Do you like to use mathematical formulas, theories, techniques, and the latest algorithms to solve real-world problems, like collecting and analyzing data to use for making business decisions?
As a student in the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Mathematics at Marian University, you’ll learn how to use computational and modeling methods in math to improve processes and generate solutions.
You will also complete liberal arts courses and have the opportunity to study topics outside math, like the natural and physical sciences or languages and world cultures.
Earning a B.A. degree in math will prepare you for entry-level careers in business, education, engineering, technology, and other fields.
It will also prepare you for success in top graduate programs if your educational goals include earning a master’s or doctoral degree in a field like economics or engineering.
When you complete our program, you’ll learn to solve quantifiable problems. You will study
a problem, think about each of its parts, and apply appropriate mathematical concepts and tools to develop a solution.
You’ll also be prepared to utilize your math knowledge, skill, and expertise in collaboration with others. Examples include:
According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment for mathematicians is projected to grow by 21 percent through 2024, much faster than average for all occupations.
The average median annual wage for mathematicians was nearly $106,000 in 2016.
To earn a B.A. in mathematics at Marian University, you’ll complete a variety of prerequisite, core, general education, and required courses, such as:
To increase your competitiveness in the employment market, you will add an academic minor, concentration area, or double-major outside your major to your plan of study.
As a graduate, you’ll be prepared to work in public or private settings, such as:
Examples of job titles include:
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