Please Take Note: Occupations may require additional education and/or experience.
You have your degree in math. Now what? Here are some great websites that can help you find a career in math. If you have any other questions, need resume help, or want some interview tips then feel free to also stop by the Career and Testing Services. We have many great resources to help you even more with your career search to help you find the right one.
Looking for opportunities to teach math in the K-12 setting? Click here for information on teaching as well as great sites to get you started with a teaching career.
The WGU Scholarships for Rural Math and Science Educators is for teachers seeking a masters degree in math or science education. The scholarship is valued at $7500 and is available because of a grant from the U.S. Dept of Labor. This scholarship is also available for rural people interested in obtaining their initial teacher certification in math or science. Interested persons can get more information at www.wgu.edu/ruraleducators.
Career Services has four computers exclusively for student career exploration activities, including several career inventories online not available from other computer terminals.
NOTE: Occupations may require additional education and/or experience
Actuary Information Scientist
Inventory Control Specialist
Air Traffic Controller
Applied Science Technologist
Market Research Analyst
Computer-Aided Design Technician
Consumer Loan/Credit Officer Operations Research Analyst
Compensation/Benefits Administrator Pollution Meteorologist
Production Support Specialist
Computer Facilities Manager
Computer Installation and Testing Manager Purchasing/Contract Agent
Quality Assurance Analyst
Data Control Administrator
Risk & Insurance Specialist
Data Processing Manager
Satellite Communications Specialist Demographer
Software Support Specialist
Engineer Systems Analyst
Engineering Lab Technician
Teacher: Computer Math/Math
Technical Support Representative
Treasury Management Specialist