Overview

In the Computer Science and Mathematics double major, students will develop modern technical skills in modern computer science as well as explore analytical and decision-making concepts in mathematics.  In the ABET-accredited Computer Science major, students will learn a variety of programming languages and use these learned skills with applications in database management, networking, software development among many others.  In the Mathematics major, students will develop skills in statistical analysis and model selection with other opportunities to take abstract or applied mathematics electives, depending on the student’s interest and career goals.

Requirements

Program Description

In the Computer Science and Mathematics double major, students will develop modern technical skills in modern computer science as well as explore analytical and decision-making concepts in mathematics. In the ABET-accredited Computer Science major, students will learn a variety of programming languages and use these learned skills with applications in database management, networking, software development among many others. In the Mathematics major, students will develop skills in statistical analysis and model selection with other opportunities to take abstract or applied mathematics electives, depending on the student's interest and career goals.

Computer Science Requirements
Mathematics Requirements
Other Requirements
Notes:

MATH 0333 will take the place of the "Elective B" in the general Computer Science Major. CAIS 0363 will take the place of the MATH 0390 requirement in the Mathematics major. Three CAIS 300-level courses will be counted in the "nine other credits" component in the Mathematics Major. Students in the CAIS 0363 will be expected to have a significant mathematics component in the Computer Science Senior Project, which should be approved by the student's mathematics advisor.