Mathematics - AS (0604)

Division: Mathematics, Engineering Technologies and Computer Sciences (METCS) Division

General Education Requirements (30 Credits)
Written & Oral Communication (6)
ENG 101College Composition I3
ENG 102College Composition II3
Quantitative/Scientific Knowledge, Skills & Reasoning (12)
MTH 121Calc with Analytic Geom I4
PHY 103General Physics I4
PHY 104General Physics II4
Society & Human Behavior (6)
ECO 101 or ECO 1023
Select one of the following:3
ANT 101, ANT 105, ECO 101, ECO 102, POL 104, PSY 101,
PSY 102, PSY 219, SOC 101, SOC 108, SOC 219
Humanistic Perspective (3)
Select any English Literature course OR3
Select one of the following courses:
ART 100, ART 101, ART 102, CIN 101, CIN 103, FRN 101, FRN 102, MUS 100, MUS 109, MUS 117, SPN 101, SPN 102
Historical Perspective (3)
Select any History (HST) course3
Major Requirements (16 Credits)
MTH 122Calc with Analytic Geom II4
Major Electives12
Additional Course Requirements (14 Credits)
ENG 105Technical Writing3
MTH 221Calc with Analytic Geom III4
MTH 222Differential Equations4
CSC 100Fundamental of Computer Scienc3
or CSC 137 Intro. to Programming in Java
Total Credits60
  • If you do not place into MTH 121 Calc with Analytic Geom I the prerequisites are MTH 100 Intro. to College MathematicsMTH 119 Pre-Calculus I and MTH 120 Pre-Calculus II. Math Placement is determined by the Mathematics Department. These courses should be taken in high school or the summer before your first semester at ECC. 
  • Major Electives are four 3-credit courses which are to be selected in consultation with a faculty advisor in the Division of METCS.


  1. For an explanation of why General Education courses are included in this Program, please refer to the Section on General Education for an explanation of its Purpose and Requirements. 
  2. This plan assumes the student is eligible to enroll in College Level Courses (designated as 100 +, e.g., ENG 101 College Composition I, HST 101 World Civilization I, MTH 100 Intro. to College Mathematics).  Placement results will determine College Level Readiness in English and Mathematics.