converse, inverse and contrapositive)
- Tools for Data Management using Excel
- Sequences and Series
- Solving Linear Equations; Equations of Lines in 2 Variables
- Introduction to Functions (solving quadratic equations, exponentials and logs)
- Polynomial and Composite Functions
- Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
- Extreme Values: Curve Sketching and Optimization Problems (without Calculus)
|Fall 2019||Pre U: Math for Admissions 7:00 PM||$850.00||Register|
|Winter 2020||Pre U: Math for Admissions 7:00 PM||$850.00||Register|
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Online – Visit our website at continue.yorku.ca to register in any course or program offered by the Continuing and Professional Education.
Fax – (For credit card payments only) Complete the registration form, including credit card information. Fax to 416-650-8042, with program-specific documentation (i.e., proof of degree).
Mail – Complete the Registration Form and mail to the Continuing and Professional Education.
|School of Continuing Studies
Room 116, Atkinson Building
4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario, M3J 1P3
|Tel:||+1 416 736 5616||Email:||email@example.com|
|Fax:||+1 416 650 8042||Web:||continue.yorku.ca|
All applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis, so early registration is recommended.
The School of Continuing Studies reserves the right to alter fees, other charges, instructors, and course dates/locations described in this brochure.
|Ancillary and Service Fees|
|Withdrawal Fees for courses||$50.00 per course|
|Continuing Studies Student Record Fee||$ 15.00|
|Session transfer fee for courses (See below)||$ 100.00 (plus HST) *|
|Exam/assignment duplication fee||$ 15.00 (plus HST)|
|Returned cheques||$ 25.00|
|Certificate replacement fee||$ 52.00 (plus HST)|
|Alternate examination fee||$ 250.00 (plus HST)|
|Late Fees||$50 for Courses|
All correspondence, including your registration confirmation, grade report, and refund cheque, will be sent to the “mailing address” provided at the time of registration.
To maintain accurate student records, notification of any changes to your name, address, and contact information are required. To update your personal information:
- go online to Contact Us and email all changes;
- submit a written request to the Registration and Convocation Assistant Rumina Habib
All name-change requests must be accompanied by official documentation justifying such a change.
We will not accept telephone requests to change a name or address.
Income Tax receipts will be available online in February of the following year. Please refer to the income tax guide for allowable deductions.
Students must contact the Program Manager for permission to transfer to another session.
Transfer requests are only granted for documented medical reasons.
Students registered in a program offered by the School of Continuing Studies may withdraw from the program. However, they are strongly advised to consult with the Program Manager before a final decision is made. A full refund is granted only when the School of Continuing Studies cancels a program. Refunds will be issued by the method of payment that was used (credit card, cheque if original payment was money order and Wire Transfer). Withdrawal requests must be submitted on the official School of Continuing Studies Withdrawal Request Form to the School of Continuing Studies and subject to the terms listed below:
- Up to 12:00pm EST 10 business days prior to the start of class minus a course fee of $50.
- After 10 business days prior to the start of class: no refund.
When necessary, the School of Continuing Studies may alter, postpone, or cancel classes. In these instances, students will be notified by e-mail, based on the information provided at the time of registration.
Cancellations or changes will also be posted on the School of Continuing Studies twitter account.
The School of Continuing Studies reserves the right to withdraw or cancel programs/courses. Should a course or program be withdrawn or cancelled, the School will issue a full refund of fees paid.
Students and instructors are expected to maintain a professional relationship characterized by courtesy, collegiality, and mutual respect, and to refrain from actions that would be disruptive to such a relationship;
It is the responsibility of the instructor to maintain an appropriate academic atmosphere in the classroom, and the responsibility of the student to cooperate in that endeavour; and,
The instructor is the best person to decide, in first instance, whether such an atmosphere is present in the class, and may, at their discretion, take steps that they feel are appropriate to resolve an issue or dispute.
In any case where a student feels that this policy has been violated, they are urged to notify the instructor of the course/program as soon as possible. Students may be asked to provide a detailed written description of their complaint to the instructor. The instructor may take measures they feel are appropriate to resolve the issue and/or may forward the complaint to the Program Manager for review. Please refer to the full policy document on the York University website at: http://www.yorku.ca/scdr/
Grading for Academic Bridging and Math for Admission Waiver courses:
Students are required to complete all course work.
- Students who fail to complete the course work will receive a DNC (Did Not Complete).
|A+AB+B||90 – 100%80 – 89%75 – 79%70 – 74%||Academic Bridging Studies – Meets Admission Requirements
Elementary Mathematics – Students already admitted to YORK UNIVERSITY who earn a grade of “B” or better will gain automatic entrance to AK/MATH1710.06 and will be exempt from the pre-requisite test.
|C+CD+D||65 – 69%60 – 64%55 – 59%50 – 54%||
Academic Bridging Studies – Does not meet Admission requirements. Student cannot repeat the same Academic Bridging course but can enroll in the other Academic Bridging course.
|F||Below 50%||Academic Bridging Studies – Does not meet Admission requirements. Student cannot repeat the same Academic Bridging course but can enroll in the other Academic Bridging course.|
|DNA||Did Not Attend – The student did not attend, did not withdraw, and did not submit course work.|
|DNC||Did Not Complete – The student did not complete the course.|
Students may, with sufficient grounds, request a reappraisal of any “tangible” work required for a course. Tangible work may include written, graphic, digitized, modelled, video recording or audio recording formats. Students seeking a grade reappraisal must complete and submit the attached form, along with the original work and instructions for the assignment, to the Program Manager within 2 weeks of the date of issue of the letter of grade.
Students and instructors will be informed in writing of the reappraisal result and the reappraiser’s comments. The School of Continuing Studies will ensure the anonymity of both the student and the reappraiser.
You may submit a financial petition if you experience a serious documented medical illness or a death of an immediate family member that causes you to drop courses. Financial petitions may be granted at the discretion of the University, and will be considered for a period of one year after the occurrence of the illness or death.
The Financial Petition form is located here: http://sfs.yorku.ca/refunds/petitions/
Please complete the form and return it via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax at 416-650-8042.