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 Mathematics and Computer Systems courses fulfill college core requirements and are required by many major programs in the sciences and social sciences.  So even if you aren't looking to pursue a degree as an actuary, or a computer programmer; mathematics and computer science are essential in solving many real-world problems in today's society.  Start here for some of our best resources in math and computer science.


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