Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
College of Arts and Sciences
Full-time Faculty: Harris-Chair, Berg, Chen, Egli, Johnson, Johanson, Olsen, Watson
The Mathematics and Computer Science Department provides courses, training, degree programs, and outreach programs in order to prepare individuals to analyze and solve problems using the tools of mathematics and computing. Understanding and mastering these tools equips people to better approach the challenges of any discipline, career, or field of study. Also, the department prepares students for careers in mathematics, computing, and related professions.
Participation in Writing Across the Curriculum and Writing in the Disciplines
By completing the designated courses for Mathematics, Computer Science, or Computer Technology Management degree programs, students will have completed the requirements for the university’s writing program as described in the Academic Affairs section of the catalog for Writing Across the Curriculum/Writing in the Disciplines. See the Writing Across the Curriculum section of the catalog for the designated courses used to meet writing requirements for your program plan. Course descriptions will also identify courses that are part of the writing program.
Bachelor of Science in Education - Mathematics Education
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Bachelor of Science Computer Technology Management
Engineering Transfer Curriculum (Degree completion at North Dakota State University)
Mathematics (Elementary Education)
Mathematics (Secondary Education)
Computer Science (Secondary Education)
Computer Science (Traditional)