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Mathematics and Statistics


ARC offers mathematics and statistics courses to meet the educational goals of all our students, which include personal enrichment, associate degrees, certificates, and transferring to a university. Some of our courses serve a wide range of academic goals, such as Math 333: Introduction to College Algebra, while other courses are geared toward specific goals, such as Math 340: Calculus for Business and Economics. In a data-driven culture, we help students understand some of the ways in which mathematics and statistics can be used in the world around us.

Our mathematics and statistics faculty come from a wide variety of backgrounds and are proud of the variety of ways we support our students. Our courses are offered in a variety of modalities, such as face-to-face, online, and hybrid. We also have a Math Learning Center that enables students to work independently on some courses under the guidance of a faculty member with tutorial support. Many of our courses are linked with a concurrent support course so that students have an opportunity to strengthen the skills needed for success in the transfer-level course. Our thriving MESA program supports students majoring in STEM, especially first-generation college students. Students can find community and a variety of opportunities in their HomeBase.

Please note: In compliance with CA Legislation AB 705 and AB 1705, pretransfer-level courses (those numbered below 300, for example Math 120) are no longer being offered.

Degrees Offered

  • A.S.-T. in Mathematics
  • A.S. in Mathematics
  • A.S. in Physical Science/Mathematics