2018-2019

Associate in Science

Liberal Arts - Mathematics

This Option is for students who plan a B.S. in Math with a well-rounded liberal arts education. 

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the language of Mathematics
  • Solve mathematical problems using appropriate mathematical tools
  • Solve application problems using methods of Calculus
  • Demonstrate and understanding of the theories of calculus and differential equations
  • Apply mathematical methods and tools to solve quantifiable problems
  • Communicate effectively in writing, using information resources and supporting technology 

Note:

MA 108 is a prerequisite for MA 109 or test placement.  MA 108 is also a prerequisite for CIS 165.

All Mathematics and Computer Science courses require a grade of “C” or better.


General Education Requirements(30 credits)

Code Name Credits
Communication (6 credits)
EN 101 Composition I 3
EN 102 Composition II 3
Mathematics (4 credits)
MA 109 Pre-Calculus Mathematics 4
Science
Choose one (1) of the following sequences
BS 101 Biology I 4AND
BS 102 Biology II 4
OR
PY 120 Physics I 4AND
PY 121 Physics II 4
Social Science
Choose one (1) of the following courses
PS 101 Introduction to Psychology 3
SO 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
Humanities
Choose one (1) of the following courses
AE 103 Art History I 3
MU 106 Appreciation of Music 3
Choose one (1) of the following courses
PH 101 Introduction to Philosophy 3
PH 106 Introduction to Ethics 3
History
Choose one (1) of the following courses
HI 101 History of Western Civilization I 3
HI 102 History of Western Civilization II 3

Core Requirements(14 credits)

Code Name Credits
CIS 108 Programming Fundamentals 3
CIS 165 Fundamentals of C++ Programming 4
FREE ELECTIVE: Choose any college level course(s) that total four (4) credits 4
Choose one (1) of the following courses
MA 150 Discrete Structures 3
MA 200 Elementary Linear Algebra 3

Option Requirements(16 credits)

Code Name Credits
MA 120 Calculus I 4
MA 121 Calculus II 4
MA 201 Calculus III 4
MA 202 Differential Equations 4

Total Credits 60


Guided Pathways Academic Map


First Semester Credits
CIS 108 Programming Fundamentals 3.0
EN 101 Composition I 3.0
HI 101 History of Western Civilization I 3.0
MA 109 Pre-Calculus Mathematics 4.0
PS 101 Introduction to Psychology OR SO 101 Introduction to Sociology 3.0
Total 16.0
Second Semester Credits
CIS 165 Fundamentals of C++ Programming 4.0
EN 102 Composition II 3.0
MA 120 Calculus I 4.0
PH 101 Introduction to Philosophy OR PH 106 Introduction to Ethics 3.0
Total 14.0
Third Semester Credits
AE 101 Appreciation of Art OR MU 106 Appreciation of Music 3.0
MA 121 Calculus II 4.0
MA 150 Discrete Structures OR MA 200 Elementary Linear Algebra 3.0
Science Course 4.0
Total 14.0
Fourth Semester Credits
MA 201 Calculus III 4.0
MA 202 Differential Equations 4.0
Science Course 4.0
Elective 4.0
Total 16.0