The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science offers four concentrations that lead to a Bachelor of Science degree: General Mathematics, Teacher Certification in Mathematics, Mathematics – Applied/Pre-Actuary option, and Computer Science.
In General Mathematics, graduates pursue study in graduate school, leading to advanced degrees in mathematics, statistics, computer science, engineering, finance, or management science. The Applied/Pre-Actuary option in Mathematics prepares students for the job market as actuarial trainees or applied mathematicians in business or industry.
The Computer Science degree provides a solid education in all major areas of Computer Science with an emphasis in Software Engineering. Graduates are typically employed by large multinational companies who need software design specialists to work on the cutting edge of the field.
The curriculum is flexible and can be adapted to a variety of student interests. Some graduates of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science pursue further study in a professional school such as law or medicine.