Um, duh? A math degree from anywhere is basically a golden ticket to a job for life, you do realize that, right? It's the single most rigorous degree that you can get, other than physics. It's also extremely versatile. Every industry requires people with a strong quantitative background. You have limitless career opportunities with a math degree because you can do almost anything with it. The only hurdle is graduating with one in the first place because the dropout rate is astronomical, similar to comp sci. You will likely have no issues getting similar jobs to comp sci grads because most companies don't actually require you to hold a comp sci degree specifically. There are people in engineering and other STEM fields that get these jobs.