Students interested in mathematics will find the array of courses available at Schoolcraft covering basic math, intermediate algebra, trigonometry, statistics, pre-calculus, calculus, calculus with analytic geometry, linear algebra, and differential equations. Students can also expand their mathematics educational opportunities through a variety of student activities, clubs, and organizations:
- Join the Math and Physics Club, which offers challenging activities and an annual competition.
- Compete for the Pythagorean Prize, which honors two top winners each year with cash prizes and recognition.
- Publish student-authored articles and research in The Right Angle.
There is currently no certificate or degree program offered in Mathematics. Some or all of the courses listed below may be required/recommended or applied toward a certificate or degree program in another area of study. These courses may also be taken for personal or professional interest or for transfer to a four-year college or university.
Students interested in studying Mathematics should talk to their Academic Advisor about transfer guides and articulation agreements with Schoolcraft College. Students interested in studying Mathematics at a 4-year university may be interested in completing the Associate of Arts, Associate of Engineering, or the Associate of Science degree at Schoolcraft College.