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Do you like Math? Do you need help learning Math skills so you can get ahead in life? if you answer yes, join us at Barton Community College.

Math play an important role in our everyday life. Businesses function better with employees who have math skills. Barton's faculty is committed to helping you achieve this essential skill by providing innovative teaching using multimedia tech.

Barton Community College offers three math pathways. The pathways allow students to enroll in college-level mathematics course is relevant to the student's program of study. This helps students by progressing them through their program of study faster. Students pursuing a STEM program will enroll in either College Algebra or Calculus I. Students studying business and accounting may choose the STAT pathway. Student working in a non-STEM area such as the arts or humanities can choose the Liberal Arts pathway. Check out the list below for various employment opportunities that involve Math.

Curriculum Guides
Curriculum Guides

Associate in Science
Math Education

Check out the Course Search for a full listing of courses available.

Students Preparing to Transfer
Students Preparing to Transfer

Barton Community College's mathematics curriculum is designed to provide the general education requirement and core mathematics courses for students.  Note that electives must meet the requirements of the transfer institution and students should coordinate with their advisor for transfer requirements.

Upon Completion
Upon Completion

Upon completion of Barton Community College's Math program, our students will be able to:

  • Be able to communicate the justification for a theorem or mathematical concept
  • Determine and analyze the relationships between data (numerical), functions, and graphs
Discover Career Paths
Discover Career Paths

Math skills can be used in a variety of industries:

  • Accounting and finance
  • Actuary
  • Applied mathematician
  • Civil engineer
  • Computer scientist
  • Cryptologist
  • Data analyst
  • Economist
  • Education
  • Financial mathematician
  • Inventory strategist
  • Market researcher
  • Operations research analyst
  • Public policy research
  • Research scientist
  • Sales
  • Software developer
  • Statistician
  • Technical writer

Visit the What Can I Do with My Major? webpage to find helpful resources on career paths, employers and more!