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Mathematics and Computer Science

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Mathematics and Computer Science
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Develop math reasoning and computing solutions

As a Mathematics and Computer Science major, you will take coursework in both the College of Computing and Digital Media and the College of Science and Health. Courses will prepare you for a profession in a variety of areas in computer science, graphics, data analysis, computer programming, and applied or discrete mathematics.

The Mathematics and Computer Science undergraduate major is designed to prepare you for graduate study in various areas of computer science, including theoretical computer science, graphics, data analysis, artificial intelligence, and computational methods in applied mathematics. It is also designed to prepare you to compete for theoretical, complex jobs in computer software development.

Classes

Coursework

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computational Mathematics
  • Computer Vision
  • Data Analysis
  • Graphics
  • Linear Algebra
  • Programming
  • Theory of Computation

Career Options

Common Career Areas

  • Consulting
  • Data analysis
  • Education
  • Information analysis
  • Programming
  • Software development
  • Systems administration
More career info

93%

of Mathematics and Computer Science graduates were employed, continuing their education or not seeking employment after graduation.


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