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Mathematics - AS

An Associate’s in Mathematics prepares students for bachelor programs in mathematics or a related field. The Mathematics programs does more than provide services for the College’s other programs through the rigorous math curriculum. The program can be applied to almost every career such as statistical analysis, computer science, engineering, economics, education, or research related fields. Credits earned to complete the requirements of the General Education Core cannot be used to fulfill the required credits of the program.

Degree Requirements

The follow degree requirements are for the 2023-2024 Catalog. For other catalogs, please see Catalogs

Minimum of 61 Credit Hours

General Education Core (32 credit hours)
Area I. Communications (9 credit hours)
COMM1130 Public Speaking 3
COMM2120 Interpersonal Communication 3
ENGL1110 Composition I 3
ENGL1120 Composition II 3
Area II. Mathematics (4 credit hours)
MATH1220 College Algebra 4
Area III. Laboratory Science (4 credit hours)
Area IV. Social and Behavioral Sciences (3 credit hours)
Area V. Humanities (3 credit hours)
Area VI. Creative and Fine Arts (3 credit hours)
Area VII. Electives (6 credit hours)
Elective 1 (3 credit hours)
Any additional course from Areas III or IV
Elective 2 (4 credit hours)
Any additional course from Areas II or III

Concentration Requirements (23 credit hours)
BCIS1110 Intro to Information Systems 3
MATH1230 Trigonometry 4
MATH1350 Introduction to Statistics 3
MATH1510 Calculus I 4
MATH1520 Calculus II 4
MATH213 Calculus III 4

Concentration Electives (6 credit hours)
MATH1215 Intermediate Algebra 4
MATH215 Linear Algebra 4
MATH220 Differential Equations 4
***Students may select other elective courses from STEM Department with advisor approval***