Permit Request Form

For Undergraduate Courses Only

There are 3 sections. First complete the student information section. Second, check the boxes for the courses for which you are requesting a permit. Finally go to the bottom of the form to finish and submit.

Student Information:

Full Name:

Email:

USF ID (UXXXXXXXX):

I am:

Term:

Select the course(s) for which you are requesting a permit (one checkbox for each request). Please choose courses for which you are eligible. Cascading Prerequisites — which must be passed with a C or better — are STRICTLY enforced. Prerequisites are subject to change; the list below is accurate as of October 2022. If you are requesting a permit for an upper-level course, please check the box by Upper-Level, then list the course(s) in the box for additional comments at the end. For example, if you are requesting a permit for MAA 4211 Intermediate Analysis I, type MAA 4211 in the box.

 CRNTitlePrerequisites
MAC 1105College AlgebraC (2.0) or better in MAT 1033, or SAT Math score of 520 or better, or ACT Math score of 21 or better, or Advanced Algebra and Functions (AAF) Next Generation score of 250 or better, or Qualitative Reasoning Algebra and Statistics (QAS) Next Generation of 242 or better, or MPT1 of 12 or better.
MAC 1147Precalculus Algebra & TrignometryC (2.0) or better in MAC 1105, or SAT Math score of 570 or better, or ACT Math score of 24 or better, or Advanced Algebra and Functions (AAF) Next Generation score of 276 or better, or MPT2 of 12 or better.
MAC 2233Business CalculusC (2.0) or better in MAC 1105, or C (2.0) or better in MAC 1140, or C (2.0) or better in MAC 1147, or SAT Math score of 610 or better, or ACT Math score of 26 or better, or Advanced Algebra and Functions (AAF) Next Generation score of 276 or better, or MPT2 of 12 or better.
MAC 2241Life Sciences Calculus IC (2.0) or better in MAC 1114, or C (2.0) or better in MAC 1147, or SAT Math score of 670 or better, or ACT Math score of 29 or better, or Advanced Algebra and Functions (AAF) Next Generation score of 280 or better, or MPT3 of 12 or better, and knowledge of trigonometry.
MAC 2242Life Sciences Calculus IIMAC 2241
MAC 2281Engineering Calculus IC (2.0) or better in MAC 1114 and C (2.0) or better in MAC 1140, or C (2.0) or better in MAC 1147, or SAT Math score of 670 or better, or ACT Math score of 29 or better, or Advanced Algebra and Functions (AAF) Next Generation score of 280 or better, or MPT3 of 12 or better, and knowledge of trigonometry.
MAC 2282Engineering Calculus IIMAC 2281
MAC 2283 Engineering Calculus IIIMAC 2282
MAC 2311Calculus IC (2.0) or better in MAC 1114 and C (2.0) or better in MAC 1140, or C (2.0) or better in MAC 1147, or SAT Math score of 670 or better, or ACT Math score of 29 or better, or Advanced Algebra and Functions (AAF) Next Generation score of 280 or better, or MPT3 of 12 or better, and knowledge of trigonometry.
MAC 2312Calculus IIMAC 2311
MAC 2313 Calculus IIIMAC 2312
MAD 2104Discrete MathematicsMAC 1147
MAP 2302Differential EquationsMAC 2283 or MAC 2313, or B (3.0) or better in either MAC 2282 or MAC 2312.
STA 2023Introductory Statistics IC (2.0) or better in MAT 1033, or SAT Math score of 480 or better, or ACT Math score of 19 or better.
Upper-Level Prerequisites for upper-level courses can be found at https://www.usf.edu/arts-sciences/departments/mathematics-statistics/undergraduate/course-offerings.aspx.

Permits allow the student to register for the course (if open). Permits do not register the student — it is the student's responsibility to register for desired courses after receiving the permit. A permit does not obligate the student to take the course.

Most requests for permits will receive an e-mail; however, students should use OASIS as their confirmation — the permit will appear on OASIS.

Requests will be processed within 2 working days, except during high-volume times. High volume times include: the week prior to school starting, the first two weeks of school, and the first month of registration. Requests for permits are NOT processed after hours or on weekends.

Permits do not guarantee a seat in the course.

Errors can occur on OASIS. The Department of Mathematics & Statistics is not responsible for activity on OASIS.

Students with courses taken at another institution (cross-enrollment or transient) MUST provide documentation of successful completion of pre-requisite courses prior to receiving the permit.

Selection of this box is REQUIRED for receiving a permit. By selecting this box you are confirming your understanding of the Mathematics & Statistics Department's course permit process, including:

I will be attaching documentation of completion of pre-requisites to this form, if the courses were taken at another institution.

Please see the academic course page for more information regarding Department of Mathematics & Statistics course descriptions.

Please complete if you have additional comments about your permit request.