## What careers can you do with maths and physics?

Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Physics & Mathematics Average by Job

- Job.
- Software Developer.
- Data Scientist.
- Research Analyst.
- Credit Risk Analyst.
- Development Operations (DevOps) Engineer.
- Mathematics Teacher.
- Quality Assurance (QA) / Test Automation Engineer.

## What classes should I take in high school to become a vet?

If you are interested in a career in veterinary medicine and are now planning your High School schedule, you are strongly encouraged to complete:

- 4 years mathematics – algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus.
- 4 years laboratory sciences – biology, chemistry, physics.
- 4 years English composition.

## What do you have to do in highschool to become a veterinarian?

Start Early in High School

- Study hard – lay the foundation in high school for academic success in college and veterinary school.
- Challenge yourself – take biology and other science courses, math and English, and other college prep classes.
- Get involved in farm and science clubs as well as other leadership activities.

## What GPA do you need to get into vet school?

Most vet schools will look very carefully at your choice of courses in the last three or four semesters and will generally be looking for a GPA of 3.5 or higher.

## Do vets get paid well?

The median pay for veterinarians as of 2017 is $90,420, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. On top of that, the future for veterinarians looks good, as the BLS projects employment to grow 19%, which is far above the average. Of course, not all places pay veterinarians the same salary.

## What career uses the most math?

Career Paths for Math-Lovers

- Auditor: $70,500.
- Data or Research Analyst: $83,390.
- Computer Programmer: $84,280.
- Medical Scientist: $84,810.
- Financial Analyst: $85,660.
- Statistician: $88,190.
- Actuary: $102,880.
- Economist: $104,340.

## What classes are required for vet school?

General Pre-Veterinary School Course Requirements

Course Subject | # Semesters |
---|---|

Biology/Zoology | .Most schools require 2 semesters with lab. |

Physiology | Some schools require 1 semester. |

Microbiology | Some schools require 1 semester with lab. Some schools require 2. |

Biochemistry | 1 semester |

## What math do vet schools require?

Mathematics–The minimum requirement ranges from algebra and trigonometry to two semesters of calculus and varies with each school. Note that it is a minimum requirement. Most schools do not accept students who have not taken calculus, even if their published requirement is algebra and trigonometry (MATH 140 and 141).