Mathematics Department


Jonathan Neptune
Phi Theta Kappa Advisor, (541) 506-6031

Patricia (Pam) Morse
Math Department Chair, (541) 308-8218

Computer Science

Computing Science (CS) is the study of how to maintain order in a vast, discrete, intricately connected universe. It is the study of the processes of calculation, including robotics, programming languages, computer hardware, theory, databases, networks, security, graphics, music, artificial intelligence, and all the means by which humans can rationally develop knowledge and build certainty in their results. Computing is the how and the why of information.


Mathematics is both an art and a science. It is a language and an analytical tool for the natural and  the social sciences. The Mathematics Department at CGCC is committed to teaching mathematics and the communication of mathematical ideas. 

Department Chair

Pam Morse


Course Name Credits
MTH 105 Math in Society 4
MTH 110 Technical Math 4
MTH 111 College Algebra 5
MTH 112 Elementary Functions 5
MTH 20 Basic Math 4
MTH 20B Basic Math 4
MTH 211 Foundations of Elementary Mathematics I 4
MTH 212 Foundations of Elementary Mathematics II 4
MTH 213 Foundations of Elementary Mathematics III 4
MTH 243 Statistics I 5
MTH 244 Statistics II 5
MTH 251 Calculus I 5
MTH 252 Calculus II 5
MTH 253 Calculus III 5
MTH 60 Beginning Algebra I 4
MTH 65 Beginning Algebra II 4
MTH 95 Intermediate Algebra 4
MTH 98 Quantitative Math 4
Namesort descending Title Email Phone
Bruce Brown
Annette Byers Annette Byers Mathematics Instructor (541) 506-6000
John Evans John Evans Mathematics Instructor (541) 506-6172
Kimberly Kiser
Pam Morse Patricia (Pam) Morse Math Department Chair, Mathematics Instructor (541) 308-8218
Dr. Abel Wolman Abel Wolman Mathematics Instructor (541) 506-6000