Hone your skills through theory and application and be propelled to grad school or high-demand careers in business and industry.

The math program is a balance between theory and application, beginning in the pre-calculus sequence and continuing through upper division courses. Appropriate technology is integrated at all levels of the curriculum. You will be able to demonstrate the ability to create, formulate, understand, and communicate mathematical conjectures, arguments, and proof. At the end of the program, you are prepared to enter graduate school or business and industry. You may also complete courses required for secondary teaching certification.

Related Careers

• Cost estimator, $68,420
• Logistician, $78,740
• Tax examiner, $59,140
• Math science occupations, $90,460
• Actuaries, $114,850
• Mathematician, $104,700
• Research analyst, $86,510
• Statistician, $88,980
• Secondary school math teacher, $62,860

Career data and salary information is from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

“The mathematics department at Lewis-Clark State College has incorporated high level topics classes into the available classes. These topics courses can easily be applied to any major in the STEM program. In addition, the material covered in these topics classes prepare students for what might be encountered in future careers ... The mathematics professors and instructors are willing to and go out of their way to expand students’ knowledge and understanding of math concepts.” - Kate Hunter ‘20

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