When you study math at Normandale, you’ll take foundational calculus courses and general education courses that will put you on a path to pursue your bachelor’s degree in math.

Our core math courses emphasize calculus, and you’ll also diversify your learning by taking communications and natural science courses as part of our liberal arts program. These courses are much more affordable than what you would find at four-year college or university.

Here’s the best part: You’ll be well prepared to further your study of math at a Minnesota State university and you’ll enroll as a junior.

Pursue your AA in Math, then continue to study at a 4-year university

Completion of a Normandale Math Transfer Pathway Degree will allow you to easily transfer to math programs in four-year universities in the Minnesota State System. These include:

Bemidji State University

Metropolitan State University

Minnesota State Mankato

MSU- Moorhead

St. Cloud State University

Southwest Minnesota State University

Winona State University

- MATH 0601 Pre-College Math 1
- MATH 0602 Pre-College Math 2
- MATH 0603 Pre-College Math 3
- MATH 0630 Survey of Algebra
- MATH 0670 Elementary and Intermediate Algebra
- MATH 0700 Intermediate Algebra
- MATH 0980 Math Skills for Statistics
- MATH 0990 STATWAY Statistics 1
- MATH 0991 Math Skills for College Algebra
- MATH 0995 Math Skills for Accelerated Statway
- MATH 1020 Math Trek Math for Liberal Arts
- MATH 1055 Elements of Mathematics 1
- MATH 1065 Elements of Mathematics 2
- MATH 1080 Introduction to Statistics
- MATH 1090 STATWAY Statistics 2
- MATH 1095 STATWAY Statistics: Accelerated
- MATH 1100 College Algebra
- MATH 1150 Trigonometry
- MATH 1400 Survey of Calculus
- MATH 1500 Pre-Calculus
- MATH 1510 Calculus 1
- MATH 1520 Calculus 2
- MATH 2011 Discrete Structures of Computer Science
- MATH 2033 Elementary Computational Linear Algebra
- MATH 2080 Statistical Modeling
- MATH 2400 Probability and Statistics with Calculus
- MATH 2510 Calculus 3: Multivariable Calculus
- MATH 2520 Calculus 4:Differential Equations with Linear Algebra
- MATH 2700 Foundations of Mathematics and Logic: Writing Intensive