BA IN Math

College of Arts and Sciences

Mathematics and Physics Department

On Campus

Nurture your gift with numbers with a degree that will prepare you for boundless career options.

Many people shy away from numbers. You understand them. This quality is not only special, it will lead you to a fulfilling, lucrative career path. Employers will seek you out to fill critical roles in finance, research, technology and more.

We’ll help you nurture your skills to prepare you for boundless career options. We’ll round out your education with a solid liberal arts background teaching you to think critically and communicate – skills employers value. In addition, you will have the flexibility to design your curriculum according to what is most suitable for your future plans. You will receive an individualized education because of intimate class sizes and committed faculty. From complex financial derivatives to quantum mechanics, Queens will hone your skills and challenge your analytical mind.

Real-World Experience

Math majors here have interned at schools, research projects, brokerage houses, banks, religious institutions and hospitals. Such companies include Duke Energy, Transamerica Reinsurance, Red Ventures, Mercer Management Consulting, Philpott Ball & Werner Investment banking company and CMS High Schools.

When You Graduate

As a math major, you can go on to careers in actuarial science, computer science, operations research, biomathematics, cryptology, finance and a variety of other fields.

Additionally, some of our graduates have pursued advanced degrees at institutions such as Appalachian State University, Drexel University and Louisiana State University, which enabled them to go on to careers such as administrators, professors and academic researchers.

You also have the option to attain licensure to teach math at the secondary level (grades 9-12) in collaboration with our Cato School of Education. 

Robyn Levine
Extended ClassroomInternships
Robyn Levine ’15, math major and softball player, turned a summer internship into a full-time position at Duke Energy. Where will you intern?
Student-to-faculty ratio
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ClubsGet Involved
As a math major you’re able to join societies such as the American Mathematical Society, Mathematical Association of America and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.


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