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Advisement for Math Majors

Meeting with your Academic Advisor

Academic advisement for math majors is not just about scheduling your classes. It’s a personal connection with the math faculty and an individual glimpse at your career plans and your everyday academic questions. It is important to know that there is only one person that will advise you throughout your academic career at BMCC. This personal approach and guidance will help you in every step of the way until your graduation from BMCC.
You will also get information about transferring to a four-year college as well as for possibilities for jobs.

It is very important to keep in touch with the Mathematics Coordinator, so that you can get all the information needed.

Transferring to a four-year college

Transferring to a four-year college is a process that is a part of academic advisement while at BMCC. The Mathematics Coordinator can help you to find which courses are transferable, and suggest what would be the best path for you to continue your studies in mathematics.

Information about the transferring various courses from one CUNY college to another can be found using the TIPPS website.

Distance Learning courses in Mathematics

Some mathematics courses are offered via internet as Distance Learning courses. Here is a sample of distance learning courses that are offered regularly:

Writing Intensive Courses

As of Spring 2008, all entering BMCC students are required to take at least one Writing Intensive (WI) course in order to graduate. To read more about Writing Intensive courses, please click here.

Here a sample of recent WI courses offered:

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