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2+2 Transfer Pathway Guides

2+2 with SUNY Brockport

B.S. Mathematics (MC39)

MCC Degree Awarded:

Mathematics A.S. (MC02)

Please note that some courses required in a 2+2 Transfer Pathway may not be required for the MCC program. This could have financial aid implications. Students should meet with their department or with a transfer counselor to discuss an academic plan and recommended sequence of courses.
2021-2022
2+2Sheet

Credit Hours
FIRST SEMESTER:
MTH 210 Calculus I
4
ENG 101 College Composition or ENG 200 Advanced Composition
3
SUNY-SS or SUNY-AH Elective
3
SUNY-A or SUNY-FL Elective
3
Open Elective
3
 Total:
16-17
SECOND SEMESTER:
MTH 211 Calculus II
4
MTH 220 Discrete Mathematics
3
PHL 101 Introduction to Philosophy or PHL 103 Introduction to Ethics or PHL 105 Technology and Values
3
SUNY-OWC or SUNY-WC Elective
3
Open Elective
3-4
 Total:
16-17
THIRD SEMESTER:
MTH 212 Calculus III
4
SUNY-NS Elective *
4
MCC-HW Elective (could be 2-credits if student can complete the minimum 60 credits for graduation)
3
MTH 225 Differential Equations
3-4
 Total:
14-15
FOURTH SEMESTER:
MTH 230 Linear Algebra
4
SUNY-NS Elective *
4
MCC-TL Elective - CSC 101 Introduction to Computer Science
4
Open Elective #
3-4
 Total:
15-16
TOTAL CREDITS
61-65

Click on hyperlinks for course options.

AP, IB, CLEP, Dual Enrollment, & Transfer courses:
Credits showing as accepted by MCC may not be
transferable. See
SUNY Brockport Course Equivalencies and contact SUNY Brockport with questions.

*
Choose two of the following: BIO 155, 156; CHE 151, 152; GEO 101, 102; PHY 161, 261; GEG 101 with GEG 100; GEG 111 with GEG 110.

The Math Major at Brockport has three tracks: Traditional, Statistics, Actuarial.
Additional recommended courses:
MTH 160 and MTH 260 for Actuarial Science or Statistics tracks at Brockport.
ECO 111 and 112 for Actuarial track.

#
The 3-4 credit Open Elective in Semester 4 may not be necessary if the student has already completed three 4-credit electives and has the minimum 12 credits of electives required for the program. If this is the case, please see your advisor for waiver.

Contact the Brockport Education Department for specific information if you:
  • intend to pursue math and education certification
  • a double major or minor in a science subject

Because of the sequential nature of the study of mathematics, students should meet with the Brockport Mathematics department's
advisement coordinator as soon as possible to declare the major, be assigned a departmental advisor, and plan an academic program.

Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher is advised for acceptance to SUNY Brockport.
GPA of 2.0 is required for MCC graduation.

Mathematics A.S. (MC02) will be the degree student is audited against and awarded from MCC.
Documentation source: MCC Advisement & Transfer Services 2021-2022.




Links to information at SUNY Brockport
B.S. Mathematicshttps://www.brockport.edu/academics/mathematics/major.html