Thread subject: The Dyscalculia Forum :: Lawsuit, Office of Civil Rights, Dyscalculia
Posted by justfoundout on May 09 2012 10:46 PM
Hi again, palmert. I want to be sure that I haven't over-looked anything obvious. You are trying to get a Bachelor's degree in Liberal Arts, aren't you? I mean, you are just trying to get the minimum of math credits covered in order to have a Bachelor's degree, right? Here in Texas, the State only requires three math credits (College Algebra) for a Bachelor's degree. Some Universities (like mine) require six math credits (College Algebra plus 'something else', like Statistics) in order to bestow a Bachelor's degree. My University is an 'engineering' college, so the administration requires more math of its students than a non-engineering college,... though it escapes my comprehension why, if a student isn't studying engineering, this should impact that student's curriculum. But, another State of Texas University, UTSA (University of Texas at San Antonio), only requires three college credits for a Bachelor's degree. So, some colleges require more math credits than others. What math course(s) are you
required to pass to get your Bachelor's degree? (I know that you can't pass them. I'm just wanting to look up those classes on the KU website.) And what 'degree' are you trying to get? (I'm not intending to 'pry', so if any of my questions become annoying rather than possibly helpful, please don't answer them.) I've thought about your problem and the treatment you are receiving several times today. - jus'
Edited by justfoundout on May 09 2012 10:51 PM