Mathematics

Our mission is to teach students from diverse backgrounds, including mathematically weak backgrounds, and encourage students to aspire towards expertise in their future education.

Our Faculty promote lifelong learning through the use of traditional and new teaching methods, technology, and course assessments and development. The department supports its mission through the following:

  • Developmental education – by providing remedial courses through a variety of methodologies supporting all learning styles and building a foundation for subsequent course work.
  • General education – by achieving ECC’s common learning objective of creative/critical thinking through our college level courses, specifically College Algebra.
  • Career/Technical education – by helping to create a workforce rigorously trained in mathematics.
  • Post algebra education – by offering courses, such as Calculus, Statistics, and Differential Equations, to science, engineering, and mathematics majors, which help maintain effective transferability.

We teach a number of courses, including day and evening courses that are offered at the main campus and satellite locations, hybrid courses, and web courses, which help students from all disciplines learn the mathematics skills they need for success.

Additional Information & Links:

Contact:

Ann Boehmer, Dean of Instruction

Phone: 636.584.6679
Office: BH 256

Dr. Isaiah Kellogg Division Chair
Phone: 636-584-Office: