### Placement, Enrollment & Class Scheduling Info

Students that want more information on enrollment policies, math course placement (including the UW math placement test and retakes), transfer credit (and reevaluations), the calculus credit exams, getting help, and more can review the below links.

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## New Student Placement & Enrollment

Information for new students on math course placement, early-sequence course selection, transfer credit reevaluations, and enrollment policies.

## The UW Math Placement Test

Information on the UW math placement test and retakes.

## Calculus Credit by Examination

Information for students interested in establishing MATH 221, 222, and/or 234 credit via our calculus credit exams.

## Enrollment, Class Scheduling & Placement Help

Information for students that have questions on or need help with math course enrollment, class scheduling, and placement.

## Undergraduate Education

### Courses

The below links provide some information on early math course sequencing and our 300-level linear algebra courses.

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## Math Flowchart

## Precalculus vs. MATH 171/217 Sequence

Information on the differences between the traditional precalculus/MATH 221 sequence and the MATH 171/217 sequence.

## Linear Algebra Courses

Information on the differences between our 300-level linear algebra courses, as well as considerations for students choosing between them.

## Honors Calculus: MATH 375/6

Information on the Honors calculus sequence: MATH 375/6.

### Programs

The Math Department offers a number of programs at the undergraduate-level.

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## Wisconsin Emerging Scholars-Calculus (WES-Calculus)

Information on the Math Department’s WES-Calculus program, for students interested in a challenging calculus supplement that can help build community and give more in-depth experience in calculus.

## Undergraduate Math Major & Certificate Programs

Information on undergraduate math major and certificate programs.

## Applied Mathematics, Engineering, and Physics (AMEP)

Information on the AMEP program, which is of particular interest to students with multidisciplinary interests.