Careers in Mathematics

Mathematics students have an abundance of career opportunities.  The following resources have valuable information about what to study and how to prepare for particular careers.


Graduate Programs

Have you considered going to graduate school in the mathematical sciences?  Unlike some other fields, most math students actually get paid to attend graduate school.  Here are some of the graduate programs that Simpson math students have attended over the past few years.

  • Iowa Math – the Mathematics program at the University of Iowa
  • Iowa Stats – the Statistics and Actuarial Science program at the University of Iowa
  • Iowa Biostats – the Biostatistics program at the University of Iowa
  • Iowa State Math – the Mathematics program at Iowa State University
  • Iowa State BCB – the Bioinformatics & Computational Biology program at Iowa State University
  • Nebraska Math – the Mathematics program at University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Bowling Green Math – the Mathematics and Statistics program at Bowling Green State University
  • Oklahoma State Math – the Mathematics program at Oklahoma State University
  • Old Dominion Physics – the Physics program at Old Dominion University
  • Pittsburgh Economics – the Economics program at the University of Pittsburgh
  • Michigan Political Science – the Political Science program at the University of Michigan
  • UMKC Law – the School of Law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City
  • WUStL CSB – the Computational and Systems Biology program at Washington University in St. Louis
  • Wake Forest Physics – the Physics program at Wake Forest University
  • USF Math – the Mathematics program at the University of South Florida
  • UCD Math – the Applied Mathematics program at the University of Colorado-Denver