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Military-Friendly Colleges: Math & Science

Created by: MSG Randall High, U.S. Army (ret)

Military friendly math & science colleges provide career opportunities in a wide range of fields.

Military friendly math & science colleges provide opportunities for veterans and active service members interested in careers in product development, research, financial service and more.

Education requirements in math programs and at science schools differ according to the career path being pursued. Professional mathematicians, for example, must have a Ph.D. But a graduate with a bachelor's degree in mathematics could be employed as a financial analyst. In the sciences, academic research jobs typically require a Ph.D., but there are plenty of other career paths. The job categories of food scientist and environmental scientist, which are open to candidates with a bachelor's degree, are expected to see robust growth over the coming decade. Math and science teachers at the elementary and high school levels must have a bachelor's degree and a license.

Military friendly math & science colleges: following graduation

As of May 2008, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported the following mean annual wages for these math and science-related occupations:

  1. Mathematician, $95,150
  2. Financial analyst, $73,150
  3. Food scientists and technologists, $59,520
  4. Environmental scientists and specialists, $59,750
  5. Secondary school teacher, $55,150

Career paths for graduates of military friendly math & science colleges are many and varied in these industries and include everything from technician positions to research opportunities. Almost anything is possible, depending on what degree one earns.

 

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This list does not include all schools that accept GI Bill funding or VA Benefits. For a more complete list of schools, click here.

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