Associate Degree in Liberal Studies – Focus in Mathematics
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About This Program
For some, the mere mention of trigonometry or the notion of algebra is enough to provoke terror. But not you. You see the beauty in a perfectly solved equation and draw satisfaction in the knowledge that the laws of mathematics can answer all problems – given enough time and ingenuity. For you, math makes sense.
And there are many roads where the study of mathematics can take you – from forensic accounting to high finance, programming to economics.
You can start on any of those paths at SMCC, by getting an Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Studies with a focus in Mathematics. The program prepares students to transfer to a baccalaureate program and is built on a foundation of general education classes, supplemented with elective courses that focus heavily on relevant coursework with some specialization in the area of mathematics.
Your Degree Courses
SMCC’s Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Studies with a focus in Mathematics requires a mix of general education and interest-specific courses designed to prepare students to transfer to a four-year institution in the major of their choice. The following courses are only a sampling of what you might take as a Liberal Studies student and are subject to change.
Program Course Sampling
General Education Requirements
- English Composition
- Introduction to Literature
- Electives in the following areas:
- Economics/Political Science
- English Communications
- Fine Arts
- Science with Lab
Current Major-Specific Courses Available
Interested in seeing some of the current major-specific courses being offered as a part of this degree program?
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- Demonstrate skills as critical thinkers, readers and writers.
- Describe the interaction of history, culture, literature, economics and science as studied within a broad liberal arts curriculum.
- Analyze and solve quantitative problems.
Estimated Degree Completion Time
Transfer Agreements for Liberal Studies – Mathematics
Applied Mathematics, BS
University of New England
SMCC Degree Program: Liberal Studies – Mathematics