RECRUITING GUIDE 2017
BYU BY THE NUMBERS
WHY THE Y?
COLLEGE SPECIFIC INFO BYU BRIDGE
INTRODUCTION Brigham Young University seeks to develop students of faith, intellect, and character who have the skills and the desire to continue learning and serve others throughout their lives. Here students obtain an intensive education in an environment of faith, producing high standards of life on all fronts. Our students are bright. Our students are innovative. Our students are well prepared and work hard. They solve-problems with creativity and purpose. They aim high and achieve higher. Our students are different, and they are ready for you. Come see for yourself.
About Us: University Career Services BYU Bridge Succesful BYU Recruiters Video: WHY the Y? By The Numbers Don't just take our word for it Colleges Technology Computing & Data Alumni BYU Campus Map & Services Things To Do in Provo
6 8 10 12 14 16 18 40 54 56 58
BYU Career Services seeks to provide students with the opportunities they n
Number of students who attend fairs
On-campus interviews conducted this season
2,455 General 2,391 General 3,814 STEM 2,529 STEM Fall 2016
496 Info sessions conducted this season
Number of employers who attend fairs
158 General 136 General 194 STEM 128 STEM 6
need to “go forth and serve.”
8,278 Companies on Bridge
11,783 Recruiters on Bridge
RECRUITING SOFTWARE THAT CONNECTS YOU WITH STUDENTS
WHY SHOULD I
WHY SHOULD I
REGISTER FOR A BYU BRIDGE ACCOUNT AND POST A JOB?
Receiving access to the Bridge will allow you to connect to BYU Students and alumni to find incredible employees. You will also be able to facilitate on campus recruiting (OCR) and job postings.
POST A POSITION ON BYU BRIDGE?
The Bridge allows you to post full-time, part-time, or internship positions to find undergraduate and alumni candidates to meet your needs. You may specify the industry, job function, major or graduation date.
â€¢ Go to bridge.byu.edu > Employer
WHY SHOULD I
REGISTER FOR CAREER FAIRS?
Two semi-annual career fairs allow you to connect with students across campus, collect resumes, conduct interviews, and provide information about your career opportunities.
BYU Career Services is a central office to aid employers who desire to recruit from one discipline or many. We offer a variety of venues to connect you with students. We can help with scheduling, logistics, promotion, and identifying the best recruiting strategy. Let us help you find great future candidates!
WHY SHOULD I
SCHEDULE AN INFORMATION SESSION ON CAMP US?
Using the BYU Bridge, you can schedule on campus recruiting events, allowing you to meet students who can apply for your positions. Typical sessions include a company overview, question and answer session, networking, and often refreshments.
For BYU Recruiting guidelines, https://ucs.byu.edu/RecruitingPolicies
Contact Information: BYU Recruiter Support Team (801) 422-6932
Director of Recruiting email@example.com
WHY SHOULD I
SCHEDULE ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS FOR CURRENT STUDENTS?
On-campus interviews allow you to interview students in a convenient, comfortable and professional environment.
Director of Employer Engagement firstname.lastname@example.org
BYU RECRUITERS JOB POSTINGS There are specific guidelines for job posting on campus. “As an employer, recruiter, or other professional interested in connecting with BYU students and alumni through UCS, you must agree to abide by the policies contained in our recruiting guidelines.” >> https://ucs.byu.edu/RecruitingPolicies
Include details when posting positions on BYU Bridge:majors, skills, job functions. This will assure that students interested in your posting will find it by searching under specific criteria. >> https://ucs.byu.edu/employerspositions
ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS Schedule on-campus interviews at least 4-6 weeks in advance. Attach a job position as soon as your interview date is approved. Use student ambassadors to connect with prospective candidates. Some companies bring alumni to recruit on campus which is a valuable tool in marketing your brand and communicating your culture. Most interview rooms hold up to two recruiters. Please contact a recruiter support team in advance if you require a large room. >> https://ucs.byu.edu/employers/ocr
>>> The Recruiter Support Team (801) 422-6932 email@example.com
S... INFORMATION SESSIONS Submit requests early to get the best location and best student turnout. At least 1 month in advance is recommended to allow enough time for advertising and promotion. Hold information sessions that last no longer than one hour… and providing something to eat always helps.
CAREER FAIRS When registering, complete the "Employer Profile" in detail to have the best reach during the fair. Students are able to search employers registered for the fair by looking at the job postings associated with your company and majors or skills desired. >> https://ucs.byu.edu/career-fair-main-page
Be sure to fill out the “Equipment Requests” in detail when submitting requests on the BYU Bridge. Email your BYU Recruiter Support Team member a digital advertisement soon after the information session has been approved in order to begin promoting your event. Post at least one position to BYU Bridge before the info session so students know what types of positions you offer. >> https://ucs.byu.edu/employers/infosession >> If you are a local employer, hold information sessions a week before or after the General Career & STEM Fairs to avoid competition with out-of-state employers.
