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Mathematics - Associate of Science

Program Details

The Associate of Science in Mathematics degree offered by Front Range Community College is a program of study that falls under the specialized Associate of Science degree that community colleges in Colorado are allowed to offer as approved transfer degrees to universities and other colleges in Colorado. The official documents and diplomas associated with graduating from this program will not only indicate the awarding of an Associate of Science degree, but also the specific emphasis in mathematics.

Individuals who wish to pursue further studies in Mathematics, Physics, or other related subject areas should be prepared by this program to meet the needs and challenges of a bachelor’s level program of study. Students will meet with faculty advisors to compile a schedule and overall course of study that aims to best fit their personal interests, as well as professional and educational needs.

This program requires students to complete 60 credit hours of courses in order to earn this degree. Students may gain important competencies in a wide variety of subject matters and hone their critical thinking skills and analysis. Students must take 23-25 credit hours of courses in the following subject areas: English, Mathematics, Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, and Natural or Physical Sciences. Students take 24-25 credit hours of courses in Mathematics and Science: Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III or Calculus III with Engineering Applications, and both Physics: Algebra-Based with Lab I and II. Students should choose the remaining electives according to their personal interests and career goals.


Must hold a high school diploma or GED.

Accreditation & Licensing

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission