• Overview
  • An equation for success.

    From research and development of new technology and products, to financial analysis for businesses, to teaching in the classroom, the opportunities for math majors are as exciting as they are diverse.

    In this program, you will build advanced problem-solving and quantitative reasoning skills that are valued in a number of professions. Depending on your career goals, you may learn how to apply your math skills to design and analyze experiments, develop technology, research scientific phenomena, calculate financial risk, operate successful business, teach students, and much more.

    The program offers special opportunities to engage in math-related research and to participate in the Mathematical Association of America Putnam Examination, the most prestigious mathematics competition in the nation.

  • Degree Fit
  • This degree could be a good fit if you:
    • Think math is fun
    • Enjoy an intellectual challenge
    • Like to solve problems and puzzles
    • Are an analytical, logical thinker
    • Have a strong work ethic
  • Career Outcomes
  • With this degree, you could become a/an:
    • Financial analyst
    • Computer programmer
    • Engineer
    • Insurance, business and financial consultant
    • Security consultant
    • Professional in business technology, research and product development (develop new software, hardware, Internet applications or security and data management systems)
    • Teacher
    • Professor and researcher (generally requires a graduate degree)