Math Pathways gives all students the opportunity to become TSI complete or college
ready in math in one semester regardless of placement.
The program tailors the content to meet the needs of the major. There are two specific
pathways, the STEM pathway and the non-STEM pathway.
The STEM pathway includes majors involving science, technology, engineering and math
as well as business and education along with some health science programs.
The non-STEM pathway includes majors in arts, humanities, communication, social and
behavioral sciences and human services.
Midland College has been awarded two distinguished awards for Math Pathways practices,
Texas Success Center 2015 Math Pathways Principle 2 Exemplar and 2016 Texas Success
Center Math Pathways Principle 1 Exemplar. MC has also been awarded two grants from
the Dana Center, located in Austin, TX, for distinguished work in the math pathways
Beginning Fall 2018, Midland College will implement the co-requisite model for a portion of the developmental
math students (TSI below 350 as required by HB2223) in our math pathways. Students
will be co-registered for the developmental math course that matches the entry level
math course in their chosen major. By Fall 2020, more than 75% of developmental math
students will be registered in the math co-requisite model. This gives most of our
developmental math students the opportunity to complete their math requirement for
their chosen major in one semester.
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Thank you for choosing Midland College! If you are here to collect a few credits,
take courses to transfer, or here to start a new career, we welcome you.