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Alumnae

In recent years, our graduates have taken positions as programmer/developers, analysts, actuarial trainees, bank examiners, teachers, accountants, and numerous others. Many have earned advanced degrees in mathematics, the natural and the life sciences, computer science, business, architecture, law, and engineering. The table below gives the number of graduates with a major in the Department of Mathematical Sciences since 1998, the number who continue their education at higher degree levels, and their graduate programs. 

 

Graduating year

# Math. Sciences graduates

# Attending grad. school

Graduate schools and degree programs

2012

7

3

Mathematics, Boston University

Education, Sweet Briar College (2)

2011

4

2

Engineering, University of Virginia

MBA, Pepperdine University

2010

8

1

Education, Sweet Briar College

2009

6

2

Chemistry, University of Maryland

Engineering Management, Dartmouth

2008

9

3

Mathematical Finance, Boston University

Applied Mathematics, University of California, Merced

Education, Sweet Briar College

2007

3

2

Pharmacy, Virginia Commonwealth University

Architecture, Georgia Tech

2006

4

1

Biomathematics, North Carolina State University

2005

9

1

Education, SUNY Albany

2004

12

4

Biostatistics, Harvard University

Engineering and Applied Science, Yale University

Applied Statistics, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Architecture, Savannah College of Art and Design

2003

9

3

Operations Research, George Mason University

Physics, Univ. of Texas - Arlington

Chemistry, University of Limerick (Ireland)

2002

8

2

Operations Research, College of William & Mary

Medical School, University of Virginia

2001

23

9

Biostatistics, Univ. of Minnesota

Information Systems, Johns Hopkins

Physics, University of Denver

Economics, London School of Economics

Computer Engineering, University of Virginia

Medical School, UNC Chapel Hill

Architecture, Rice University

Instrumental Music, Duke University & Computer Engineering, Purdue University

Veterinary Medicine, University of Detroit

2000

12

2

Computer Science, George Washington University Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.), Univ. of Virginia

1999

14

6

Accounting, UNC Chapel Hill (2)

Information Systems, Lawrence Tech University Chemistry, Duke University

Law, UNC Chapel Hill

Osteopathic Medicine, Touro University

1998

10

2

Computer Science, Stanford University

Mathematics and MBA, George Mason University