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High Demand Careers for Math Graduates

What can you do with math degree? 

Actuary
Certified Accountant
College Mathematics Professor
Computer Scientist
Data Analyst
Financial Engineer
Investment Analyst
School Mathematics Teacher
Software Engineer
Statistician
Quantitative Analyst

 


Do you want job offers even before you graduate? Get a degree in Mathematical Finance.

Financial Engineering major is designed to prepare students for careers in mathematical finance and financial quantitative analysis, financial modeling, securitization, portfolio management, and other areas of investment management. The focus of this major is on problem solving through sophisticated mathematical modelling and the application of complex securities to a variety of financial situations. The rapid increase in sophisticated computational techniques employed in financial firms has led to increasing demand for students with mathematical backgrounds to work in the financial field. The degree offers highly-paid opportunities in various areas of corporate finance, investments banking, trading, and similar fields within financial industry. Jobs in Financial Engineering are in high demand and among the most highly compensated jobs anywhere.

Virginia Commonwealth University BS Financial Engineering
James Madison University BS Quantitative Finance

Links to Quantitative Finance jobs:
Monster.com

Examples of Mathematical Finance jobs:
Indeed.com
Monster.com
Quant Finance Jobs