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Jeff Ford

Confused beyond reason
I'm currently studying mathematics on my own, since it will be another 2 years or so before I can return to school full time. I'm looking for schools that offer classes in mathematics at a distance, trying to get some actual credits taken care of in advance.

The University of Minnesota offers somestuff, but they only have four classes.

If anyone knows of a good distance education program in mathematics, please let me know.


re:math online

Try Brevard Community College in Florida @ brevardcc.edu. They offer Calculus through Calc 3, Linear Algebra and Differential equations. I'm taking an online course there now and am favorably impressed by both their staff and their software.
Good luck to you
Ellis College in N.Y has an online bachelor degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a math/physics concentration. They are fully accredited but I do not know if you can use it to go on to a post-grad degree. I'm trying to figure out the best path for distance learning myself.

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