MTT is a self-paced course designed to help students progress through developmental mathematics classes with the use of technology. This course is available as an alternative to standard developmental MTE classes. MTT is available for students completing modules 1-9 only at the Greene County site.
Each MTT course has required class time. Students will use a computer system called the Hawkes Learning System for instruction, homework, quizzes, and tests. This system is available in PVCC computer labs and can be used by students on their own computers.
The class schedule depends upon how many courses you need to complete. Students may take up to three credits in the spring and fall. A maximum of two credits is offered in the summer.
- MTT 1 (1 credit) - Students needing to complete one unit of developmental math.
- MTT 2 (2 credits) - Students needing to complete two units of developmental math in one semester.
- MTT 3 (3 credits) - Students needing to complete three or more units of developmental math in one semester.
Class time is spent getting support on questions that students have from work done outside of class. There is no lecture during class time. Class time is best utilized if students come to class with questions already formulated. Additionally, class time can be spent working in groups, completing quizzes and completing tests. Students should feel comfortable working independently without the need for daily lecture.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I enroll?
Enrollment is open and available to students with developmental math needs. Students should consult the Admissions & Advising Center in Room M144 or by phone 434.961.6581.
Can I use financial aid?
Yes. MTT and MTE are Pass/Fail developmental math courses recognized by financial aid.