The mathematics-finance major at Anderson University combines courses in mathematics and in finance to create a major that is more focused than a traditional math major but agile enough for a variety of careers.
This interdisciplinary program combines courses from the Falls School of Business to enhance the Mathematics major without requiring a double major.
Traditional undergraduate students that receive financial aid, like scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study employment.
Students participating in trips spanning six continents, 102 countries, and 27 states through our Tri-S Program.
Students in both undergraduate and graduate studies who are experiencing Real Life: Together.
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What courses will I take?
Among the classes in the 53-hour major are:
- business finance
- mathematics of finance
- money and banking
- numerical analysis
- problem seminar
What kind of jobs can I anticipate after graduation?
- corporate finance
- financial planning
- financial analysis
- actuarial science
In addition, it would prepare students for graduate study in Mathematical Finance, Applied Mathematics, and Actuarial Science.