Total Degree Credits: 62.0
MT 181 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry I Credit Hours: 4
MT 182 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry II Credit Hours: 4
MT 283 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry III Credit Hours: 4
MT 284 - Introduction to Differential Equations Credit Hours: 4
EN 110 - College Composition Credit Hours: 3
EN 111 - Composition and Interpretation of Literature Credit Hours: 3
2 Mathematics Electives Credit Hours: 8
2 Sequential Laboratory Sciences Credit Hours: 8-9
2 Social Science Electives Credit Hours: 6
2 English/Humanities Electives Credit Hours: 6
2 Liberal Arts Electives Credit Hours: 6-9
2 Open Electives Credit Hours: 6-9
Note: All degree candidates must complete a minimum of 62 credit hours for graduation. An intended mathematics major who has a need for preparatory work before taking MT 181 should consider taking courses in the summer preceding the first semester.
Student should become aware of the course requirements of the college to which they are transferring. The final selection of courses is to be made after advisement by a faculty adviser of the mathematics department.
Secondary Mathematics Teacher Education degree - Erie Community College has completed or is in the process of completing Dual Admissions/Cooperative Degree programs with Western New York colleges for students wishing to pursue a Secondary Mathematics Teacher Education degree. Because course requirements vary somewhat with each four-year school, it is strongly recommended that prospective students contact the Department Head for Teacher Preparation Programs at (716) 270-5211 to discuss appropriate courses within this associate degree program to insure a seamless transfer to the four year college of choice.
Mathematics Electives: choose from MT 167, MT 191, or MT 292.
Sequential Laboratory Sciences: Lecture-laboratory combination courses count as single courses; i.e., CH 180 and CH 181 count as one unit. A two-semester sequence from Physics, Chemistry, or Biology is required. At least one of the courses must be on the approved list of SUNY General Education Natural Science courses.
Humanities: EN 114, 140, 141, 150, 151, and EN 205 or higher, music (MU), dance (DN), drama-theatre (DT), art (AT), philosophy (PY), French (FR), Sign Language (SL), Spanish (SP). The two courses must be from two SUNY General Education areas among Humanities, the Arts, or Foreign Language.
Social Sciences: One course must be from the SUNY General Education area of Social Sciences. The second course must be from the American History, Western Civilization, or Other World Civilizations SUNY General Education areas.
Liberal Arts Electives: MT 143 and CS 111 are recommended.