Math is the Language of Choice
From data mining to forensics, mathematics is the language of choice for an increasing number of disciplines. The scientist, the engineer, the actuary, the financial planner -- all use algebra, geometry, calculus and statistics.
Most people know that developing mathematical skills helps people to become informed voters and consumers who are able to make logical decisions about issues ranging from utility rates and retirement saving to information security and global warming. Bet you didn't know all four of these interesting facts about the Mathematical Sciences, though!
You Will Like Mathematics If...
♦ You want to contribute to solving world problems using numbers and logic
♦ You want to earn substantially higher-than-average scores on standardized tests such as LSAT and GMAT.
♦ You want a field that ranks near the top among college majors in terms of average starting salary after college
♦ You'd love a job that ranks near the top in studies of job satisfaction
♦ You want options: in the wide variety of fields utilizing mathematics (see http://www.maa.org/careers/). Business, finance, actuarial science, computer science, cryptography, biotechnology, teaching and more.
Can You Picture Yourself Here?
Can you picture yourself using logic and creativity to solve current world problems like how to feed the hungry or how to fight disease?
A Math degree can help you make that happen.
Our small classes and individualized attention will prepare you for the many careers that allow you to use what you will learn in Mathematics to make a difference in this world.
We Can Help You Make it Happen!
♦ New Students, first complete the online application for admission to WSU.♦ If you are just beginning, have questions about the university or general education classes, or are wondering which program of study to declare or what initial classes you should be taking, please contact the College of Science Advisor, Jane Stout. Click here for her contact information, location and hours.
♦ If you feel confident that you understand the lay of the (university) land, and are ready to declare a Math program, you can make an appointment to meet with department administrative assistant, Ms. Debi Larsen. She'll answer your questions, get your program declared, help you with your schedule, and introduce you to your ongoing faculty advisor.
Monday - Thursday
8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Developmental Math Dept.
(Math 1010 and lower)
Weber State University
Department of Mathematics
1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2517
Ogden, UT 84408-2517
Tracy Hall Science Center (TY)
Room 381, Mail Code 2517
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