BY THE NUMBERS DEGREES GRANTED IN 2014-2015 6,281 >> Bachelor’s (180 programs) 996 >> Master’s (62 programs) 243 >> Doctorate (26 programs)
PEOPLE LOVE US US News & World Report Top 10 Best Value School Wall Street Journal #1 Accounting Program Forbes/Glassdoor #1 Best University to Work For US News #2 Yield: accepted students who enroll PR Weekly #3 PR Program US News #4 Graduates with least debt Entrepreneur #6 Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Wall Street Journal #11 Top Graduates as rated by Recruiters
EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS Average High School GPA Average ACT Score Lived Outside the U.S. for at Least One Year Students Who Speak a Second Language Number of States Represented Number of Countries Represented Students who come from outside of Utah 14 14
3.84 29 (Top 10% nationally) 50% 70% (16% speak three) 50 105 66%
CONNECT 15 CONNECT
DON’T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT.
“It’s always a pleasure to come to BYU and interact with a fantastically talented student body and staff.”
“We hire BYU students because they are hard-working and ethical.”
“Highly talented, professional students with meaningful experience.”
“Quality of education; job ethics... Excellent reputation for personal integrity and focus on a strong undergraduate education.“
Wall Street Journal
“We truly value our relationship with BYU. BYU has a great Construction Management Program but it is the quality and character of the students that is the real magic.”
Kevin E. Burke, President & CEO Burke Construction Group, Inc.
“BYU students are intelligent and hardworking. We hire them because they have a clear vision of what they want to achieve and how to reach their goals.”
Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
“We were so impressed with the caliber of students at BYU. Most were at the top of their class in high school, spoke two languages, and were excited to go out into the world and make a difference. What a great group of young people.”
“They are very well prepared for the work force and have already had valuable life experiences that put them ahead of the competition. Their education from BYU is challenging and up-to-date with industry trends and technology."
Harbor Packaging Inc.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Colleges
Marriott School of Management
David O, Mckay school
Engineering& Technology -
Ira A. Fulton College
Family Home& Social Sciences
International Studies -
David M. Kennedy Center
Physical& Mathematical Sciences CONNECT
MARRIOTT SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
If you are recruiting exclusively from the Marriott School of Management, please contact the Business Career Center at 801-422-5800 or https://marriottschool.byu.edu/recruiter/index/contactcareer for more information.
ecognized around the world as one of the best places to hire graduates with high ethical standards, BYU believes that development of character is the highest aim of education. An emphasis on strong moral and spiritual values along with essential management skills prepares graduates to join a dynamic global work force.
Accounting Finance Information Systems
Management: General Business
Management: Entrepreneurship Management: Global Supply Chain Management
Management: Marketing Management
Management: OBHR Management: Strategy Recreation Management: Experience Industry Management
Recreation Management: Therapeutic Recreation
TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS 1801
MINORS Management Strategy Nonprofit Management Global Business & Literacy Aerospace Studies Military Science CONNECT
DAVID O. MCKAY SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
he mission of the David O. McKay School of Education is to improve learning and teaching in schools as well as in the home, church, and community worldwide. They strive to prepare students to serve and engage in civic responsibilities, teach with a nurturing pedagogy, and have stewardship in school and community.
The communication disorders program is Ranked 53 nationally in the U.S. News and World Report rankings of speech-language pathology graduate programs (out of 243 programs)
MAJORS Communication Disorders Early Childhood Education Elementary Education
Special Education: Mild/Moderate Disabilities Special Education: Severe Disabilities Physical Education Teaching /Coaching 22 22
TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS
SECONDARY EDUCATION PROGRAMS Technology&Engineering Education
TESOL K-12 Dual-Language Immersion K-12 Teaching Physical Education Teaching/Coaching
Family & Consumer Sciences Education History / Social Science Education Art Education Dance Education Music Education Theatre & Media Arts Education English Teaching French Teaching German Teaching Latin Teaching Spanish Teaching Biology Education School Health Education Math Education Chemistry Education Earth & Space Science Education Physics Teaching Teaching Physical Science CONNECT
IRA A. FULTON COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
he Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology at Brigham Young University gives students the opportunity to leverage an
excellent education with the techical and leadership skills needed to take on tomorrow's greatest engineering challenges. The college prepare more than 3,400 students in 11 degree programs.
Civil and Environmental Engineering 2014 Robert Ridgway Award for the most outstanding ASCE Student Chapter.
National Winners:BYU ChE students have consistently placed in the top three in regional and national AIChE paper competitions.
