Mathematics Concentration

This Concentration provides a foundational education in the sciences with a focus on Mathematics, awards a two-year AS degree and sets a solid base for students to transfer to a four-year institution.

This program prepares students for further education and eventual careers in several fields such as:

  • actuarial science
  • operations research
  • biomathematics
  • cryptography
  • finance
  • secondary education


The Mathematics and Science – Mathematics Concentration program will help students think creatively and generate new ideas. Invaluable skills like scientific method, thinking for yourself and problem solving are the core of this program and help students to understand the world around them. Further study in research, natural science, hypothesis development, experimentation, and forming conclusions builds an appreciation for exploration and learning.

Elective classes including history, humanities and foreign languages will enhance the learning experience and give Liberal Arts’ students a better understanding of what concentration and future degree best fits their personal career path.


SUNY Adirondack offers small class sizes and access to dedicated faculty who have years of experience studying in their fields. Students are able to take a variety of classes that not only meet program requirements but also satisfy their interest in biology. Advisors and instructors work closely with students to achieve their goals.

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The Mathematics and Science – Mathematics Concentration degree is designed to prepare students for transfer to a four-year college or university.  SUNY Adirondack maintains articulation agreements with for seamless transfer, such as:

  • SUNY Albany
  • SUNY Plattsburgh
  • SUNY Potsdam
  • College of St. Rose
  • Russell Sage College
  • Siena College

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Recall key facts and theories in science and mathematics.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to work safely and effectively in a science laboratory and/or in the field.
  3. Evaluate the validity of mathematical or scientific information when abstracted from technical, scientific, and/or other sources.
  4. Employ written and verbal communication skills, including the appropriate use of technology, to demonstrate an understanding of mathematical and scientific concepts.
  5. Apply appropriate techniques to correctly solve mathematical or scientific problems.
  6. Formulate mathematical abstractions from patterns, using logical thought processes.