- Clubs, societies, and organizations: Sigma Pi Sigma, Mathematics and Computer Science Club, Pi Mu Epsilon
- Minor in computer science or business statistics
What You'll Learn
- Mathematical communication skills; reading, writing, and speaking
- Critical thinking and problem-solving techniques
- Develop mathematical models in applied situations
- Manipulate and analyze mathematical models of real-world situations
- Effectively work with diverse colleagues in team situations
- Ethical leadership and collaborative skills
- Explore topics, including calculus, linear equations, basis and dimensions, logic, statistics, chi-square tests, ANOVA, quotient groups, probability
Teach STEM in a high-need district
Share your passion for math — with your own classroom
Teaching in a STEM field allows you to stay connected with the discipline you love while inspiring children to see it as a possible option for their lives and careers.
The ISTEP-Noyce program is designed to help increase the number of secondary STEM teachers from diverse backgrounds committed to teaching in high-need schools – to ensure all learners are served.
With Saint Mary’s ISTEP-Noyce grants, you can receive two years of scholarship support.
Your journey towards a brighter future starts here. Whether you are a recent high school graduate seeking to immerse yourself in a transformative academic experience or a transfer student eager to find the perfect fit, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota is committed to empowering you with knowledge, fostering personal growth, and nurturing the leaders of tomorrow.
Careers that look to the future.
A math degree will help prepare you for careers in a variety of fields — business, physics, chemistry, computer science, economics, engineering, finance, or social sciences.
College or university math professor$79,640
Investment banking analyst$62,910
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