corequisite

corequisite

(kəʊˈrɛkwɪzɪt)
n
an educational course that must be taken at the same time as, or before, another course
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CSU, Dominguez Hills already provides corequisite support for math, and 21 of CSU's 23 universities offer similar programs in English.
Through research, advocacy, and technical assistance, we help states put in place the six GAME CHANGERS that will help all students succeed in college: 15 to Finish, Math Pathways, Corequisite Support, Momentum Year, Academic Maps with Proactive Advising, A Better Deal for Returning Adults.
But one thing is clear: By the 2020-21 academic year, colleges will be required to have at least three-fourths of their remedial students in corequisite courses.
3) There is a prerequisite or corequisite of calculus for course work in atmospheric dynamics and thermodynamics, physics, and differential equations.
Studies from around the country have shown that, compared to remedial courses, students in corequisite courses have had twice the success rate in English and five to six times the success rate in math.
Enrollment was controlled by prerequisite or corequisite courses to minimize the risk of the same students completing the instrument multiple times.
From their own work they determined interns were struggling with course work and began generating ideas for new structures or corequisite courses to support teacher candidates.
order as a prerequisite or corequisite to the imposition of a child
It thus may be that corequisite to reclaiming an American commons is recovering a covenantal view of American identity that goes beyond the contractual view employed by Locke's theory and emphasized by the libertarian philosophy.
Most secondary school biology courses are taken prior to chemistry courses; at the college level, introductory chemistry is generally either a corequisite or is not required at all for introductory biology.
Thus, for us, challenging mathematics is a corequisite for artistic mathematical expression.