Seminole State Advance is a new program to strengthen the math abilities of students seeking careers in science, engineering or mathematics.

Did You Know?

Whatever your math level, from basic arithmetic to differential equations, Seminole State College offers math courses that can help you learn new ways to approach problem-solving.

Seminole State's math students enjoy easy access to computers in classrooms and the fully staffed Academic Success Center. Statistical Methods I (STA2023) is taught entirely in computer labs, so students can work closely with their professors.

Whether you have math anxiety, find math challenging or desire a quality foundation in math, Seminole State's diverse array of math courses ensure that every student will learn in classes that meet their skill level and pacing.

Many courses are taught with a choice of traditional, distance learning or computer-based instruction to best suit your preferred learning style.

Math Department Facts

  • Math professor Martha Goshaw was awarded a national Teaching Excellence Award in 2003 and 2012.
  • The Math Department hosts the Seminole County High School Math Contest in cooperation with the Seminole County Teachers of Mathematics, where high school students compete in calculus, pre-calculus, algebra, geometry and statistics. Also, there is a scholarship competition to win a 60 credit-hour scholarship to Seminole State.
  • Calculator workshops for graphing calculators are offered at the beginning of each fall and spring term.
  • Near the end of most terms, the Math Department offers review sessions for classes with departmental finals.
  • The Math Department offers scholarships to help pay for math courses at Seminole State.

Want more info? Contact us.

Julie Knott
Fax: 407.708.2568
Office: S/LM Campus, F-210

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