Mathematics

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Associate of Applied Science Degree

Mathematician might not be the first job that comes to mind when considering what to study or which degree to work toward. But math is valuable in many jobs, from computer science to physics or engineering. ENMU-Roswell’s Associate of Applied Science degree in Mathematics is perfect for the analytical or science-minded students who want postsecondary education and want to prepare for a four-year program. It’s a fantastic way to get your required 101’s out of the way for a fraction of the cost if your end goal is a bachelor’s degree from a “tech” university. Our mathematics degree is a strong foundation for future problem-solvers or those in pursuit of other high level degrees.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Students will demonstrate mathematical and statistical reasoning and computation of equations necessary to implement the creative and effective solution of real-world problems in engineering, math, and science.
  • Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills necessary to solve complex mathematical problems that require precision and accuracy of results.
  • Students will demonstrate functional knowledge of scientific content in fields such as Chemistry, Biology, Geology, and Physics, so they will be able to understand and explain the fundamental forces and mechanisms at work that govern our planet and universe.
  • Students will be able to articulate in writing and orally the fundamental principles of mathematical application and sound experimental design based upon reasoning, logic, computation, and sound analytical processes.

From Our Students:

“Once upon a time, there was a professor named Mr. Speer. And there was also a girl who was rather dreadfully terrified of math. One day, Mr. Speer glanced down at someone’s Starbucks and decided to give a lecture using graphs to portray the benefits of black coffee over a lifetime. Sophie thought that was tremendous and wonderfully engaging. Perhaps Calculus wouldn’t be so bad after all.”

“Great instructor, but I wish we had more students in our class who could benefit from his teaching skills.”

 

“Having not taken a math class in 20 plus years, this class was perfect for someone like me. The course is a great refresher.”