Where Our Students Go

Roughtly 35% of graduates with majors or minors in mathematics proceed directly to graduate or professional school while the others are employed in the private or public sectors. Below is a list of positions taken by recent Duke alumni with undergraduate degrees in mathematics.

2014

  • Sales and trading analyst, JP Morgan
  • Actuarial analyst, Towers Watson
  • Medical student, Duke University
  • Derivatives trader, Belvedere Trading
  • Business intelligence developer, Epic Systems

2013

  • Associate software consultant, Red Hat
  • Software engineer, Google
  • Investment banking analyst, Goldman Sachs
  • Web developer, ESPN
  • Data analytics associate, Deloitte

2012

  • Software development engineer, Google
  • Consulting, McKinsey
  • Analyst, Morgan Stanley
  • Business analyst, Groupon
  • Associate engineer, Verizon

2011

  • Software engineer, Apple
  • Global markets analyst, Deutsche Bank
  • Operations management doctoral student, U. Penn, Wharton School
  • Technology consulting analyst, Accenture
  • Business technology analyst, Deloitte

2010

  • Medical student, Harvard University
  • Energy marketing analyst, J.P. Morgan
  • Senior actuarial analyst, CIGNA Corporation
  • Neuroscience doctoral student, Harvard University
  • Secondary math education, Peace Corps