Where Can Math Take You?

Studying Mathematics provides a foundation for students that want to understand how to approach problems with mathematical solutions. Although mathematics might be challenging, it is rewarding and fun.

Students who major in mathematics have many opportunities. Studying mathematics prepares students for traditional pursuits like graduate study, work as an actuary, and teaching. Students with a love of mathematics combine it with a pre-professional curriculum or a major in the engineering to provide a solid background for employment in a field related to mathematics.

Studying mathematics allow student to develop critical thinking, analytical thinking, problem solving, time management, communication, quantitative reasoning, teamwork, independence, and ability to manipulate precise and intricate ideas.

The mathematical economics major offer an opportunity for students with an interest in business and mathematics or economics to combine these interests. It gives students an opportunity to explore the e relationship between economics and mathematics. The combination of mathematics and economics prepares the student to go onto graduate study in finance or economics, or to go into the business world.

Career opportunities are very many for students who study mathematics. They may pursue career paths in science, business or technical fields or disciplines like social services, government and education. Some of the occupations that mathematics graduates enter include: accountant, computer programmer, engineer, lawyer, mathematician, theoretical mathematician, market researcher, banking, space/aircraft industry, actuary, doctor, investment manager, numerical analyst, statistician, teacher, and systems analyst





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