Whether you love numbers, enjoy diving into big data or have a passion for science, the on campus and online science majors and mathematics degree programs at SNHU can prepare you to start or advance your career in any number of roles in a wide variety of industries. Equip yourself with the knowledge and skills to become an essential asset to nonprofits, for-profit businesses and governments worldwide.
Mathematics: The future of business depends on harnessing big data to make better, more informed decisions. Advanced mathematics is used to solve real-world problems every day. Get in the game with a math degree from SNHU.
Science: Address critical issues like climate change and natural resource depletion or explore technical, engineering or aviation sciences. Learn how to effectively manage resources, improve sustainability and care for the well-being of our communities. SNHU's science programs can help you jump in with both feet and develop actionable solutions.
Explore our mathematics and science degrees today.
Within the realm of science, you can learn how the world works as well as our role in preserving it. Depending on the area of study you choose, you could learn about climate change, natural resources or biology. You may learn how to effectively manage natural resources, improve and engage in sustainability of our environment and also how to care for the well-being of our communities.
In other words, science is powerful.
Just a few of the science degrees available at Southern New Hampshire University are:
Math is more varied than most people think. There are so many ways to use and apply mathematics beyond simple arithmetic and finance. Math majors consider the future of business and how mathematics may apply to it. They also use their math degrees to solve real world problems in engineering, business, data analysis and so much more.
A select few of the online math degrees available at Southern New Hampshire University are:
Math degrees might just be the most versatile of all degrees. The question isn’t what can you do with a math degree as much as it is: What can’t you do with a math degree?
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the projected job growth for mathematicians and statisticians is 30% between 2018 and 2028.1 That is tremendous and far exceeds the national average. The median salary for jobs in this field is $92,030.1
You could apply your online math degree to work in education, marketing or even psychology. Any business that uses data – which is just about every business – will benefit from having someone with a math major on staff. Governmental organizations in particular need people able to research and interpret statistics and other data for healthcare, research and other areas of their operation.
Some selected jobs you may have as a math major are:
A science degree can take you in any direction you choose when deciding on your life’s work. You may wish to work with people, or with data and numbers. You may wish to work on a team or write reports and work independently. Regardless of the type of work you like to do, if keeping people and environments healthy is important to you, there are many online science degrees that can help get you there.
Here are a selected few of the many career options you can enjoy with a science degree:
Not only can you get an environmental science degree online, but the quality of online education is very high in today's higher education landscape.
With Southern New Hampshire University, you can earn a variety of both math and science degrees fully online. Our science offerings include:
Every major should be challenging, in that learning should challenge you to think in new ways and consider things you might not have considered before. But if you have an aptitude for mathematics and are interested in one of our online math degrees, don’t let the online format stop you. In fact, that you can earn a math degree entirely online is quite a bonus, in our opinion.
Each of our courses was designed with you in mind. Our faculty members are professionals working in their respective fields. They know the challenges of working full time and managing families and other commitments while also attending school. They are also well versed in how to take complex mathematical ideas and make them accessible in an online format. Every one of them is ready to support you in your educational and career goals.
The professional instructional designers at Southern New Hampshire University have designed the courses with you in mind as well. There are videos, discussions and many opportunities to engage with classmates and instructors to aid in learning. You are able to access your courses 24/7, and submit assignments any time, day or night. Our academic advising team is also ready to ensure that you have the support you need to succeed.
1 Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, on the internet, at:
Cited projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions and do not guarantee actual job growth.