Mathematics/Applied Math/Statistics

 

Length of Program: 90 Credits Completion Award: A.A. Degree

 

Faculty and Advising Contacts

 

Steve Bogart

Rm 5333

206-546-6986

  

Shana Calaway

Rm 5308

206-546-4628

 

Shannon Flynn

Rm 5346

206-546-4705

 

Kathryn King

Rm 2810

206-546-4698

       

Fred Kuczmarski

Rm 5348

206-546-6993

 

Sarah Leyden

Rm 5357

206-546-5819

   

Juliet Lovejoy

Rm 5311

206-546-4574 

    

Lauren Sandven

Rm 2811

206-533-6795

 

Nirmala Savage

Rm 2819

206-533-6610   

Program Description

The 90 credit Associate in Arts transfer degree is designed to meet the general education requirements at Washington State four-year institutions and prepares students for a Bachelor of Arts or Science degree in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics or Statistics. Mathematics is an excellent choice for further graduate studies in Math, Statistics, Education, Medicine and Law.

 

Mathematics — What is it?
Mathematics is the study of structure, form and the relationship among numerical, geometric and logical constructs. While mathematics is a field that serves science, it also stands on its own as a discipline worthy of independent study. Applied mathematics focuses on the application of math to other fields.


Areas of Study in Mathematics:

Arithmetic, Algebra, Trigonometry, Discrete Mathematics, Probability and Statistics, Calculus, Analytic Geometry, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, Mathematical Modeling, and Mathematics Applications to Business, Economics, Engineering and Technology.

 

Career Opportunities — What can I do with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics?
Mathematicians develop critical thinking, analytical reasoning and problem solving skills that apply to multiple career fields, such as research and development, testing, design, operations, statistical analysis, risk management, computer programming, data processing, networking, investment, sales and teaching.


Potential employers include:

Business, Manufacturing Firms, Market Research Firms, Government Agencies, Consulting Firms, Insurance Agencies, Computer Companies, Banks and Financial Organizations, Public and Private Schools. For more, please visit Career Counseling.

 

Transfer Possibilities — Where can I transfer?
An Associate Degree from Shoreline  makes it possible for students to transfer to public and private colleges and universities throughout the U.S. with junior standing. Shoreline also ha s agreements with several universities to make transferring even easier. Please visit our transfer agreements page for a list of those options.  For transfer within Washington State, we offer a special degree called the AA-DTA. For international students, Shoreline also has conditional admission agreements that allow a student to be simultaneously accepted by Shoreline and a university of the student's choosing.