New Mathways Project

An Alternative Way to Learn Math at Brookhaven

What is it?

A set of courses that focus on active learning and real-life math, including statistics.

For students who place or test into DMAT 0305: a way to complete developmental math requirements faster than going the traditional developmental math route. This could also mean spending less money on tuition, books and fees.

With the foundations course, students can choose either MATH 2442–Elementary Statistical Methods or MATH 1332–Contemporary Mathematics I when DMAT 0308 has been successfully completed.

Who is it for?

Students placing or testing into DMAT 0305 or DMAT 0310 in eligible majors and fields of study are encouraged to apply for enrollment in New Mathways Project (NMP) courses.

Who to contact

Talk to an advisor or math faculty member for more information! To contact an advisor, stop by the Brookhaven Advising Office or email To contact a faculty member, email

List of Majors and Fields of Study Eligible for the New Mathways Project

Associate of Arts (AA) and Associate of Science (AS) Degrees

Criminal Justice
Foreign Languages
Social Work
Studio Art

Associate of Applied Science Degrees and Certificates

Accounting AAS (if not planning to transfer)
Accounting Assistant Certificate
Accounting Clerk Certificate
Administrative Support Certificate
Business Administration AAS
Business Marketing AAS
Child Development/Early Childhood Education AAS
Customer Service Representative Certificate
Dealership-Sponsored Automotive Technology AAS
Emergency Medical Technician Basic Certificate
Engine Repair and Performance Technician Certificate
Executive Assistant AAS
Management AAS
Management Certificate
Paramedicine AAS
Paramedicine Level II Certificate
Personal Computer Support AAS
Service Technician AAS
Visual Communications
Web Production and Design AAS