Welcome to the Miramar College Math Department website. Here you will find information about our program, our course offerings and our faculty.
The Math Lab is located on the second floor of the M Building. We offer walk-in tutoring, quiet study rooms, test proctoring services, and workstations. Just come in and get the help you need from our friendly staff. Go to the Math Lab website for more information and opening hours.
Are you interested in tutoring at the Math Lab? Tutoring is a great opportunity to help your fellow students, improve your resume and strengthen your math skills.
If so, there are 3 options:
- Paid Tutor
- Ed 100 Tutor
- Volunteer Tutor
Process for Paid Tutors:
- Complete the tutor application located at this link: https://www.sdmiramar.edu/campus/asc/resources
- Email your completed application and unofficial transcript to Donnie Tran (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- TB Test and Live Scan will be required.
Process for Ed 100 Tutor:
- Enroll in Ed 100 (1 unit) at San Diego Miramar College. The class schedule can be found at this link.
- We are looking for students who have taken Math 151 or above.
Process for Volunteer Tutors:
- Email your resume and unofficial transcript to Julia McMenamin (email@example.com).
- TB Test and Live Scan are not required for students currently enrolled in Miramar classes. TB Test and Live Scan are required for all volunteer tutors not currently enrolled in classes.
- We are looking for students who have taken Math 119 OR Math 150 or above.
We offer refresher workshops the week before the start of the semester. Feeling uneasy about your upcoming math class? Come to the Math Department’s Math Refresher workshops. In each workshop, you will have an opportunity to review key math concepts from previous courses, preview some content of your upcoming course, and learn about the supports the Math Department has to offer.
Please check out this website for more information and review materials.
The Math Placement Assistant can help you determine which math course you should take. The math course you take will depend on many factors, including your major and any university that you plan to transfer to. Students should talk to a counselor to help them develop an education plan that fits their particular situation.
Mathematics is the study of numbers, structures, and associated relationships using rigorously defined literal, numerical and operational symbols. Given certain conditions about systems of numbers or other objects, mathematicians derive conclusions based on logical arguments. Basic mathematical skills enable a person to solve numerical problems encountered in daily life, and more advanced skills have numerous applications in the physical, social and life sciences.
Program Goals and/or Outcomes
The mathematics curriculum includes courses that range from basic skills through differential equations. The basic skills and associate degree level courses provide students with the mathematical preparation necessary for study in other disciplines, as well as for degree and transfer requirements. Successful completion of this curriculum a mathematics degree will develop competence in mathematics through differential and integral calculus, providing an adequate background for employment in many technological and scientific areas as well as providing a firm foundation for students planning advanced study in mathematics, engineering, or physical sciences.
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the program the students will able to:
- Demonstrate ability to apply mathematical skills to achieve academic and professional goals
- Demonstrate an ability to apply critical thinking in problem solving
- Demonstrate sufficient mathematical knowledge for further academic study in mathematics or related disciplines
- Demonstrate ability to analyze and solve mathematical problems in everyday life