A graduate with a degree in mathematics is qualified for a broad range of positions in industry, business, academia, and government that require analytical thought and problems solving. Graduates often work as system analysts, actuaries, and statisticians in banks, bureaus, consulting firms, and computer and communications industries.
The field of actuarial science offers exciting executive careers for students with a strong background in mathematics. Specific opportunities include life, health, and casualty insurance, pension plan management, investment, and consulting. Graduates of the IU Northwest actuarial science program have obtained excellent starting positions in Chicago and Indiana.
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