Mathematics and Computer Science

Transferable skills that Math and Computer Science majors develop
Students studying Math and Computer Science acquire many skills that can easily transfer to any subject matter:

Trouble shooting
Logical thinking
Perseverance
Designing experiments
Computing numerically
Curiosity
Handling and organizing information
Technical skills
Problem solving
Analyzing and interpreting data
Systematizing skills  
Critical thinking
Collaborating as a team
Advanced quantitative skills  
Efficiency
Working with computers

Possible job titles for Math and Computer Science majors:
Accountant
Analyst 
Architect
Attorney
Consultant
Demographer
Economist 
Engineer
Environmental Planner
Financial Analyst
Operations Researcher
Professor
Statistical Analyst
Statistician
Stockbroker
Systems Analyst
Teacher

Types of employers:
Banks
Business & Industry
Educational Institutions
Engineering Firms
Government Agencies
Insurance Companies
Investment Firms
Market-Research Departments and Firms
Publishing Companies
Research and Development Firms
Technical Journals
Test Development Corporations
Utility Companies
Weather Bureaus and Companies

Visit the H-SC Mathematics and Computer Science website or catalogue!

Other sources of information
Career counselors, alumni, and faculty members are great resources. Visit Career Education early and often, and talk to professors in your major and related fields. Career Coaches can help connect you with alumni in career fields that interest you for informational interviews. Professional associations are excellent sources of career and employment information, and many of them have websites.  Contact the following organizations and websites for more information:

American Mathematical Society

American Society for Information Science and Technology

American Statistical Association

Be an Actuary

Mathematical Association of America: Student Page

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Society for Industrial & Applied Mathematics