To many, an undergraduate degree in mathematics implies an intent to pursue a career in mathematics education at the secondary school level, or teaching and research at the college or university level. There are others who have found that an undergraduate degree in mathematics opens doors to career opportunities in a wide variety of fields.
Those interested in a career in mathematics education at the secondary school level, or teaching and research at the college or university level should talk directly with any member of the UAS Mathematics Faculty.
The following FAQ's provide preliminary information for current UAS students and prospective UAS students who enjoy mathematics and might wish to know more about job prospects outside of secondary school teaching or academia for mathematics minors or majors upon graduation. Links to more detailed sites are provided, and members of the UAS Mathematics Faculty are available and willing to answer any remaining questions.
What skills do courses in the mathematical sciences develop?
What are the benefits of taking courses at UAS?
How will skills developed in these courses help me?
How many courses in the mathematical sciences should I take?
Which should I choose - The math minor or the BS degree?
What about a double major?