MAJORS 2424 CONNECT CONNECT
Chemical Engineering Civil & Environmental Engineering Electrical & Computer Engineering Construction Management Facilities & Property Management Technology and Engineering Education
124 235 247
Industrial Design Information Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering
TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS
Electrical and Computer Engineerin
Designated a "Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Security" by the NSA/DHS
Class 10 Clean Room (Integrated Microfabricatoin Lab)-sponsored by The Micron Foundation and IM Flash Technologies
Student competition teams have more than 40 first-place awards and have placed in over 100 regional and national
BYU SAE Racing Teams :Electric Streamliner broke a world record. Supermileage Car placed first for most miles per gallon (1,331 MPG) at national competition.
602 405 636
Women in Program Chemical 24% Civil 26% Elec 10% Mech 11 % Construction 10 % IT 11% Industrial Design 28 %
FAMILY HOME AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
he College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences is composed of departments that study patterns of human behavior from diverse
disciplinary approaches. As the name implies, the college is particularly concerned with studying the family as the basic unit of society. Students gain a broad education that develops an appreciation of the values of modern civilization and prepares them to contribute effectively in professional careers.
Anthropology: Archaeology Anthropology : Sociocultural
History Teaching Premajor
Economics BA Economics BS
Family and Consumer Sciences Education
Family and Consumer Sciences Education Pre-major
Family History: Genealogy
Family Life :Family Studies
Family Life: Human Development Geography : Environmental Studies Geography :Geographic Information Systems Geography :Geospatial Intelligence Geography : Global Studies Geography : Tourism Studies Geography : Urban & Regional Planning
History History Teaching
Political Science Psychology
Social Science Teaching Sociology Social Science Teaching Pre-major
TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS
MINORS Anthropology I Civic Engagement Leadership I Economics | Family History - Genealogy Family Life I Geographic Information Systems | Geography Teaching I Gerontology I Global Studies I History Teaching | History I International Strategy and Diplomacy I Legal Studies Native American Studies I Political Science I Political Science Teaching | Political Strategy Sociology I Tourism Studies I Urban & Regional Planning |Psychology I Psychology Teaching
FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS
he College of Fine Arts and Communications teaches students to think, feel, perform, and communicate. It strives for excellence and rigor in scholarship, performance, and creative activity. The School of Communications, a division of the College of Fine Arts and Communications, prepares professionals to facilitate the transfer of ideas among people through mass media communication. The college as a whole seeks balance among these areas of endeavor and offers students a diverse education in preparation for professional contributions and a lifetime of service to
MAJORS Art Art Education Art BA Art BFA Media Arts Studies Studio Arts
Communications 13 36 5 275 192
Music Music Media Music Music Composition Music Dance Theater Commercial Music Jazz Studies Sound Recording Technology
TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS 3054
Advertising News Media Journalism Public Relations
200 80 80 200
Music Performance 13 1 18 53 47 2 1
Brass Organ Percussion Piano String Vocal Woodwind
35 10 11 40 62 34 47
Design Animation Graphic Design Graphic Design BFA Illustration Illustration BFA Photography Photography BFA
265 331 35 239 41 173 21
Music Education K-12 Choral K-12 Instrumental Elementary and General
28 37 19
DESIGN Winner of 19 2016 Graphics New Talent awards Won 17 Student Emmy Awards in 12 years
Dance Dance Dance Education
Communications Public Relations Top rated Public Relations program by PR week
Advertising OI K
70 43 149
Acting Education: K-12 Studies
News Media Recognition award from the Creativity Student Media & Interactive Design Awards
bl ac kc ol or
Gold or silver awards in all ten student categories at the American Advertising Federation’s ADDY competition
Five Gracie Awards from the Alliance for Women in Media 16 regional and 3 national awards from the Society of Professional Journalist’s Mark of Excellence 7 awards from Utah Press Association’s “Better Newspaper Contest”
MAJORS American Studies Arabic Language Art History and Curatorial Studies Comparative Literature Interdisciplinary Humanities Linguistics Philosophy
58 84 77 263 66 336 96
Classical Studies Classical Civilization Classics Greek Latin
10 13 6 5
ur Humanities students are uniquely passionate about what they study. Their dedication to their discipline, whether it be linguistics, classical studies, or Russian, drives them and motivates them to be excellent students and scholars. Their passion makes them learn to think clearly, act well, and appreciate life. With a broad skill set and global worldview, humanities students can thrive in nearly any organization or industry.
