Oct 17, 2018  
2018-2019 GCC Catalog 
  
2018-2019 GCC Catalog

CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Mathematics Studies, A.A.


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With this degree, you will be able to transfer to the following majors:

At Central Connecticut State University Mathematics, B.A.
  Mathematics, B.A. - Actuarial Science Specialization
  Mathematics, B.A. - Statistics Specialization
At Eastern Connecticut State University Mathematics, B.A.
At Southern Connecticut State University Mathematics, B.A.
  Mathematics, B.S. - Concentration: Applied
At Western Connecticut State University Mathematics, B.A.
  Mathematics, B.A. - Computer Science Option
At Charter Oak State College General Studies: Mathematics Concentration, B.A.

Here is the recommended course of study for the Mathematics Studies Transfer Degree.  If you are studying part-time, simply follow the order of the courses listed here. Note that not all courses will be available every semester. You will notice that in many instances, you will be able to choose the specific course you will take from within a category.

Contact a campus advisor for any questions:

First Semester


Total Semester Credits: 14


Second Semester


  • MAT* 254 - Calculus I 4 credits
  • Choose one course in Written Communication II 3 credits
  • Choose one course in Scientific Knowledge and Understanding 4 credits (you must choose the second course in the sequence you began in the first semester–choose from: BIO* 122 , CHE* 122 , or PHY* 122  
  • Choose one Unrestricted Elective* 3 credits
  • * You are free to choose any courses at or above the 100-level to complete unrestricted electives, although you may need to use some of these credits to take courses that prepare you for required courses in your degree program. You should also consider using unrestricted electives to meet foreign language requirements at Central, Eastern, and Western Connecticut State Universities or to begin work on completing a minor.  Central Connecticut State University will require that you complete a minor by earning at least 18 credits in one area outside your major field–you must complete at least 9 of those minor credits at Central. You can also complete other General Education requirements for CCSU, SCSU, WCSU, and COSC–but not ECSU.  You are encouraged to meet with your advisor to determine which courses to select.

Total Semester Credits: 14


Third Semester


Begin the transfer application process in your third semester or the semester before you plan to graduate. FAFSA becomes available October 1.

  • CSC* 124 - Programming Logic & Design with Python 3 credits
  • MAT* 256 - Calculus II 4 credits
  • Choose one course in Social Phenomena 3 credits
  • Choose one course in Historial Knowledge and Understanding 3 credits
  • Choose one Unrestricted Elective* 3 credits

    * You are free to choose any courses at or above the 100-level to complete unrestricted electives, although you may need to use some of these credits to take a math course that prepare you for required level of math in your degree program. You should also consider using unrestricted electives to meet foreign language requirements at Central, Eastern, and Western Connecticut State Universities or to begin work on completing a minor.  Central Connecticut State University will require that you complete a minor by earning at least 18 credits in one area outside your major field–you must complete at least 9 of those minor credits at Central. You can also complete other General Education requirements for CCSU, SCSU, WCSU, and COSC–but not ECSU.  You are encouraged to meet with your advisor to determine which courses to select.

Total Semester Credits: 16


Fourth Semester


During your last semester at GCC, don’t forget to apply for graduation!

  • MAT* 268 - Calculus III: Multivariable 4 credits
  • Choose one course in Critical Analysis/Logical Thinking 3 credits
  • Choose one course in Oral Communications 3 credits
  • Choose one course from: MAT* 272  or MAT* 285  
  • Choose one Unrestricted Elective* 3 credits
  • * You are free to choose any courses at or above the 100-level to complete unrestricted electives, although you may need to use some of these credits to take a math course that prepare you for required level of math in your degree program. You should also consider using unrestricted electives to meet foreign language requirements at Central, Eastern, and Western Connecticut State Universities or to begin work on completing a minor.  Central Connecticut State University will require that you complete a minor by earning at least 18 credits in one area outside your major field–you must complete at least 9 of those minor credits at Central. You can also complete other General Education requirements for CCSU, SCSU, WCSU, and COSC–but not ECSU.  You are encouraged to meet with your advisor to determine which courses to select.

Total Semester Credits: 16


Total Program Credits: 60


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