The Mathematics Department provides math instruction that enables and empowers students
of varying mathematical needs in a supportive environment through the use of up-to-date
methodologies and curriculum. Every effort is made to improve our students' mathematical
literacy to ensure success in their future coursework, careers, and life.
The curriculum is a broad range of courses that:
- Build a solid mathematical foundation for students of all ages and skill levels;
- Develop the students' analytical, problem solving, and critical thinking skills; and
- Provide students with the mathematical skills necessary for successful transfer to four-year institutions.
Our departmental student learning outcomes (DSLOs) are:
- Students will be able to apply mathematical concepts and reasoning skills to model and solve real world problems.
- Students will be able to communicate mathematically.
- Students will be able to formulate conclusions and judge the reasonableness of the conclusions by analyzing and interpreting data in a variety of forms including equations, tables and graphs.
- Students will be able to use a variety of approaches such as pattern recognition, modeling, logical reasoning, and estimation to solve mathematical problems and judge the reasonableness of their results.
- Students will be able to use appropriate technology to enhance their mathematical thinking and understanding
For further information contact:
Linda Dart-Kathios, Mathematics Department Chairperson