Arabic I Biblical Hebrew I Chinese I Chinese Teaching I C Classical Studies: Latin I Digital Humanities and Technol English Teaching I French I French Teaching I German I Italian I Japanese I Japanese teaching I Korean I Latin Te Modern Hebrew I Philosophy I Portuguese I Portugese T Scandinavian Studies I Spanish I Spanish Teaching I Tea I Theoretical and Applied Ethics I Western American Stu Studies I International Cinema Studies I Creative Writing
TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS 2230
English English Teaching
Italian French French French Studies French Teaching
Italian Italian Studies
Spanish Spanish Teaching Spanish Translation
108 39 19
German German: Linguistics man: Literature/Film/Culture German Studies German Teaching
71 7 14 3 11
Classical Studies: Greek I logy I Editing I English I German Teaching I Humanities I eaching I Linguistics I Logic I Teaching I Russian I Russian Teaching I aching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) udies I Women's Studies I Art History and Curatorial g I Writing and Rhetoric I
Portuguese Portuguese Portuguese Studies
COLLEGES DAVID M. KENNEDY CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
ocated in the heart of Brigham Young University’s campus, the Kennedy Center is a dynamic, global center offering a broad spectrum of study and service opportunities. Our richly diverse but intimately interconnected world challenges us to develop a breadth of knowledge and a depth of understanding to comprehend our complex internationalneighborhood. The Kennedy Center is committed to the university’s injunction to “enter to learn—go forth to serve” and its aspiration to make “the world our campus.”
15th Largest study abroad program in the country
70% of BYU students speak 2nd language
Ancient Near Eastern Studies Asian Studies European Studies International Relations Latin American Studies Middle East Studies /Arabic
TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS 513 32
45 42 76
MINORSAfrican Studies 228
Ancient Near Eastern Studies Asian Studies European Studies International Development Latin American Studies Middle East Studies CONNECT
YU Life Science students understand the fundamental principles of life that extend from the
tiniest microbes to plants, animals, and human beings. Students also obtain the knowledge, skills, and motivation necessary to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Specialized courses emphasizing teaching and research in various life science disciplines are also offered. Disciplines range from basic science to applied science.
Athletic Training 216 Bioinformatics 84 Biological Science Education 54 Public Health: Health Science 180 Wildlife and Wildlands Conservation 117 Biology Biophysics 61 Conservation Biology 23 Dietetics 192 Environmental Science 68 Exercise and Wellness Exercise Science Food Science 113 Genetics and Biotechnology 170 Landscape Management 90 Medical Laboratory Science 143 Microbiology 226 Molecular Biology 103 Nutritional Science 116 Physiology and Developmental Biology Public Health:Environmental Occupational Health 63 Public Health :Epidemiology 74 Public Health:Health Promotion
CONNECT 34 CONNECT
TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS 4845
Public Health BYU MPH Program #10 in Top 25 Public Health Grad Programs #2 in Top Public Health Programs for Career Support
Food Science Placement in employment or post-graduate education Women in Program 53% Placement outside of Utah 43%
70% of students placed into
health professions- higher than national average
Dietetics pass rate in examination for
Registered Dietician Nutritionists
Wildlife & Wildlands Conservation #6 Program in nation
Medical Laboratory Science 95% National Board pass rate CONNECT
oday, the BYU College of Nursing educates over 400 students annually who are among the highest academically qualified in the country. As a vital part of their preparation, students engage in clinical practice in more than 250 clinical sites in the Mountain West and beyond. They have opportunities in a variety of local and international areas including Ecuador, Russia, Finland, India, Tonga, Taiwan, and Navajo Reservation. In addition, students study research, ethics, advanced writing, and religion. Brigham Young University College of Nursing recognizes an overwhelming need for highly qualified nurses throughout the world. To help fill this need the College of Nursing is dedicated to providing the highest quality nursing education. Preparation at BYU includes the integration of the arts, science, and technology, with a devotion to human values and the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Pass rate on the ANCC certification examinations for Family Nurse practitioner
pass rate on NCLEX-RN license exam
TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS
CONNECT CONNECT37 37
PHYSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
MAJORS Actuary Sciences Biochemistry Physics Applied Mathematics Chemistry BA Chemistry BS Chemistry Education Physics Computer Science Computer Science: Animation Computer Science: Bioinformatics Earth and Space Science Education Geology Geology: Environmental Geology Mathematics: Applied and Computational Mathematics Education Physical Science Teaching Statistics: Applied Statistics and Analytics Statistics: Biostatistics Statistics: Statistical Science Physics: Astronomy Physics Teaching
23 7 4 16 34 19
he College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at Brigham Young University provides the environment, the mentors, the tools, and the experiences that
students need in order to contribute to their various fields and become lifelong learners. The college prepares more than 2,500 students in 29 degree programs to investigate, understand, and appreciate the beauty and complexity of the universe while enhancing reverence for its Creator. Its faculty of about 185 members mentor approximately 700 undergraduate students in research projects and publish about 400 peer-reviewed research papers.
