Unlimited opportunities exist for mathematics and computer science majors. Our graduates are employed in an array of public and private sector organizations. We have graduates working, for example, as a Lockheed Martin engineer; a Beacon Technologies software developer; middle school, high school, and university faculty members; a National Security Agency mathematician; an IRS statistician; and as a marine scientist. Many graduates successfully complete graduate programs. For more information and resources pertaining to finding your career in mathematics or computer science, visit the SU Career Services Mathematics Major site or the SU Career Services Computer Science and Management Information site.
Mathematics majors are assisted in their
career development in the following ways:
The Center for Applied Mathematical Sciences (CAMS)
CAMS helps businesses, industries and educational agencies solve problems in strategic ways. Teams of students work cooperatively with faculty on real-life projects, including a client report and a presentation. Clients have included Filtronic Comtek, Computer Sciences Corp. and Salisbury University.
Student Chapter of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
Students are urged to become actively involved in the mathematical community through SU's charter student chapter of the MAA.