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The Mathematics Department offers basic skills and transfer level courses in Mathematics. A number of Department courses apply toward the Mathematics competency for graduation. Mathematics courses are fundamental preparation for a wide range of majors, including business, computer science, physical and life sciences, and social and behavioral sciences among others.
In addition, the Department offers a Mathematics Degree program with courses in both pure and applied mathematics. An Associate's degree in Mathematics can lead to careers in research, education, business, industry, and government. Many areas, such as the physical and social sciences, engineering, economics, and business, are dependent upon the use of applied mathematics in developing solutions to practical problems.
Moorpark College is working with Conejo Valley Adult Education's Bridge Program. Beginning Fall 2012, Conejo Valley Adult School, in Thousand Oaks, will be offering a "Bridge" program to provide adults a smooth transition to Community College and Vocational Certification. Three courses will be available: Pre-Algebra; Critical Reading/College Prep Writing; and Research Paper Writing. These classes are intended for adults who seek review and support before beginning a pathway to a community college, vocational certification, or employment. For more information, visit www.ConejoAdultSchool.org.
Department Administration and Staff
Office: Academic Center 232 (AC 232)
Telephone: (805) 378-1572
- Julius Sokenu, Dean
- Mary Ann Beck, Administrative Assistant
- Chris Cole, telephone (805) 378-1400 x1787
List of full-time faculty offices, telephone extensions and Fall 2012 office hours .
Phil Abramoff, Christine Aguilera, Christine Cole, Kahroline di Passero, Marcos Enriquez, Kathryn Fink, Keith Hilmer, Diana Nguyen, Tom Ogimachi, Curtis Paul, Rena Petrello, Brendan Purdy, Mahyad Rahnamaie, Cynthia Reed, Deborah Ritchie, Benjamin Rode, David Weinstein, Grethe Wygant
Part-time faculty list their contact information for students on their course syllabi. In addition, students can leave a message for a particular instructor with the division office by calling (805) 378-1572.
- Full Catalog Description / Degree Information
- Math Self Placement Guide
- Sequence of Pre-transfer Level Math Courses
- Sequence of Transfer Level Math Courses
- Student Learning Outcomes and Objectives for Math Courses - in development
The Math Center provides tutoring, workshops, and support for students taking all levels of Mathematics classes.
Counselors who specialize in the Mathematics degree, Donna Proske Allyn and Danita Redd, can be contacted through the Counseling Office.
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