The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers bachelor's degrees in mathematics, computational mathematics, computer information systems, computer science, computer science with game programming, and liberal arts mathematics. The department employs the latest hardware and software technology that can be accessed by every student. That, coupled with undergraduate research opportunities, gives students the foundation needed to plan, create, or improve upon the technology that we will use in the 21st century.
The Department of Mathematical Sciences is committed to:
- Excellence in education;
- Encouragement of student interest in all areas of mathematics;
- Dynamic scholarly activity;
- And, a critical sense of community responsibility,
In the context of being a Catholic, Jesuit institution, the department contributes to the mission of the university and the college by attracting students, by scholarly endeavors, and by providing service courses in all areas of mathematics and computer science. Each member of the Department of Mathematical Sciences is expected to conduct her/him self in a manner compatible with the academic and professional functions of the department.