What you can do with a Math degree

In today's information-overload world, the modern citizen is routinely confronted by a maze of numbers and data of various forms. To be able to make sense out of this, an increased knowledge of mathematics is essential. Mathematics is at the heart of many of today's advancements in science and technology and are contributing to progress in other fields such as industrial and architectural design, economics, biology, linguistics, and psychology. Studying mathematics can provide you with a competitive advantage in many fields. An undergraduate degree in math can also give you a firm foundation for further study in a variety of other disciplines.

Actuarial, Business, and Finance
  • Actuary
  • Applied Mathematician
  • Benefits Specialist
  • Business Analyst
  • Communications Engineer
  • Economic Analyst
  • Financial Analyst
  • Investment Analyst
  • Investment Manager
  • Market Researcher
  • Product Developer
Computer and Information Sciences
  • Computer and Information Research Scientist
  • Computer Programmer
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Cryptanalyst
  • Database Administrator
  • Operations Research Analyst
  • Software Developer
  • Systems Analyst
  • Biomathematican
  • Biometrician
  • Demographer
  • Econometrician
  • Psychometrician
  • Quality Control Analyst
  • Statistician
Teaching/Academic Research
  • College or University Professor or Instructor
  • Teacher (Elementary through High School)

Emerging Fields

  • Computational Biology and Genomics
  • Computer Animation/Digital Imaging
  • Data Mining
  • Neuroscience
  • Materials Science