ASNSM in Mathematics

The Associate in Science in Natural Sciences and Mathematics (ASNSM) degree in Mathematics emphasizes general education and is designed to provide a basis for transfer into the Bachelor of Arts degree programs in Mathematics, or Natural Science/Mathematics. This 60-credit program provides students with a basic mathematical background the opportunity to further utilize their skills in the advanced study of mathematics.

ASNSM in Mathematics Credit Distribution

Subject/Category Credits
I. General Education Requirements 30
A. Intellectual and Practical Skills 15
  • English Composition I (ENC-101)
(3)
  • English Composition II (ENC-102)
(3)
  • College Mathematics
(3)
  • Electives in Intellectual and Practical Skills
(6)
B. Human Cultures and the Physical and Natural World 18
  • Humanities
(3)
  • Social Sciences
(3)
  • Introduction to the option
(3)
  • Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences or Interdisciplinary Elective
(9)
C. Personal and Social Responsibility 9
  • Diversity/Global Literacy
(3)
  • Responsible Ethical Leadership
(3)
  • Ethics or Diversity Elective
(3)
II. Area of Study: Mathematics 18
A. Introductory Course (required) 3
  • Calculus I (Differential Calculus)
 
B. Theory and Concepts (required) 9
Select three of the following:
  • Calculus II (Integral Calculus)
  • Calculus III (Multivariate Calculus)
  • Discrete Math
  • Linear Algebra (Calculus Based - Prerequisite of Calculus in Description)
  • Probability/Statistics
  • Matrix Algebra
  • Number Theory
 
C. Mathematics 6
  • Abstract Algebra
  • Advanced Calculus
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Calculus IV (Differential Equations)
  • Complex Variables
  • Cryptography & Cryptanalysis
  • Geometry (Prerequisite of Calculus or More Advanced Math)
  • Graph Theory
  • History of Mathematics
  • Mathematical Logic
  • Mathematical Modeling
  • Matrix Algebra
  • Modern Algebra
  • Multivariate Analysis
  • Non-Parametric Statistics
  • Number Theory
  • Projective Geometry
  • Sampling Theory
  • Topology
 
D. Corollary Requirements (in addition to 21 credits from Section II)  
  • General Physics (calculus-based, non-lab; usually 3 credits)
 
Total 60

 

Note: Courses listed in the Area of Study are a guide; other mathematics courses may by appropriate for this option. The following courses are examples of the types of mathematics courses that CANNOT be used in the Mathematics Option: College Algebra, Finite Math, Pre-Calculus, or Trigonometry. These courses are not advanced level mathematics courses.

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