Do you enjoy working with numbers and figuring out not just how, but why equations work?
Studying mathematics involves much more than just arithmetic. Math is also about learning how to think and gaining an understanding of the relationships between things in ways that describe the world around us. We use math in everything from calculating tips at a restaurant to determining the motion of planets. Careers you can pursue with a math degree are varied, offering you a wide range of roles to choose from.
The math associate degree program at Aims is challenging, but you’ll get plenty of support from your instructors during and after class. With small class sizes and plenty of opportunities for one-on-one support, instructors will help you connect the dots between the theories and practical applications.
Earning an associate degree in math at Aims starts you on the path to earning a bachelor’s degree while paying less in tuition. Thanks to a statewide agreement between community colleges and universities, when you earn your associate degree at Aims you can transfer to any participating four-year public university in Colorado as a junior and earn your bachelor’s degree in mathematics. Taking your general education degree requirements and electives at Aims instead of a four-year institution can save you considerable cost.
At Aims, your instructors, Pathway Advisors and coaches at the Aims Transitions Center will work together to guide you through the transfer process.
Are you excited to study calculus in-depth and hone your mathematical thinking skills? Explore your options for earning an associate degree in math at Aims.