Associate of Science Degree

The degree in Mathematics prepares students for bachelor programs in mathematics or a related field. The program can be applied to almost any career such as statistical analysis, research, computer science, engineering, economics and education. Students should be familiar with the admission requirements of the university they plan to attend.

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Degree Requirements - Minimum of 60 Credit Hours Print Requirements

General Education Core       (36 hours)
Area I.    (Communications       (9 hours)

ENG111 Freshman Composition I 3 credits
ENG115 Freshman Composition II 3 credits
SPCH111 Public Speaking 3 credits
Area II. Mathematics        (4 hours)
MATH180College Algebra 4 credits
Area III.     Laboratory Science        (8 hours)
Area IV.    Humanities and Fine Arts        (6 hours)
Area V.     Social and Behavioral Sciences        (9 hours)
Program Requirements       (20 hours)
MATH130Statistics 3 credits
MATH190Trigonometry 4 credits
MATH195Calculus I 4 credits
MATH212Calculus II 4 credits
MATH213Calculus III 4 credits
STEM250STEM Capstone 1 credit
Program Electives       (4 hours)
MATH116Intermediate Algebra 4 credits
MATH215Linear Algebra 4 credits
MATH220Differential Equations 4 credits

***Students may select other elective courses from STEM Department with faculty approval.

Program Resources

Program Director: Francisco Apodaca
Phone: (505)-454-2510
Email: fapodaca@luna.edu
Program Advisor: Rita Surdi
Phone: (505)-454-2587
Email: rsurdi@luna.edu

Student Success Center Personnel

Director: Renee Maestas
Phone: (505)454-5355
Email: rmaestas@luna.edu
Advisor: Janice Medrano
Phone: (505)454-2546
Email: jmedrano@luna.edu

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