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Math & Computer Science Undergraduate Programs

Mathematics

Our applied and pure math courses provide a solid basis for graduate study and career opportunities in industry and K-12 education.  You will learn the theoretical concepts and applications of mathematics in the natural and social sciences.

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Computer Science

Interested in Computer Science?  As an undergraduate computer science major, you'll develop a robust understanding and knowledge of quality software programming, design, development, and implementation.  You'll also have the flexibility to explore other interests such as: hardware, software, web development, gaming, bioinformatics, security, or robotics to name a few.

You'll be well-prepared for a variety of careers in academic, corporate, and government areas or for an advanced degree in Software Engineering.

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Software Engineering

Are you looking for a degree in Software Engineering?

We offer our Software Engineering at the graduate level but make provide a path to obtain both your undergraduate and graduate in five years.

Our Software Engineering program is five-year combined Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Master of Science in Software Engineering program. 

The advantages of the five-year combined program are:

  • Reduction of the total number of courses needed
  • Some graduate courses can be taken at the undergraduate tuition rate
  • Extension of a portion of your financial aid into your graduate study.

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Minors in Mathematics include:

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    Minor in Mathematics

    The Minor in Mathematics is designed to enable a student to pursue his/her interest in mathematics while pursuing a degree in another field.

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    Minor in Applied Mathematics

    A background in mathematics helps demonstrate a student’s ability to think critically, logically, and creatively. It also demonstrates his/her ability to find patterns, think abstractly, analyze and interpret data, solve problems, and make predictions in a variety of fields.

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    Minor in Actuarial Science

    Actuarial science is the discipline that applies mathematical and statistical methods to assess risk in the insurance and finance industries.

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