Math and statistics majors are technically competent and well-grounded in mathematical theory and have opportunities for employment in a variety of fields. The BA program allows students to specialize in mathematics and at the same time earn teacher licensure, follow a broad liberal arts program, or specialize in a second area. The BS program is more technically oriented and provides solid preparation for work or study in mathematics or a related field.

    • Opportunities available in industry, government, business, and secondary school teaching; graduates found employment with Atlantic BT, Evonik Industries, Zenergy Technologies, MercuryGate International, Guilford County Schools, Johnston County Schools, and IBM.
    • Possible career tracks include actuary with insurance companies; a data analyst with pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or health care companies; quality assurance specialist with engineering companies; or checking compliance for quality specifications in government agencies such as FDA, EPA, or USDA.
    • Excellent preparation for an advanced degree in many areas, including actuarial sciences, computer science, economics, engineering, law, mathematics, operations research, and statistics; our graduates have gone on to Wake Forest University, Texas A&M University, and Smith College.
    • Conduct research along with faculty members during summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates.
    • Serve as peer-tutors in the Math Emporium Lab.
    • Work on data analysis projects for organizations such as the Greensboro Police Department and Cone Health.
    • Enjoy math and meet other math majors in a relaxed setting in the Math Club and the student chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics.
    • Earn a bachelor’s and master's degree at an accelerated rate.
    • Our faculty are active researchers and have received numerous National Science Foundation, National Security Agency, and Simons Foundation grants.
    • In the past decade, 16 faculty and more than 45 undergraduates have received 33 awards and recognitions for research, given more than 250 presentations, and published more than 40 journal articles.

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