What Can I Do with a Degree in Mathematics?
We live in a quantitative and technological world where workers proficient in mathematics are valued. The student of mathematics will find numerous employers in business, industry and government who want to hire mathematically talented individuals with strong problem-solving and analytical skills. A major earned in mathematics demonstrates to employers that the prospective employee pursues intellectual challenges.
The USI Department of Mathematics offers a curriculum of a 30-semester hour mathematical foundation along with nine semester hours of electives to prepare students for a future in mathematics.
Mathematics students at USI are taught by faculty with varied specialties devoted to both their students and their research. As a mathematics student at USI you will study:
- Mathematical Logic
- Linear and Abstract Algebra
- Electives from:
- FIRST JOBS
Recent USI graduates have begun their careers as:
- Graduate Research Assistants
- Insurance Analysts
- Graduate Students
- CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
A bachelor's degree in mathematics provides numerous options for employment in the future. If a student couples a mathematics degree with a major or minor in business, economics, computer science, engineering, one of the sciences or education, even more opportunities are available. Below are just a few of the career options for a student with a degree in mathematics:
- Actuarial Science
- Market Researcher
- Operations Research
- Education Markets Manager
- Elementary School Mathematics Specialist
- Secondary School Mathematics Teacher
- Mathematical Statistician
- University Mathematics Professor
- Director of Inventory Control
- Environmental Consultant
- Quality Control Analyst
- Numerical Analyst
- Product Analyst
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