There are significant career opportunities for mathematicians. Graduates of our program are now teaching, working as actuaries in the insurance industry, and managing and serving as business executives. Among the other careers of our mathematics graduates are:
Congressional liaison for the U.S. Air -Force
Savings and loan examiner
Secondary mathematics specialist
Manufacture design project leader
Tool and gage designer
Human resources director
Examples of positions held by graduates
Safety and environment supervisor
Opportunities for undergraduate research and one-on-one work with faculty
Three computer laboratories for student use, including IBM-compatible computers, Macintosh computers and Linux workstations networked together as an internet domain
Kappa Mu Epsilon honor society for students with a qualifying GPA
Available software includes Mathematica, S-Plus, Matlab, Maple and Derive.
Support for student attendance and presentations at national, regional, state and university conferences
Support for student internship and cooperative education opportunities
Student clubs for students interested in mathematics, mathematics teaching and actuarial science.
Opportunities for students to work in the department as tutors, paper graders and faculty assistants
Housed in the Industrial Technology Center, featuring classrooms with state-of-the-art media facilities
Specialized laboratories with modern equipment and testing devices
Student computing laboratories for instructional and student use
College of Natural Sciences tuition scholarships are available. Applicants must compete by test at UNI’s Science, Mathematics and Technology Symposium in the fall for some scholarships.
More information on department scholarships can found at Financial Aid.