Careers in Math
Here are some careers that will be open to you after obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics.
Education - You can be certified as a high school math teacher or continue your education to teach mathematics at the college and university level.
Business and Industry - You can continue your studies at the graduate level in areas such as statistics, bio-statistics, applied math, computer science or actuarial studies for jobs in business, industry or government.
Law - Students with a math background have a good acceptance rate into law school programs.
Economics - Graduate programs in economics appreciate students with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. Many economists have undergraduate degrees in mathematics.
Engineering – If you combine your mathematics degree with additional coursework in physics, you could complete an engineering degree in as little as one year.
Computer Science - An area that is well suited for graduate work for students who have completed an undergraduate degree in mathematics.
You may acquire a dual major degree from Southwestern College without extra course hours to open two horizons for your future.