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Welcome to the Laney College Math Department’s Home Page!

Course Modalities:

As the world emerges from pandemic restrictions, many of us are excited to return to the classroom! Most of our classes will be offered in Hybrid mode (a mix of in-class meetings and online instruction), some classes will be online only, and some classes will be face-to-face only – please check the course Notes in the online schedule carefully for the modality of instruction (Online Schedule). At this point there is no guarantee that face-to-face classes will be able to be recorded for “on demand” viewing (like some of us have gotten used to in the “Zoom era”), the safest assumption is that face-to-face classes will not be recorded, however you are welcome to contact the instructor at the listed email address.

Instructor Insights

Learn from instructor Kyla Oh about what career opportunities exist based on Mathematics:

 

The Mathematics Department offers a rich curriculum to meet the diverse needs of students at Laney College. Our course offerings include those transferable to four- year colleges/universities, those tailored for programs in career and technical education, along with those designed to help students strengthen their basic skills.

Find out what instructor Kathy Williamson has to say about Grants related to advances in our Mathematics curriculum:

 

The department chair is David Ross (dross@peralta.edu). The Lab Tech currently is Ronald Asseko Messa.  To reach the Math Lab by phone, please call 510-464-3448.

Explore what David has to say about the two degrees in Mathematics offered at Laney:

Learn how Assembly Bill 705 helps students achieve their academic goals more quickly

Not sure which Math class to start with?

Choose Your Math Pathway

View some Math Course Flow Charts

Information on Credit by Exam

Laney College does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, color, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, ancestry, citizenship, national origin, military or veteran status, disability, marital status, pregnancy, medical condition, and immigration status.

The Laney College Mathematics Department cares deeply about the well-being and success of our students, and we want to provide the most supportive environment we can for learning and growth. We encourage students who encounter discrimination in any form to contact the department and administration.