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Mathematics AA Pathway

  • BR
  • DM
    Dale Mabry
  • PC
    Plant City
  • SS
  • YC
    Ybor City
AA.MATH (60 Credit Hours) | Part of the Math and Science Subject

The HCC Mathematics Associate in Arts degree pathway is for students who wish to pursue a bachelor's degree at a university in mathematics or a related field. The goal of the mathematics associates degree is to enhance students’ competence in the dynamic disciplines of mathematics and statistics, and includes coursework in college algebra, trigonometry and calculus I, II & III.

Courses offered by the mathematics department promote the ability to reason quantitatively in a variety of ways. Many university programs require the completion of specific courses prior to acceptance. It is the student's responsibility to contact the institution to ensure transferability.

Please note only 60 of these credits are needed for AA degree completion. For each pathway, IDS 2891 is a degree requirement, and for most of the pathways, SLS 1106 is required for first-time-in-college students. CGS 2100 may be able to be tested out for no credit. Consult an academic advisor with questions related to pathways and course planning.

AA.MATH (60 credit hours)

This pathway is for students who want to pursue a four-year degree in Mathematics.

YEAR I – First Semester

†AMH 2020 Modern American History
†POS 2041, American Government - 3 cr.

†ENC 1101 English Composition I - 3 cr.
*†MAC 1140 Pre-Calculus Algebra - 3 cr.
†SLS 1106 First Year Experience Orientation - 3 cr.
†SPC 1608 Public Speaking - 3 cr.

YEAR I – Second Semester

†ENC 1102 English Composition II - 3 cr.
†MAC 1114 Trigonometry - 3 cr.
*Physical Science General Education - 3-4 cr.
†Humanities General Education CORE - 3 cr.

YEAR I – Third Semester

†CGS 2100 Computer Information Technology and Literacy - 3 cr.
**†MAC 2311 Calculus and Analytical Geometry I - 5 cr.
**Biological Science General Education - 3-4 cr.

YEAR II – First Semester

*†‡COP 1000 Programming Logic - 3 cr.
*†MAC 2312 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II - 5 cr.
†Behavioral Science General Education CORE - 3 cr.
Humanities General Education - 3 cr.

YEAR II – Second Semester

†IDS 2891 Connections - 1 cr.

*†MAC 2313 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III - 5 cr.

*†MAP 2302 Differential Equations - 3 cr.

Behavioral Science/History/Economics CORE - 3 cr.

Elective - 3 cr.

Common Course Prerequisites recommended by the State for successful transfer to the university are marked by an asterisk (*).

†Courses symbolized by a dagger (†) are offered online in addition to the traditional delivery method. Online availability may vary by academic term.

‡COP 1000 requires CGS 1000 as a prerequisite. If CGS 1000 is completed, it will satisfy the computer proficiency requirement; therefore, the student will not need to take CGS 2100 in addition to CGS 1000.

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