Mathematics occurs in the workplace and schools─it’s everywhere. Math plays out when grocery shopping, creating budgets, paying bills, measuring ingredients while cooking or baking, managing time, and driving.
As a Mathematics major, you know there’s more than meets the Pi. While it can be challenging, it’s also creative and fun. You’ll sharpen your critical thinking, problem-solving, and analytical skills. You can focus your interest in mathematics on various areas, such as theory and concepts or applied math.
What does a Mathematics major study?
- Abstract Algebra
- Introduction to Computer Programming
What can I do with a Mathematics degree?
Because of the skills you’ll develop as a Mathematics major, you’ll be well positioned to start your career in various industries. Here are some opportunities to consider:
- Adult Education and Literacy Teachers
- Architectural and Civil Drafters
- Calibration Technicians
- Data Scientists
Specializations for a Mathematics major:
- Mathematics for Education
- Applied and Computational Mathematics
- Mathematical Biology
What are the requirements for a Mathematics degree?
Your academic institution will outline the requirements for graduation. Check the general catalog for details about your degree. Zero in on your career interests in mathematics. Then speak with your academic advisor to determine which track (BS or BA) may best suit your needs.