Have one of the largest math programs in the country (200 students).
CONNECT 38 CONNECT 38
into industry or graduate school: Computer Science 98% | Math Education 88% | Statistics 100%
NUMBER OF STUDENTS 2581
106 91 126
TABLE OF CONTENTS Technology Computing& Data
Information Technology -
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering & Technology
Applied Mathematics College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Electrical& Computer Engineering -
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering & Technology
College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Information Systems Marriott School of Management
Computer Science -
College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences
College of Humanities
41 CONNECT 41 CONNECT
IRA A. FULTON COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY The Information Technology (IT) program at BYU prepares students to meet challenging, real-world needs through the creation, application, and integration of computing technologies. A mix of practical and theoretical knowledge leads to versatile graduates with high-demand skills and the ability to invent and leverage emerging technologies. Technical depth and rigor are augmented by a strong focus on teamwork, leadership, and effective communication developed through our required work experience and capstone projects. Graduates are highly sought after in high growth areas such as cybersecurity, user experience design, web and mobile development, networking, system administration, and the Internet of Things.
placement in industry, graduate schools, professional schools
â€” One of the lead IT research programs in the nation
â€” Average salary: Approx.
$73,300 ENROLLMENT Total BS MS Minor
261 226 16 19
SPECIALTY AREAS • Application Development • Cyber-Security • Embedded & Mobile Systems • Social Computing • System & Network Administration • User Experience & Human-Computer Interaction • Web Technologies • Communication & Media • Genealogy & Family History • Health Informatics
COMPANIES THAT RECRUIT IT STUDENTS AT BYU
Adobe | ExxonMobil | CISCO | Ancestry.com | Federal Government Intelligent Agencies | Microsoft | Qualtrics | Linked In | Walmart | Lockheed Martin|
IRA A. FULTON COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER
ENGINEERIN BYU Computer Engineering (CE) is concerned with the design and construction of computers and computer-based systems. It involves the study of hardware, software, communications, and the interaction among them. Its curriculum focuses on the theories, principles, and practices of traditional electrical engineering and mathematics, and applies them to the problems of designing computers and computer-based devices. Computer engineering students study the design of digital hardware systems including communications systems, computers and devices that contain computers. They study software development, focusing on software for digital devices and their interfaces with users and other devices. CE study may emphasize hardware more than software or there may be a balanced emphasis. CE has a strong engineering flavor.
ENROLLMENT Computer Engineering BS 230 (Seniors 113) Masters 55 PhD 39
Electrical Engineeing BS 406 (Seniors 179) Masters 58 PhD 34
NG SPECIALTY AREAS • Embedded systems design and programming • FPGA design and CAD • Computer architecture • Software development • Robotics, vision, and control • Real-time systems
Graduates split 50/50 between Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering programs
Strong combination of analytical & software skills
100% placement in industry, graduate schools, professional schools
MARRIOTT SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
INFORMATIO BYU’s Information Systems (IS) programs emphasize technology by requiring programming skills and incorporate collaborative teamwork in resolving the managerial, operational and behavioral aspects of IS.
Graduates often play a key consultant role in analyzing and determining an organization’s IS requirements and are active in their specification, design, and implementation. They are adept at both adapting and adopting change and can serve as an effective bridge between the technical and management communities within an organization. BYU IS graduates can design, build, and implement applications used in technology-based organizational communication and collaboration systems which enhance web, mobile, security, BI, and business operational environments.
ENROLLMENT Total BSIS MS Minor
327 183 114 30
• Students are taught to understand both technical and organizational factors required to provide competitive advantages for information and technology-enabled business processes. • They can build databases and dashboards focused on delivering the value of business intelligence (BI). • They focus on integrating solutions that enhance and meet the information and operational needs of businesses and other enterprises.
“Leveraging Technology To Solve Business Problems”
TOP 10 IS PROGRAM NATION-WIDE #8 BUSINESS WEEK UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESS SCHOOL
BUSINESS PROCESSES CURRICULUM • INTEX (Integrative Exercises – Business Case IT/IS Resolutions) • Small group /team collaboration required • Project Management driven • Cross industry lines of business
Tech Republic IS specific
Solid Technology Base: Must program in Java. Students choose other languages based on desired focus. Many choose to become Software/Web/ Mobile Developers/ Engineers. Database, BI, Security, IT Consulting, IT Audit, Business/Systems Analysts, Design, and more.
COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL & MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
APPLIED MATHEMATICS http://www.acme.byu.edu/
The foundational core of the Applied and Computational Mathematics Emphasis (ACME) is based in mathematics, statistics and computing. The horizontal integration across multiple quantitative disciplines gives students a broad exposure to several interdisciplinary fields, while allowing for each student to have a primary area of specialization. In addition, each student selects an emphasis in one of 28 areas in pure and applied sciences. Examples include economics, business analytics, finance, chemistry, computer science, bio-statistics and all areas of engineering.
ENROLLMENT BS 126 (Seniors) 32
Analytics | Modeling | Programming |Big data | Numerical computation | Distributed computing |Algorithmic development | Dynamics & Control |
Teamwork: Students work in teams, developing strong networks and collaborative skills for solving problems that cross traditional mathematical and scientific boundaries. Computing: Students master python and develop a working knowledge of C++, SQL, MPI, OpenMP and map reduce/Hadoop. Projects: Every core math class has a Computer Lab associated with it where students code up their own version of key algorithms to compare with industrial strength libraries.
TOP APPLIED MATH RECRUITERS
Goldman Sachs Raytheon Sandia MIT Lincoln Fast Enterprises McKinsey & Company Google
COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL & MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Department. As they expand their understanding of the role of science in a systematic pursuit of truth, the student will develop the ability to understand and communicate the results from empirical research in an ethical manner. They will also be able to implement sound statistical methodology to strengthen scientific conclusions.
498 STATS GRADUATES PER YEAR 40 ACTUARIAL GRADUATES PER YEAR 29 MASTER 13 TOTAL
TO SUCCEED IN THIS MISSION, THE DEPARTMENT WILL • Offer the premier undergraduate educational experience to statistics and actuarial science majors that prepares them to pursue satisfying and productive careers and qualifies them to enter competitive graduate programs. • Offer an applied statistics graduate program that prepares outstanding students for successful and productive careers. • Provide superb teaching in general education and service courses to cultivate an understanding of the role of the scientific method in performing empirical research. • Contribute to the advancement of statistical science through peerreviewed research, and collaborate on the pursuit of knowledge across scientific disciplines.
COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
96% STUDENT PLACEMENT AT GRADUATION
150+ students work on mentored
research projects in any given semester. One of the TOP
ANIMATION PROGRAMS in the country.
STUDENT EMMY AWARDS in the past 11 years.
BS MS Ph.D. Minor
984 131 40 204
Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Computer Networks, Systems & Security Data & Text Analytics Computational Science & Control Graphics, Animation & Computer Vision Human-Computer Interaction & Software Development
COMPANIES THAT RECRUIT CS STUDENTS AT BYU Google Microsoft Amazon Facebook National Instruments ExxonMobil Pixar DreamWorks Disney Animation
Sony Goldman Sachs General Motors Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Epic Intel Federal Bureau Investigation National Security Agency
Department of Defense U.S. Department of Homeland Security PepsiCo Qualtrics InsideSales.com Xactware
COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES
PURPOSES (1) Revisit humanities content by applying technologyâ€™s analytical strengths. (2) Solve modern problems by applying the humanitiesâ€™ synthetic thinking methods.
SKILLS Web publishing | print publishing, computational linguistics | software localization | corpus analysis | topic modeling, etc.
OUTCOMES (1) Understand the implications of technologymediated knowledge. (2) Display expertise in one or more technologies. (3) Apply technology skills to solve real problems and/or create new technology-based tools.
STUDENTS 55/45 split between humanities majors and others. Majors from every college but one (nursing).
