The Engineering Mathematics and Statistics major offers students an opportunity to study pure and applied mathematics as essential components of modern engineering. By combining courses for pure mathematics, applied mathematics, statistics, the physical sciences, and engineering, a student may individualize a program of study, of theory, or applications of both. It provides a broad foundation for graduate studies in theoretical branches of engineering, as well as in mathematics, and can prepare students for a career in specific sectors of industry or business.
The Possibilities: Provides a solid foundation for graduate studies in math, economics, business, or law.
Job Opportunities: Financial engineering, business, law, banking, insurance, high-tech industries, and numerous other areas.
Information about the Engineering Math and Statistics degree requirements can be found on the Berkeley Engineering website here.