If you are interested in working as a mathematician in industry, a bachelor's in Industrial Mathematics and Statistics may be the degree you need. An industrial mathematics and statistics major’s time frame for degree completion varies with each student, but this degree can be attained in four years.
Industrial Mathematics and Statistics Faculty
Department of Mathematical Sciences faculty are committed to helping you succeed. We will help you develop a degree plan that will provide the proper background for your educational and career goals. This includes helping you pick an appropriate minor or second major, and providing suggestions for relevant opportunities for undergraduate research experiences, internships, and part-time jobs as a tutor or a supplemental instructor.
Career Opportunities in Industrial Mathematics and Statistics
Jobs you can get with a bachelor's in industrial mathematics and statistics include:
- Data analyst
- Forecast analyst
- Informatics analyst
- Global pricing analyst
- Game mathematician
- Operations researcher
- Functional analyst
This degree also provides a foundation for careers that require additional certification or advanced degrees after you receive your bachelor's degree:
- Actuarial scientist – requires passing at least five certification examinations
- Research analyst – requires additional certification
- Other careers which require advanced degrees:
- Quantitative analyst
- Mathematical modeler
- Risk analyst – requires an advanced degree, related experience, and a licensure.
Resume and Job Placement Assistance
When you're ready to find a job after you earn your bachelor's degree in industrial mathematics and statistics, ENMU's Office of Counseling and Career Services offers free job placement assistance to all ENMU students.
Affordable Tuition, Great Scholarships and Financial Aid
We are committed to helping you finance your education. Our tution is always among the lowest of Southwest four-year colleges so you know you're getting a great deal for a quality education from an accredited university.
In addition to Admissions Scholarships and grants, loans and scholarships offered through Financial Aid, the Department of Mathematical Sciences offers 12 scholarships/awards, eight of which are scholarships specifically designated for mathematics majors.
Additionally, many Eastern New Mexico University students work part-time jobs on campus to help finance their education.
High School Courses
If you are interested in becoming an industrial mathematician, you should include the following courses in your high school curriculum:
- Algebra I
- Algebra II
Additional Degree Information
You can find additional information about the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Mathematics and Statistics degree, including the courses you will take when you're a mathematics major at Eastern.