This subject aims to develop numeracy knowledge and skills for everyday mathematical problems to a level appropriate for first year university studies. Students will learn to perform calculations with real numbers, fractions, decimals and percentages. Simple geometry concepts, such as parallel lines, interior angles, circle geometry and similar figures are covered, as are compass directions and the everyday use of maps and plans.

Session 1 (30)

On Campus

Albury-Wodonga Campus

Bathurst Campus

Dubbo Campus

Port Macquarie Campus

Wagga Wagga Campus

Online

Bathurst Campus

Session 2 (60)

Online

Bathurst Campus

HD/FL

One session

Academic Success

Only available to students enrolled in the Diploma of General Studies and the CSU Pathway Course.

- be able to apply mathematical knowledge and skills to solve problems with familiar contexts;
- be able to perform calculations in relation to two-dimensional and three-dimensional figures to solve mathematical problems;
- be able to represent information in symbolic, graphical and tabular forms;
- be able to represent the relationships between changing quantities in algebraic and graphical forms;
- be able to use trigonometric concepts and formula to solve problems;
- be able to determine an appropriate form of organisation and representation of collected data;
- be able to represent and perform simple calculations in the likelihood of familiar events; and
- be able to model financial situations using appropriate tools.

- Perform calculations with real numbers, fractions, decimals, and percentages
- Simple Geometry
- Measurement
- Algebra
- Graphing
- Statistics
- Probability
- Financial mathematics

*The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: February 2020. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.*