The Associate in Science in Mathematics for Transfer offers course work in all levels of mathematics from arithmetic through differential equations and linear algebra. Students seeking improvement in their basic mathematical skills and those desiring development of advanced mathematical methods can all find meaningful activities in the Associate in Science in Mathematics for Transfer. While there are job opportunities in pure mathematics, there are even more in applied mathematics, statistics, engineering, and other technical fields relying heavily on mathematics. Positions for which four-year graduates in mathematics are qualified can be found in the fields of business, computers, teaching, and research.

Upon successful completion of the Mathematics Associate's Degree program, a student should be able to:
• demonstrate proficiency in solving mathematical problems involving major concepts, theories, and principles including, but not limited to
• applying derivatives and integrals
• solving 2nd order differential equations
• constructing basic mathematical proofs
• analyze data using appropriate technology to enhance mathematical understanding. 

Who to contact

Dean of Academic Affairs- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
Phone: ​831.755-6875
S - STEM Center Building
Office: S220
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Administrative Assistant III
Phone: (831) 755-6875
S - STEM Center Building
Office: S215
Building: STEM Center Building