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TSI Courses at Texas Tech University

Fall 2021 TSI Course Information

TSI 0502

Option #1

  • Meets MWF from 9am to 9:50am AND MF from 1pm to 1:50pm
  • Restrictions: No College-Level Math Course
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 33310 & 33311

Option #2

  • Meets TR from 11am to 12:20pm AND WF from 12pm to 12:50pm
  • Restrictions: No College-Level Math Course
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 39497 & 39498

TSI 0300

Option #1

  • Meets MWF from 9am to 9:50am AND M from 2pm to 2:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 1300
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 44374 & 44375

Option #2

  • Meets MWF from 9am to 9:50am AND R from 12:30pm to 1:20pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 1300
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 44374 & 44380

Option #3

  • Meets TR from 9:30am to 10:50am AND T from 2pm to 2:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 1300
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 44379 & 44385

Option #4

  • Meets TR from 9:30am to 10:50am AND W from 3pm to 3:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 1300
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 44379 & 44386

TSI 0320

Option #1

  • Meets MWF from 11am to 11:50am AND M from 12pm to 12:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 1320
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 42398 & 42401

Option #2

  • Meets MWF from 11am to 11:50am AND R from 12:30pm to 1:20pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 1320
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 42398 & 42402

Option #3

  • Meets TR from 3:30pm to 4:50pm AND M from 3pm to 3:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 1320
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 42398 & 42403

Option #4

  • Meets TR from 3:30pm to 4:50pm AND T from 2pm to 2:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 1320
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 42398 & 42404

TSI 0330

Option #1

  • Meets MWF from 10am to 10:50am AND M from 4pm to 4:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 1330
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 42396 & 42407

Option #2

  • Meets MWF from 10am to 10:50am AND R from 2pm to 2:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 1330
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 42396 & 42408

Option #3

  • Meets TR from 11am to 12:20pm AND W from 1pm to 1:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 1330
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 42394 & 42409

Option #4

  • Meets TR from 11am to 12:20pm AND T from 12:30pm to 1:20pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 1330
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 42394 & 42410

TSI 0340

Option #1

  • Meets MWF from 10am to 10:50am AND M from 1pm to 1:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 2300
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 42396 & 42413

Option #2

  • Meets MWF from 10am to 10:50am AND T from 3:30pm to 4:20pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 2300
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 42396 & 42414

Option #3

  • Meets TR from 8am to 9:20am AND W from 2pm to 2:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 2300
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 42397 & 42415

Option #4

  • Meets TR from 8am to 9:20am AND R from 3:30pm to 4:20pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of MATH 2300
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 42397 & 42416

NCBO 0302

NCBO 0302

Option #1

  • Meets MWF from 2pm to 2:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open of Section of MATH 1300, MATH 1320, MATH 1330, or MATH 2300
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 31629 & 31633

Option #2

  • Meets MWF from 11am to 11:50am
  • Requirements: Any Open of Section of MATH 1300, MATH 1320, MATH 1330, or MATH 2300
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 31630 & 31632

REF 0302

Option #1

  • Course runs August 9th through August 20th ONLINE
  • Requirements: Any MATH course during Fall 2021
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 31917 & 31918

TSI 0304

Option #1

  • Meets MWF from 12pm to 12:50pm
  • Requirements: ENGL 1301 section 090 which meets MWF from 11am to 11:50am
  • Restrictions: Possibly restricted from College-Level Math – Check email provided by TSI advisor after advising appointment
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 28039 & 42715

Option #2

  • Meets T from 2pm to 4:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of ENGL 1301
  • Restrictions: Possibly restricted from College-Level Math – Check email provided by TSI advisor after advising appointment
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 28040

NCBO 0304

Option #1

  • Meets MWF from 2pm to 2:50pm
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of ENGL 1301
  • Restrictions: Possibly restricted from College-Level Math – Check email provided by TSI advisor after advising appointment
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 31624 & 31631

REF 0304

Option #1

  • Course runs August 9th through August 20th ONLINE
  • Requirements: Any Open Section of ENGL 1301 in Fall 2021
  • Restrictions: Possibly restricted from College-Level Math – Check email provided by TSI advisor after advising appointment
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 31919 & 31920

TSI 0999

Option #1

  • No Class Meeting Time
  • Requirements: Check email provided by TSI advisor after advising appointment
  • Restrictions: Check email provided by TSI advisor after advising appointment
  • CRNs to use for Registration: 43114

TSI Developmental Mathematics Courses

TSI 0502 - Developmental Math I: Basic Mathematics
This is the first of a two-course sequence of developmental mathematics courses designed to help students improve their basic math and algebra skills while fulfilling TSI compliance requirements. This course is designed to teach students basic algebra skills to prepare them for TSI 0320, TSI 0330, or TSI 0340. There are four major topics: one-variable linear equations, two-variable linear equations, systems of two-variable linear equations, and operations on polynomials. Students are assigned to this course on the basis of testing and evaluation. Not applicable toward general degree requirements in any degree program. Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Students must earn an A, B, or C in the course to progress to next TSI course. 

