At the Department of Mathematical Sciences at UMass Lowell, the level of instruction ranges from the training of professional mathematicians in upper-level graduate mathematics courses to the instruction of students in nontechnical majors. Between these two extreme level lies the education of future mathematics teachers, scientists and engineers, leading to jobs in professions such as education, engineering, finance, actuarial positions, programming and statistics.
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As one of three siblings in college, Karina Provost says her family appreciates financial awards, such as the Kennedy Family Merit Scholarship.
Anthony Gaeta says his six-month co-op at John Hancock Financial gave him real-world experience in his dream job as an actuary.
Cora Casteel says mathematics will help her with a career in policing and criminal justice policy.
Jacob Solomon is as well-rounded as they come. The honors English and math major is assisting with research in a biology lab.