Our mathematics degree courses are of the same levels of rigor that you would expect at any four-year institution in the country. Class sizes average around 24 students, providing more opportunities for one-on-one engagement with instructors.
Graduates of the program will be able to:
Students must demonstrate proficiency in elementary (MAT-013) and intermediate (MAT-014) algebra, as well as precalculus (MAT-129 or MAT-129A/MAT-129B). In addition, they must successfully complete all courses required by the College’s placement tests, and fulfill the science course prerequisites. The science courses of biology and chemistry require a high school laboratory course with a minimum grade of “C” or the equivalent developmental science courses (BIO-010, CHM-010).