Associate of Science Degree
Math plays a huge role in our lives. As a mathematician, you can make lasting contributions to society by helping solve problems in such diverse fields as medicine, management, economics, government, computer science, physics, psychology, engineering and social science.
Our mathematics program is characterized by a balance between theory and application. Appropriate technology is integrated at all levels of the curriculum. Employment of math occupations is projected to grow 28% from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for most occupations, resulting in about 42,900 new jobs. Businesses will need mathematicians to analyze the increasing volume of digital and electronic data. Math occupations had a median annual wage of $80,270 in May 2014, which was higher than the median annual wage for all occupations of $35,540. For more information, click here for US Department of Labor Statistics for mathematicians.
|Elementary Linear Algebra||3|
|Applied Differential Equations||3|
|College Physics I||4|
|College Physics II||4|
|Math Major Seminar||2|
Student must choose a minimum of 7 credits from the following courses:
|General Biology I||4|
|General Biology II||4|
|General Chemistry I||4|
|General Chemistry II||4|
|Organic Chemistry I||4|
|Organic Chemistry II||4|
|Intro to Computer Science||4|
|Computer Science I||4|
|Intro to Geographic Info Systems||4|
|Math Applications for Business||4|
|Fundamentals of Statistics||4|
Students must complete general education requirements that will provide students a general knowledge to help them complete a degree at CWC.
|Writing Level I||3|
|Writing Level II||3|
|American & Wyoming Government||3|
Meet your professors
Passionate about math, Mike Bostick, enjoys teaching math and helping students comprehend and solve tough math concepts.
Jennifer Kellner has taught mathematics for more than ten years at CWC.
Kate teaches in the CWC Adult Education and High School Equivalency Department.