B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science

The Mathematics and Computer Science Program is a blend of courses from these two disciplines designed to provide the student with the essential theoretical and practical elements of computer science as well as a significant background in mathematical theory and reasoning.

Major Program (69 semester hours)

Required Math Courses (32 semester hours)
MATH 175 Statistics (4)
MATH 181 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (5)
MATH 182 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (4)
MATH 271 Calculus III (4)
MATH 275 Linear Algebra (3)
MATH 280 Differential Equations (3)
MATH 326 Discrete Mathematics (3)
MATH 365 Operations Research (3)
MATH 380 Numerical Analysis (3)

 

Computer Science Required Courses (28 semester hours)
COMP 135 Introduction to Information Technology (3)
COMP 140 Computer Science I (4)
COMP 150 Computer Science II (3)
COMP 200 Microcomputer Systems (3)
COMP 253 Java (3)
COMP 254 Advanced Data Structures (3)
COMP 335 Operating Systems (3)
COMP 356 Theory of Programming (3)
COMP 400 Database Management (3)

 

Electives (6 semester hours)
300-400 level MATH or COMP courses (6)

 

Capstone Course
MATH 391 Junior Seminar (1)
MATH 490 Senior Seminar (2)
OR
COMP 480 Senior Project (3)