From calculating your car loan payment to understanding how search engines work, the principles of mathematics touch every part of your life. If you enjoy seeing the beauty of patterns, logic and processes in the world, why not become a mathematician?
Your degree in mathematics will provide you with analytical and critical thinking skills for lifelong learning. After graduation, you may continue to further education or straight into a career in fields like chemistry, engineering, computer science, statistics or physics.
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Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, you will be able to:
- Communicate mathematically using symbolic, graphical, numerical, and written representations of mathematics
- Integrate techniques from various branches of mathematics
- Evaluate the reasonableness of solutions.
- Apply mathematics in a variety of contexts related to science, technology, or real-world issues.
Your career in mathematics may range from financial analyst to computer graphics designer. Search careers related to Mathematics at ONET or schedule an appointment with TCC Career Services to learn more about our free career planning and job preparation services
Take a break from studying and interact with other students interested in science and math by participating in the Sci-π Club on West Campus. Engage in critical thinking discussions after watching Event Horizon films or take a field trip to the Botanical Gardens. For more information, speak with your mathematics professor or stop by the Student Life office on campus.
View a semester-by-semester course plan of study and information on transferring this degree to other colleges and universities on the Mathematics Degree Map.