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The mathematics major prepares students, upon graduation, to transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue professional careers requiring quantitative reasoning and analytical thinking. Traditional mathematics occupations consist of teaching positions in schools and colleges or research positions in universities or industry. Other related mathematics fields include statistics, survey and market research, operations research, computer systems design and programming, economics and finances, and robotics and aerodynamics. Careers in applied mathematics usually focus on developing mathematical models for technical and scientific data, whether in physics, chemistry, biology, engineering or medicine.
We offer the following associate in science degree program:
The Learning Center, in IRC 241, provides free tutoring in developmental math courses on a drop-in basis. No appointment is necessary. Learn more.
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Academic assistance in JLC 240 is available for courses in the Natural Sciences, Business, English, Reading, Writing, Mathematics, and many other subjects. This tutoring is offered on a drop-in basis, and is provided most days with some evening and weekend hours (depending on the semester or term). Not all courses are tutored on a daily basis. View the subject specific tutoring schedules for details.
The service is free of charge to all registered MCC students.