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Mathematics

Math students working on mathematics equations with their mathematics instructor during class near Wichita at Butler Community College

Mastering Mathematics is more than worth it

As you progress in math, you learn how to apply these tangible skills to solving problems in science, engineering, IT, economics and agriculture. Whether you advance into Differential Equations or stop at College Algebra, critical thinking skills learned in math courses teach you how to collect and understand data, rephrase (and solve) real world problems in a quantitative framework, and communicate evidence-based analysis to instructors and employers. At Butler, you're going to get top-quality instruction and save money getting a credit you can take anywhere. 

Not a “Math” person? No need to worry!

Through our new way of teaching math in a module format, students succeed at a 20% higher success rate.

Do math the Butler way. At Butler, we offer College Algebra and our developmental math courses split up into a module format:

  • Each module is five weeks long
  • By taking five-week modular courses, you only take what you need
  • Take "My Math Plan" assessment to determine the modules you need

Now offering Math "Live" Online

Butler is offering several different math courses in a live online format. What does that mean? Virtual classes are held at scheduled times with an instructor to teach and answer questions in real-time. It's like taking a class from your living room!

Estimated tuition for Mathematics = $10,020**

**This includes two years of tuition based on being a Kansas Resident and taking 60 credit hours, estimated fees, and estimated books. Housing and meal plans not included. Fees may vary depending on specific degree path.

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CAREERS IN THIS FIELD

The graph below illustrates local salaries based on a career path related to this degree. Each career path varies as does the necessary training required.* For further information, connect with your program’s lead instructor.

Actuaries


$48.01 hourly wage
30 annual job openings


414 Actuaries are currently employed in Kansas.


*Salaries will vary based on degree level obtained and years of experience. The accuracy of EMSI data is deemed reliable but not guaranteed by Butler Community College and is subject to change.