Mathematical ability and analytical reasoning are among the most in-demand job skills today. The mathematics program is designed to give students the analytical and logical thinking skills necessary for solving problems in a variety of contexts such as science, business, computer programming, social science, and engineering. It can also provide students with sufficient understanding of mathematical concepts, skills, and applications to succeed in upper-division coursework in math at a four-year college or university.
|Plus a minimum of 3 units from the following Computer Programming courses:||Units|
|COMP 155||Computer Programming Visual Basic||3 units|
|COMP 250||Programming Methods I: C++||3 units|
|COMP 252||Data Structures: C++||3 units|
|COMP 284||Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming: Java||4 units|
|COMP 286||Data Structures: Java||3 units|
|MATH 211||Introduction to Data Science||4 units|
|Plus a minimum of 3 units from the following:||Units|
|MATH 200||Elementary Probability & Statistics||4 units|
|MATH 201||Math in Society||3 units|
|MATH 270||Linear Algebra||3 units|
|MATH 275||Ordinary Differential Equations||3 units|
|PHYS 250||Physics with Calculus I||4 units|
|PHYS 260||Physics with Calculus II||4 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.