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Fall 2022 - Summer 2023 Academic Catalog 
    
Fall 2022 - Summer 2023 Academic Catalog

Liberal Arts and Sciences/Mathematics and Science A.S. – Mathematics Concentration


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School: Mathematics, Science and Engineering
Academic Dept: Mathematics
HEGIS: 5649
 

Important Note about Program Requirements

The requirements listed below are for students entering into this program from Fall 2022 to Summer 2023. Students who entered the program during a prior semester will find their specific requirements listed in the Catalog under which they entered. Archived Catalogs are accessible through the dropdown menu above.

Program Description


The Liberal Arts & Sciences/Mathematics and Science (LAMS) program leads to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree. The LAMS concentration in Mathematics mirrors the first two years of a four-year mathematics program, with an emphasis in majors-level mathematics and natural sciences. Qualified graduates of this program most often continue their studies at four-year colleges and universities in baccalaureate programs in mathematics or related disciplines.

Program Learning Outcomes


Upon successful completion of this program, a student will:

  1. Demonstrate proficiency in mathematics that indicates readiness for calculus.
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of the scientific process and how it is applied in the natural sciences.
  3. Demonstrate knowledge of foundational concepts in math and/or science necessary for transferring seamlessly into four-year programs in the Mathematics.

Advice for Graduates Transferring to Bachelor’s Programs in Mathematics


The distribution of courses to meet the requirements for the A.S. degree varies depending on the student’s interests, so it is very important that a student review the requirements for the first two years of any colleges to which he or she might transfer. Course selection can then be made with advice from an Academic Counselor or the Liberal Arts Math and Science (LAMS) Curriculum Chair (Chad.Thompson@sunywcc.edu).

Program Map


The academic map below presents the recommended plan of study and will guide you through your program in a timely manner. Click the course abbreviations for full course descriptions. A course may be critical because it is a pre-requisite, requires a minimum grade, or because it is only offered once a year. Missing a critical course may push back your graduation date. Meet with an Academic Counselor or Faculty Advisor to ensure you are on track to complete your program.

Critical Courses should be taken in the order shown to stay on track and graduate on time.

 

 Semester 1

Course
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Critical Course Pre-reqs or Co-reqs Credits Notes
ENG 101   3  
MATH 181        4  
Social Sciences Gen Ed Elective       3  
 Free Electives     4  
Semester Total Credits     14  

Semester 2

Course
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Critical Course Pre-reqs or Co-reqs Credits Notes
ENG 102   3  
MATH 191   4  
The Arts, Foreign Language, or Other World Civilizations Gen Ed Elective       3  
Free Electives     4  
Semester Total Credits     14  

Semester 3

Course
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Critical Course Pre-reqs or Co-reqs Credits Notes
MATH 230   4  
CHEM 107  or PHYSC 121   5
MATH 215   4  
American History or Western Civilization Gen Ed Elective       3  
Semester Total Credits     16  

Notes:

✹ Must take either the Chem OR Physics sequence.  BOTH are not required and mixing/matching are not permitted.

Semester 4

Course
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Critical Course Pre-reqs or Co-reqs Credits Notes
MATH 240   4  
CHEM 111  or PHYSC 122   5
MATH 250   3  
COMSC 101   4  
Semester Total Credits     16  

Notes:

✹ Must take either the Chem OR Physics sequence.  BOTH are not required and mixing/matching are not permitted.

 

Minimum Total Credits: 60

Transfer Opportunities


Westchester Community College is committed to facilitating a smooth transfer process to ensure that graduates of the college are prepared to transfer with junior status, and are able to complete a bachelor’s degree within two years of full-time study upon transfer. View 4-year institutions’ transfer agreement information by program here.

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