The Associate in Science in Mathematics for Transfer is designed to prepare students to continue studies toward a B.A. or B.S. degree in Mathematics or for entry-level into a variety of career options. Students who pursue a Mathematics degree enjoy a wealth of career options ranging from Business, Engineering, Computer Science, Education, the Sciences and the many others.
Program Learning Outcomes: Use mathematics to investigate, model, and solve a variety of real-world problems; use a variety of problem-solving methods to solve equations and related applications; use technology as a tool for exploring mathematical concepts; demonstrate an understanding of concepts and skills needed for future mathematics courses or courses in related disciplines; demonstrate a solid understanding of functions from multiple perspectives; use numerical, graphical, and symbolic representations to solve problems and communicate with others; demonstrate an ability to work with mathematical abstractions; analyze mathematical relationships, and make plausible conjectures.
Students must satisfy both of the following requirements in order to earn the Associate in Science in Mathematics for Transfer degree:
Students must earn a “C” or better in all courses required for the major. A “P” (Pass) grade is not an acceptable grade for courses in the major.
|MATH P103 - Calculus 1 with Analytical Geometry||4 units|
|MATH P104 - Calculus 2 with Analytical Geometry||4 units|
|MATH P205 - Calculus 3 with Analytical Geometry||4 units|
|MATH P206 - Differential Equations and Linear Algebra||5 units|
|PHYS P104A - Physics for Scientists and Engineers||4 units|
|Major 21 units|
|Total Overall Units||60 Units|
Students are not required to complete additional campus course graduation requirements.
Effective Summer 2014