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Online Mathematics CoursesMath is the foundation of many fields of study and is one of the oldest sciences known to man. The advancement of technology has broadened the career options of math majors and today many can venture to other industries and enjoy lucrative professions. Mathematicians no longer have to limit the practise of their expertise in the academe but can now also reach out to businesses and corporations. Math specialists can have a high-paying job in the finance sector as actuaries or financial analysts or they can also try out the highly challenging product development field in the engineering and IT sector.

Students of an online mathematics certificate program would be taught a number of subjects and topics such as mathematical modelling, statistical design, calculus, matrix algebra, mathematics, management science, computational mathematics, statistical data analysis, databases, and biostatistical methods.

Mathematics majors can earn a good living working in the private sector. The average income for math specialists in the corporate world is $81,240 per year. Businesses that utilize the knowledge and expertise of mathematicians include insurance companies, banks, and IT firms.

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  1. School: University of California, Irvine - Furthering studies in accounting would require whole rounded knowledge and skills from those who would want to be accounting experts. University of California, Irvine offers an academic program that aims to prepare both students and professionals in taking up masters' degree in accounting. UCI pr...
  2. School: University of California, Irvine - Anybody who wishes to acquire competencies associated with business administration must consider taking up additional courses at University of California, Irvine. This fine institution offers its Advanced Pre-MBA Statistics course online, with a goal to provide quality education to students who f...
  3. School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Friday Center - Discrete Mathematics deals with the transition of the subject from computational (or continuous mathematics) to a more theoretical approach. The subject is derived from the properties of integers, mathematical logic, set theory, permutations and computations, as well as relations and functions. I...
  4. School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Friday Center - The Calculus for Business and Social Sciences (MATH 152) is designed to give introductory survey on integral calculus and differential calculus, emphasizing on techniques and applications of different approaches in the fields of social sciences and business organizations. Cross-discipline princip...
  5. School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Friday Center - The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Friday Center offers Precalculus (GE 118) in a correspondence learning format for students who cannot make it to actual classes. Precalculus topics include trigonometry and analytic geometry. It will make use of graphs and trigonometric functions ...
  6. School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Friday Center - The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Friday Center offers the course Special Topics in Mathematics (MATH 118) for those students who need to review their high school Algebra I and II and Geometry. This would be a great help to students who have difficulty in college level Mathematic...
  7. School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Friday Center - For students who have already taken Math 110, they are now eligible to take Precalculus Mathematics (MATH 130). They can take this course online on a self-paced manner. This course meets the UNC-Chapel Hill General Education Requirements but students may not be credited if he/she has already rece...
  8. School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Friday Center - The program Calculus of Functions of One Variable I (MATH 231) is designed to make students develop their interest in calculus, and love for mathematics in general. The course shall initiate deal with the definition, rules, and notations of derivatives, to provide basic understanding of the cours...
  9. School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Friday Center - For engineers and scientists, statistics is a very important course that will provide the necessary tools for experimentation, analysis, planning, and design. This course, Introduction to Statistics for Engineers (ST 361), is a self-paced online program that is designed to specifically address t...
  10. School: University of Phoenix - Statistics is important in research, to be able to gather data needed in interpreting, studying and analyzing research outputs. Business firms and projects all need accurate statistical findings. The University of Phoenix now offers study on statistics and its basic concepts. Statistics in...
  11. School: University of Phoenix - University of Phoenix offers a degree program that covers statistics in its higher form, and its application to business. This program is designed for students who want to expound their knowledge, and level off from basic methods of statistics. It will familiarize participants with additional con...
  12. School: University of Phoenix - The Research and Statistics field is constantly coming up with new changes and developments, which keep statisticians and researchers on their toes. Professionals in the field need to enroll in and attend different seminars, to keep them updated as they try to stay competent with other profession...