## Careers Requiring Mathematics

One must realize that ALL careers involve math of some sort, even if they seem “non-technical” in nature. At the very least, you will need some basic arithmetic skills at some point when dealing with quantities. This page will, however, focus on careers requiring college-level math courses such as statistics, college algebra, precalculus, or calculus.

### Careers Requiring Calculus

**Chemical Engineering** – Calculus based engineering courses require Calculus II and beyond

**Electrical Engineering** – Calculus based engineering courses require Calculus II and beyond

**Computer Engineering** – Calculus based engineering courses require Calculus II and beyond

**Mechanical Engineering** – Calculus based engineering courses require Calculus II and beyond

**Biosystems Engineering** – Calculus based engineering courses require Calculus II and beyond

**Biology** – Population Modeling – UM-Duluth requires MATH 1290 – Calculus for the Natural Sciences

**Cell & Molecular Biology** – UM-Duluth requires MATH 1290 – Calculus for the Natural Sciences

**Geology** – Calculus I and II usually required

**Biochemistry** – UM-Duluth requires MATH 1290 – Calculus for the Natural Sciences

**Computer Science** – UM-Duluth and UW-Superior requires Calculus II

**Physics** – Since Physics is mostly applied calculus, Calculus III and Differential Equations are required

### Careers Requiring Business Calculus

**Accounting** – Finite Mathematics & Survey of Calculus *or* Calculus I *or* Business Calculus

**Economics** – Finite Mathematics & Survey of Calculus *or* Calculus I *or* Business Calculus

**Business Administration** – Finite Math & Survey of Calculus *or* Calculus I *or* Business Calculus

^{Note: Finite Math & Survey of Calculus is offered at Lake Superior College }