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Computational Mathematics Degree

About The Degree:

Mathematicians are natural problem solvers that are adaptable in a wide variety of fields:  Manufacturing, finance, information technology, cryptography, distribution, etc. 

The Computational Mathematics degree combines math and computer science into a robust plan of study for those interested in data analysis and analytics.

What Can I Do With This Major:

For the past five years, careers involving mathematics have dominated the list of the best jobs in America.  All of the following have appeared in the top ten recently (Source: with median salaries listed):

  • Data Scientist ($114,520)
  • Mathematician ($84,760)
  • University Professor ($76,000)
  • Information Security Analyst ($95,510)

What You'll Learn:

Math majors receive rigorous training in all of the following areas:

  • Logic
  • Critical thinking
  • Problem solving
  • Optimization
  • Modeling
  • Programming

This Degree Is Great For You If:

  • Your goal is success in a field with wide career options.
  • You enjoy learning why things work the way they do.
  • You have done really well in your high school math classes.
  • You love solving puzzles.
  • You like finding patterns in things that look random.
  • You enjoy working with computers and programming.

Options/Courses of Study:

Current Catalog 

Bachelor of Science - Mathematics Computational Mathematics Option


Bachelor of Science - Mathematics Computational Mathematics Option

Accreditations and Memberships:

Higher Learning Commission (HLC)

American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU)

American Association of Colleges & Universities (AAC&U)

Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)