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Math, A.A.

Calculate Mathematics Skills Designed for Transfer

DCC's Mathematics A.A. offers great preparation for transfer to a 4-year college or university. It’s an affordable way to build college credits that you can apply toward a bachelor’s degree in fields like biology, chemistry, environmental science and conservation, geology, education or physics.


Credits in core courses and electives you choose


Years of full-time study for most students (earning college credits in high school can save time)


Preparation for a variety of 4-year colleges and universities

What You'll Study as a Math Student

Most Math A.A. graduates transfer to bachelor’s degree programs. From there, some go on to graduate or professional school. Others enter career fields like science, engineering, education and more.

Our curriculum lets you plan your own path. Start by taking core courses. Next, choose from a range of science and elective courses tailored to your transfer interests. Customize the program to match your goals.


Sample Courses

MAT 221: Calculus I
Calculus for engineering, math or science majors, including derivatives and computer applications

MAT 230: Probability & Statistics
Intro to probability theory for math students, including random variables and probability distributions

MAT 224: Differential Equations
Intro to theory, solution and estimation of first & second order differential equations 

Where Do Math Grads Go?

PJ Darcy

Inside the Classroom: PJ Darcy

DCC faculty member PJ Darcy focuses on teaching math concepts that will develop new ways of thinking for students.

In-Demand Skills

As a math student, you'll develop flexible skills fit for diverse education and career paths. You'll be prepared for jobs that require evaluating evidence, testing ideas, and solving problems.

You'll graduate ready to:

  • Present information clearly
  • Write persuasively
  • Apply the scientific method—hypothesis, test, conclusion
  • Interpret numerical and graphical info
  • Use technology tools
  • Consider evidence and propose solutions