The Associate of Science degree with a concentration in Mathematics prepares students for further study toward careers in fields such as education, actuarial science and statistics as well as careers in numerous other fields of science and engineering. Based on the student’s placement level and high school background, the student may place out of MATH 1414, College Algebra, and MATH 2412, Precalculus.
St. Philip’s College has 2+2 articulation agreements with area colleges and universities. Students following these degree plans should consult with an advisor for guidance.
Degree Requirements (Total Credit Hours 62)
Communication (10) Core – 2 courses (6 credit hours)