The Math program offers the Liberal Arts (A.S.) degree in Mathematics. The Liberal Arts field is a general education degree that requires a student to take a sampling of courses in each of the various liberal arts disciplines— humanities, social sciences, mathematics, and science. The Math/Science major will take additional courses in the mathematics area (math, statistics, etc.) and sciences area (biology, chemistry, environmental science, physics, etc.). Upon transfer to a senior level college for the junior year of study, the student is prepared to take upper-level courses in math or science. Students in liberal arts often go on to graduate school for even more specialized training or go into the fields of law and medicine.
See the Navarro College Catalog for course listings:
Mathematical Association of America
American Mathematical Society (AMS)
American Statistical Association (ASA)
Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM)
Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS)
Society for Industrial and Applied Math (SIAM)
National Council of Teachers of Math (NCTM)
Carol Hanes, Executive Dean
Administration Bldg, Rm 230
Terry Peterman, Dean
Drane Hall, Room 115
Brenda Reed, Coordinator
Waller Bldg, Room 110
Shari Beck, Professor
Waller Bldg, Room 111
Wayne Humphrey, Professor
Waller Bldg, Room 105
Mark Dillman, Professor
Waller Bldg, Room 112
Basics of Accounting
Computer Aided Drafting
**Tuition cost reflects a 15-credit hour semester for in-district students for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Cost does not include labs, fees, books, or supplies. Program costs are approximate and cost is subject to change.
Download the full Fall 2015 tuition chart here .