TSI 0320 - Developmental Math II: Intermediate Algebra
This is the second of a two-course sequence of developmental mathematics courses designed to help students improve their basic math and algebra skills while fulfilling TSI compliance requirements. This course is designed to prepare students for algebra skills necessary to be successful in College Algebra. There are four major topics: factoring polynomials, quadratic equations, functions, and logarithms. Students are assigned to this course on the basis of testing and evaluation. Not applicable toward general degree requirements in any degree program. Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Students must earn an A, B, or C to pass the course and fulfill TSI Math requirements. 

TSI 0330 - Developmental Math II: Applied Mathematics 
This is the second of a two-course sequence of developmental mathematics courses designed to help students improve their basic math skills while fulfilling TSI compliance requirements. This course is designed to prepare students for skills necessary to be successful in an applied mathematics course. There are four major topics: set theory, logarithms, probability, and statistics. Students are assigned to this course on the basis of testing and evaluation. Not applicable toward general degree requirements in any degree program. Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Students must earn an A, B, or C to pass the course and fulfill TSI Math requirements. 

TSI 0340 - Developmental Math II: Statistics
This is the second of a two-course sequence of developmental mathematics courses designed to help students improve their basic math skills while fulfilling TSI compliance requirements. This course is designed to prepare students for skills necessary to be successful in Statistics. There are four major topics: sampling methods, measures of variation, probability, and distributions. Students are assigned to this course on the basis of testing and evaluation. Not applicable toward general degree requirements in any degree program. Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Students must earn an A, B, or C to pass the course and fulfill TSI Math requirements. 

 

TSI Developmental Literacy Courses
(Integrated Reading and Writing)

TSI 0504 - Developmental Literacy I: Basic Literacy
This is the first of a two course sequence in developmental literacy focused on reading, writing, speaking, and listening in the college reading and writing settings. This course develops reading identification skills (main ideas, details, facts, patterns, strategies and themes) as well as structural writing skills (grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, purpose, and organization). Students are assigned to this course on the basis of testing and evaluation. Not applicable toward general degree requirements in any degree program. Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Students must earn an A, B, or C in the course to progress to next TSI course. 

TSI 0304 - Developmental Literacy II 
This is the second of a two course sequence of developmental literacy focused on reading, writing, speaking and listening in the college reading and writing settings. This course reinforces reading skills (critical reasoning, visualization, strategies and processes) as well as structural writing skills (summarization, writing conventions, style, audience, writing contexts, and research process). Students are assigned to this course on the basis of testing and evaluation. Not applicable toward general degree requirements in any degree program. Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Students must earn an A, B, or C to pass the course and fulfill TSI Literacy requirements. 

TSI 0305 - Developmental Literacy II: ESOL Course
This is one course in a sequence of developmental literacy classes focused on reading, writing, speaking and listening in the college reading and writing settings. With consideration of the student's individual needs, this course develops reading identification skills (fluency, vocabulary, main ideas) and reinforces reading skills (reasoning, visualization, and processing). Additionally, the course develops writing skills (grammar, structure, purpose, and organization) and reinforces writing skills (conventions, style, context, audience, and research). Students are assigned to this course on the basis of testing and evaluation. Not applicable toward general degree requirements in any degree program. Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Students must earn an A, B, or C to pass the course and fulfill TSI Literacy requirements.

 

Non-Course Based Competency Courses

NCBO 0302 - Non-Course Based Mathematics
Students move through a series of content modules using a mastery learning approach. Topics include factoring, solving quadratics equations, functions, set theory, logarithms, probability, and statistics. Students are assigned to this course on the basis of testing and evaluation. Not applicable toward general degree requirements in any degree program. Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Students must earn an A, B, or C to pass the course and fulfill TSI math requirements. 

NCBO 0304 - Non-Course Based Literacy
Students move through a series of content modules using a mastery learning approach. Topics include reading comprehension, application of prior learning, and how to approach college writing. Students are assigned to this course on the basis of testing and evaluation. Not applicable toward general degree requirements in any degree program. Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Students must earn an A, B, or C to pass the course and fulfill TSI Literacy requirements. 

REF 0302 - Mathematics Refresher Workshop
Students move through a series of content modules using a mastery learning approach. Topics include factoring, solving quadratics equations, functions, set theory, logarithms, probability, and statistics. Students are assigned to this course on the basis of testing and evaluation. Not applicable toward general degree requirements in any degree program. Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Students must earn an A, B, or C to pass the course and fulfill TSI math requirements. 

REF 0304 - Literacy Refresher Workshop
Students move through a series of content modules using a mastery learning approach. Topics include reading comprehension, application of prior learning, and how to approach college writing. Students are assigned to this course on the basis of testing and evaluation. Not applicable toward general degree requirements in any degree program. Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Students must earn an A, B, or C to pass the course and fulfill TSI Literacy requirements.