Math sometimes is called the “Queen of the Sciences.” That’s because it’s important to all sciences — and almost everything in the world. It’s at the root of scientific measurements, as well as engineering, economics and even sports. A degree from Bradley’s math department challenges your problem-solving skills and shows you how your skills can be successfully used in professional settings.

All majors give you a firm grounding in research and career preparation. You work through advanced algebra, calculus and statistics. The math major gives you a general foundation in principles. If you’re interested in (WHAT’S A QUICK SUMMARY OF TYPICAL ACTUARIAL SCIENCE INTERESTS?), you can pursue an actuarial science degree. If you want to teach the next generation, you can pursue a math education degree. If you’re interested in (WHAT’S A QUICK SUMMARY OF STATISTICS INTERESTS?), you can pursue a statistics major.

- -good for business, physics, comp sci
- -What sort of jobs/grad schools? Need also for admissions text
- -Math maj: careers in econ, comp sci, philosophy, physics, engineering
- -consulting, research in corporate world
- -Math maj courses: stats, calc, algebra
- -Can a math degree be paired with another major? If so, what are popular double majors?
- -yrlong senior project (what is it??)
- -Opps to present research at conferences etc?
- -How research-focused is it
- -small classes, lots of individualized attention
- -high actuarial exam pass rate
- -What sort of pro devel/networking?
- -room to tailor degree to own interests
- -good idea: take physics or foreign language