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About the Program

Mathematics deals with the logical and systematic exploration of numbers, quantities, shapes, and patterns. You'll develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and analytical skills to apply mathematical concepts to real-world problems.

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Potential Careers & Wages

RVC students interested in Mathematics may choose to pursue an Associate in Science to prepare for transfer to a four-year college or university. Mathematics graduates have many career paths to choose from including education, engineering, computer science, mathematician, and more.

Program Pathways

Students should meet with an Academic Advisor to develop a clear pathway leading to a seamless transfer experience or transition to the workforce. For additional possibilities that may require an advanced degree or certification, make an appointment with an Academic Advisor.

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RVC's Math Lab offers free drop-in tutoring for math. (No appointments taken.) Tutors are there to answer your math questions and to help you with your math homework. 

The Math Lab in JCSM-0210 has computers and tables for studying and doing math homework. The computers may be used for any math-related work including online math homework, EAGLE use for math classes, viewing math videos, or visiting math websites. Also, all math textbooks are available for student use in the lab.

Visit the Math Lab for current hours and tutors.

It is strongly recommended that students consult an Academic Advisor before taking Mathematics courses. They help students take the right math courses based on their program, career, and/or transfer goals. 

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