CONNECT WITH EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONALS
412,416 Alumni in U.S. 295,182 Graduated Alumni 179,000 Active Alumni in our network 2,879 Alumni internationally
Scott Greenhalgh Director, Employer Relations & Alumni Career Services (801) 422-7600 firstname.lastname@example.org
We can connect you with 54
thousands of experienced professionals throughout the country and beyond. CONNECT
br i g h am yo u n g u n i v ers i t y c a m p u s
m a p
s e r v i c e s
stadium avenue h 71
1650 north (university parkway)
40 s s s
n o r th c am pu s
d r iv e
e s driv campu
820 north 20 11
800 north 45
1060 north 7
h e r i t age
us dr ive
e s driv
ampu east c
150 east (canyon road)
building list 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43
Allen Hall (Museum of Peoples and Cultures) (ALLN) D/14 Alumni House (ALUM) E/9 Animal Science Farm (FARM) B,C/1 Archery Field at Helaman Halls (FLD HEL) D/7 Auxiliary Maintenance Building (AXMB) I-5/6 B-21 to B-32 Automotive Lab and Classroom G/12 B/34, B/38, B/41, B/51 (Miscellaneous Temporary Buildings) G/12 B-66 Classroom/Lab Building I/12 Bean Life Science Museum, Monte L. (MLBM) G/8 Benson Building, Ezra Taft (BNSN) F/13 Benson Agriculture and Food Institute, Ezra Taft (B-49) F/14 Bookstore, BYU (WSC, formerly BKST) G/11 Brewster Building, Sam F (BRWB) H/12 Brimhall Building, George H. (BRMB) E/12,13 Centennial Carillon Tower (BELL) G/8 Central Heating and Cooling Plants H/12 Chemicals Management Building (CMB) I/12 Clark Building, Herald R. (HRCB) F/12 Clark Law Building, J. Reuben (JRCB) H/10 Cluff Plant Science Laboratory, Benjamin, Jr. (CLFB) G/13,14 Clyde Engineering Building, W. W. (CB) G/12 Conference Center (CONF) H/7 Crabtree Technology Building, Roland A. (CTB) H/12 Creamery on Ninth East (CONE) I/10 Dairy Products Laboratory (Creamery) (DPL) H/7 Deseret Towers (DT) and Morris Center (MORC) I/8 Deseret Towers Field (FLD DT) I/6,7 Earth Science Museum (ESM) C/6 Edwards Stadium, LaVell (LVES) D/5,6 Ellsworth Meat and Livestock Center, Leo B. (EMLC) C/2 Eyring Science Center, Carl F. (ESC) F/12 Faculty Office Building (FOB) E/11 Fletcher Building, Harvey L. (FB) G/12 Foreign Language Student Residence (FLSR) J/4 Grant Building, Heber J. (HGB) E/13 Harman Continuing Education Building, Caroline Hemenway (HCEB) H/6 Harris Fine Arts Center, Franklin S. (HFAC) G/10 Harrison Arboretum and Botany Pond, Betrand F. F/13 Helaman Halls (HL) and Cannon Center (CANC) D,E/8,9 Helaman Halls Tennis Courts (CRTS HEL-A,B) D/8 Heritage Halls (HR) and Central Building (HRCN) H,I/9,10 Indoor Tennis Courts (TCB) D/12 Intramural Field (West Stadium) (FLD IMFLD) A,B/5,6
44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86
Kimball Tower, Spencer W. (SWKT) F/12 Knight Hall, Amanda, (AKH) C/14 Knight Humanities Building, Jesse (JKHB) F/10 Knight Mangum Building (KMB) H/13 Laundry Building, Auxiliary Services (AXLB) I/5,6 Lee Library, Harold B. (HBLL) F,G/11 Maeser Building, Karl G. (MSRB) E/13 Marriott Center, J. Willard (MC) F,G/7,8 Martin Building, Thomas L. (North) (MARB) F,G/12 McDonald Building, Howard S. (MB) G/13 McKay Building, David O. (MCKB) E/12 Miller Fields, Larry H. and Gail (MF) E/7 Missionary Training Center (MTC) H,I/3,4 Museum of Art (MOA) G/10 Nicholes Building, Joseph K. (NICB) F/12 Provo LDS Temple K/1,2 Oliver House (OLVH) I/11 Richards Building, Stephen L (RB) D,E/11 Service Building (Former UVSC Building) (B-77) C/9 Senior Missionary Training Center (MTCS) C/9,10 Smith Fieldhouse, George Albert (SFH) D/12 Smith Building, Joseph (JSB) E/13 Smith Family Living Center, Joseph F. (SFLC) F/11 Smoot Administration Building, Abraham O. (ASB) F,G/10 Snell Building, William H. (SNLB) H/12 Stadium East and West Houses (STEH, STWH) D/4 Student Auxiliary Services Building (SASB) H/5 Student Health Center (SHC) J/5 Talmage Mathematical Sciences/Computer Building, James E. (TMCB) F/10,11 Tanner Building, N. Eldon (TNRB) E/10 Taylor Building, John (Comprehensive Clinic) (TLRB) J/11 Track and Field Complex D/7,8 Traffic Services Building, Parking and (PTSB) H/8 University Parkway Center (UPC) B,C/6 University Press Building (UPB) H/5,6 Varsity Practice (West of RB) (FLD FBFLD) D/10,11 Visitors Center (VCTR) E/12 Waite House—FARMS (WAIH) F/13 Wells ROTC Building, Daniel H. (ROTC) I/11 Widtsoe Building, John A. (WIDB) F,G/12 Wilkinson Student Center, Ernest L. (WSC) G,H/11 Wymount Terrace (WT) and Wymount Administration Building (WOAD) J,K,L/2,3,4,5,6,7 Wyview Park (WP) A,B/2,3,4
Administration Building (building #67) . . . . .F,G/10
Financial Aid Office (a-41 asb). . . . . . . . . . . . . . .F,G/10
