Westcott Courses offers online transferable college level math courses. Students of all majors need to complete a 2–year level transferable math course for an Associate’s degree, and a 4-year transferable math course for a Bachelor’s degree. Depending on the major, other math classes may be required. For example, student's seeking a BA/BS in computer science or engineering, will most likely be required to complete calculus l and calculus ll before entering their college program.
Intermediate Algebra (2-year transferable)
Trigonometry (4-year transferable)
Introduction to Statistics and Probability (4-year transferable)
College Algebra (4-year transferable)
Precalculus (4-year transferable)
Business Calculus (4-year transferable)
Calculus l (4-year transferable)
Calculus ll (4-year transferable)
Calculus lll (4-year transferable)
Discrete Structures (4-year transferable)
Linear Algebra (4-year transferable)
Methods of Proof (4-year transferable)
Abstract Algebra (4-year transferable)
Learning math is a process and students should start at an appropriate level, and work their way up to a higher level math course. The courses listed below are remedial, and can be sent to your college/university to be used as a prerequisite for a higher level math course. The first three cannot be used towards graduation, but the Intermediate Algebra course can be used towards a 2-year degree.
Basic Math - Prealgebra
Our exclusive partner university is University of Massachusetts Global (UMass Global). They are regionally accredited by WASC, and award an official transcript with semester credits for our courses.
Once a student finishes a course, their grade is sent to UMass Global. Students then order their transcript directly from UMass Global's records office. Since Westcott Courses is the teacher, we do not appear on the transcript. The official transcript from UMass Global will show our course the same way it would show a traditional class taken on their campus, and it does not say the course was completed online.
All of the courses at Westcott Courses have been designed by a qualified college instructor who holds at least a master's degree in their field of study, or a related field. All of our teachers either currently teach or have taught the exact same course on either a California Community College campus or a California State University campus.
Students can sign up any day of the year, start that same day, and finish as soon as they are able. All of our courses are completely online, five months of access are provided to complete the course (with a 30 day extension at the end if needed), and most students finish the math courses in 6 -12 weeks. All coursework is done from home, and only the final exam is proctored. Students can use our approved online proctor for their final exam, so the entire course can be completed online!
There are no application fees, and students in all states and countries pay the same low price. Just fill out the one page form, and you will be enrolled in the course. Each course is entirely online and 12 out of our 16 math are textbook free. To enroll in a course, use the "ENROLL NOW" link inside the links to the right. Please call 415-603-4088 for free academic advising or help enrolling.
Textbook prices are rising! Most publishers release new editions of textbooks that add little value, and each time a new edition comes out, colleges decide to use it, rendering the old edition useless. This adds an undue financial burden on students to purchase these new editions in order to complete mandatory credits. This also makes it next to impossible for students to save money by buying and selling used textbooks.
Because we want education to be accessible to all students, we have made it our mission to make as many of our courses as possible textbook-free. Meaning students will not be responsible for the purchase of textbooks for the majority of our courses.
Westcott Courses is the content publisher of the Omega MathTM courses. For these online math courses, we have written and software engineered all the lessons, homework, solution manuals, quizzes and tests; thus, students are unattached from a traditional textbook. Our content has many more examples than a regular textbook, so students have more resources than from a traditional textbook.