2019-2020 Catalog [Archived]

Mathematics, AS

Mathematics involves the study of quantities, arrangements, change, spaces, and patterns. It is used in an extremely wide range of disciplines, such as physics, chemistry, engineering, economics, biology, finance, risk analysis, cryptography, statistics, and social sciences.

This is a sample transfer guide; consult with a counselor or pathway advisor to develop your degree plan.

Associate of Science

Required Courses

Course NumberTitleCredits
ENG 110College Writing I

3

or

ENG 160College Writing & Research

4

ENG 111College Writing II: Literature

3

or

COM 113Interpersonal Communication

3

MATH 160Calculus 1 & Analytic Geometry

5

MATH 162Calculus 2 & Analytic Geometry

5

MATH 260Calculus 3 & Analytic Geometry

5

MATH 264Differnt'l Equa/Linear Algebra

4

PSI 101American Government

3

Fine Arts

3

Humanities

3

Other Cultures

3

Science

4

Social Science

3

Wellness/Physical Education

2

Elective Courses

16

Total Credit Hours: 62

Transfer Notes: This degree program is designed to be a transfer option for a bachelor’s degree with a major in mathematics. Within the mathematics discipline area it is possible to major in applied mathematics, general mathematics, secondary education mathematics, or statistics. Students interested in the applied mathematics program option must select one of the following areas to apply mathematical skills (minors): biological sciences, chemistry, computer science, physics, or statistics. Elective course choices should be based on selected major and minor options.