Mathematics

Get halfway to a four-year math degree in Monroe Community College's convenient transfer program.

An associate degree in mathematics from Monroe Community College can be the first half of an equation that adds up to a math bachelor's degree.

Our math associate degree is designed as a transfer program, preparing you to gain admission to a four-year math degree program. Transfer students from Monroe Community College's math program have an excellent track record. Our mathematics associate degree graduates have gone on to earn math bachelor's degrees from prestigious universities nationwide.

Subtract the hassles and high tuition from your math degree program, while adding outstanding professors, great transfer opportunities, and flexible course options.

Our Associate Mathematics Degree Prepares You to Transfer

In the mathematics associate degree program at Monroe Community College, you'll take math courses that are generally equivalent to the first two years of a math bachelor's degree. You'll learn from exceptional math professors who've won numerous awards, with special recognition for their creative use of technology and multimedia. More than a dozen of MCC's math courses are available online, letting you set your own hours.

Upon completing your math associate degree, you'll be ready to transfer directly to a four-year college with junior status, majoring in mathematics, applied mathematics, mathematics education, statistics, or a related field.

We'd love to hear from you. Get in touch with our admissions office at (585) 292-2200 or admissions@monroecc.edu to learn more about the benefits you'll find in Monroe Community College's mathematics associate degree program.

To gain admission to this program, you must have completed MTH 175 (Precalculus) with a grade of C or higher, or high school precalculus with a grade of 83 or higher.

Take the First Step Toward a Bachelor's Degree in Math

Credits from Monroe Community College's two-year mathematics program can transfer to colleges across the country. Our math graduates have gained admission to four-year math programs at universities throughout the country, including prestigious institutions such as:

  • Duke University
  • University of Rochester
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Ohio State University
  • Northeastern University
  • Purdue University
  • St. Bonaventure University
  • Roberts Wesleyan College
  • All SUNY colleges and universities

After earning bachelor's degrees, our math associate degree candidates have gone on to career success with firms such as:

  • Avani Technology Solutions
  • Unisys Corporation
  • Earthlink
  • Canandaigua National Bank
  • Citibank
  • Oracle
  • Netsmart

Contact an admissions counselor today at (585) 292-2200 or admissions@monroecc.edu to learn more about the math associate degree program at Monroe Community College.


MATHEMATICS

A.S. Degree - Transfer Program

Department: Mathematics

School: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)

CIP Code: 27.0101
MCC Program Code: MC02
NYSED Code (BRI): 33861
NYSED Code (DCC): 33862

100% of this program can be completed online.

Description
This program is intended for students planning to transfer to a four year college to major in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Statistics, or a related field. The course work in this program is generally equivalent to the first two years of a typical four year program in Mathematics. Successful completion of this program will demonstrate preparation for continued study in Mathematics at the junior or senior level.
Admission to this program requires that the student has completed MTH 175 (Precalculus) with a grade of C or higher, or high school Precalculus with a grade of (B) 83 or higher, or MCC Level 10 Mathematics placement..
Students in this program are encouraged to consult with an advisor in the Mathematics Department.
(Housed in the Mathematics Department)

Program Learning Outcomes
1) Formulate mathematical arguments.
2) Express mathematical ideas in various ways such as symbolically graphically numerically or verbally.
3) Analyze quantitative information in various problem solving situations.
4) Develop mathematical models of applications in various disciplines.
5) Use mathematical models to solve problems in various disciplines.
6) Use appropriate technologies to explore mathematical concepts.

Employment Potential
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Requirements for Program Entrance
Pre-Calculus (Pre-Calculus in high school with an 83 or better or Math 175 at MCC). Biology - recommended. Chemistry - recommended

Distribution Requirements

Credit Hours
FIRST SEMESTER: 16 Credit Hours
ENG 101 College Composition OR
ENG 200 Advanced Composition
3
MTH 210 Calculus I 4
HUMANITIES ELECTIVE3
SOCIAL SCIENCES ELECTIVE 3
LIBERAL ARTS ELECTIVE*3
Total16
SECOND SEMESTER: 16 Credit Hours
LITERATURE ELECTIVE 3
MTH 211 Calculus II 4
ELECTIVE 3
ELECTIVE 3
SOCIAL SCIENCES ELECTIVE3
Total16
THIRD SEMESTER: 15-16 Credit Hours
MTH 212 Calculus III 4
MTH 161 Statistics II* OR
MTH 220 Discrete Mathematics*** OR
MTH 225 Differential Equations
3-4
SOCIAL SCIENCES ELECTIVE3
PHYSICAL/HEALTH EDUCATION ELECTIVE 1
NATURAL SCIENCES SEQUENCE**4
Total15-16
FOURTH SEMESTER: 15 Credit Hours
SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE3
PHYSICAL/HEALTH EDUCATION ELECTIVE1
NATURAL SCIENCES SEQUENCE** 4
ELECTIVE3
MTH 230 Linear Algebra4
Total 15
TOTAL CREDITS62-63

NOTE:

Students planning to transfer to a SUNY college or university must also fulfill the SUNY General Education requirements.

All Mathematics courses and many courses in other disciplines have prerequisites that must be satisfied. When planning their schedules, students should refer to the Course Descriptions section of the Catalog and Student Handbook to view course prerequisites.

*MTH 160 (Statistics I) is the prerequisite for MTH 161 (Statistics II.) Students choosing MTH 161 as their Mathematics elective must first take MTH 160 as an elective, unless MTH 160 has previously been completed.

**Choose one: BIO 155 and BIO 156, or CHE 151 and CHE 152, or GEO 101 and GEO 102, or PHY 154 and PHY 155, or PHY 161 and PHY 261.

***MTH 220 (Discrete Mathematics) is strongly recommended for students majoring in Mathematics. Students planning to transfer to a SUNY school should take MTH 220 as their program elective.





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