If you’ve ever wondered whether math is useful in “the real world,” Technical Mathematics proves the answer is definitely “yes.” A surprising number of jobs require math – from plumbers to bank tellers. Technical Mathematics builds the practical skills and knowledge needed to get the work done.
In addition to using their skills for industrial and trade occupations in the field, technical mathematics students are better prepared to step into management roles that require budgeting, timekeeping, and financial projections.
- Construction supervisors
- Planners and Estimators
- Graphic designers
- Machinists and Machine tool operators
Career Education and Workforce Development
Phone: (707) 256-7258
Dr. Douglas Marriott
Senior Dean, Career Education and Academic Pathways
2277 Napa-Vallejo Highway, 94558, Napa, CA
Program Coordinator, Machine Tool Technology
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, 94558, Napa, CA
Phone: (707) 256-7132