Students graduating from Catholic University with a degree in Mathematics possess skills that are in demand in many career areas. Mathematicians have access to a variety of careers, including jobs in industry, government, business, the actuarial profession, teaching at the elementary or secondary levels and, with the appropriate advanced degrees, teaching at the community college, college or university levels.
The skills gained through our programs — problem solving, organizational skills, numerical computation, data analysis, critical thinking, systemizing skills, and advanced quantitative skills — are strengths that can be applied in any field.
- The faculty and staff in the Mathematics Department will guide you toward internships, career-oriented research opportunities, and graduate school possibilities.
- The Center for Academic and Career Success will help you create a customized action plan, consider career options, work with you to develop your résumé and cover letter, and assist you with the job-search process.
- Our active alumni network will help you make the connections you will need to get your career off to a great start.
A recent survey of 2017 graduates found that 94 percent were either employed, in graduate school or volunteering, earning an average salary of $51,531 within six months of graduation. More than 80 percent completed at least one internship during their undergraduate experience, and more than half completed two or more internships. Learn more about student outcomes.