Mathematics is used to support a variety of career goals, such as employment in business and industry, pre-professional education, or preparation for graduate school.  Mathematics is a critical tool for understanding both the scientific and non-scientific aspects of our world and trying to solve its problems.  Mathematics requires imagination, formalized and abstract thought, quantitative thinking, creativity, and intuition as data is gathered and analyzed. All people, in every trade and profession, use mathematics in their personal and professional lives.

Certificates or Programs: Mathematics major

Associate Degree

Associate of Science 


University Partnership Programs

  Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering



Aaron Weiss
Dean, Science and Mathematics