Math 80000 is a non-credited class that covers Fundamental Algebra and Geometry. Students are required to register for this course based on certain scores in the CCNY Math Placement Test or the recommendation of a departmental advisor.
For those attempting to enter into certain programs (STEM, Economics, Business, etc), this course is an essential part of your sequence of classes. The Math 80000 class is free. However, students must pay for the required software.
How do I register for Math 80000?
Fall 2021 Math 80000 Registration Update
The following Math 80000 section is the only class available for registration. All other sections are closed.
If you are interested in registering for this class, please fill out this Registration Form or download it from this link:
Make sure the form is completely fill out and it is signed. Email completed form to email@example.com
Please note that Fall 2021 Math 80000 is a HYBRID course. It will be conducted remotely, but all exams will be in-person.
GET READY FOR YOUR MATH 80000 CLASS:
Fall 2021 Math 80000 will be conducted remotely, but all exams will be in-person. Before the first class, you will be sent an email that includes preliminary information explaining how the course will work, how you will access the course on Blackboard, and how you will use the Blackboard Collaborate Ultra tool. You should make sure you can do this before the first class. You will also learn how to access the Knewton Alta system within Blackboard that you will be primarily using for the course. During your first class, your professor will go over the syllabus and answer any questions you have.
On the CUNY main page, there is a drop-down menu under "login" on the top right. In that drop-down menu, one of the selections is "Blackboard". Select that. If you are a new user, there is a link you can click on the lower left of the CUNY login page that comes up. Once you have set that up, you log in with the username and password (same as CUNYfirst), and then you will access your Blackboard Account, you may find this link helpful: https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/it