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This guide highlights resources available on the general topic of Mathematics.

Mathematics Major

A math degree prepares students for employment in many different fields, including as a math teacher, or to advance to graduate school.

Common careers include: Actuarial Scientists, Computer Applications Developers, Economists and Financial Advisors, Industrial Technologists, Lab Researchers, Math Teachers, Military Officers, Statisticians.

For more information about Angelo State University's degree in Mathematics, visit the Department website.

ASU's Career Development website provides detailed information about Mathematics Major Careers.

Mathematics Careers

From the U.S. Bureau of Labor's Occupational Outlook Handbook online, find out about required education, training, credentials, job duties, work environment, salary range, job outlook, and more for each of the careers in the field of mathematics listed below:

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