Redlands Home Page

  

Redlands Security: 405.422.6200

Mathematics Department 

Department of Mathematics
Associate in Mathematics Degree
405.422.1244

Redlands Community College Mathematics

Mathematics is a rich discipline with powerful abstract ideas, wide-ranging applications, and a long history. Mathematics complements virtually any career.

The Mathematics Department of Redlands Community College offers a full spectrum of mathematics courses from college algebra and trigonometry to statistics, business calculus, and algebra based calculus. Courses are taught by full-time faculty and part-time faculty who also work in research, industry, government, and education.


  • Pre-Professional Sciences Mathematics: Associates in Science A.S. degree.
  • Pre-Professional Sciences Education: (Mathematics Option) Associates in Science A.S. degree.

Speak to an academic advisor to find out if a program in Pre-Professional Sciences in Education or Mathematics is the right fit for you.

Mathematics Placement

When and Where can I take the mathematics placement test on campus?

Accuplacer tests are administered on a walk-in basis, Mon–Fri between 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, in the Academic Center for Enhancement (ACE), and also at prescheduled orientation sessions. There is no charge for the Accuplacer test.

What is the Placement Test?

The Redlands Community College Department of Mathematics wants students to succeed and understands that students do best when they have a suitable background for each course. The purpose of the math placement test is to determine the appropriate first math course for each undergraduate student. The Mathematics Department enforces prerequisites for mathematics courses; before enrolling in one of these courses, you may need to pass a placement test.

For more information on Accuplacer, please see this link, or click on 'Accuplacer Assessment Tests' on the left under the Admission & Aid category.

The Department of Mathematics at Redlands also covers Developmental Math for students who either place into developmental mathematics courses or those who need a refresher before moving on to higher tier mathematics. Since Math is a sequential learning process, it is important for a student to begin where they are comfortable.

Mu Alpha Theta

Mu Alpha Theta is the National High School and Two-Year College Mathematics Honor Society dedicated to inspiring keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics. Mu Alpha Theta organizes meetings and activities to promote the understanding of mathematics as a subject and enhance the appreciation for mathematics for students and faculty. As a student chapter of Mu Alpha Theta, students and faculty explore new developments and careers in the field of mathematics and related fields, and provide opportunities for both students and faculty to collaborate.
For more information about the Mu Alpha Theta chapter at Redlands Community College, please contact Dr. Rachel Bates at rachel.bates@redlandscc.edu.

For more information on Mu Theta Alpha in general, please see the Mu Alpha Theta website, which describes the honors society in detail.

Degree Sheets

Degree Sheet - Pre-professional Science/Mathematics


Review a Suggested
Plan of Study


Mu Alpha Theta – Math Honors Society

Learning Resources Center

Math Videos YouTube Series

Redlands Financial Aid

Redlands Scholarships


Meet Our Faculty
Rachel Bates Peggy Clifton
 Jenny Sykora