Mathematics Program (A.S.)

Academic advisement for math majors is not just about scheduling your classes. It’s a personal connection with The 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 up until your graduation from BMCC. You will also get information about transferring to a four-year college, applying for scholarships and internships, in addition to career advice. It is very important to keep in touch with the Mathematics Coordinator, so that you can get all the information needed.


Students who studies mathematics can go on to become a teacher or professor, a mathematician, a statistician, an actuary, a financial analyst, a research analyst, a software designer and developer, a consultant, an engineer, a financial engineer, a cryptographer, a scientist, and many other things. An associate degree in mathematics may be also a good start for a pre-medical or pre-law school; many employers say that they like to hire math majors even when the job does not directly involve mathematics because students who student mathematics learn important reasoning, communication and problem-solving skills that are important in any field.

Transfer Options

BMCC has articulation agreements with several four year colleges to allow you to seamlessly continue your education there without any loss of credits.

Academic Program Maps

Required Common Core

Flexible Core3

Curriculum Requirements

Program Electives (Choose 3 or 4 for a total of 9 credits:)

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Modern Language Course
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General Elective 5
Total Curriculum Requirements
Total Program Requirements


1. Students are required to take MAT 206.

2. Students are required to take BIO 210, CHE 201, PHY 210, or PHY 215.

3. No more than two courses in any discipline or interdisciplinary field can be used to satisfy Flexible Core requirements.

4. Students are required to take BIO 220, CHE 202, PHY 220, or PHY 225.

5. These credits can be satisfied by taking STEM variants in the Common Core.

Please note, these requirements are effective the 2017-2018 catalog year. Please check your DegreeWorks account for your specific degree requirements as when you began at BMCC will determine your program requirements.

Mathematics Dept.

199 Chambers Street, Room N-599
New York, NY 10007
Phone: (212) 220-1335

Hours of Operation:
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m