Campus: Clinton, Muscatine, and Scott Community Colleges
Mathematics encompasses the methodology of reasoning, logic, and problem-solving. The transfer major in Mathematics has been designed to provide students with a broad education in the liberal arts/humanities with an emphasis on calculus, differential equations, and statistics. This program is for students interested in transferring to a four-year institution with a major in math, statistics, or a related field.
Transfer Institutions: Iowa State University, State University of Iowa, Northern Iowa University, Clarke University, Mount Mercy University, St. Ambrose University, and University of Dubuque. Some of these institutions may have additional requirements. Please see your advisor for more information.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Mathematics Transfer Major program, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate ability to communicate mathematical ideas clearly, using appropriate mathematical terminology and notation.
- Implement appropriate technological tools for concept development, reasoning, and problem-solving.
- Solve math problems involving one or more of the following topics: statistics, probability, limits, derivatives, integrals, and differential equations.
- Demonstrate mathematical skills by solving theoretical and application problems.
- Analyze mathematical solutions for reasonableness, meaning, and limitations in the context of the problem.
Take the following courses:
Discipline relevant courses required for Transfer Major
General Education Requirements
Communications (9 credits required)
SPC-112 is recommended for the Mathematics Transfer Major.
Select a Composition I course (3 credits)
Select a Composition II course (3 credits)
Select a Speech course (3 credits)
Arts and Humanities (6 credits required)
Select one course from any two of the following categories.
Select a Literature course (3 credits)
Select a Humanities course (3 credits)
Select a Fine Arts course (3 credits)
Cultural Historical Perspectives (3 credits)
Select a Cultural/Historical Perspectives course (3 credits)
Social Sciences (3 credits required)
Select a Social Sciences course (3 credits)
Mathematics and Natural Sciences (5 credits required)
Math requirements are met through the discipline requirements for the Mathematics Transfer Major.
If transferring to Iowa State University, 8 credits are required.
Select two Natural Sciences courses (5 credits)
Computer Skills (3 credits required)
Students may choose to demonstrate computer skills proficiency by exam and complete an elective in lieu of a computer skills course.
Select a Computer Skills course (3 credits)
Electives (up to 14 credits required)
Total will vary depending on Natural Sciences courses selected.
Students choose electives according to their needs and interests and the requirements of their intended transfer college to complete the 62 credit hours required of an Associate of Science degree. While electives generally are chosen from any Arts and Science course numbered above 100, a maximum of 4 credit hours in SDV courses and 16 credit hours in career technical courses may be applied toward an AS.
Mathematics Transfer Major, AS: 62 credits total
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