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B.Sc. Mathematics

Bachelor of Mathematics is an undergraduate academic degree awarded for successfully completing a program of study in mathematics or related disciplines, such as computer science or statistics. The Bachelor of Mathematics degree is frequently abbreviated as B.Math or BMath.

Career opportunities after a maths degree

Mathematics offers a huge variety of career opportunities.  It is important to plan ahead and know about your options.

The following guide is designed to help you navigate through the maze of career options that exist for maths graduates.  Each of the pages below offer an insight into relevant careers for maths graduates, including a description of career, the skills required, the pros and cons, as well as useful links.

Possible career choices:

Accountancy & Professional Service

The Actuarial Profession

Banking - Investment Banking

Banking - Retail Banking

Computing & IT

Engineering Sciences

General Management

Operational research

Postgraduate Study - MSc & Taught Courses

Postgraduate Study - PhD

Statistical research



A Student with B.Sc. (Mathematics) can perform extremely well in MCA and MBA and is preferred more in software fields. After the completion of B.Sc. Mathematics, Students can join any one of the following PG courses; M.Sc. Mathematics, M.Sc. (Statistics), M.Sc. Applied Mathematics, M.Sc. (Mathematics with Computer Applications), M.Sc (Actuarial Science) integrated Ph.D in IITS / MCA., MBA., MSW., B.Tech (Lateral Entry), B.E (Lateral Entry) and B.Ed. He / She can easily clear TANCET, CAT, IBPS, PO Exam, TNPSC (Group I,II,III, IV), RRB, SSC examination. They can also become policy makers in Insurance sectors and financial services companies.