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In order to succeed in such studies, mathematics majors must develop skills in computation, logic, intuition, analysis and construction. During four years of college work, mathematics majors learn basic mathematical concepts in the areas of differential and integral calculus, abstract algebra, probability and statistics, geometry and topology, real and complex analysis, numerical analysis and computer sciences and others.

Advising and Career Coaching

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Valeria Aramburu

Academic Advisor

Life Sciences 258D
Phone: (812) 941-2219
varambur@ius.edu

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C. Danielle Leffler

Director
Career Coach/Employer Liaison, School of Natural Sciences and Nursing

Univ. Center South 106
Phone: (812) 941-2275
lefflerd@ius.edu

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Social Media and Networking

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Student Organizations

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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer positions are a great way to get exposed to your field(s) of interest and to invest time in your local community.

Internships

IU Southeast students have completed the following internships to get related experience for their majors. For information on currently available internship opportunities, visit the Internships job board.

Top Employers

This top employers list was created using the Linkedin Alumni Tool.

  • Jefferson County Public Schools
  • Humana
  • GE Appliances, a Haier Company
  • West Clark Community Schools
  • Mercer
  • ZirMed
  • American Printing House for the Blind