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Faculty

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

Degrees

The sequence of classes for the AS and AST degrees is a sample schedule for two years at COC as a mathematics major. 

Placement

This three-minute placement video introduces our new placement policy once AB 705 (Assembly Bill 705) was implemented a few years back.  For additional placement information, please visit the following webpages:

Courses

Newer Courses - For Credit

Beginning Fall 2019, our department began offering placement into transfer-level courses.  Effective Fall 2021, Trigonometry with support is named Math 102X.   

  • Liberal Arts Mathematics (Math 100)  
  • Statistics with support (Math 140X)
  • Trigonometry with support (Math 102X)
  • College Algebra with support (Math 103X) 

Noncredit Mathematics classes

These courses are a great way to support you while enrolled in credit mathematics classes.

The School of Personal and Professional Learning offers three Certificates of Competency related to mathematics skills

You may go in any order for these classes; pick what you need.  These are free 100% online classes that take about 6 to 10 hours each to complete.  You will receive instructor feedback, and they are graded on a Pass/No Pass basis.  There is no transcript notation.

  1. Essential Arithmetic Skills 
    NC.MATH-001:  Whole Numbers
    NC.MATH-002: Fractions and Mixed Numbers
    NC.MATH-003: Decimal Numbers 
  2. Essential Pre-Algebra Skills
    NC.MATH-004:   Percentages
    NC.MATH-005: Rates and Proportions
    NC.MATH-006: Signed Numbers 
  3. Essential Algebra Skills
    NC.MATH-007: Algebraic Expressions
    NC.MATH-008: Graphs and Lines 

 


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