A major in mathematics can lead to many different professional opportunities. In general, students can be found in any career that requires problem solving ability, critical thinking, comfort working with data, sound logical and quantitative reasoning skills, ability to think abstractly, and a willingness to engage in analyzing problems and evaluating potential solutions.
BVU's mathematics program is top notch, with consistently high scores on the nationally normed ETS Major Field Test for mathematics. Not to mention 100 percent graduate school acceptance and 100 percent employment of job-seeking graduates.
Students who graduate with this major can pursue careers in:
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Credit in these courses may not replace credit in the indicated math courses
Mathematics majors pursuing secondary teaching licensure are required to complete CMSC 181 Computer Science I: Introduction to Computer Science as an additional requirement for licensure in mathematics.