# Math Schools

In Santa Barbara, California

The city of Santa Barbara has 3 schools where math faculty can find employment. The following statistics and charts help analyze the current state of the math academic community in Santa Barbara, and the future trends. Academia in math includes math training at the following levels:

- Math Certificate
- Associates degree in Math
- Bachelors degree in Math
- Masters degree in Math
- PhD degree in Math

## Statistics

# Professional Trends

## Santa Barbara Vs. California Math Employment

Santa Barbara | No data |

California | 10,280 |

## Santa Barbara Vs. California Math employment growth

3,770 | 7,430 | 8,320 | 9,130 | 10,280 |

No data | No data | No data | No data | No data |

2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 |
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- Grey: California
- Dark Yellow: Santa Barbara

## Math VS. All professions salaries in Santa Barbara

No data | No data | No data | No data | No data |

No data | No data | No data | $45,310 | $47,230 |

2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 |
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- Light Blue: Math in Santa Barbara
- Dark Yellow: All Professions in Santa Barbara

The decline in the salary of math professionals in Santa Barbara is faster than the salary trend for all careers in the city.

## Salary percentiles for Math professionals in Santa Barbara

No data at this time. |

## Average Salaries for Math professionals and related professions in Santa Barbara

Math |
$0 |

Accounting |
$51,265 |

Liberal Arts |
$86,220 |

# Educational Trends

## Math schools in Santa Barbara

There are 3 accredited math schools in the city. Many of Santa Barbara's math professionals are graduates of one of these schools.

## Math Programs Offered In Santa Barbara

associate |
1 |

bachelor |
4 |

master |
3 |

doctor |
2 |

Certificate |
0 |

Total | 10 |

There are a total of 10 degree and certificate programs in math offered by Santa Barbara's math schools.

## Student Completed Math Degrees In Santa Barbara

associate |
11 |

bachelor |
106 |

master |
30 |

doctor |
14 |

Certificate |
0 |

Total | 161 |

Approximately 161 students completed math courses in 2010.