Nov 15, 2019  
2019-2020 Course Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Course Catalog

Mathematics Transfer Pathway, AA


Return to {$returnto_text} Return to: Programs (Department)

Go to Program Webpage

Total Credits: 60

Major Number: 5917
CIP Code: 24.0101

Program Description

The Mathematics Transfer Pathway AA offers students a powerful option: the opportunity to complete an Associate of Arts degree with course credits that directly transfer to designated Mathematics bachelor’s degree programs at Minnesota State universities. The curriculum has been specifically designed so that students completing this pathway degree and transferring to one of the seven Minnesota State universities enter the university with junior-year status. All courses in the Transfer Pathway associate degree will directly transfer and apply to the designated bachelor’s degree programs in a related field.

Minnesota State universities include:  Bemidji State University; Metropolitan State University; Minnesota State University, Mankato; Minnesota State University Moorhead; Southwest Minnesota State University; St. Cloud State University; and Winona State University.

Program Prerequisites

None

Special Instructions

Students planning to transfer to a university outside of the Minnesota State system are advised to consult with their intended transfer institution as early as possible to determine transferability of the courses in this Transfer Pathway degree.

Program Requirements


Total Credits: 10


MnTC/General Education Requirements


Goal 1: Communication


Total Credits: 10

Goal 2: Critical Thinking


Fulfilled when all MnTC goals for this degree are complete.

Goal 3: Natural Sciences


Minimum of 7 credits. Two courses from two different disciplines with at least one traditional lab course.

Total Credits: 7

Goal 4: Math/Logical Reasoning


Total Credits: 10

Goal 5: History/Social/Behavioral Sciences


Minimum of 9 credits. Three courses from three different disciplines.

Total Credits: 9

Goal 6: Humanities/Fine Arts


Minimum of 9 credits. Three courses, at least ONE of which must be a literature course, from three different disciplines.

Total Credits: 9

Goals 7-10: Theme Goals


Three credits in each of four Goal areas selected from Goals 7, 8, 9 and 10 are required.  Many courses from Goals 1-6 also meet Goals 7-10. One course may fulfill a maximum of two Goals. Credits count only once.

Goal 7: Human Diversity

Goal 8: Global Perspectives

Goal 9: Ethical and Civic Responsibility

Goal 10: People and the Environment

Total Credits: 45


MnTC Elective Requirements


None

Additional Elective Requirements


Total Credits: 1


Additional Requirements


Physical Education/Health
Select 2 credits in PE/HLTH. At least one of which must be an activity course in PE.

  • PE Activity Course (any course PE 1004-PE 2098) Credits: 1
  • PE/HLTH Physical Education/Health (any course PE 1004-PE 2098; HLTH 1001-HLTH 1075 if needed)

Total Credits: 2


Student Success


Total Credits: 2


Program Information


General Requirements for Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates

See Century College Policy 3.17.0.1

Program Note

The pathway will be most effective if students can identify the four-year institution where they will complete their degree.  Electives and MnTC courses should be selected to meet the specific program requirements of the institution where the student will earn their final degree. For example, some degree programs require a computer programming course or a calculus-based physics course, and some require a minor in specific areas in addition to the major degree.

Transfer, Articulation Agreements, and Partnerships

This transfer pathway degree is designed to transfer to the following Minnesota State university designated baccalaureate degree majors. This information is subject to change. Refer to the Century College program webpage, transfer university websites, and Transferology for current information. Contact your Century academic advisor/counselor for more details and assistance.
 

Bemidji State University:

  • Mathematics, BS

    Minimum transfer GPA of 2.0

    Minimum GPA of 2.25 for admission to the major.

    Students are encouraged to take and transfer in Differential Equations.

 

Metropolitan State University:

  • Industrial and Applied Mathematics, BS

    Minimum transfer GPA of 2.0

    Minimum GPA of 2.5 in Mathematics Courses.

    Students are encouraged to take and transfer in Statistics I, Physics I with Calculus, or Computer Programming I.

 

Minnesota State University, Mankato:

  • Mathematics, BS
  • Minimum transfer GPA of 2.0

    Minimum 2.5 GPA in Mathematics Courses.

    A minor is required.  Students are encouraged to take at least one course that applies to their minor. A list of minors and their requirements are listed in the Minnesota State University’s Mankato’s catalog.  Any minor may be chosen.

 

Minnesota State University, Moorhead:

  • Mathematics, BS
  • Mathematics, BA

    Minimum transfer GPA of 2.0

    A Computer Programming course is required.

 

Southwest Minnesota State University:

  • Mathematics, BA
  • Applied Computational Mathematics, BS
  • Mathematics Education, BS
    Minimum transfer GPA of 2.0

 

St. Cloud State University:

  • Mathematics, BA

    Minimum transfer GPA of 2.0

    Minimum GPA of 2.4 in all major courses.

    A computer programming course and a minor in specific areas are required. A list of acceptable minors can be found in the University Catalog. Students are encouraged to take at least one course that applies to their minor.

 

Winona State University:

  • Mathematics, BA
  • Minimum transfer GPA of 2.0

    Grade of “B” or higher in Calculus I and II.

    Students are encouraged to take and transfer in the following courses:

    Linear Algebra 

    A math or computer science based introduction to discrete mathematical structures with applications

    First course in statistics.

    A minor is required so progress towards the minor should begin at the college level.

Program Learning Outcomes

At the end of this program students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate both a conceptual and operational understanding of Calculus of one and multiple variables.
  2. Assess and interpret complex situations, choose among several potentially appropriate mathematical methods of solution, and present solutions that include appropriate justification for their reasoning.
  3. Communicate and interact effectively with precision and clarity.
  4. Appreciate the dynamic role of mathematics in science, technology, and throughout history.
  5. Demonstrate proficiency in utilizing multiple approaches of solution to problems including analytical, numerical, and graphical solution methods.

Program Contact Information

Beth Hentges 651.779.3377 Room 3322 West

Sample Plan


Please note that this is a sample course sequence. Individual schedules will vary depending upon student needs, goals, and availability. Students are recommended to meet with their advisor, counselor, or faculty program instructors to create an individualized plan that includes prerequisites and application requirements. For detailed program information see the Century College website. This information is subject to change.

Total Credits: 15

Semester 2


Total Credits: 15

Semester 3


Total Credits: 15

Total Credits: 15

Note


This information is subject to change. Changes and updates are posted on century.edu

Century College is a member of the Minnesota State system. We are an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and educator. This document can be available in alternative formats to individuals with disabilities by calling 651.779.3354 or 1.800.228.1978 x 3354.

Return to {$returnto_text} Return to: Programs (Department)