Fundamental to Finite

It all adds up

There are few careers or college majors that don’t require you to have at least a basic understanding of math, which is what you’ll gain in our introductory courses.

If you’re already grounded in the fundamentals and plan to major in math at a four-year college or university, we also offer the advanced courses you need.

And you’ll have no problem transferring the credits you earn at our lower tuition rate, saving you up to $20,000 on a four-year degree.

For a look at all the courses in our program, consult the course list.

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Faculty keep things interesting

Many of our math courses may be taken online, and all are taught by faculty who want you to love math as much they do.

They’ll make connections between math and everyday life that keep their instruction lively and students interested, regardless of whether you’re majoring in math or not.

Our math courses include:

  • Intermediate Algebra
  • Everyday Math
  • Mathematics for Education I & II
  • Statistics
  • Finite Mathematics
  • Precalculus I & II: College Algebra & Trigonometry
  • Accelerated Precalculus
  • Business Calculus
  • Analytic Geometry & Calculus I-III
  • Linear Algebra
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Differential Equations

Career options

With an associate degree in mathematics, you’ll be qualified for positions that include account manager, bank teller, accounting clerk and auditing clerk.

When you’re ready to graduate, our Career Services team can help you with the job search and interview process, including preparing a resume.

If you’re interested in other math-related careers, including statistics, teaching or engineering, you’ll need to earn a bachelor’s and, possibly, a master’s degree.

Ready to do the math?

Contact an associate dean at 586.286.2282 or or 586.445.7354 or for more information.

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