Computational mathematics graduates work in a variety of fields that combine computer science, technology, and applied mathematics. Example industries that value computational mathematics graduates include engineering, aerospace technology, programming, and consulting.
Our computer science and mathematics majors are IT project managers, actuarial analysts, math teachers, a pediatric intensive care nurse, and financial analysts at companies like Aon Hewitt, Estee Lauder Companies, Inc., and Press Ganey Associates, Inc.
Computer science and mathematics majors have pursued advanced degrees at Purdue University, the University of North Carolina, Washington Univsersity, and Youngstown State University.
The Career Crossings Office can provide you with more information about life after Saint Mary's along with the guidance and tools to help you reach your goals.