Mathematics

sym“The science of numbers and their operations, interrelations, combinations, generalizations, and abstractions and of space configurations and their structure, measurement, transformations, and generalizations.”

– Merriam–Webster

Today’s world has many fields that need specialists in mathematics. The College of Alameda Department of Mathematics offers a variety of courses intended for those who want to pursue a degree or certificate in mathematics as well as those who wish to develop quantitative and problem-solving skills for use in other fields.

At CoA we enforce our motto of education anytime anywhere by offering a wide range of Math classes designed to fit around anyone’s busy schedules. We offer day, evening, online, short term, late start and weekend college classes. We offer our students on-campus resources such as one-on-one tutoring through our Tutorial Center, drop-in tutoring in our campus Math Lab, and access to Math software that complement our required material in the classroom.

Our Math faculty is dedicated to the success of our students. We work hard to provide our students with a positive atmosphere that is conducive to learning.

Why Study Mathematics?
Today’s world has many fields that need specialists in mathematics. Careers in mathematics include: scientists, researchers, space technicians, mathematics teachers, actuaries and insurance specialists, and people who can combine mathematical knowledge with a scientific, computer, or business background.

At College of Alameda we offer you a variety of courses intended for those who want to pursue a degree or certificate in mathematics as well as those who wish to develop quantitative and problem-solving skills for use in other fields. We teach according to the motto: Education anytime anywhere by offering a wide range of Math classes designed to fit around anyone’s busy schedules.

The faculty and staff in mathematics at College of Alameda are dedicated to working hard with you— helping you succeed in a positive atmosphere that is conducive to your learning math in the most enjoyable and competent manner possible.

 

 

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

  • Use quantitative reasoning to solve everyday mathematical problems in the workplace and in the home.
  • Read, write, and critique technical writings and analytical arguments.
  • Convey and interpret information through visual representations.

     

     

    Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) may be assessed using:

  • Surveys
  • Questionnaires
  • Review of collected data
  • Other methods