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Applied mathematicians are found where quantitative data is analyzed to make decisions. Prepare for a wide variety of careers in technology, finance, insurance, manufacturing, logistics, pharmaceuticals, and more with an applied mathematics degree.

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Department of Applied Mathematics
Rettaliata Engineering Center
10 West 32nd Street, Room 220
Chicago, IL 60616

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Prepare for careers in biotechnology, biochemistry, law, research, and a variety of health professions with Illinois Tech biology programs, while working with faculty on cutting-edge research projects.

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Department of Biology
Robert A. Pritzker Science Center
3101 South Dearborn Street, Room 182
Chicago, IL 60616

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Illinois Tech’s chemistry programs accentuate critical thinking and problem-solving skills to prepare students for careers in industry, academia, and government. Research programs cut across boundaries in catalysis, pharmaceuticals, therapeutics, materials, and sustainable energy.

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Department of Chemistry
Robert A. Pritzker Science Center
3101 South Dearborn Street, Room 136
Chicago, IL 60616

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Computer Science programs at Illinois Tech have the advantage of a software engineering focus. That, along with thorough computer science theory, provide a basis for fundamental technology innovation and long–term career success.

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Department of Computer Science
Stuart Building
10 West 31st Street, Room 235
Chicago, IL 60616

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Learn how to use advanced mathematics and computing in creative and insightful ways, get hands-on experience using scientific apparatus, and complete projects in electronics and computational physics through Illinois Tech’s physics programs.

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Department of Physics
Robert A. Pritzker Science Center
3101 South Dearborn Street, Room 182
Chicago, IL 60616