Many employers recognize that an associate’s degree in mathematics is evidence of high-level training in problem-solving. This makes you a desirable candidate in many possible fields.

In LBCC’s mathematics program, you’ll build a solid foundation in math and physics, preparing you for transfer to Oregon State University to complete your upper-division coursework. Students who enter their studies with a strong background in high school mathematics and science can expect to complete the degree in two years. If you need to take pre-calculus courses, you should expect to spend more than two years in the program.

Hand with chalk writing mathematic equations on a chalk board
LBCC students working with math professor in classroom

Device Requirements

Are you enrolling in Math 050, 075 or 095? If so, you’ll need to bring a laptop, tablet, or other device to class. Note: mobile phones are not compatible with our software. If you don’t have a compatible device, you can either rent one from the Campus Store or buy one. Find out if your device is compatible.

Math Fast Track

Underwhelmed by your math placement results? If you’re familiar with math but you’ve forgotten some concepts, Math Fast Track could save you time and money by helping you place higher. Learn more and read student stories.

Computer Lab and Math Cafe

The mathematics computer lab is located in White Oak Hall room WOH-121, where computers are available to those studying math, biology, engineering, physics, agricultural science, and more.

The math department also has its own cafe, where you can drop in for some friendly help with Math 50, 75, 95 and 98 (no appointment needed). Visit the Math Cafe page.