Online Math Courses
Choose the courses you need from our catalog of self-paced online Math courses for easily transferable college credit.
Gain an understanding of college-level algebra with this course that emphasizes the solution and the application of linear and quadratic equations, word problems, polynomials, and rational and radical equations.
General Calculus I
Become acquainted with calculus principles, gain experience using and applying calculus methods in practical applications, and become familiar with topics like limits, derivatives, and computational techniques.
General Calculus II
Further expand your understanding of the principles of calculus, like the techniques of integration and logistic models. After completing the course, you will be able to solve integration problems using different techniques of integration.
This college prep course prepares you to successfully complete College Algebra, which is a common gen ed requirement for most degree programs.
Gain a working knowledge of Precalculus and its applications, like solving and graphing equations that involve linear, polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Also learn how to graph trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions.
This course teaches practical application of calculations in everyday life, like decision-making, saving money, estimating, understanding media reports, among others. You will gain confidence in your mathematical abilities to feel comfortable navigating...
About our online Math courses.
Our self-paced, online math courses help you develop the mathematical and analytical skills necessary to succeed in your academic and professional pursuits. Our courses in algebra, precalculus, calculus, and statistics enable students to progress in their math education and earn credits toward their degree, regardless of their current level. Once you’ve completed the course, you can take your knowledge — and your credit — to more than 150 accredited colleges and universities that accept transferable credits from StraighterLine. Enroll in one of our online math courses today to continue making progress on your degree.