Program Contact: Dr. Marius Buliga
Math is the universal language. If you are interested in learning more about this language, then our applied mathematics major may be a great choice for you.
As an applied mathematics major, you'll use math to understand real-world problems like population growth and AIDS-related issues. You'll work on some interesting projects: Ranking sports teams. Looking into renewable energy alternatives. Investing. You may even get a chance to co-write a paper with one of your professors. And get it published in a math journal. Think how good that will look on a resume.
And, there are many career options for math graduates. With the knowledge that you'll have, you'll be needed in many areas: Science and technology. Banking. Civil service. The computer industry. Or, you can go to graduate school to earn a master's or doctoral degree.
What you can do with a degree in Applied Mathematics. Suggested 4-year plan of study.
(See General Education Program and General Requirements for the Bachelor's Degree under Academic Policies and Guidelines for further details.)
Dr. Yong-Zhuo Chen
Division Chair, Professor of Mathematics
103B Fisher Hall
Ms. Andrea Robbins
Instructor of Chemistry
235F Swarts Hall
Dr. Marius Buliga
103 D Fisher Hall
Dr. Mihaela Cristina Drignei
Associate Professor of Mathematics
These are just some of the positions our recent graduates have.
It's easy to apply online or print and mail your form.
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