Student workin in Math Lab

Do you love math? A degree in Mathematics can provide students with strong analytical skills needed to pursue a bachelor’s degree in a mathematics-related program.

About this Program

This program is in the Division of Arts and Sciences.

Check your progress

As a current student, you can track your progress towards completion using DSCC's Degree Planning System (DegreeWorks).


During the sophomore year, all students planning to teach should meet the PRAXIS Core Academic Skills for Educators or ACT testing requirements for their transfer institution. For information about registering for the PRAXIS I examination, test center locations, and cost, visit the PRAXIS Core Test Site


The MATHEMATICS emphasis (Tennessee Transfer Pathway) is designed to satisfy the requirements of the first two years of a transfer program in Mathematics. Students will find this area of emphasis appropriate for majoring in science or engineering at the transfer institution.

Degree plan requirements for the Mathematics emphasis by catalog year:
2021-2022, 2020-2021, 2019-2020, 2018-2019, 2017-2018

Typical jobs: Mathematical technicians, mathematicians or mathematics teacher after obtaining a bachelor's degree.