Associate of Science  63 credits minimum
Mathematics Department
Taylorsville Redwood Campus, SI 220
General Information, (801) 9574073
Program Information, (801) 9574267
www.slcc.edu/math
Academic and Career Advising
Academic Advising, SI 209, (801) 9574858
Program Faculty:
Professor  John Close, Kathy Eppler, Celestina Punzalan
Associate Professor  Joseph Gallegos, Mark Glines, Shawna Haider, Carla Kulinsky, Dale Nelson, Zeph Smith, Cindy Soderstrom, Shane Tang , Ruth Trygstad, Candace Wignall, James Woodall
Assistant Professors  Spencer Bartholomew, Garth Butcher, Kyle Costello, Brenda Gardner, Charles Hemming, J Terry Kidd Alia Maw, Ron McKay, Cesar Melo, Robert Morelli, , Michael Oremus, Suzanne Mozdy, Laurie Paxton, Todd Riggs, Brenda Santistevan
Instructor  Kristin Cartwright, John Schweitzer, Sadie Thomas
Program Description: An Associate of Science degree can be earned through the study of Mathematics. It requires a minimum of 63 credit hours of coursework, including 22 hours of mathematics courses and 8 hours of physics courses. All classes are transferable to other schools in the state system of higher education and most other universities and colleges. These courses will prepare a student for completion of a mathematics or mathematics education degree at a four year institution. Students in this program also complete General Education requirements.
Transfer/Articulation Information: Requirements at fouryear colleges and universities are subject to change; ongoing planning is essential. Admission into a major program at a transfer institution depends upon the receiving institution’s requirements for that major. Some major programs are restricted and require special application as well as a competitive GPA. See an Academic Advisor at both SLCC and the intended receiving institution for specific articulation information.
Estimated Time to Completion: If students follow the suggested semester schedule, time to completion is four semesters.
Program Student Learning Outcomes 
Related CollegeWide Student Learning Outcomes 

1  Acquire substantive knowledge
2  Communicate effectively
3  Develop quantitative literacies
4  Think critically & creatively
5  Become a community engaged learner
6  Work in professional & constructive manner
7  Develop computer & information literacy 
1.a. Acquire substantive knowledge of mathematical concepts in calculus, linear algebra, differential equations and calculus based physics.
b. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of a Computer Algebra System for problemsolving and application of mathematical principles.
c. Preparation for further study in mathematics or a related discipline at a fouryear college or university. 
1  Substantive Knowledge 
2.a. Organize, present and explain, both orally and in writing, solutions to mathematics problems.
b. Communicate well in a group. 
2  Communicate Effectively 
3.a. Obtain and interpret information represented by solutions and graphs.
b. Use appropriate mathematical techniques and concepts to analyze data.
c. Model and predict outcomes for physical situations with mathematical equations. 
3  Develop Quantitative Literacy 
4.a. Demonstrate effective problem solving.
b. Critically analyze mathematical problems and solutions for validity/credibility.
c. Make connections across disciplines with mathematical models from physics, engineering, economics, medicine etc. 
4  Think Critically 