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Mathematics AS

Transfer Degree Description

Does a difficult math problem excite you? Do you view complex equations as fun challenges? From the stock market to space travel to computer programming, math is a driving force in our economy and in our world. A Mathematics program will give you the knowledge and skills to advance your talent with numbers and pursue professional opportunities in many fields, including business, science, engineering and technology.

An associate program in Mathematics can be a building block toward a sought-after career as an economist, accountant, physicist, or software engineer. This degree is transferable to universities offering a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics.

Students should work closely with their advisor and contact their transfer institution choices for more specific transfer information.


Degree Pathway

Year One

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

ENG 121
MAT 201
PHY 211
HIS

English Composition I
Calculus I
Calculus Based Physics I
Social/Behavioral Science (History)

3
5
5
3

 

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ENG 122
MAT 202
PHY 212

Social/Behavioral Science
English Composition II
Calculus II
Calculus Based Physics II

 

3
3
5
5

 

Year Two

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

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MAT 203
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Elective
Calculus III
Arts and Humanities
Social/Behavioral Science

3
4
3
3

 

CSC 160
COM 115
    or COM 125
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Computer Science I
Public Speaking
    or Interpersonal Communications
Arts and Humanities
Elective

 

3
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3
6
3

 

Transfer Degree ADVISING SHEET

 

CSU-Ft Collins requires a different computer science course than the community college course. Students should seek advising at CSU-Ft Collins for information on the appropriate computer science course to take.

 

*If a student should need to take remedial and/or pre-requisite courses they are not included in this degree plan.

*Some courses may not be offered at Otero but available with CCCOnline.

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