At The University of Findlay, we challenge each student to develop 21st-century math skills.
Students enjoy problem-solving and analyzing data through a robust curriculum of calculus, linear algebra and upper-level math courses.
Jon Stadler, Ph.D., presents "the mathematics of juggling" at Math Day, 2013. Stadler's research interests are mainly in recreational mathematics, including juggling, games, magic and puzzles.
Double majors and math careers
Although you may love numbers and using your critical thinking skills, you may not be aware of the many jobs available to math majors. At The University of Findlay, our math students are usually able to complete a double major in four years, giving them even more career choices. Second majors can include education (adolescent/young adult integrated mathematics), computer science, business or many others.
Career choices include:
- Actuarial science
- Systems analysis
- Operations research analysis
- Urban Planning
- Budget analysis
- Cost estimation
- If you are interested in the adolescent/young adult integrated mathematics major, also visit UF's College of Education.