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Program Overview & Career Opportunities

A mathematician’s well-developed reasoning ability and precision can be applied in a variety of careers in business, industry, government and education. Mathematicians work as statisticians or biostatisticians, quality control analysts, financial analysts, insurance actuaries, teachers, operations research professionals, technical writers and high tech entrepreneurs. Mathematics majors are frequently preferred over computer scientists by agencies such as NASA and NSA. Professionals in all of these diverse careers are supported by the knowledge and skills they gained by having a strong background in mathematics.

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