Mathematics Area of Concentration Degree

Associate of Science
Environmental Science and Policy

The mathematics track is a transfer program that provides the first two years of courses necessary for a four-year baccalaureate degree in mathematics.

Program Outcomes

Upon completion of this program a student will be able to:

  • Effectively communicate the concepts of single and multivariable calculus, differential equations, and linear algebra using appropriate mathematical language.
  • Apply mathematical approaches from single and/or multivariable calculus, differential equations, and linear algebra to analyze and solve problems in mathematics and other disciplines.
  • Appropriately use current mathematical software, such as Matlab or MAPLE, for tasks in multivariable calculus, differential equations, and/or linear algebra.


Program Advising Guide

Meet with your academic advisor regularly to discuss your academic plans and make sure you are on track to graduate and/or transfer. The program advising guide outlines the degree requirements and is meant to supplement the advising process.

Transfer Opportunities

MC has a long history of successfully preparing students for transfer to four-year institutions. See all transfer agreements.

Careers

Some careers that a math major is especially good preparation for are the following:  actuarial science, computer analyst or programmer, economist, engineering analyst, information scientist, marketing research analyst, mathematician, meteorologist, numeral analyst, operations research, statistician, and systems analyst, mathematics teacher, mathematics professor, or professional mathematician. If you want to be a mathematics professor or a professional mathematician, you will need to go to graduate school in mathematics.

Curriculum

Suggested Course Sequence: Mathematics

A suggested course sequence for Mathematics majors follows.

A suggested course sequence for Mathematics majors follows.

All students should review the advising guide and consult an advisor. Most courses have either assessment levels that must be met or prerequisites (courses that must be taken first). Part-time students and those who need to meet assessment levels or take prerequisite courses will take longer to complete a degree. An advisor will help make sure you are taking your courses in the right order.

All degree-seeking students must take a central group of General Education courses in English, mathematics, arts, behavioral and social sciences, humanities, and science. These courses are included in the suggested course sequence below.

 

Suggested Course Sequence

A suggested course sequence for full-time students follows. All students should review the Program Advising Guide and consult an advisor.

First Semester


Second Semester


  • MATH 182 - Calculus II 4 semester hours
  • Track electives 4 semester hours †
  • English foundation 3 semester hours  (ENGF)
  • Natural sciences distribution with lab 4 semester hours (NSLD) ‡

Third Semester


Fourth Semester


 Note: Apply for the College’s graduation after registering for fourth semester courses.

Total Credit Hours: 60


* ENGL 101/ENGL 101A, if needed for ENGL 102/ENGL 103, or program elective.

** Behavioral and Social Science Distribution (BSSD) courses must come from different disciplines.

‡ Students are strongly encouraged to take two consecutive lab sciences courses.

† Students should choose electives carefully based on the requirements of their intended transfer institution. Students are encouraged to take a two-semester sequence of courses that fulfills their transfer goals. Track Electives include: ACCT 221, ACCT 222, BIOL 150, BIOL 151, BIOL 210, CHEM 131, CHEM 132, CHEM 203, CHEM 204CMSC 140, CMSC 203, CMSC 207 /MATH 207 , COMM 108, ECON 201, ECON 202, ENEE 140, ENES 102, ENES 206 /MATH 206ENES 220, ENES 221, ENES 240, MATH 165, PHYS 161, PHYS 233, PHYS 234, PHYS 262, or PHYS 263. Students must take at least one 200 level track elective.


Get Started: Apply and Register


Related Programs and Courses

General Studies Degree

Students who major in general studies explore personal, professional, and academic areas of interest within a flexible framework supporting transfer.

Workforce Development & Continuing Education

MC offers a wide variety of noncredit classes designed to help you upgrade your skills, pursue career training, or learn something new.

Common searches:
Jump to Navigation
©