About Industrial Mathematics at USC Aiken
The Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Mathematics prepares mathematically oriented students for careers in industry. Graduates of the program will be prepared for immediate employment in the various technical industries in the Central Savannah River Area.
In pursuing the B.S. in Industrial Mathematics, students will complete a set of courses that fulfills the general education requirements, a set of courses in mathematics and computer science, engineering and engineering technology, and several hours of elective courses.
Internship and Research Opportunities
Free Elective Courses
Students are also provided free elective courses that allow the student to expand their knowledge into other areas of study in which they are interested. Students can select from courses in business, the humanities, history and political science, natural science, engineering, or other mathematics and computer science courses.
USC Aiken Career Services is an important resource for students. In addition, be sure to visit your academic department for supplemental internship guidance specific to your major.
Industrial mathematics majors often pursue careers in engineering.
You can find more information about career options by visiting What Can I Do With This Major?
USC Aiken Career Services offers numerous resources which provide more information about career opportunities for students in this major.