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2016-2017 College Catalog

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Mathematics - A.A. Degree (Transfer)

An Arts and Sciences Area of Study

Application Code 160

For curriculum information, contact the Mathematics Division–HR-300—443-518-1580.

This curriculum is a guide to students planning to transfer to a four-year institution to complete a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. Students interested in a Bachelor of Arts degree will need to meet additional world language requirements. Students are advised to check the requirements of the institution to which they intend to transfer.

Suggested Semester 1

Course NumberTitleCredits
ENGL-121College Composition

3

HMDV-160STEM Seminar I

1

MATH-181Calculus I

4

PHYS-110General Physics I (Calculus)

4

-Social & Behavioral Sciences Core Group B

3

Suggested Semester 2

Course NumberTitleCredits
HMDV-161STEM Seminar II

1

MATH-182Calculus II

4

PHIL-102Introduction to Logic

3

PHYS-111General Physics II (Calculus)

4

-Arts & Humanities Core Group A

3

Suggested Semester 3

Course NumberTitleCredits
CMSY-141Computer Science I

4

HMDV-260STEM Seminar III

1

MATH-240Calculus III

4

-Arts & Humanities Core Group B

3

-Arts & Sciences Elective

3

Suggested Semester 4

Course NumberTitleCredits
HMDV-261STEM Seminar IV

1

MATH-220Discrete Structures

3

-OR

MATH-260Differential Equations

3

MATH-250Linear Algebra

4

-Social & Behavioral Sciences Core Group A

3

-Arts & Sciences Elective

4

Total Credit Hours: 60

Students interested in a Bachelor of Arts degree can substitute a World Language Sequence for their Arts & Sciences Electives. If this includes a 200-level course, that course can be used for the Arts & Humanities Core Group B requirement.

A graduate should be able to

1. Demonstrate core knowledge in Calculus and Linear Algebra.

2. Utilize technology to communicate, collect, display, and analyze information.

3. Communicate mathematical reasoning symbolically, verbally, and in writing.

4. Identify, understand, evaluate, and apply ethical reasoning in the context of mathematics.