By learning mathematics, students develop their reasoning abilities and problem-solving skills. Understanding numbers and shapes, formulas and processes, and chances and algorithms sets the foundation for our students to succeed in other sciences and to better understand the world around them. Our implementation of equitable practices helps ensure our students’ needs as learners are met. Our faculty is devoted to the teaching of mathematics, and we want to spread our excitement about this mighty discipline to our students and community.
Career options for mathematics majors include actuary, accountant, mathematician, statistician, teacher, and work in various computer-related fields.
Academic Programs in Mathematics
The academic maps will give you an idea of the classes you need to take. However, please meet with a counselor to personalize your education plan.
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- Math Career Options Video: Learn all about career options in Math.
- Meet Our Team
- Math Support Courses: Learn about Math Support Courses designed to increase student success.
- Math Sequence (Flowchart): See how your courses connect to each other for different careers.
- Math Learning Center (MLC): Access free onground and online tutoring (both drop-in and scheduled appointments) in Mathematics, Statistics, and Philosophy 110 courses.
- Tutoring & Academic Support Center (TASC): Take a free Student Success Workshop or receive academic assistance free of charge.
- Spark Program: Gain intenstive and accelerated review of pre-requisite concepts to prepare for success in Math and Science courses, specifically in Math 115 or Math 126.
- AMATYC contest
- Testing and prerequisites
- What to take after Math 64
- Math videos by Julie Harland
- Math videos by Shannon Myers
- Math Club
- Request Additional Information: Learn more about all that MiraCosta College has to offer.
- Gainful Employment Program Disclosure
Discover the success of our students in certificate programs that lead to employment.
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- Mark Laurel
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- Serena Mercado
- Shannon Myers
- Lemee Nakamura
- Victoria Noddings
- Zika Perovic
- Brent Pickett
- Beth Powell
- Leila Safaralian