Math is the foundation for so many careers. You're learning critical thinking and problem-solving skills that will help you in any field. Take a look at different career opportunities in Mathematics.
As a theoretical mathematician, you'll study and test new mathematical theories. You'll develop new principles and discover relationships between current principles that advance the field. Typically, theoretical mathematicians work at a university, where they teach and do research.
You'll use math theories and techniques to solve problems that apply to science, computers, engineering and many other fields. As an applied mathematician, you'll solve problems in industrial research and development and also enhance current mathematical methods.
|Information Systems||Systems Analyst|
|Network Administrator||Technical Training|
As an actuary, you'll be essential in the insurance industry assembling and analyzing data to estimate the likely cost in the event of death, sickness, injury, disability or property loss. You'll help design insurance policies, pension plans and other financial strategies.
You'll also be prepared for other roles in the insurance and security fields.
|Claims Adjusting||Risk Management|
|Insurance Sales||Financial Sales|
|Financial Analyst||Credit Analyst|
As a statistician, you'll use math to design surveys and experiments. You'll collect, process, analyze data and interpret the results. You can be a statistician in several industries including biology, economics, engineering, medicine, public health, psychology, marketing, education and sports.
|Statistician||Operations & Research Analyst|