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.

Advisor Information

Department Office

For students eligible for or enrolled in Math 1610 and higher or having earned at least 45 college credit hours,

Dr. Mosisa Aga 244-3335 310O GH
Computer Science
Dr. Luis Cueva-Parra 244-3321 310B GH

Secondary Education – Math (usually referred when beginning MATH 1120; see education Advisor first)
Mathematics Education majors will be referred to Dr. Scott Brown by their School of Education advisor.

Dr. Scott Brown 244-3862 310C GH
Pre-Engineering (PEN) Advisors
Dr. Yue Chen 244-3261 310S GH

Graduate Students in Cybersecurity Program
Dr. Luis Cueva-Parra
Dir. of Computer Studies
244-3321 310B GH

New students entering programs offered by the mathematics department will be considered in two categories:

Majors: are those students who are ready to enroll in Calculus I (Math 1610) or above or have earned at least 45 college credit hours.

Pre-Majors in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Pre-Engineering will all be advised in the College of Arts and Sciences Advising Center. Contact information: Office – Room 207GH; Phone – 244-3592. Advising is by appointment.

For questions about transfer of mathematics classes or placement testing see:
Dr. Jerome Goddard II
Dir. Of Mathematical Studies
244-3023 Room 213B GH
For questions about transfer of computer science classes see:
Dr. Luis Cueva-Parra
Dir. Of Computer Studies
244-3321 Room 310B GH