Math Faculty

We have approximately 20 full-time faculty and 60 part-time faculty.  For email addresses please visit our Math Faculty List.

Placement, Courses, and Degrees

Here is a 3-minute video that explains our placement policy that is compliant with Assembly Bill 705 (AB705).  https://youtu.be/eCGTK1f-V1o

Please see the links to the right for more information about placement, courses, and degrees.  The Sequence of Classes for the AS and AS-T degrees is a just a sample schedule for two years at COC as a mathematics major.  

New Math Support Classes (Noncredit; Fall 2020)

The School of Personal and Professional Learning is offering three Certificates of Competency related to mathematics skills.  

  1. Essential Arithmetic Skills:  Whole Numbers, Fractions and Mixed Numbers, Decimal Numbers
  2. Essential Pre-Algebra Skills:  Percentages, Rates and Proportions, Signed Numbers
  3. Essential Algebra Skills:  Algebraic Expressions, Graphs and Lines

Within the online schedule of classes select "Noncredit - Mathematics."  These courses are numbered from NC.MATH-001 to NC.MATH-008.  These are online and become available on 8/31/2020.

Relatively New Math Courses (Credit; Fall 2019)

In Fall 2019 our department began offering a new course titled Liberal Arts Math (Math 100).  See the link to the right for the Math 100 book.  We also created support classes (Math 90, 92, and 93) to go along with Statistics (Math 140), Trignometry (Math 102), and College Algebra (Math 103) due to AB705 requirements for placing students into transfer level math courses.  

Math Consortium

Information about the Math Consortium is available through one of our faculty member's webpage. 


 For more information about the Mathematics Department, please contact the Math Department Chair