One Credit Course. Prerequisite: Algebra I. Algebra II is a one-credit course that is an extension of Algebra I. Topics are added in the area of functions that expand the algebra to include conic sections and trigonometry, thus relating algebra to geometric concepts. Algebra II is generally preliminary to a course in analysis, analytical geometry, and ideas of limits and calculus. This course also ties together many of the ideas from arithmetic and geometry. Students who have successfully completed this course will be able to identify and perform diverse mathematical concepts in the field of algebra. Students must have successfully completed Algebra I, with Geometry strongly recommended, in order to take this class.