The Mathematics Department provides many of the courses needed for a mathematics major or minor at a four-year college in a supportive, collaborative environment. All of the classes are small with less than 30 students. This creates a more personalized learning experience and a tight-knit classroom with dedicated faculty, greatly enhancing student success rate.
Calculator rental program
Students at both BHC campuses are able to rent graphing calculators through either bookstore or the Academic Service Center at the Quad-Cities Campus. Supplies are limited, so secure yours today!
Free tutoring is available online through your CANVAS account at both campuses, as well as face-to-face, personalized tutoring at the Tutoring Center at the Quad-Cities Campus or Room B-208 at the East Campus. Math faculty are also available at these tutoring locations.
What can I do with a math degree?
Black Hawk College alumni have gone to pursue careers in a variety of fields including data statistics and analytics, engineering, nursing, actuary sciences, or have decided to teach math at a multitude of grade levels. The department even has two current faculty members who are proud BHC graduates!
• Math Club – Quad-Cities Campus
• Sci Pi Club – East Campus
• Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
Special events on and around campus:
• Pi Run (3.14 miles) – Quad-Cities Campus
• East Campus Founders Scholars Banquet
• Lincoln Trail Scholastic Bowl Conference Tournament Host
• STEMFest/Science & Math Fest Host
Programs and Highlights
If you plan to transfer to a four-year institution, you can earn an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree.
|Associate in Science||1545||64||Humanities, Language & JournalismMathematicsNatural Sciences & Engineering|
|Associate in Arts||1045||64||Humanities, Language & JournalismMathematicsNatural Sciences & Engineering|