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I'm currently majoring in Applied Discrete Mathematics with a minor in Computer Science and I was wondering what sort of career options I have.

I've already taken two semesters of Object Oriented Java programming, C++, Python, Combinatorics/Graph Theory, Modern Algebra, Intermediate Analysis, Applied Probability, Numerical Linear Algebra, Numerical ODEs, Vector Calculus.

Courses that I intend to take in the next couple years include Computer Organization I and II, Data Structures and Algorithms, Data and Algorithm Analysis, Abstract Algebra, Cryptography, Statistics for Engineers and Scientists(Linear Regression and Multivariate Analysis), Number Theory, Machine Learning, Bioinformatics, Operating Systems, Comparative Languages, Data Base Management Systems (SQL), Artificial Intelligence, and Digital Image Processing.

While all these classes seem like things that are needed in the job market, it also seems like in order to work in many of them you need at least a master's degree. Do I have options to work in these fields without going to grad school? Also, are there other classes I could take that would make me more marketable?

Thanks!