Mathematics and Computer Science

Mathematics and Computer Science provide the foundation for molding society, bringing order to a chaotic world and transforming data into information.

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The programs in the Mathematics and Computer Science Departments provide students with the tools for analyzing and organizing data, as well as the theoretical underpinnings for modeling important and interesting concepts. These programs provide strong backgrounds in logical reasoning, analytical skills, and the ability to learn new techniques and technologies. All of these attributes are valuable in a variety of industries. Indeed, the mathematical sciences make significant contributions to society in forms of engineering, medicine, physics, economics, politics, and many more. Our graduates are extremely successful and go onto work for some of the best companies in the world. Others go on to elite graduate programs. Contact the department for further questions. Majors and minors in our department: 


Computer Science


Track Options

  • Game Design
  • Machine Learning
  • Software Engineering
  • Systems
  • Theoretical Computer Science
  • Actuarial Science
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Mathematics For Secondary Teaching Certificate
  • Pure Mathematics



  • Computer Science
  • Mathematics
  • Statistics
  • Biostatistics
  • Scientific Computing
Mathematics and Computer Science News

Rising NFL Analytics Star Finds Purpose with the Dolphins

Following a 2017 internship with the Somerset Patriots, a minor league baseball team in her home state of New Jersey, Jill Falduto ’19 knew two things she wanted for the next summer: She wanted to again work in sports—and she wanted to go bigger. So during her junior year, she submitted more than 30 applications in hopes of landing an internship with a larger team. Her efforts paid off when the Miami Dolphins offered her a ticketing operations internship at Hard Rock Stadium for the summer of 2018.
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Mathematics and Computer Science

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