Your mathematics career

Applied mathematics graduates from S&T have an infinite number of job options. They are well prepared for careers in science, engineering, business, computer science and industry – pretty much any job that requires the use of mathematical tools to solve real-world problems.

Our graduates have gone on to work for Fortune 500 companies, become professors, and worked for the Department of Defense. One even became an astronaut, helping repair the Hubble Space Telescope in 1993.

The average starting salary for S&T applied mathematics graduates is $64,500.

Where do mathematicians work?

S&T applied mathematics grads have gone on to work for Union Carbide, Texas Instruments, Sandia Corporation, General Motors, IBM, Bell Laboratories, Logicon, Inc., Northrup Grumman, Bend, Boeing, Sunoco, Hallmark, and Ford Motor Company, among many other successful companies.