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Analyze, Conclude, Solve & Understand
Develop analytical skills and the habit of thinking critically and testing conclusions
with a foundation in mathematics.
Mathematics studies one of the foundational building blocks of the universe—numbers.
Practically speaking, we use math everyday—adjusting recipes while cooking, figuring
out cost when something is discounted and measuring medicine based on weight. We use
math when we are handling money, dealing with distance and calculating time. Math
courses are often requirements for many majors and a two-year degree in math is an
excellent choice for people going into computer science, engineering, accounting,
physics and other sciences. Because you may not know where or when or how much math
may be required in the major and career you have chosen, it’s good to get a solid
foundation in it early on.
In our mathematics program, you may:
Pursue an Associate in Science degree with an emphasis in Mathematics prior to transfer
Prepare for a 4-year degree in math, physics, accounting, engineering and many other
Strengthen your analytical mind and problem-solving abilities
Kishwaukee College’s Community Education program has launched a new Agriculture Workshop Series that highlights various aspects of farming and food production. The classes will teach participants self-sustaining farming practices, which can be turned into entrepreneurial opportunities.
Kishwaukee College is pleased to announce its Part-Time Student Honors List for Spring 2021. To be eligible for this honor, a student must have completed a minimum of 6 (but less than 12) semester hours of college-level courses at Kish with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.