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Mathematics, AS with Designation

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Additional information available on the Mathematics Department website.

Recommended basic skills courses are

An understanding of mathematics is necessary for the study of many disciplines such as psychology, business, biology, computer science, engineering, physics, chemistry, and statistics. Students should consult with advisors to ensure that they study the proper curriculum for their respective discipline.

Students may follow the degree with designation in Mathematics or transfer guide in Mathematics to a particular four-year college/university. Consult your Faculty Advisor to assist you in determining the best pathway for you.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Mathematics degree program, students should be able to:

  • Explain information presented in mathematical forms (e.g., equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, words)
  • Convert information into and between various mathematical forms (e.g., equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, words)
  • Select or develop elements of the methodology or theoretical framework to solve problems
  • Examine evidence to identify patterns, differences, similarities, limitations, and/or implications related to the focus
  • Utilize multiple representations to interpret the data
  • State a conclusion based on findings

Full list of requirements can be found at Associate of Science Degrees, AS .

Written Communication

Six (6) credit hours


Five (5) credit hours


Three (3) credit hours.

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Six (6) credit hours.

Natural and Physical Sciences

Ten (10) credit hours

Additional Required Courses

Sixteen-seventeen (16-17) credit hours

Please note: if these credits are not required for the major at a receiving four-year institution, they will be applied to the bachelor’s degree as elective credit towards graduation. Please check with the receiving institution to determine in which way these courses will be applied.

CSU-Ft Collins requires a different computer science course than the community college course. Students should seek advising at CSU-Ft Collins for information on the appropriate computer science course to take.


Four-five (4-5) credit hours selected from the AS approved course list can be found at Approved Elective Course List for AS Degrees .

Total Credit Hours: 60

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