Students who major in mathematical sciences are prepared for a future that could involve analyzing data to advance society, developing new technologies, creating surveys, supporting and improving business decisions, and collaborating with scientists in other fields. They also devise experiments and statistical models.
Kean’s graduates have thriving careers as teachers, researchers, data analysts, actuaries and more, advancing solutions in education, business, research, engineering, government and the sciences.
Kean was a place that I could not only grow as a mathematician but as a person. The amazing faculty helped me secure a postdoctoral fellowship and tenure-track position. I will forever be grateful for the help and guidance I received as a student."
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Mathematical science graduates find employment in many industries, including:
Scientific research and development services
Colleges, universities and professional schools
Local, state and federal government
Architectural, engineering and related services
Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping and payroll services
Job opportunities for mathematicians and statisticians are expected to increase by 2026
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