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The Mathematics Department has the following course offerings: Integrated Mathematics I & II, Math Essentials, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, PreCalculus (Advanced Mathematics), PreCalculus (H/DE), Calculus (H/DE), and Mathematics 099 (DE).
The Calculus class is offered for dual enrollment credit through the University of Louisiana at Monroe. The PreCalculus H/DE and Mathematics 099 classes are offered through Louisiana Delta Community College. Mathematics 099 students can complete this college remediation course during the fall semester and earn College Algebra credit during the spring. PreCalculus H/DE students can earn College Algebra and Trigonometry credit while Calculus students earn advanced mathematics college credit. Requirements for dual enrollment classes include a student's having acquired at least a 19 in mathematics on the PLAN or ACT tests. Students in the Mathematics 099 class must have obtained between a 16 and 18 on the mathematics components of the PLAN and/or ACT.
Faculty members teaching mathematics include the following:
Broome, Michael  PreCalculus (H/DE), Calculus (H/AP), and Mathematics 099
Gultery, Brandon  Integrated Mathematics I
Istre, Michael  Algebra I and Advanced MathematicsPreCalculus
Mitchell, Barry  Integrated Mathematics I
Smith, Betsy  Geometry and Math Essentials
Trigg, Keith
 Algebra I, Integrated Mathematics II, Algebra II