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Mathematics, B.S.

A mathematics degree can lead to a career in:

Identify and evaluate risk, specifically for insurance or investment companies.

Math skills are important in the finance and business sectors.

Prepare for continued study at the graduate level and careers in academia.

Math skills are needed in a variety of government sponsored research and science-related careers.

Mathematical knowledge is critical to careers in civil, aerospace and industrial engineering.

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Learn To

Demonstrate knowledge of basic mathematical and statistical concepts

Demonstrate the ability to locate, evaluate, and effectively use information sources, including appropriate use of technology to apply algorithms and perform mathematical computations

Think critically and apply mathematical and statistical knowledge and reasoning to model and solve problems

Construct and interpret logical arguments, including mathematical proofs

Engage in rigorous mathematical inquiry and express mathematical ideas and results clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing

I was a math major, but I also have a passion for literature and biology. I had to go with the one that I thought would propel me through life.
Alexandria Augi ’20, ’22M
Alexandria Augi ’20, ’22M
Mathematics, B.S. Program Overview

Are You an International Student?

This is a U.S. Department of Homeland Security STEM designated program that allows eligible F1 international students to apply for a 24-month optional practical training extension.