For those who may want to pursue non-academic employment in industry, engineering, and the sciences, we have an applied and statistics option for both our B.S. and M.S. degrees.
Whether or not the career directly applies the knowledge gained in the curriculum, the experience in problem solving, logical thinking, and managing complex tasks will enhance the student's abilities in any work setting. There is a wealth of career information available at the following sites:
The site features information for students interested in identifying summer research opportunities.
Paid fellowships to conduct research with faculty mentors are available to select undergraduate students. The fellowships are competitive. Application information may be found at the website below.