Apart from the specialized mathematical skills that you will acquire by earning a B.S. in mathematics, the degree also reflects general skills that are valued by many employers. These skills include problem solving, critical thinking, analysis, facility with data, the ability to process quantitative information, and perhaps most important of all, the ability to learn new skills and concepts quickly.
For this reason, mathematics majors are prepared for a wide variety of careers. By all means do not overlook the teaching profession. There is, and will continue to be, a shortage of qualified and inspired teachers at the K-12 level (Bachelor's degree and certification generally required), at the two-year college level (requiring a Master's Degree), and the college/university level (requiring a PhD).
Find more information about the program, courses and faculty on the mathematical and statistical sciences department website.