Careers

A Rollins degree is a great launch to your career. Math and Computer Science graduates are working at top companies and attending prestigious graduate programs.

Your Future is Bright!

Our students love to study, connect, and hang out in the Archibald Granville Bush Science Center.

A Practical Liberal Education for the 21st Century

In-Demand Skills  A Rollins liberal education trains every graduate in critical thinking, clear communication, and complex problem solving. In a recent study by the American Association of Colleges and Universities, 93% of business leaders agreed that these skills, more than any undergraduate major, are the key to succeeding in the 21st Century economy.

Great Outcomes  A Rollins education prepares you for sucessful, fulfilling career. Our graduates routinely place into top positions in industry and government and go on to attend prestigious graduate programs. Read below to learn what our recent graduates are doing now.

Mentoring  Rollins students benefit from close interaction and dedicated mentoring by our faculty and staff. Throughout your time here, you will have the opportunity to meet with faculty advisors to refine your academic and career plans. Our nationally-recognized Center for Leadership and Community Engagement creates opportunities for our graduates to develop their skills through service to our local and global communities.

Life-Long Advantage  A Rollins education prepares you for all phases of your careeer, with demonstrated skills that will help you land a first job and a firm foundation for your future positions and promotions.

Recent Student Outcomes

Shree Raj Shrestha ('17) has accepted a position as a software development engineer at Amazon. Shree previously completed in internship at Amazon in 2016.

Grace Soto ('17) is a software engineer at Lockheed Martin. Grace previously completed a digital manufacturing internship with Jabil in 2016.

Alexandra DeLucia ('18) completed an summer 2017 internship at Los Alamos National Laboratory, using machine learning to improve supercomputer performance.

Michael Gutensohn ('18) completed a summer 2017 internship at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, working on robotics development.

Julie Anna Contino ('17) was named a 2017 Grace Hopper Scholar. The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is the world's largest annual gathering of women technolgists.

Cameron Lamir ('16) is currently studying artificial intelligence in the Ph.D. program at the University of Notre Dame.

Huiting Terri Qu ('15) is enrolled in the Master of Finance program at Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business.

Department of Mathematics & Computer Science
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Winter Park, FL 32789
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