Signature Card Office (100 sasb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H–5
byu Bookstore (wsc, formerly bkst) . . . . . . . . . . . G/11
Games Center (1171 wsc) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H/11
Student id Center (2310 wsc) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G–11
Barbershop (1030 wsc) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H/11
Health Center (building #71) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J/5
Student Parking Areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(various)
Bus passes (Bookstore cashiers’ desk) . . . . . . . . .G/11
Honor Code Office (4440 wsc) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .G/11
Skyroom Restaurant (6th floor wsc) . . . . . . . . . . . G–11 University Station Post Office (1131 wsc) . . . . . .H–11
Campus Craft and Floral (1021 wsc) . . . . . . . . . . H/11
Information Centers (wsc/asb/vctr) . . . . . . .(various)
Campus Lost and Found (1055 wsc) . . . . . . . . . . H/11
International Services (1351 wsc) . . . . . . . . . . . . . G–11
Varsity Theatre (2046 wsc) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G–11
Campus Scheduling (3326 wsc) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G/11
Multicultural Student Services (1320 wsc) . . . . . .G–11
Visitors Center (building #80) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E–12
Cougar Creations (1010 wsc) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .H/11
Off-Campus Housing Office (2170 wsc). . . . . . . . .G–11
Visitor Parking Areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (various)
Cougareat Food Court (wsc) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .G/11
Outdoors Unlimited (1151 wsc) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H–11
wsc Computer Lab (1111 wsc) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .H–11
Parking Permits (Traffic Office, building #76) . . .H–8
HOTELS **Springhill Suites 1580 North Freedom Blvd. Provo, UT 84604 (801) 373-0073
**Courtyard Inn 1600 North Freedom Blvd. Provo, UT 84604 (801) 373-2222
**Residence Inn 252 West 2230 North Provo, UT 84604 (801) 374-1000
Bombay House Indian, Vegetarian 463 N. University Ave. (801) 373-6677 $$
Communal European, American 102 N. University Ave. (801) 373-8000 $$$
Brick Oven Pizza 111E. 800 North (801) 374-8800 $$
Café Rio Mexican 2250 N. University Pkwy (801) 375-5133 $
Black Sheep Cafe Southwestern Modern American 19 N. University Ave. (801) 607-2485 $$
DP Cheesesteaks Sandwiches/Subs 1774 N. University Pkwy. (801) 709-2996 $
Guru’s Breakfast and Brunch 45 E. Center St. (801) 375-4878
J-Dawgs "Crazy Good" Hot dogs 858 N. 700 East (801) 373-3294 $ *two combo meals for $10 Joe Veras Mexican 250 Center St #100 (801) 375-6714 $$ La Jolla Groves American,Steakhouse 4801 N. University Ave., Suite 610 (801) 224-5111 $$$
Oregano Italian 223 Center St (801) 788-4185
Per person $ 1-9 $$ 10-19 $$$ 20+
Pho Plus Vietnamese 68 W. Center St. (801) 377-8808 $ Station 22 Café American 22W. Center St. (801) 607-1803 $$ The Wall 1151 Wilkinson Student Center (801) 422-4470 $ *free fries.
THINGS TO DO IN PROVO The Shops at Riverwoods
Provo Beach Resort Malawis Pizza Tucanos La Jolla Groves Wynnsong Movie Theatre Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
Thanksgiving Point Gardens 3003 North Thanksgiving Way, Lehi
Hale Center Theater 801-226-8600 225 West 400 North Orem, Utah
https://comedysportzutah.com/ 36 West Center Street, Provo, Utah
Walking down Historic Provo Center Street
LDS Temple Black Sheep Café Rockwell Ice Cream Hrushka’s Kolaches (before noon) Guru’s Cafe
Go on a hike or scenic drive
Drive the Alipine loop Hike the Y Hike to Stuart Falls http://www.provolibrary.com/what-to-do-in-provo-outdoors
Local Seasonal Fairs and Events
See library site
To find a more complete list,
CATCH THE BYU GOUGARS IN ACTION
Please let us know how we can best serv
We hope to see you soon. Here is the video of BYU President Worthen telling you more about BYU students.
ve you in meeting your recruiting initiatives.
VIEW FULL ONLINE RECRUITING GUIDE ONLINE AT
CREDIT Welcome page timelapse video, page 1—BYU Magazine and Bradley Slade|Why The Y? Video, pages 3-4—BYU University Communications|Photos page 23 —Bradley Slade| Photo 1, page 31—College of Fine Arts and Communications, BYU|Photos pages 34-35—David M. Kennedy Center, BYU|Photos 2-6, page 39—College of Nursing, BYU|All other photos—BYU Photo|Video page 27—BYU Mechanical Engineering Department|Graphics—FreePik
© 2016 by BYU University Career Services. All rights reserved.