Michigan Community Colleges

Henry Ford Community College


Mission statement

We, of Henry Ford Community College, are dedicated to the education and enrichment of our students and community. As a comprehensive community college with a diverse student population, we value teaching and learning.
To prepare our students for a rapidly changing world and workplace, we are committed to providing knowledge, communication skills, and cultural opportunities. We foster critical thinking, creativity, integrity, and self-esteem.
Ours is a tradition of building futures. We measure our success by the success of our students in a democratic, diverse, and increasingly technological nation.

Math Classes Offered 

MATH 064:   Basic Mathematics
MATH 074:   Pre-Algebra
MATH 080:   Beginning Algebra
MATH 100:   Basic Technical Mathematics
MATH 101:   Mathematics for Health Careers
MATH 103:   Technical Mathematics
MATH 104:   Mathematics for Food Service Careers
MATH 110:   Intermediate Algebra
MATH 112:   Trigonometry
MATH 115:   College Algebra
MATH 121:   Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I
MATH 141:   Introduction to Statistics
MATH 150:   Finite Mathematics
MATH 153:   Calculus for Business, Life, and Social Sciences
MATH 175:   Pre-Calculus
MATH 180:   Calculus I
MATH 183:   Calculus II
MATH 221:   Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II
MATH 225:   Mathematics for Elementary Teachers III
MATH 275:   Discrete Mathematics
MATH 280:   Calculus III
MATH 283:   Linear Algebra
MATH 289:   Differential Equations
MATH 293:   Topics in Mathematics

At a Glance

School Type
Instructional Technology, 5101 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128-1495
Dr. Vivian Beaty
Director of Instructional Technology
Phone: 313-845-9663 Ext. 3
Fax: 313-845-9844
Web: http://www.hfcc.edu
E-mail: vbeaty@hfcc.edu

ACCREDITATION North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
Year University Founded 1938
Distance Learning First Offered 2004

Distance students have access to: bookstore, e-mail services, library services

NON-DEGREE-RELATED COURSE TOPICS OFFERED anthropology; applied mathematics; astronomy and astrophysics; cell biology and anatomical sciences; computer and information sciences; computer software and media applications; criminal justice and corrections; educational/instructional media design; English; English composition; history; housing and human environments; journalism; languages (Middle/Near Eastern and Semitic); liberal arts and sciences, general studies and humanities; mathematics; mathematics and statistics related; natural sciences; nutrition sciences; political science and government; precision metal working; psychology; religious studies; science, technology and society; social sciences; sociology; statistics; technical and business writing

AGS General Education Studies
Required equipment or software: Computer, E-mail, Internet access
Programs are available to:all students worldwide
On-campus requirements: No
Standardized tests required for admission: No
Costs: $120 per credit hour
Number of credits needed to complete degree:60 credit hour(s)
Program offered in English: Yes