# Mathematics Department - AA Degree

A student has two options for completing a Mathematics major:

1) AA degree in Mathematics

2) AS in Mathematics for Transfer

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**ASSOCIATE IN ARTS IN MATHEMATICS **

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In order to complete an AA in Mathematics, students must complete a minimum of 18 units from among the following courses with a grade of "C" or better. Among the 18 units must be 5 units from Math 266 or 267 to meet the major requirements.

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**Program Learning Outcomes**–

Upon completion, students will be able to:

- Demonstrate proficiency in solving problems using mathematical reasoning and drawing inferences using data analysis;
- Demonstrate proficiency in extracting, analyzing and testing data, in order to draw scientifically based inferences and conclusions.

ELIGIBLE COURSES PREREQUISITES UNITS

Math 121 |
Essentials of Plane Geometry |
3 |

Math 215 |
Principles of Mathematics |
3 |

Math 227 |
Statistics |
4 |

Math 238 |
Calculus for Business and Social Sciences |
5 |

Math 240 |
Trigonometry |
3 |

Math 245 |
College Algebra |
3 |

Math 260 |
Pre-calculus |
5 |

Math 265 |
Calculus with Analytic Geometry I |
5 |

Math 266 |
Calculus with Analytic Geometry II |
5 |

Math 267 |
Calculus with Analytic Geometry III |
5 |

Math 270 |
Linear Algebra |
3 |

Math 275 |
Ordinary Differential Equations |
3 |

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**ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS FOR TRANSFER (AS-T)**

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California Community College students interested in transfer to a California State University (CSU) are encouraged to learn more about the Associate in Arts or Associate in Science for Transfer (AA-T or AS-T) Degrees. These Transfer Degrees are designed to provide a clear pathway for transfer. California Community College students awarded an AA-T or AS-T degree are guaranteed admission with junior standing in a program that is deemed “similar” within the CSU system. Although priority admission consideration is given to the student’s local CSU campus within a “similar” program, it does not guarantee admission to a specific major or campus

**Program Learning Outcomes –**

Upon completion, students will be able to:

- Demonstrate proficiency in solving problems using mathematical reasoning and

drawing inferences using data analysis;

- Demonstrate proficiency in extracting, analyzing and testing data, in order to draw scientifically based inferences and conclusions;
- Transfer to an undergraduate program at the university level in the field of mathematics.

Required Courses UNITS

Math 265 |
Calculus with Analytic Geometry I |
5 |

Math 266 |
Calculus with Analytic Geometry II |
5 |

Math 267 |
Calculus with Analytic Geometry III |
5 |

Select one course from the following: |
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Math 270 |
Linear Algebra |
3 |

Math 275 |
Ordinary Differential Equations |
3 |

Select one course from the following: |
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Math 227 |
Statistics |
4 |

Math 270 |
Linear Algebra |
3 |

Math 275 |
Ordinary Differential Equations |
3 |

Co Sci 439 |
Programming in C |
3 |

Co Sci 440 |
Programming in C++ |
3 |