Associate in Science (A.S.)

The College is no longer accepting new applications, or program change requests, for A.S. in Mathematics. Students who wish to pursue this subject should explore our A.S. in Liberal Arts, which includes a variety of math and science courses. Please reach out to an admissions counselor or academic advisor to discuss your options.

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The workforce needs people who can use math to critically analyze situations and make data-informed decisions. When you can speak the language of numbers, you'll find career opportunities in fields like finance, law, healthcare, sports, and more.

A.S. Program Overview

Imagine a world without numbers; it's impossible, isn't it? Numbers are everywhere, and they impact everything from healthcare to the global economy — which is why the world needs mathematicians.

Coursework includes advanced math like calculus and statistics as well as applied math such as computer programming and data science. Improve your problem-solving critical thinking skills while acquiring the education you need to transfer into a bachelor's program.

A.S. Program Outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this degree program, students will have the ability to:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in writing at the college level.
  • Develop proficiency in oral discourse.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in critical thinking.
  • Develop the ability to use computer technology for research and production.
  • Recognize the knowledge, skills, and values that will contribute to involvement in one's community.
  • Identify the knowledge and skills necessary to live interdependently in a diverse, sustainable global community.
  • Demonstrate the ability to comprehend, interpret, analyze, and evaluate college-level materials.

Seamless Transfer Opportunities

A.S. Mathematics graduates have successfully transferred to a number of public and private four-year institutions. In addition, FLCC maintains transfer articulation agreements with the following schools:

  • Rochester Institute of Technology
  • St. John Fisher University
  • SUNY Geneseo
  • University of Rochester

Four-Year Career Pathways

While becoming a mathematician is one career you may choose, there are also many other career paths that rely on a solid foundation in mathematics, including:

  • Actuarial Science
  • Data Science
  • Financial Planning
  • Insurance Underwriting
  • Operations Research
  • Statistics

Low-Cost Tuition and Scholarship Opportunities

Earn a quality education at an affordable rate. With our low cost-per-credit and general scholarship opportunities, you can maximize your potential with minimal debt. Over 75% of FLCC students receive financial awards that reduce the cost of college — or cover it completely!

As a math student, you may also be eligible for the following scholarships:

  • FLCC Mathematics Department Award in Memory of Sherman Hunt
  • Mathematics Department Award for Excellence
  • Brenda S. (Brockman) Beck Memorial

For details on these scholarships, contact the FLCC Foundation.


Our faculty and instructors hold a variety of advanced degrees in mathematics, math education, and statistics. They are all dedicated to the betterment of their students and have years of experience teaching in higher education.

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"My professors urged me to push beyond what I saw as my limitations and exposed me to great opportunities like Research Experiences for Undergraduates. I was able to conduct research on graph theory and was invited to present my findings at conferences in Ohio and Colorado. I also served as a Supplemental Instructor and a math tutor."