eMAT - Math Advising Tool

The eMAT is an aid for the mathematics department at DBU to evaluate the skills of DBU students wishing to enroll in math or math-based courses for the first time. The eMAT uses the ALEKS placement assessment to determine what you know in math in order to make sure you have enough math knowledge to be successful in the course you want to take.

Depending on the course you want to take, you may or may not need to take the eMAT. Students with sufficient SAT, ACT, and other scores may be able to enroll in math or math-based courses without taking the eMAT (for more information, see the FAQs below or talk with your advisor). Enrolling in a math or math-based course that you are not prepared for will not be beneficial and will cause you to be frustrated and unsuccessful in the class.

Class Requirements

To enroll in the desired math or math-based course, you will need to meet at least one of the following class requirements:

Math class requirements at a glance

Chemistry and Physics class requirements at a glance

By taking the ALEKS assessment you agree to follow the University Honor Code and abide by the University’s Academic Appeal and Academic Misconduct Procedure as stated in the Student Handbook and the Schedule of Classes.

DBU Academic Conduct Policy

Note: You will need to log into your MyDBU account to access the test.