Want to use your math and analytical skills to make a positive impact? You can help people and organizations plan for the future and protect themselves from loss. Actuaries participate in high-level business decision-making and solve real problems in every industry.
Do you have an eye for detail? Are you good with numbers? Do you like identifying areas for improvement? Then a lucrative career in risk management may be perfect for you, and this certificate is the perfect way to get started.
How do scientists use math to represent the behavior of objects and systems in the real world? Get answers to that question plus a strong foundation in critical analysis and analytical ability that can prepare you to work in a wide variety of fields including software development, governmental research, medical research, logistics and finance.
Want to learn how to protect personal, financial and sensitive public sector information? This program helps prepare you for a career in national security, communication systems, electronic banking, internet commerce and just about any field that requires secure data. Cryptology is necessary everywhere in today's technological world.
See your current field of study through a new lens. By becoming a skilled producer, user and manipulator of data, you can make informed decisions about the world around you.
Are you are intellectually curious and eager to expand your knowledge of engineering or interested in graduate study in engineering fields? Enjoy this program's integrated approach that offers a deeper look at the ways math and engineering intersect and inform each other.
Increase your employability. A math minor is a great complement to any degree, from liberal arts to the sciences and especially economics, finance and the computer and physical sciences.
Demand for statisticians is expected to grow 27% by 2022. With a statistics minor, you are prepared to apply your data analysis skills to nearly any area you are passionate about, such as health care, the environment, politics or sports.