Mathematics is a powerful tool with many applications. Those with strong math skills are in demand. Advanced mathematical training can lead to many career opportunities including business, finance, medicine, technology, engineering, and basic sciences.
The Mathematics option is a curriculum which allows broad flexibility in selection of courses in preparation for transfer to baccalaureate or professional programs in mathematics. The Mathematics Education option is designed for transfer to a four-year program leading to certification for teaching.
Our students interact with and take courses from outstanding faculty. The Department of Mathematics at CCM is comprised of faculty with backgrounds in pure mathematics, applied mathematics, and statistics with experience in corporate, consulting and public education. Our faculty strive to strengthen the mathematical foundation of all CCM students. The quality of our instructional programs is a top priority. We take pride in the quality and variety of opportunities available to our students. Our small class sizes and individual attention help students develop confidence in their mathematical abilities, become effective critical thinkers, grow academically and become productive members of society.
- Data Analyst
- Financial Analyst
- Financial Planner
- Investment analyst
- Market Research Analyst
- Operations research analyst
- Teacher (K-12, Higher Education)
Transfer opportunities are available for students who wish to complete a more advanced degree in mathematics or other studies. Upon completion of the associate degree, students may elect to transfer to a four-year institution to further their education. The Mathematics option has strong transfer opportunities and agreements. Students in this program have transferred to:
- Harvard University
- Montclair State University
- New Jersey Institute of Technology
- Rutgers University
- Stevens Institute of Technology
- and more.
- Centenary University
- Fairleigh Dickinson University
- William Paterson University
Department of Mathematics
Sheffield Hall, Room 319
Professor Alexis Thurman