Undergraduate – Bachelor of Science in Computational and Applied Mathematics
The Computational and Applied Mathematics program at Kennesaw State provides a solid foundation in the application of analytical, geometrical, and numerical methods in problem solving logical deduction. The Bachelor of Science in Computational and Applied Mathematics degree program demonstrates how a mathematical understanding can be applied to today’s science and technology environment.
The program is highly customizable to prepare you for a variety of dynamic careers in mathematics, statistics, and related fields. Additionally, the Computational and Applied Mathematics curriculum includes accelerated tracks if you plan to pursue graduate studies in Applied Statistics or Secondary Mathematics (MAT) to get a MAT teacher certification.
Median Salary: National $91,160; Georgia $100,160
Job Growth by 2028: National 31%; Georgia 38%
Median Salary: National $108,350; Georgia $102,870
Job Growth by 2028: National 20%; Georgia 25%
*Sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics and O*Net Online
- Career Flexibility – Computational and Applied Mathematics graduates work in a variety of job roles, and in many different types of industries. The program also offers accelerated tracks leading to the MAT teacher certification and the MS in Applied Statistics.
- Research Opportunities – As an undergraduate student, you will have many opportunities to participate in Analysis and Applied Mathematics research. Faculty-led research also includes work in the Discrete Mathematics and Differential Equations subdisciplines. This research involvement is an ideal way to gain experience in specific mathematics areas that match your career interests.
- Networking and Engagement – You can connect with the mathematics community, on and off campus, through our resources, including hosted seminars, workshops, conferences, and outreach programs. Other networking opportunities include student organizations, like Kennesaw Women in Mathematics (KWIM) and the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), and events like the two-day STEM Job & Internship Fair held twice a year.
Department of Mathematics
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