Well, every degree program has a different curriculum or track that majors need to follow. But, all 4 year degree programs require 2 years (approximately 60 credits) worth of CORE courses--Language Arts, Math, and Science. The introductory or basic level courses are typically numbered "101, 102, 103" and the more advanced courses are numbered "201, 303, 404," etc. For example: "Biology 101" is a basic level course, whereas "Chemistry 303" is an advanced level course.
Math course order COULD be Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Trigonometry--but it all depends on your major.
Your college adviser will give you a program/course outline once you declare your major, and tell you which courses are required, and in which order. Some courses are only offered in certain semesters, and it MIGHT mean having to wait a year to take if you miss the semester in which the prerequisite course was offered.
at 8:40 AM on May. 1, 2010