Oct 22, 2018  
2018-2019 Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mathematics Concentration, Arts and Sciences, A.S.


Return to {$returnto_text} Return to: Programs of Study

The mathematics concentration is a sequence of courses for students planning to transfer into upper-division programs not only in abstract mathematics, but also mathematics-related programs including secondary teaching, statistics, finance, and computer programming. To earn the associates degree in mathematics, a minimum of 16 credit hours in Mathematics courses at the 200-level must be completed. Selection of the appropriate courses in each individual program must be done carefully with an academic advisor familiar with the requirements of the transfer institution. Graduates of mathematics programs at all levels are very attractive to employers because they have highly developed problem-solving skills which are in high demand within the workforce.

Program Pathway

First Year Fall   First Year Spring
Course Number Course Name Credits   Course Number Course Name Credits
ENG 101
 
English Composition
(ELL 101  is an approved substitution for ENG 101) 
3   Gen Ed English 3
MAT 203 Calculus I 4   Gen Ed Behavioral and Social Science  3
Gen Ed Arts/Humanities 3   Gen Ed Arts/Humanities  3
Gen Ed Behavioral/Social Science 3   Program Choose in consultation with advisor 4
Elective Choose in consultation with advisor 3   Elective Choose in consultation with advisor 3
TOTAL   16   TOTAL   16
Second Year Fall   Second Year Spring
Course Number Course Name Credits   Course Number Course Name Credits
Gen Ed Diversity 3   Gen Ed Biological/Physical Science
(a laboratory course is required)
4
Gen Ed Biological/Physical Science
(a laboratory course is required)
4   Program Choose in consultation with an advisor 4
Program Choose in consultation with an advisor 4   Elective Choose in consultation with advisor 3
Elective Choose an elective in consultation with advisor 3   Elective Choose in consultation with advisor 3
TOTAL   14   TOTAL   14

General Education Requirements (33-35 Credits)


Arts/Humanities


Behavioral/Social Sciences


Biological/Physical Science


Take two laboratory courses from the following list (highly recommend PHY 203 ) (8-10 Credits)

Diversity


English


*A minimum grade of “C” or better is required for ENG-101 and ELL-101

Mathematics


Program Requirements (12 Credits)


Select a minimum of 12 credits from the following courses:

Free Electives (15 Credits)


Electives should be selected in consultation with a transfer advisor and the transfer institution. Some recommended courses are listed below:

Degree Requirement (60 Credits)


Return to {$returnto_text} Return to: Programs of Study