As a mathematics major, you can focus on the study of the theoretical aspects of mathematics or explore applications to other fields. You can choose one of seven different concentrations and take a rich variety of courses in analysis, algebra, topology, geometry, probability, statistics and logic to tailor a program that meets your individual needs and interests.

Sample classes

  • Statistical Theory and Application in the Real World
  • Prove It!
  • Introduction to Number Theory
  • Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos


All information below is based on the 2022 First-Destination Survey. Lists are not exhaustive, rather they are a sampling of the data. If you would like more information, please email

What can you do with a degree in mathematics? 

Graduate School:

In 2022, 50% of mathematics students embarked on graduate school journeys. They pursued various advanced degrees, with 41% focusing on their PhD, 30% working towards an MEng, 19% dedicated to an MS, and more. Their graduate field interest ranges from Computer Science (41%) to Mathematics (19%) and Physics (14%).

These ambitious individuals have chosen to continue their education at prestigious institutions like Stanford University, the University of Oxford, Tufts University, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and Carnegie Mellon.


47% of mathematics graduates secured employment, and the majority entered sectors in financial services (31%) and technology (26%). Goldman Sachs and Amazon were the top 2022 employers.

Where 2022 Mathematics Graduates Work

Employer Job Titles
Amazon Software Development Engineer
Goldman Sachs Investment Banking Analyst
Google Software Engineer
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers   Associate Data Engineer
Lufthansa Systems Software Engineer
Meta Software Engineer
SHOWTIME Software Engineer
UnitedHealth Group Actuarial Analyst