A Luther mathematics or math-statistics major provides a broad and strong foundation for building career opportunities in a wide range of professions. Luther mathematics graduates find employment in fields as diverse as accounting, banking, editing, engineering, human resources, insurance, software development, and teaching. Many also become small business owners. In addition, the mathematics degree is excellent preparation for an advanced degree in pure and applied mathematics; the physical, biological, and social sciences; engineering; and professions such as medicine and law.
According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), graduates with a mathematics major nationwide most commonly obtain careers in the following fields:
The most common occupational fields among Luther graduates with a mathematics major include:
Luther mathematics graduates are frequently hired by the following organizations:
Luther College aggressively tracks the career paths and outcomes of its graduates, from employment to graduate school to postgraduate service. View recent grad stats for more information.
The Luther Career Center is an excellent resource for students exploring career options.
The following resources also provide information regarding careers in mathematics.