USJ’s program will prepare you for success in the job market where mathematics majors are in high demand
A degree in Mathematics opens doors to employment in business, health science, technology, and education.
USJ students enrolled in the Mathematics Bachelor of Science program have the option to select a concentration in Computer Science, Secondary Education, and Actuarial Science.
This program is designed to provide students with strong analytical skills and technical abilities, and it enables them to pursue career goals in many fields. USJ’s Actuarial Science curriculum is designed to help students prepare to sit for two actuarial exams prior to graduation.
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Please use this academic map as a reference guide. Academic advisors are always available to discuss the required courses depending on each student’s needs.
Internships and Career Opportunities
A degree in Mathematics is in high demand and opens doors to employment in business, technology, education, government,
health, science, statistical research, and other areas. Internship opportunities include IBM, United Technologies, The Hartford, The Travelers, State of Connecticut, local businesses, and more. USJ graduates have excelled in positions including actuary, business analyst, computer programmer, database administrator, data scientist, financial planner, market research analyst, operations researcher, and more.
USJ’s Mathematics undergraduate program is designed to help prepare students to sit for two actuarial exams prior to graduation, demonstrate real-world strong problem-solving skills using computer technology, and understanding mathematical ideas. Students in the program can advance their degree with areas of concentration: Secondary education teacher certification, actuarial science, and computer science. They can minor in related fields like computer science and information technology.
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Joseph Manthey, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science
Email: [email protected]