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Applied Mathematics - BS

Solve real-world problems using mathematics.

WHY STUDY APPLIED MATHEMATICS?

Analysts and others use math to understand real problems such as population growth and AIDS-related issues. To help you gain those problem-solving skills, you’ll work on interesting projects and learn how to use mathematical software to solve problems.

U.S. News & World Report ranked mathematicians 17th on the 100 Best Jobs list of 2019.

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

You’ll learn how to model real-world phenomena from various areas, including business, engineering and science. You will develop reasoning, computational and communication skills that will help you throughout your life and careers.

 

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WHAT CAN I DO WITH A DEGREE IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS?

Job titles:

  • Actuary
  • Statistician
  • Intelligence Analyst
  • Product Analyst
  • Data Scientist
  • Mathematical Modeler
  • Quantitative Financial Analyst
  • Algorithms Engineer
  • Mathematics Teacher

Employers:

  • Academic institutions and research institutes
  • Analytics and forecasting organizations
  • Insurance companies
  • Government labs, research offices and agencies
  • Financial service and investment management firms
  • Consumer products companies
  • Communications services providers

UNIQUE PROGRAM FEATURES

 

Classroom

Distinction one:

Students have good interactions with their professors because of our small class sizes. .

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Distinction two:

Students will develop mathematical reasoning and learn to devise different strategies to solve a variety of real-world problems.

Math teacher

Distinction three:

Students will find various employment opportunities in the industry, including being a math teacher or pursuing a graduate degree.

Mathematics is an extensive field, which can be used in many areas and helps visualize the natural world. Buddy Miller, an applied mathematics major from Bradford, PA