Associate in Science (AS) Workforce Development
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Contact Information:918-595-7742 School of Mathematics & Engineering
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 your education or straight into a career in fields like chemistry, engineering, computer science, statistics, or physics.