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Mathematics at Aquinas College


Quick Facts: Mathematicians and Statisticians
2019 Median Pay $92,030 per year 
$44.25 per hour
Typical Entry-Level Education Master's degree
Work Experience in a Related Occupation None
On-the-job Training None
Number of Jobs, 2019 45,700
Job Outlook, 2019-29 33% (Much faster than average)
Employment Change, 2019-29 14,900

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Preparing for your career at Aquinas:

  • All mathematics majors take MS 495 (Mathematics Capstone), in which they get first-hand looks at what math majors do after graduation. No AQ math major can say that don’t know what to do with a math degree!
  • Professor Ghosh organizes study sessions for the actuarial exams. Prepare to take the first actuary exam while you’re still at AQ!
  • The AQ Advantage Center offers invaluable career preparation resources.

Possible Careers in Mathematics

Financial analysts, data scientists, teachers at all levels, actuaries, researchers, professors, business analysts, consultants, information security analysts

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“AQ’s extensive mathematics curriculum along with the education requirements of a liberal arts college, and the constant support from the Math professors at Aquinas is what has set me up with the necessary knowledge and skills to truly excel in my career as a data scientist.”

Rachel Spreng
Data Scientist, 84.51, Cincinnati, OH
Class of 2017