IUP GRAD NOW ACTUARIAL ANALYST — Margo MacKenzie ’12, BS and ’14, MS in Applied Mathematics (left), works for Ernst & Young as an actuarial analyst. “The education I received at IUP (also) helped to prepare me for the soft skills that are required in the real world, including communication, public speaking, dedication, and teamwork,” she said.
When you master mathematical problem-solving skills,
there’s no limit to your job possibilities. You may begin with basic research
or engineering and then lead to finance, health care, and government-related
In short, mathematical training is excellent for
students who understand the increasing importance society places on basic
science and information technology. Students who learn to solve riddles big and
small are the new pioneers.
With a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, your career
Expand your job choices and increase your salary
potential by completing graduate studies.
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