Student Resources

Mathematics Department

Arithmetic Review

MAT 1175 - Elementary College Geometry Textbook

MAT 1375 - Precalculus textbook

MAT 1475 - Calculus I Textbook

MAT 1575 - Calculus II Textbook

Math Club

Math Department Bulletin

Mathematics Preparatory Workshops

Workbook for WKSHP 1190: Preparation for MAT 1190 (An introduction to Quantitative Reasoning)
Workbook for WKSHP 1275CO: Preparation for MAT 1275CO (An introduction to College Algebra and Trigonometry with Corequisite)
Workbook for WKSHP 1275: Preparation for MAT 1275 (An introduction to College Algebra and Trigonometry)
Workbook for WKSHP 1375: Preparation for MAT 1375 (An introduction to Precalculus)
Workbook for WKSHP 1475: Preparation for MAT 1475 (An introduction to Calculus I)
Workbook for WKSHP 1575: Preparation for MAT 1575 (An introduction to Calculus II)

* The Mathematics Preparatory Workshops are designed to provide students with a prerequisite review and a brief introduction of the course. They range between 12 to 15 hours, offered before the start of the semester. Students who attend the workshops tend to have better preparation and show better results when taking the actual course. The workshops bear no college credits or grades, nor do they contribute towards graduation requirement. They may not be used to substitute for nor exempt from the course requirement. The workshops are freely available to students. Please contact the First Year Program to register for the workshops. Note, you don't need to be first year students to register. First Year Program website: First Year Program email:

Articulations between other colleges

Incoming articulation from Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC)
Incoming articulation from Bronx Community College (BCC)
Incoming articulation from Queensborough Community College (QCC) from Telecommunications Technology to Applied Mathematics
Incoming articulation from Queensborough Community College (QCC) from Mathematics and Science to Applied Mathematics

The ACT Compass Mathematics Test

Numerical Skills / PreAlgebra and Algebra
College Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry

Mathematics Organizations/Certifications

New York's State Certification Requirements for Educators
The American Mathematical Society
The Mathematical Association of America
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
American Mathematical Association of Two-year Colleges

Placement Review Materials

MAT 1275 Self-Study Guide

MAT 1375 Self-Study Guide

MAT 1475 Self-Study Guide

Students in the applied math program at City Tech are required to complete two internships: MAT4900 and MAT4901. Students need to request permission from the internship coordinator to register for these courses. The internships help students acquire the essential skills for the workplace, and find the kind of industries that best fit their career objectives.

To find out more about the internship program, please contact the internship coordinator, Prof. Nadia Benakli.

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