The Department of Mathematics at Mountain View College is committed to helping students achieve excellence in their mathematics education and to enable them to succeed in their professional and personal goals.

Some of the options available to meet these objectives and best serve the student body are:

  • Placement testing to accurately identify student’s knowledge and skill levels. 
  • Developmental classes to improve the student’s basic math skills 
  • Freshman and sophomore level credit course that are transferable to most four-year universities. 
  • Lecture and computer based courses offered days, evenings, and weekends to accommodate the student’s personal/work schedules.

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION 

In an attempt to serve the diverse needs of our student body, the Math Department offers the following courses to the students: 

DEVELOPMENTAL MATH

We offer traditional weekly sections (M/W, M/W/F or T/R) for developmental math.

Classes offered are as follows: 

  • DMAT 0305
  • DMAT 0310

FAST TRACK DMAT CLASSES

Fast track classes allow a student to finish two DMAT classes in one semester. Each day class meets four days a week for eight weeks. The evening classes meet two days a week for 2 class periods. Classes offered are as follows:

COMPUTER BASED DMAT CLASSES

These are NON-LECTURE COMPUTER BASED classes. Attendance at the scheduled time is mandatory. Students use the computer to do their course work. We offer traditional weekly sections (M/W, M/W/F or T/R).

Classes offered are as follows:

  • DMAT 0305
  • DMAT 0310

MATH CLASSES

These courses are Math courses that can transfer to a four year College. We offer traditional weekly sections (M/W, M/W/F or T/R) and Saturday classes for MATH.

Classes offered are as follows:

  • College Algebra (MATH 1314) 
  • Plane Trigonometry (MATH 1316) 
  • Business & Economic Math (MATH 1324) 
  • Business Calculus & Applications (MATH 1325) 
  • College Math (MATH 1332) 
  • Teaching Math in Elementary/Middle School I (MATH 1350) 
  • Teaching Math in Elementary/Middle School II (MATH 1351) 
  • Introductory Statistics (MATH 1342) 
  • Pre-Calculus (MATH 2412) 
  • Calculus I (MATH 2413) 
  • Calculus II (MATH 2414)
  • Calculus III (MATH 2415) 

Jeannie Tipps

STEM Division Admin.
Assistant to the Dean
  • W156
  • 214-860-8760

Cherlyn Shultz-Ruth, MSN, RN

Dean of Allied Health and Nursing
  • H-25A
  • 214-860-3617
  • 214-860-8528

  • Office Hours

    • By appointment