You can be part of an academic program that emphasizes statistics as both a science and a service, with powerful applications in biology, medicine, sociology, chemistry, agriculture, education, engineering, economics, psychology, and quality control. Your career niche might combine your love for mathematics, statistics, and financial theory as an actuary or insurance underwriter. You will also be qualified for the many corporations and government agencies where statisticians design experiments, conduct surveys, and analyze data. Earn a bachelor of science degree or add a minor to your existing major. Your degree can include an actuarial science concentration or be part of a dual major program.