Computer and Mathematical Sciences Department
The Computer and Mathematical Sciences Department offers Bachelor of Science degrees in computer science and computer information systems as well as mathematics. The degrees provide a liberal arts education while emphasizing preparation for either graduate school or a rewarding career. Students are provided with a rigorous theoretical background coupled with practical and essential skills. The programs reflect important trends and developments in the computer field.
The computer degree programs are based on Computing Curricula 2001 prepared by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the IEEE Computer Society. The computer science degree has a significant mathematics component while the computer information systems degree requires several business courses. Both degrees provide a wide variety of elective courses that allow the student to tailor a program of study to match their interests.
- Associate in Science in Computer Information Systems
- Associate in Science in Pre-Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
- Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems
MajorsFollow the link to see their requirements.
MinorsFollow the link to see their requirements.
Some programs may require the student to take some courses during the daytime or through the Day Campus program. Please contact an academic advisor for guidance or more information.