Mathematics is a broad field that can lead to many different career paths, including education, actuarial science, statistics, cryptography, quality control, financial/data analysis, market research, urban planning, and computer programming. Jobs in Mathematics require a Bachelor degree or higher.
Program: Students can earn an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree, depending on the transfer institution’s requirements. See an advisor for more details.
Course descriptions can be found in the college catalog.
You can learn more about the expected job growth and types of positions in this field by going to the links below.
Careers in Math
Bureau of Labor Statistics