Computer Science Minor (22 Credits)

    COMP 1300C, 1320C, 1504, and one additional elective in Computer Science; MATH 1412, 1413. With permission of the department, a suitable elective in mathematics may be substituted for the elective in computer science.

    Detailed Computer Science fact sheet (PDF)

    For an example of student work, please take a look at the video below highlighting a few notable semester projects from COMP 1300 (Spring 2015):



     Mathematics Major

    General Track:

    MATH 1412, 1413, 1510, 1520 or 1523, 1521 or 1540, 2105. (The graduate course 5118 may replace 1523 and the graduate course 5127 may replace 1540); four additional courses in mathematics numbered 1500 or higher, and/or in computer science above 1300C; three correlate courses: COMP 1300C and two additional courses chosen from the offerings in physics, computer science and economics.  The same computer science course may not be used as both an elective and a correlate.  
    Students interested in actuarial mathematics are advised to take MATH 2461, and 2462.    Forsuch students, ECON 1010 is a recommended correlate.


    Computer Track: MATH 1412, MATH 1413, MATH 1510, MATH 2105, and four additional (4) advanced MATH courses approved by the Department Chair, including one of the following sequences:

    1. MATH 1520, MATH 1521
    2. MATH 2215, MATH 2216
    3. MATH 1320, MATH 1460 (COMP 1504 counts as an advanced MATH course).
    4. Also COMP 1300C, COMP 1320C, COMP 2113C, COMP 2545C, and two additional COMP courses excluding COMP 1504.
    Mathematics Minor

    MATH 1412, MATH 1413, MATH 1510,  MATH 2105, and 6 additional MATH credits numbered 1500 or higher.
    A mathematics placement examination is required of all students planning to take Math. Students must take this test before registering for MATH 1160 or MATH 1412.

    Detailed Mathematics fact sheet (PDF)

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