Mathematics

The Associate of Science in mathematics curriculum provides basic courses for the first two years of a four-year curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics, Engineering, or Education with the intent to teach mathematics. This degree can be achieved in-person or fully online thanks to our Mixed Mode courses. 

With this degree, students will have a solid background in both applied and pure mathematics that can be applied to a Bachelors degree in Mathematics, Engineering, or any other STEM field, as well as Education for those who wish to teach mathematics. Topics covered: 

Topics Covered:

  • Calculus with Applications 
  • Applied Linear Algebra 
  • Discrete Mathematics 

Associate of Science in Mathematics

 

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First Semester (Fall I):

  • ENGL 1110 Composition I (3 Credit)
    Lab Science (4 Credit)
  • MATH 1220 College Algebra (3 Credit)
  • Social & Behavioral Science (3 Credit)

 

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 13


Second Semester (Spring I)

  • ENGL 1120 Composition II OR ENGL 2210 Professional & Technical Communication (3 Credit)
  • MATH 1230 Trigonometry (3 Credit)
  • PHYS 2130C Algebra-Based Physics I (4 Credit)
  • Social & Behavioral Science (3 Credit)

 

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 13


Third Semester (Summer): 

  • COMM 2120 Public Speaking OR COMM 2120 Interpersonal Communication (3 Credit)
  • MATH 1512 Calculus I (4 Credit)

 

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 7


Fourth Semester (Fall II): 

  • MATH 1522 Calculus II (4 Credit)
  • MATH 1350 Introduction to Statistics (4 Credit)
  • Humanities (3 Credit)
  • Arts (3 Credit)

 

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 14


Fifth Semester (Spring II): 

  • MATH 2530 Calculus III (4 Credit)
  • MATH 2420 Applied Linear Algebra (3 Credit)
  • MATH 2430 Discrete Mathematics (3 Credit)
  • PHED #### (1 Credit)
  • Social & Behavioral Science, Humanities OR Arts (3 Credit)

 

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 14


 Total Credits Required: 61 

This program consists of 61 credit hours. Full-time students typically complete this program in five semesters.

Students interested in CCC's Mathematics program can apply for general admission to the college and then file a degree plan with an Academic Advisor.

Although this program is designed to allow students to transfer to a four-year university to continue their studies in mathematics and other sciences, it will provide a solid foundation for a multitude of possible careers. Students must work closely with their transfer institutions and their CCC advisor to ensure the best transition to four-year schools. Future career opportunities include: 

 

 

 

Contact Info

For more information about CCC’s Mathematics program, please contact: 

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Brandon Finney

Division Chair of Mathematics, Science, and Humanities
575.769.4933

brandon.finney@clovis.edu

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Dr. Jessica Brown
Mathematics Faculty
575.769.4947
jessica.faucett@clovis.edu

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