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What can I do with a major in Mathematics and a minor in Physics?

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Question by Ami: What can I do with a major in Mathematics and a minor in Physics?
As in a career or job. I was thinking about becoming an architect, but not very sure about it. I need more career opinion that fits my major in minor. Thanks!
Option* i mean.

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Answer by monotonous
teacher, professor? i’m not professional but i think you will need to study architecture to become a architect, it’s a different subject

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3 thoughts on “What can I do with a major in Mathematics and a minor in Physics?

  1. Daniel says:

    Have you considered computer science? CS has many specialties, and is very math-related, though perhaps differently than you may be used to.
    Economics might also be worth considering. Otherwise, I’d think you may be setting yourself up to be a teacher.

  2. Josh Swanson says:

    You might want to look through the preview of the book below, 101 Careers in Mathematics. Lots of them require you to continue on to get a master’s at least, though not all. Math and architecture seem very unrelated to me (inasmuch as math is not arithmetic); you may as well major in architecture if that’s what interests you.

  3. iris says:

    Architecture is interesting, but you might not have as many options or job openings available. As others have stated, college instructor. Or military research, research or management of technological businesses such as optical devices, engineering design, communications, medical devices such as magnetic resonance imaging for example.

    I’m not sure where you’re wanting to locate. I know GE has facilities all over the world, as does Chevron Research. There’s NASA (wind tunnel research is interesting), Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (also cryogenics), Sandia National Lab, Lawrence Livermore National Lab, Washington Group International, Army Corp of Engineers, Varian, Honeywell, Chiron, and many more places that might interest you. If you like writing, you could write for scientific journals. I’m trying hard to imagine what employer wouldn’t be impressed with your major and minor.

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