Because math is everywhere, a solid understanding of math is critical to education and career. Mathematics is also one of the cornerstones for those seeking a degree. Students in the program enjoy solving problems and making discoveries. The curriculum will allow those students to gain an increased understanding of the natural world by utilizing the latest computational techniques and technology. Students will also learn how math and science principles apply to the world by being taught to see past numbers and formulas.
Program majors explore computer science, calculus, physics and English, with both a physics and math option available for the final 12 credits. The physics option consists of general chemistry courses, while the math option gives students the ability to choose from available electives.
Program graduates can work with an advisor to determine transfer into four-year degree programs at institutions with which NCC has transfer agreements. Those with a background in math and science can expect to find employment in business, government, research, higher education, private industry, laboratories and more.