What is a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics at UNT Dallas?
Mathematics is the building block for everything in our daily lives, from architecture to our cell phones, from engineering to even sports. Students who earn bachelor’s degree in Math from the University of North Texas at Dallas readily obtain jobs with high-tech companies and in business, industry, government and teaching. Our Math degree is also offered with teacher certification, preparing math majors for careers in teaching at the secondary level.
What marketable skills will I learn?
- Critical thinking
- Quantitative reasoning
- Analytical thinking
- Team work
- Problem solving
- Time management
- Ability to decide between logical and illogical statements
Why earn a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from UNT Dallas?
Do you enjoy tackling problems whose solution requires mathematics? Do you persist in finding the solution? UNT Dallas offers an affordable bachelor degree program to put you on the path to an exciting and successful career. Small class sizes and a math lab staffed by UNT Dallas’ renowned faculty allow for significant individual attention for our students. And our Math Club provides substantial opportunity for students to interact with guest speakers and researchers, and engage with classmates and faculty in extracurricular learning activities, competitions and conferences. UNT Dallas encourages experiential learning, such as internships that build competencies and help you develop networks in the top-rated Dallas-Fort Worth job market. A degree in mathematics will give you the skills you need to take on real-world problems in a broad range of highly paid jobs.
What career opportunities are available with a Mathematics degree?
In a world becoming increasingly quantitative, mathematics plays a crucial role in deciding policies which affect our lives, policies ranging from health and the environment to multi-million-dollar investments. Career opportunities are unlimited for UNT Dallas mathematics majors, who may also pursue graduate education.
Some of the careers that math majors enter include:
- computer programmer
- government research and laboratories
Many organizations seek graduates with a mathematics degree, for example IBM, Microsoft, the U.S. Army, the National Security Agency, Philips Electronics, Lucent Technologies, AT&T, Silicon Graphics, PricewaterhouseCoopers, NASA, Texas Instruments, Hewlett-Packard, the U.S. Navy, Eastman Kodak, Union Bank of Switzerland, Citicorp and every school district in the U.S.