Mathematics (Associate in Science)
Whether you’re thinking of earning a bachelor’s degree or ready to pursue a career, an Associate in Science in mathematics from Creighton University will help you achieve your goals.
Courses are available during the day and in the evening, so you can create a schedule that works for you. When you pursue an associate’s degree from Creighton, you’ll benefit from Creighton’s rich history of delivering academic excellence, including a highly renowned Department of Mathematics.
Creighton is ranked consistently among the best in Midwestern colleges and Universities by U.S. News & World Report, and is also ranked as a “best value.”
An associate’s degree in mathematics is ideal for students who are seeking to broaden their mathematical knowledge in order to pursue a bachelor’s degree in the subject. Others want an associate’s degree to provide them with skills that will enhance their career and open up new opportunities in their fields. A broad-based foundation of mathematical knowledge is an asset that is required in many professional settings.
Career opportunities for mathematicians exist in areas such as
- Space technology
- Business management
- Actuarial science
- Operations research
- Medical research
- Environmental sciences
- Differential equations
- How to analyze and apply mathematical knowledge
- Math Club
The Math Club is open to all mathematics majors and minors and anyone interested in mathematics and its applications. The club promotes fellowship and scholarly activity. Activities include trips to major conferences, seminars and various parties during the academic year.
- Pi Mu Epsilon
The Creighton chapter of the national mathematics fraternity, is open to undergraduate students who have completed two years of college math, including calculus, with a 3.00 GPA, and who are in the top one-third of their class. Sophomores majoring in mathematics who have completed three semesters of college math, including one semester in calculus with a 4.00 GPA, who are in the top quarter of their college class, are also eligible.
For admissions information, visit succeed.creighton.edu.