Online Degrees & Certificates
AS in Mathematics
Mathematics and related subjects play important dual roles in our culture. On the one hand, mathematics is a study in its own right; on the other hand it is an indispensable tool for expressing and understanding ideas in the sciences, engineering, and an increasing number of other fields.
Learn more about the program on the Mathematics website.
Program Learning Outcomes
The student will be able to clearly communicate mathematical ideas through graphs, tables of data, equations and verbal descriptions.
The student will be able to construct appropriate mathematical models of natural phenomena, develop those models with appropriate mathematical techniques and interpret results of those models.
Employment opportunities for persons with training in mathematics have been expanding in recent years. The courses offered are designed to develop the skills and competencies that not only support the skill areas needed in engineering, physical and biological sciences, but also satisfy the necessary course requirements for the first two years of a bachelor degree program.
AS = Associate in Science Degree
Online Courses for Mathematics
The courses listed BELOW are offered as online courses at least once every two years. Please see the Class Schedule for verification.
- For a complete listing of online courses offered during the current quarter, visit Online Course Information.
- If you need any additional degree information or confirmation, please contact the Counseling Division.
NOTE: Students having difficulty attaining an associate degree because of timing or availability of classes should consult with a counselor to submit a petition for course substitution.
Optional Recommended Courses
Associate Degree Requirements
|English Proficiency: Select one of the following
|Composition & Reading
|Honors Composition & Reading
|Advanced Composition & Reading
|College-level math course at or above the level of Intermediate Algebra
A minimum of 90 units is required* to include:
Completion of one of the following general education patterns: Foothill General Education, CSU General Education Breadth Requirements or the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC)
Core courses (44-49 units)
*Additional elective course work may be necessary to meet the 90-unit minimum requirement for the associate degree.
Note: All courses pertaining to the major must be taken for a letter grade. In addition, a grade of "C" or better is required for all core courses used for the degree.
Core and Support Courses
|or C S 18
|And two courses from one of the four following options (9-12 Units):
|Options 2 & 3
|Fully online asynchronous "W" courses are not available for Option 2 and Option 3
|C S 1A
|Object-Oriented Programming Methodologies in Java
|C S 1B
|Intermediate Software Design in Java
|C S 1C
|Advanced Data Structures & Algorithms in Java
|C S 2A
|Object-Oriented Programming Methodologies in C++
|C S 2B
|Intermediate Software Design in C++
|C S 2C
|Advanced Data Structures & Algorithms in C++
|C S 3A
|Object-Oriented Programming Methodologies in Python
|C S 3B
|Intermediate Software Design in Python
|C S 3C
|Advanced Data Structures & Algorithms in Python
Note that this is a list of fully online courses that satisfy degree requirements.
For a complete list of degree requirements, please visit Mathematics 2023-2024 Degree & Certificates.
Based on the 2023 - 2024 degree program.