Mathematics: Transfer Pathway, A.A.

The Mathematics Transfer Pathway A.A. 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 7 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.

Minneapolis College’s innovative math program encourages exploration and serves a diverse population. If you plan to continue math studies at a Minnesota State 4-year college or university or need refresher courses to prepare you for other majors, the math program offers extensive support at all math levels.

*This transfer pathway in Associate of Arts in Mathematics will transfer to the following majors:

  • Bemidji State University: Mathematics, B.S.
  • Metropolitan State University: Industrial and Applied Mathematics, B.S.
  • Minnesota State University, Mankato: Mathematics, B.S.
  • Minnesota State University, Moorhead: Mathematics, B.A. or Mathematics, B.S.
  • Southwest Minnesota State University: Mathematics, B.A.
  • St. Cloud State University: Mathematics, B.A.
  • Winona State University: Mathematics, B.A.

Mathematics, A.S.

Minneapolis College’s innovative math program encourages exploration and serves a diverse population. If you plan to continue math studies at a 4-year college or university or need refresher courses to prepare you for other majors, the math program offers extensive support at all math levels.

Highlights

  • The Minneapolis College Math Department encourages exploration and evaluation of innovative approaches to teaching mathematics.
  • The Math Club at Minneapolis College provides an engaging environment to further your interest in mathematical problem solving and mathematical theory.
  • The College's Math Department encourages you to participate in the Student Mathematics League (SML) competition. The SML consists of more than 165 colleges in more than 35 states involving over eight thousand community college math students.
  • The College offers mini-sessions and tutors to help you with coursework.

Award Requirements and Course Descriptions & Outlines

Please select the award below to view the degree options and requirements in the college catalog.

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Formulate mathematical models and apply appropriate mathematical tools to solve problems including those in social contexts.
  2. Demonstrate a basic understanding of mathematical reasoning and logical deduction as tools for solving problems encountered in everyday life
  3. Apply mathematical thinking (logic, analysis, creativity) or statistical methods to various fields.
  4. Effectively communicate the processes and results in the solving of a mathematical problem.
  5. Use a variety of approaches (i.e., symbolic, graphical, numerical) to solve mathematical problems.