Mathematics and Computing
Since technology is constantly changing, there is an increasing demand for technology workers who are problem solvers, communicators and self-learners. The mathematics and computing major combines content from both the mathematics and computer science disciplines to create a new blended major that will encourage the concept of learning across disciplinary boundaries and give students practice working in teams as well as working individually to develop both team-oriented skills like communication and individual skills like self-learning, persistence and hands-on problem solving.
Graduates will be self-learners, problem solvers and communicators that are equipped with both mathematical and technical skills. Technology students who select this program will strengthen their ability to solve problems through additional math courses. Likewise, math students that select this program will broaden their career options by bringing their problem-solving skills to bear on a secondary discipline.
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- Problem Solving
- Proof Writing
- Computer Programming
Mathematics and Computing is a Good Fit for Those Who Are:
- Problem Solvers
- Always Up for A Challenge
- Curious About Why Things Are True
- Analytically Minded
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