Career Opportunities

What careers do math/stat majors pursue? Mathematicians develop a well-rounded knowledge base as are highly successful in many careers.

NOTE: Some of the listed career options may require additional education and/or training beyond the bachelor's degree.

Business/Industry

Engineering Analyst

Financial Analyst

Statistician

Technical Writer

Communications Engineer

Fluid Dynamics Analyst

Consultant

Grant Proposal Writer

Product Developer

Market Researcher

Computer and Information Sciences

Computer Programmer

Data Processor

Database Manager

Applications Programmer

Systems Analyst

Computer Applications Engineer

Control Systems Engineer

Numerical Analyst

Statistics

Analytical Statistician

Theoretical Statistician

Demographer

Quality Control Analyst

Econometrician

Psychometrician

Biometrician

Actuarial and Insurance

Actuary

Accountant

Investment Analyst

Benefits Specialist

Financial Planner

Health

Ecologist

Biomathematician

Biomedical Engineer

Operations Research

Operations Analyst

Systems Engineer

Teaching

Junior High/High School Teacher

Community College Instructor

College and University Instructor


Graduate/Professional School Opportunities

A Bachelor's degree in mathematics and/or statistics is an excellent base for students planning to pursue a master's or doctorate degree in a more specialized or technical field such as business administration, computer engineering, computer science, operations research, statistics, or economics. Additionally mathematics or statistics is an appropriate pre-professional degree for students considering fields such as law, business, or medicine.

Consider our combined Bachelor's/Master's Program