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Mathematicians work in all kinds of fields where they get to do everything from breaking codes, outsmarting hackers, analyzing data, predicting market trends, and managing risks.

Studying Math at Emory teaches students to hone general analytical and problem solving skills, which are key traits employers look for in new hires.


Math majors wind up with job titles that go far beyond “mathematician.” They’re researchers, investment bankers, business analysts, accountants, statisticians, engineers, information analysts, programmers—the list goes on.

Recent graduates work at Bank of Montreal, Epic, Perella Weinberg Partners, Emory Hospital, and EY.

They have also gone on to pursue advanced degrees at such prestigious institutions as Columbia University, New York University, and the University of South Carolina.

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Examples of classes

Noam Kantor

Elliptic curves are a great example of why I love math: they combine number theory and geometry, and because they support things like better data security, they are very important in the modern tech world.