Welcome to Mathematics at Delaware Tech where you will have the opportunity to work in a partnership with instructors and fellow students to achieve excellence in the math skills necessary for your program. We provide a supportive learning environment for all of our courses - both developmental and credit level. You will have access to different math resources to make you feel confident in your math classes. The Mathematics Department is here to help you succeed.
These courses are offered at the Dover, Georgetown, Stanton, and Wilmington campuses.
How We Can Help You Succeed
- We have dedicated instructors.
- Our class sizes are small.
- We offer extensive free tutoring.
- We provide courses for all levels.
- Our classes are available in four locations throughout Delaware for your convenience.
What You Will Learn
Core Curriculum Competencies
The Core Curriculum Competencies listed below identify what you, as a graduate, will be able to do upon completion of your degree, regardless of your major. You will acquire these core competencies through your general education courses (i.e. English, math, etc.) and your program of study courses.
- Communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing.
- Demonstrate effective problem solving and reasoning skills.
- Work effectively in groups of people from diverse backgrounds.
- Demonstrate ethical and professional understanding and conduct.
- Apply appropriate information literacy skills to locate, evaluate and use information effectively.
- Use computer technology appropriate to the field.
- Use scientific and mathematical reasoning appropriate to the technology.
Related Associate Degree Programs
We are here for your success! Math is an integral part of any profession and we want to help you develop the tools you need to succeed in your career.
Delaware Tech has Associate of Arts of Teaching degrees in Mathematics Secondary Education (MSE) and Middle Level Mathematics Education (MLME). These associate degrees are the first step towards a career in teaching mathematics at a high school or middle school.
Every associate degree major requires at least one mathematics course.