Do you consider yourself logical and analytical? Do you enjoy problem solving? Then you should consider a degree in Mathematics.
USF’s Mathematics program teaches traditional math, with a little history, logic, physics, and technology-based problem solving. Your class work will let you explore and analyze – all while you build skills to prepare you for a rapidly growing career field.
We asked our professors and they said mathematicians:
Apply precise, logical reasoning to solve problems
Use math models to analyze data
Explore, conjecture, and generalize
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The Bureau of Labor Statistics says employment for mathematicians will grow by 21% over the next ten years – much faster than average. American businesses have a strong demand for the analytical and logical reasoning skills of people with degrees in Mathematics. You should have no problem finding a job after graduation.
Types of careers you may have after you graduate include: