Careers in Mathematics

Mathematics graduates from George Fox University have pursued careers ranging from middle school Math Teacher to Mathematician at the NSA. The lists below summarize the careers of some of our graduates, as well as the kind of post-graduate education they pursued and some of the universities attended for graduate school.

Alumni Careers in mathematical or math-related fields:
Teacher: Masters in Teaching or other certification required

  OR: C. S. Lewis School, Lake Oswego Junior High, Reynolds High School, Woodburn High School,
  WA: Ferris High School, Grandview Middle School, Holy Names Academy

Professor: Ph.D in Mathematics or other field required
  University: George Fox University, Seattle Pacific University
  College: Olympic College, Saddleback College, South Plains College
  Community College: Big Bend Community College, Rogue Valley Community College

Mathematician: Masters or PhD in Mathematics encouraged
  National Security Agency

Research Scientist: Masters or PhD in Mathematics or related field encouraged
  Nuance Communications, Pacific Northwest National Lab

Systems Analyst: Masters or PhD in Mathematics or related field encouraged
  Intel

Client Development:
  DMA Corporation


Alumni Careers where mathematics degree was not required but was an asset in getting a job:

Admissions Counselor:
 George Fox University

Customer Service:
  City of Salem Public Works


Postgraduate Degrees Pursued by Alumni:

Ph.D. Mathematics
Ph.D. Mathematical Biology
Ph.D. Psychology
M.A./M.S. Mathematics
M.A.Teaching
M.S. Computer Science
M.S. Physics 

Graduate Schools:
Boise State University
George Fox University
North Carolina State University
Oregon Health and Sciences University
Oregon State University
Texas Tech University
University of California-Irvine
University of California-Santa Barbara
University of Montana
University of Hawaii-Manoa
Virginia Commonwealth University
Walden University
Washington State University

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