Natural Sciences & Mathematics (NSM) undergraduate and graduate students discover unique opportunities to develop analytical and deductive reasoning skills whether in the classroom, in the lab or abroad. The college has an educational model consisting of accessibility to research, innovative faculty and interactive learning experiences. NSM students are prepared to be inquisitive, globally-minded citizens. Career & Professional Development is here to support you as you discover your path, seek out meaningful experiences, internships/jobs or a post-doctoral opportunity as you take your next step after DU.
Drop-In Hours with STEM Career Advisors
College-specific drop-in hours happen every Thursday from 4-5 PM (MST). Join via Zoom to get immediate support. In the fall, weekly drop-in hours with your career advisors will be available. Schedules will be updated here each quarter.
Popular Industries for Natural Sciences & Mathematics Undergraduate & Graduate Students
Students graduating from the Natural Sciences & Mathematics have skills that can apply to a wide array of industries. Common areas of employment include healthcare, aerospace, biomedical, sustainability/environment, energy, research, pharmaceutical, actuarial science, education and government.
|Popular Entry Level Titles for Undergraduate NSM Students (informed by alum titles)
|Popular Masters and PhD Titles (informed by alum titles)
Senior Data Scientist
Environmental Field Technician