A degree in mathematics entails a considerable level of calculation, abstraction and quantitative analysis, where the use of mathematical models are applied in understanding patterns and structures in the real world. It is useful for careers in the sciences, engineering, finance and even business. Because of the growing importance of technology and aggregate data in achieving competitive advantage, math graduates are sought-after by companies across industries for their analytical aptitude.

Job Outcomes:

  • Economic Analyst
  • Finance Consultant
  • Statistician
  • Investment Manager
  • Data Scientist

Valuable skills:

  • Quantitative analysis
  • Problem-solving
  • Logical reasoning
  • Statistical research
  • Economic analysis
  • Mathematical modelling
  • Data analysis
  • Risk assessment
  • Computing
  • Abstraction and theory formulation

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