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Computer Science & Mathematics, B.S.

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Computer Science & Mathematics, B.S.

Professors: Cheryl Beaver, Scott Beaver, Hamid Behmard, Laurie Burton, Breeann Flesch, Jie Liu, Becka Morgan, Scot Morse
Associate professors: Matthew Ciancetta, Matthew Nabity, Thaddeus Shannon
Assistant professors: Lucas Cordova, Ben Coté, Leanne Merrill


The Computer Science & Mathematics program provides students with the core concepts in both theoretical and applied aspects of mathematics and computing. Our graduates demonstrate a solid foundation in problem solving, communication, and decision-making skills in computing and mathematical areas. We prepare students for productive careers in analytical fields, and to be lifelong learners who can confidently tackle the challenges of a constantly-innovating marketplace.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Use knowledge of the design of complex computational systems to understand their operation, capabilities, and limitations.
  2. Apply knowledge and demonstrate skills to design, implement, and document solutions to a wide array of computational problems.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to make rigorous mathematical arguments in axiomatic and non-axiomatic systems.

Core Courses

Total Credits: 92-96


Computer Science/Mathematics majors must have a grade of C or better in the computer science courses and a grade of C- or better in the mathematics courses that are used to satisfy the Computer Science/Mathematics major requirements.

Satisfactory Grade Use

Up to 12 credits of Mathematics may be fulfilled with a grade of S.
No other program requirements may be fulfilled with a grade of S.
Do not select Satisfactory/No Credit grading for any Computer Science courses that will be used in the program.

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