Mathematicians are known as creative and disciplined analytical thinkers who bring value to many areas of business, industry, government, finance, insurance, and education. Earning a math undergraduate degree helps you develop skills in reasoning, modeling, and problem solving. You also learn to communicate with clarity and precision.
When earning an undergraduate math degree you gain transferable skills applicable to a wide range of careers. You are also well prepared to go on to graduate or professional school. Our graduate students delve deeper into high-level math, anticipating careers in statistics, medicine, law, the natural sciences, education, or mathematical research.