Some people seem to have all the answers, but it’s the questions that change the world.
STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) rewards the curious, those driven to see what can be done, not what’s already been done. Opportunities in STEM careers are growing as fast as you can text on your phone. Every day, new jobs for majors in biology, chemistry, computer science, math, physics, life and physical science, and engineering emerge.
What is actuarial science?
You may have heard of actuarial science and you may even know it’s a growing, well-paying field—but you may not know all about this high-demand career. Here’s an overview so you no longer have to ask "what is actuarial science?" and you can understand the many perks of becoming an actuary.
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Many UNI STEM majors offer you the choice between a Bachelor of Arts (BA) and a Bachelor of Science (BS) depending upon your career goals.
Nearly half of UNI biology majors participate in undergraduate research
UNI’s computer science department offers paid summer research fellowships each year, giving a $4000 stipend for student researchers
Biology graduates are admitted to medical school at a rate of seven times higher than the national average