The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is a place that brings motivated students, professors, and professionals together. We train high-quality students to become problem solvers. Our majors are active and engaged in campus life. Students clubs such as Math Club, Computer Science Club and Engineering Club are among the most active on campus. This allows us to provide exceptional future prospects to all those who study with us or collaborate with us.
The College of Arts and Sciences offers students a traditional liberal education to meet the needs of the 21st century, allowing them to compete for a variety of careers in an increasingly complex and evolving world.
Our advisors are here to help. Proper advising will serve to efficiently guide you through all the necessary steps towards your academic goals. The combination of a Mathematics major and Computer Science minor or Computer Science major and Mathematics minor makes students very attractive to employers.
The department offers three undergraduate majors: Mathematics, Mathematics/Secondary Education, and Computer Science. We also offer a master degree program in Cybersystems and Information Security.
Numerous career options are available in the field of Mathematics and Computer Science.
There are several undergraduate scholarships and graduate assistantships available to students majoring in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Cybersystems and Information Security.
We have three active student clubs – Mathematics Club, Computer Science Club, and Engineering Club.
In addition to the general AUM Academic policy, the department issues several policies such as the Calculator policy, Math Lab policy, Placement policy, etc.
An annual outreach program to encourage young women to explore mathematics-related careers. The event offers mathematics activities for young women via hands-on workshops and a career panel for question & answer. Sponsored by the department and other AUM offices.
Our faculty conduct various types of research in the areas of mathematical and computing sciences. Students have opportunities to participate in research projects.
The Mathematics and Computer Science faculty and staff are here to help you be successful. We are available by phone or email and you are welcome to stop by. Click here to find out the best way to contact us.