Mathematics and its applications play a fundamental role in any area of human activity, from purely scientific enterprises to the financial and business world. The analytical and quantitative skills acquired with rigorous mathematical training provide diverse career opportunities, including jobs in academia, industry and government labs, actuarial companies, the financial market, high-tech and computer-security companies, conservation and environmental agencies, energy, and many others. These positions rank near the top in career satisfaction surveys.
Graduates earn $56K+ in their first job (Texas A&M Career Center)
15th among the 50 best mathematics programs in the world (TheBestSchools.org, 2016)
40 students or fewer per class
50% of graduates work in industry
Most versatile of all undergraduate college majors
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Master of Science (M.S.)
Doctor of Philosophy
Companies that hire our students include 49 Financial, Accenture, Aflac, AT&T, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Fidelity, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and USAA
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2022 Maxson Lectures
Labors of Lab - Logan Knudsen '23 (Episode 42)In our latest Labors of Lab episode, Logan Knudsen '23 talks about being a mathematics major at Texas A&M and the complex intrinsic beauty he finds in studying numbers and formulas.
Mathematics STEM Camp 2021In July, local high school students came to Texas A&M to take part in the 2021 Mathematics STEM Camp, an immersive week-long exploration of integrated math through science applications and various technologies such as 3D design, microcontroller programing and cryptography.
A total of 50 students attended two separate sessions of the camp this summer. Hosted by the Department of Mathematics and funded by the Texas Workforce Commission Governor’s Merit Program, Mathematics STEM Camp was first held in 2019 but postponed last year due to COVID.
Learn more about the Mathematics STEM Camp at tx.ag/MathematicsSTEMCamp
I Am Texas A&M Science - Maya Johnson ‘08 (Episode 26)Even for the most seasoned academic, career inspiration starts somewhere, and it all begins with a story. Here’s one from mathematician Maya Johnson ‘08, who discovered her love for teaching while completing her doctoral studies at Texas A&M and is now a full-time lecturer.
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