Students in the CCV STEM Studies A.S. program can pursue a UVM Mathematical Sciences B.S. with a major in Mathematics program.

Mathematics permeates every aspect of our daily lives. In support of this, the mathematics curriculum is designed to provide a strong foundation for anyone who is interested in developing their ability to navigate our increasingly quantitative society. All students are introduced to the power and breadth of mathematics and to core ideas and techniques in the discipline. Courses that emphasize written and oral communication of quantitative information increase the value to the student of this mathematical knowledge.

The flexible curriculum enables each student to focus on a particular area of interest. This flexibility is especially important given the widely varying interests and career goals of our students. Students planning on a career in a technical field may choose to focus on courses in applied mathematics. Those planning on graduate school in mathematics or in a closely related field will benefit from the more advanced elective courses needed for graduate-level studies. Those interested in law, business, teaching, or other pursuits have the opportunity to freely sample from all areas according to their interests.

Still undecided? Explore Mathematical Sciences at UVM.

What's a Pathway Program?

These academic paths guarantee qualified students from our partner institutions junior status at the time they transfer to UVM. Students considering any of these 2+2 or 3+2 programs are encouraged to work closely with the academic coordinator at your current institution.

Transfer pathways from CCV  |  Transfer pathways from other partner institutions  |  Transfer pathways to online degree completion

 

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Ready to get serious? Explore the CCV STEM Studies to UVM Mathematical Sciences (Mathematics major) pathway for coursework and credits.

 

Degree Requirements
CCV Degree Program - STEM StudiesUVM Degree Program - B.S.MSC. Mathematics
Gen Ed - First Semester Seminar
INT 1050 - Dimensions of Self and Society

HUMN 0XX - CEMS Humanities and Social Sciences
Gen Ed - Technological Literacy
Select from approved list of CCV offerings
Elective (please refer to the UVM Transfer Guide)
Gen Ed - Communication
ANT 2020 - Language, Culture, and Communication
ANTH 028 - D2:Linguistic Anthropology
(fulfills University D2 requirement and CEMS Humanities and Social Sciences)
Gen Ed - English Composition
ENG 1061 - English Composition
ENGS 001 - FW:Written Expression
(fulfills University FWIL requirement and CEMS Humanities and Social Sciences)
Gen Ed - Mathematics
MAT 1531 - Calculus I
MATH 021 - QR:Calculus I
(fulfills University QR requirement and CEMS Core
Gen Ed - Research and Writing Intensive
ENG 2135 - Technical Writing and Research
ENGS 0XX, CEMS Humanities and Social Sciences
Gen Ed - Scientific Method

Choose 4-credit lab course from BIO, CHE, or PHY categories as outlined in the approved list of CCV offerings
CEMS Allied Field Requirement (please refer to the UVM Transfer Guide)
Gen Ed - Human Expression

Select one course from approved list of CCV offerings(Note: COM 2045 does not meet UVM CEMS Humanities and Social Sciences requirement)
CEMS Humanities and Social Sciences (please refer to the UVM Transfer Guide)
Gen Ed - Human Behavior

Choose one course from:
HIS 1220
SOC 1020
SOC 2040
Fulfills University D1 requirement and CEMS Humanities and Social Sciences (please refer to the UVM Transfer Guide)
Gen Ed - Global Perspectives and Sustainability

Choose one course from the following:
ANT 1010
ANT 2010
GEO 2020
SOC 1010
Fulfills University SU requirement and CEMS Humanities and Social Sciences (please refer to the UVM Transfer Guide)
Gen Ed
HUM 2010 - Seminar in Educational Inquiry
HUMN 0XX - CEMS Humanities and Social Sciences
Choose a minimum of 23 college-level credits from:

  AHS
  ARC
  BIO
  CHE
  CIS (above CIS-1020)
  ENV
  MAT
  MEC
  PHY

Recommend:
MAT 2532 - Calculus II
MAT 2021 - Statistics I
ENV 1010 - Introduction to Environmental Science
ENV 1230/ENV 2010/ENV 2050
BIO or CHE course (in addition to the course used to meet Science Method Requirement)
Additional courses will meet Elective credits towards UVM degree











MATH 022 - QR:Calculus II, CEMS Core
STAT 111 - QR:Elements of Statistics, CEMS Major***
ENSC 001 - SU:Introduction to Environmental Sciences, CEMS Allied Field requirement
Refer to the UVM Transfer Guide
Refer to the UVM Transfer Guide
INT 2860 - Professional Field ExperienceEDEC XXX, Elective
Total CCV credits: 60 


 

UVM Course Requirements
UVM Semester One*UVM Semester Two*
MATH 121 - QR:Calculus III, CEMS Core**MATH 122 - QR:Applied Linear Algebra or MATH 124 - QR:Linear Algebra, CEMS Core**
MATH 052 - QR:Fundamentals of Mathematics, CEMS CoreMATH/STAT/CS Major Course***

Recommend:
MATH 141, 151, 173, 255, or 260
MATH/STAT/CS Major Course***MATH/STAT/CS Major Course***
CS 021 - QR:Computer Programming I, CEMS CoreAllied Field Course
ElectiveElective
  
UVM Semester Three*UVM Semester Four*
MATH 241 - QR:Analysis in Several Real Variables I, CEMS Core
or
MATH 251: QR:Abstract Algebra I, CEMS Core
(both are required)
MATH 241 - QR:Analysis in Several Real Variables I, CEMS Core
or
MATH 251: QR:Abstract Algebra I, CEMS Core
(both are required)
MATH/STAT/CS Major Course***MATH/STAT/CS Major Course***
MATH/STAT/CS Major Course***Allied Field Course
Allied Field Course/Elective
(24 required credits in Allied Field classes)
Allied Field Course/Elective
(24 required credits in Allied Field classes)
Elective, if neededElective, if needed
Total credits required to earn Bachelor's degree is minimum 120

 

*The schedule outline at UVM represents one possible plan, but order of courses will be dependent on course offerings each year.

**Due to the rigor of the MATH curriculum, students can utilize summer course offerings of MATH 121 and MATH 122, prior to matriculation at UVM, to provide for a more balanced workload.

***A minimum of twenty-one additional credits in mathematics, statistics, or computer science courses numbered 100 or above. At least twelve credits must be in courses numbered 200 or above and no more than twelve credits can be taken in computer science.

Please note: CEMS 050 - CEMS First-Year Seminar is waived for transfer students.