The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, through its established mission seeks to assist the University in the fulfillment of its mission throughout its service region.
From its early history the department has evolved into a vibrant multifaceted role of support of a liberal arts education; offering majors in mathematics and in computer science; providing service courses for other program areas and working cooperatively with the School of Education to develop licensure programs for prospective teachers in the areas of middle grades and secondary mathematics.
Through the Graduate School office the department also offers a Masters of Arts in Mathematics Education program (M.A.) and Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) in mathematics education. Click here for the Mathematics Graduate School Handbook.
For more information about the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, call 910.521.6244, email email@example.com or visit us in the Oxendine Science Building, room 1233.
The Department of Computer Science offers several high-quality degree programs at the undergraduate level that meets the above specified goals supported by student-centered faculty, well-equipped laboratories, and forward-thinking partnerships with defense organizations, cooperatives, and hi-tech companies.