On the last day of Math Camp, each student will be given the opportunity to take a placement exam. Success on this exam guarantees the student a reserved seat in their first required math class. To ensure a spot in their first required math class, students must meet with an academic advisor at the placement testing location immediately following the exam. All open math class seats will be released at the end of camp, so students must ensure that they revise their schedule prior to the end of camp.
The colleges and majors listed below require the minimum completion of Math 123 (Finite Mathematics), Math 125 (Basic Calculus), or Math 141 (Calculus I). Some have additional higher math requirements. Math Camp is designed to help prepare you to pass the math placement exam by demonstrating your preparedness to begin in Math 130.
Alternatives to Math Camp
Click here for additional math placement information from the Department of Mathematics, including an online placement exam option.
Students may wish to retake the SAT or ACT to try to improve their math score. A more recent ACT or SAT test that shows the necessary math score (ACT 25, SAT 590) should be sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to document that the student has achieved the required level of proficiency to take the first math class required by his/her major.
Remember, there is a limited time to retake the SAT or ACT. The last SAT exam is June 1st (registration deadline is May 3rd) and the last ACT exam is June 8th (registration deadline is May 3rd).
UT Majors by College Requiring Math 123 or Higher* for 2018/19
|College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (only the majors listed below)|
|Environmental and Soil Sciences|
|Food & Agricultural Business|
|Natural Resource and Environmental Economics|
|Wildlife & Fisheries Science|
|College of Architecture and Design|
|College of Arts and Sciences (only the majors listed below)|
|Geology and Environmental Sciences|
|Interdisciplinary Programs: Neuroscience|
|Medical Laboratory Sciences|
|Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures—all Language & World Business concentrations (French, Hispanic Studies, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Russian Studies, German, and Italian)|
|Pre-Professional Programs (Dentistry, Medicine, Pharmacy, and Veterinary Medicine)|
|Haslam College of Business|
|College of Communication and Information (only the majors listed below)|
|College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences (only the majors listed below)|
|Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management|
|Recreation and Sport Management|
|Retail and Consumer Sciences|
|College of Engineering|
|College of Nursing|
*These requirements are subject to change. Please be sure to speak with your advisor if you have any questions.