How Do I Get There?

A wide range of possibilities are available to individuals studying applied mathematics or computer science. But how do you find them? To start, here is a sampling of degree programs in the mathematical sciences and academic disciplines requiring mathematical and computational skills:

Mathematical/Computational Science Disciplines
Applied and Experimental Statistics
Applied, Natural, and Mathematical Sciences
Bioinformatics/Computational Biology
Computational Mathematics/Science
Computer and Information Sciences
Computer Science
Financial Mathematics
Operations Research
Mathematics and Applied Mathematics
Statistical and Actuarial Sciences

Other Academic Disciplines
Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
Atmospherics, Space, and Planetary Science
Bioengineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Biotechnologies
Biostatistics
Business and Management Sciences
Cell Biology, Biophysics, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Genetics
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Electrical Engineering
Epidemiology and Public Health
Financial Engineering
Geosciences/Geology
Industrial Engineering
Materials Science
Mechanical Engineering
Neuroscience
Nuclear Science and Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
Physics and Mathematical Physics
Software Engineering
Systems Engineering
Theoretical and Applied Mechanics

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