Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC)

Community College of Allegheny County

Online course search, schedule and registration

Discontinued Program Fall 2012 Mathematics

CCAC is not accepting students into Mathematics (043). This program is discontinued effective spring 2013. Students currently enrolled and declared mathematics (043) majors will have the opportunity to complete the requirements and graduate with an Associate of Arts degree.

ALLEGHENY, BOYCE, NORTH, SOUTH
Associate of Arts (043)

A program that prepares the student for transfer to a four-year institution with a broad college background and skill and knowledge in mathematics.

Graduates may earn a bachelor's degree in Mathematics.

See the Graduation Checksheet for this program in printable PDF form.

Degree Requirements

Minimum Credits to Graduate: 60–65

First Semester

Course #Course Name

Credits

ENG-101

English Composition 1

3

MAT-201

Calculus 1

4

 

Computer Information Technology Elective        

34

                

General Elective

3

                

History/Political Science Elective

3

                

Total Credits 

16–17

Second Semester

ENG-102

English Composition 2

3

MAT-202

Calculus 2

4

                

History/Political Science Elective

3

               

Humanities Elective1

34

                

Total Credits 

13–14

Third Semester

MAT-250

Calculus 3

4

SPH-101

Oral Communication

3

  

English Elective

3

                

Humanities Elective1

3

                

Social Science Elective

3

                

Total Credits

16

Fourth Semester

  

English Elective

3

  

Mathematics Elective2

34

                

Science Elective3

68

                

Social Science Elective

3

                

Total Credits

15–18

1Intermediate foreign language skills are recommended prior to transfer. Check the language requirements of the transfer school.

2Mathematics elective must be a college level course. Refer to the mathematics course descriptions in the CCAC academic catalog for mathematics courses appropriate to specific program areas.

3PHY-221 and PHY-222 Physics for Science and Engineering 1 and 2 are recommended.

Back to top