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Financial Mathematics

The Bachelor of Science degree in financial mathematics at the University of Mount Union offers students a path to a successful career in a growing field of financial mathematics. Students interested in financial mathematics can explore a range of courses in business and mathematics, helping them gain experience and knowledge for a rewarding future. 

Financial Mathematics Major Quick Facts

The financial mathematics degree requires 64 major-specific credit hours, as well as 32 credits to fulfill the general education program. The University’s general education program, the Integrative Core, allows students to explore a wide variety of courses outside of their area of interest and gain skills and experience in leadership and communication that employers value. 

Students wishing to work toward a financial mathematics degree also have many opportunities to gain experience and knowledge beyond the classroom, including: 

  • Internships
  • Mathematics competitions
  • Mathematics and statistics conferences
  • Research with peers or faculty 

The University’s financial mathematics degree will prepare students for careers in financial and economic analysis, actuary field, and more.

Curriculum

As a financial mathematics major at the University of Mount Union, you will study practical techniques for analyzing financial markets, develop necessary mathematical skills, and learn to manage investment and measure risk. A combination of both business and mathematics courses will provide you with the foundation for a successful career in this growing field.

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