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When you study mathematics at Normandale, you’ll take foundational math courses and general education courses that will put you on a path to pursue your bachelor’s degree in mathematics. 

Associate Degree in Mathematics

The courses in our mathematics program emphasize calculus, and you’ll also diversify your learning by taking communications and natural science courses as part of our liberal arts program.  

These courses are much more affordable than what you would find at a four-year college or university and they easily transfer as part of the Minnesota State Transfer Pathway. Why pay more for foundational math classes at a university?

What Can You Do With a Mathematics Degree?

When you study toward a degree in mathematics, you can pursue a wide variety of STEM careers. Math forms the foundation for numerous jobs in a variety of industries and disciplines. Students who study math are in high demand; you’ll develop critical skills to solve real-world problems. 

Mathematicians have careers in fields like 

  • Accounting
  • Banking
  • Economics
  • Engineering
  • Government
  • Insurance
  • Software engineering

Julie Guelich Math Center

Julie Guelich Math Center

College Readiness

What is College Readiness in Mathematics?

What Makes Our Associate Degree in Mathematics Unique?

Normandale’ mathematics program offers a comprehensive approach to the study of mathematics. Upon graduation with an associate degree in mathematics, you’ll be ready to continue your study of mathematics as a junior to work toward a bachelor degree at a Minnesota State university. 

Mathematics Program Basics

Pursue your associate degree in Mathematics, then continue to study at a four-year university.  

Mathematics Faculty

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