The Division of Mathematics and Computer Information Sciences offers three math-related and two computer-related majors. Our two departments, Mathematics and Computer Information Sciences, work closely together, and some students choose to get degrees in both areas. Our curricula are frequently updated and benchmarked with recommendations from alumni, professional organizations, and current students. Classes in our division are small, and you will graduate with many close friends, both students and faculty.
Why major in Math or Computing? We believe that learning patterns, structure, algorithms, and logic is to be learning one aspect of God's character. Quantitative thinking is valued in almost every occupation, and our alumni work in a wide variety of careers. Although our students have diverse interests, most enjoy working with both people and technology, solving challenging problems, organizing data, and studying patterns and relationships.
See more division news in the Division of Mathematics and Computer Information Sciences brochure.
See detailed plans of study for our degree programs in the Division of Mathematics and Computer Information Sciences handbook.
The Division of Mathematics and Computer Information Sciences is located in Suite 170 of the new Ott Hall of Science and Nursing.