Dual Degree and Special Programs
At the undergraduate level, the Department offers both BS and BA degrees in mathematics and computer science.
The Department offers minors in both mathematics and computer science, View the Undergraduate Course Catalog for specific course requirements.
4/1 Program for BS+MS
Computational Math is a graduate program, offering a Masters in Science degree. However, qualified undergraduate students in either mathematics or computer science can begin study in Computational Mathematics during their senior year. Under this program, students can potentially earn a Master's of Science degree with one year of study after completing their Bachelor's rather than the normal two years. The Computational Mathematics graduate program is highly interdisciplinary, training students in three key technical disciplines: mathematics, computer science, and statistics. Interested students should contact the department by the fall of their junior year for more information and application materials.
A dual degree program with the School of Education provides students with the opportunity to earn both a degree in mathematics (BS or BA) and a degree in secondary education.
The business certificate program allows a student to add a minor in Business to their mathematics and/or computer science major.
Students can earn credit, possibly toward their major, for internship work. Interested students should contact the department for details.