College of Arts and Sciences

The associate of arts degree program is a two year degree which helps you prepare for a bachelor of science degree in mathematics or related technical areas. To earn the A.A. degree with a major in mathematics, you must fulfill the requirements of IPFW, the School of Arts and Sciences, and the Department of Mathematical Sciences. Of the mathematics courses numbered below 261, only 165, 166, and 175 apply toward the degree; statistics courses must be numbered 490 or higher to be counted. You must have a grade-point average of C or better with at most one D in courses used to fulfill the concentration.

Foundation Skills
Credits Course

3

ENG W131

8

two-course sequence in one foreign language

3

COM 114

14

Total

Distribution requirements
Credits Course

6

approved Gen Ed Area II courses

6

approved Gen Ed Area III courses

6

approved Gen Ed Area IV courses

18

Total

Concentration
Credits Course

8

MA 165-166 Integrated Calculus and Analytic Geometry I, II

3

MA 175 Discrete Mathematics

4

MA 263 Multivariate and Vector Calculus

3

One of the following:

 

MA 305 Foundations of Higher Mathematics

 

MA 351 Elementary Linear Algebra

18

Total

Electives
Credits Course

10

additional approved electives

60

Grand Total

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