Some people study mathematics for its own sake. They find algebra, calculus, geometry and logic interesting and they love a challenge. Others study it because they will work in a mathematics-related field, such as finance, statistics, physics, engineering, chemistry – the list goes on. Whether you are one of these people or not, any study of mathematics, great or small, will strengthen your reasoning skills.

At College of DuPage, we serve all of these different types of people with their different goals. Whether the math courses you take at College of DuPage are transferred to a four-year college or university, are refresher courses that improve your basic skills, or used to prepare you for a new job, you can be confident that you will receive a high-quality education from a strong faculty interested in you successfully learning math.


Contact Information

Health and Sciences Division
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2616, (630) 942-2010



  • Henry Gordon

    Henry GordonMathematics

    "I was talking with a friend of mine who attends UIC, and he was surprised at the topics that we covered in my Calculus II class at COD that he never learned until later classes. The education provided at COD is first-rate and even better in some areas when compared to big universities. I'm getting a quality yet affordable education at College of DuPage." 


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  • Jose Macias

    Jose MaciasMathematics

    "My advice to other students is to never let anyone stand in your way of your goal. Once you have a clear vision on your future, run in full sprint to obtain it."

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  • Greg Gauthier

    Greg GauthierMathematics

    "I am very grateful for the opportunity to take advanced classes with such great professors as Bob Cappetta and James Africh. COD gave me the opportunity to challenge myself and learn more while still a full-time high school student."

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