Because mathematics is the building block for so many interesting career paths, those who master mathematics have significant advantages in the workplace. Mathematics is used extensively in physics, actuarial science, statistics, engineering, operations research, computer science, business and industrial management, economics, finance, chemistry, geology, life sciences, behavioral sciences, and many other fields.
By developing a mastery of mathematical tools and reasoning, students can pursue careers over a wide range of fields. Students in this pathway obviously like math. They typically have taken high school level math courses in middle school or seek to take the highest-level math courses available. Students will complete seven units of math, three of which will be AP courses.