Mathematics, AS

Program Overview

Plan of Study in Mathematics

This curriculum is designed to satisfy the basic lower division requirements for mathematics majors at senior institutions. Potential majors at senior institutions for students who earn an Associate in Science degree and follow the recommendations below include: actuarial science, computer science, mathematics, mathematics education, and statistics. If you have chosen a transfer institution, consult them to make course selections. Students enrolling in this curriculum are urged to meet with an academic advisor each semester to review course selections and transfer plans.

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Program Requirements

Mathematics

MATH 2515Calculus & Analytic Geometry I

5 Credits

MATH 2524Calculus & Analytic Geometry II

4 Credits

Total Credit Hours:9


Major courses

MATH 2534Calculus and Analytic Geometry III

4 Credits

MATH 2613Differential Equations

3 Credits

COSC 2613Computer Prog for Science & Engineering

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:10


Communications

ENGL 1613English I

3 Credits

ENGL 1623English II

3 Credits

SPCH 1553Introductory Speech

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:9

A minimum grade of C is required in ENGL 1613 and ENGL 1623.

Laboratory Science

PHYS 2614Physics I

4 Credits

Life Science Course

4 Credits

Total Credit Hours:8

Humanities

Humanities Courses

6 Credits

Total Credit Hours:6

Two courses, with one from general humanities and one from the fine arts or interdisciplinary categories. View Humanities course options

Social and Behavioral Science

Social and Behavioral Science Courses

6 Credits

Total Credit Hours:6

Choose two courses from two different prefixes. View social and behavioral science course options

Electives

Electives

16 Credits

Total Credit Hours:16

Choose 16 credit hours from any transfer-level elective area. Appropriate electives have a second digit of 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 in the KCC course number. Consider PHYS 2624; consider Economics and Accounting courses if interested in actuarial science. A maximum of four credit hours can come from physical education activity courses.

Total Credit Hours: 64

Suggested Course Sequence

Fall semester

MATH 2515Calculus & Analytic Geometry I

5 Credits

ENGL 1613English I

3 Credits

BIOL 1504Principles of Biology

4 Credits

or

BIOL 1514General Biology I

4 Credits

or

BIOL 1534Human Biology

4 Credits

or

BIOL 1584Environmental Biology

4 Credits

Social and Behavioral Science Course

3 Credits

Spring semester

MATH 2524Calculus & Analytic Geometry II

4 Credits

ENGL 1623English II

3 Credits

PHYS 2614Physics I

4 Credits

Electives

6 Credits

Fall semester

MATH 2534Calculus and Analytic Geometry III

4 Credits

SPCH 1553Introductory Speech

3 Credits

Electives

7 Credits

Humanities Course

3 Credits

Spring semester

MATH 2613Differential Equations

3 Credits

COSC 2613Computer Prog for Science & Engineering

3 Credits

Social and Behavioral Science Course

3 Credits

Humanities Course

3 Credits

Elective

3 Credits