Majors

Majors within the Department of Mathmatics and Computer Science

Majors & Programs About Degree Type
Actuarial Science

Our actuarial science program is designed to prepare students for careers in the highly regarded actuarial field; the mathematical backbone of the insurance and pension industries. Actuaries... Read More

Computer Science

Our exceptionally strong curriculum will prepare you well for the many options available to those who enter this exciting field. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job prospects have... Read More

Integrated Mathematics Education

This major combines our exceptional math and education programs and prepares students to become excellent secondary math teachers. Students are mentored in their academic preparation by highly... Read More

Mathematics

The mathematics curriculum is designed to prepare students for graduate school and industry. You may not be aware of the variety of career opportunities that are available to mathematics majors... Read More

Career Outlook for Mathematics Majors

Mathematics training often leads to careers in actuarial science, statistics, engineering and physics. Those with a bachelor’s degree and proper licensure often become teachers of mathematics. Many mathematicians work for the federal and state governments including the Department of Defense. Private sector employers include research and development companies, technical consulting firms and insurance companies. Experts anticipate average job growth of about 23 percent between 2012 and 2022, "much faster than the average for all occupations." Learn More about careers for mathematics majors!

Career Outlook for Computer Science Majors

It’s a good time to be a computer science major! Job prospects in the field have been extremely strong for several years now and are expected to experience a 15 percent growth rate between 2012 and 2022, "faster than average." Learn more about career paths for graduates with a degree in computer science.