What can I do with a math degree?

While some math graduates choose to become math teachers or mathematicians, there are many other options. When combined with any number of other majors or minors, the degree is really very versatile.

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, but are not limited to:

"I often compare my job to being a detective. Actuaries have to find out, not only what the numbers are telling us, but more importantly why. I enjoy the variety of projects and problem solving, it's not the same thing day in and day out."
-- Laura Nieport, Actuarial Analyst at Celina Insurance Group, Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics, '06
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Math degree career choices include:

  • Actuarial science 
    • employment projected to grow 26 percent by the year 2022! (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
  • Systems analysis
  • Engineering
  • Operations research analysis
  • Economics
  • Urban Planning
  • Budget analysis
  • Cost estimation
  • Financial markets

UF math students enjoy problem-solving and analyzing data through a robust curriculum of calculus, linear algebra and upper-level math courses.

Learn about The University of Findlay's Noyce Scholarship Program.