Information regarding potential employment may be accessed by contacting the Department of Mathematics & Statistics. Internships providing academic credit through an outside work environment are not available. Students with an undergraduate degree in mathematics are prepared to enter into a variety of graduate programs such as finance and economics. See the BusinessWeek article Math Will Rock Your World for exciting applications of math to the 21st century world.
For specific information on what kind of nonacademic jobs are available with a degree in mathematics, visit:
- American Mathematical Society (AMS)
- Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
- Nonacademic Careers in Mathematics
Places in which our graduates work
- Actuary/Insurance firms (Towers-Perrin, Metropolitan Life, Prudential, Hartford Life Insurance, PriceWaterHouseCoopers, Associated Pensions Consulting, NAC Reinsurance)
- Pharmaceutical and Atatistical firms (Merck, Wyeth-Ayerst, U. S. Census Bureau, American College of Radiology)
- Other firms: Accenture, Boeing Corp., Lockheed-Martin, CIGNA, Ernst and Young, Raytheon, Shared Medical Systems, Johnson and Johnson, SCT Corp, Peoples' Heritage Bank, Sanchez Computer, HTI Voice Solutions, Bell Atlantic, BellSouth, Centerbrook Architects, Landscape Services, Electronic Data Services, etc.
- Many of our graduates teach in local schools as well as schools in places such as Boulder, CO, Boston, MA, Corpus Christi, TX, and St Louis, MO
- Others are in graduate school at UC Berkeley, Indiana University, University of Connecticut, University of Delaware, Temple University, University of Maryland, and Columbia University
- We are also very proud of our graduates who joined volunteer opportunities such as the Lassalian Volunteers, Peace Corps, and Teach for America.
The Mathematics Association of America has a "special interest group" SIGMMA of business, industry and government (BIG) mathematicians that may have information about careers in those areas for mathematicians.