Mathematics A.A. General Transfer
The goal of the Mathematics Department is to equip students with the mathematical knowledge and skills essential to achieve their educational and career goals. The faculty and staff of the department are committed to student success. Almost every area of concentration requires at least one college-level course in mathematics. Freshman and sophomore mathematics courses are transferable to four-year colleges and universities through the Tennessee Transfer Path program.
The Mathematics Center offers a variety of free services in support of students in their quest to develop college level mathematical skills, or to pass required general education courses.
MATH Is Changing Fall 2015
MATH 0810 and MATH 0820 will not be offered after summer term 2015. Students currently enrolled in these courses must complete all course material, through the Unit 6 test, by the end of summer term. Students who need mathematics learning support in the fall must enroll in a learning support course and a college-level course simultaneously, either MATH 0530/MATH 1530 or MATH 0030/MATH 1030.
Please direct questions to: Ed Nichols, Department Head of Mathematics @ 423-697-3350 or
Margaret Ramsey, Mathematics Coordinator @ 423-697-3215.