Math students learn the important life skill of using logic and reason to carefully
analyze situations, making them attractive to many types of employers and graduate
programs. Mathematics uses theory, computational techniques, algorithms, and the latest
computer technology to solve economic, scientific, engineering and business problems.
Mathematics students can choose from the following optional career tracks: Actuarial,
Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics, or Statistics.
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- Actuarial Science
- Systems Development
- Corporate and Consumer Credit Analysis