The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is pleased to announce the revival of its BS degree program in Computer Science. The program has been updated with emphasis on topics of modern interest, team projects, and preparation for both careers and graduate education. The program already has a good record of undergraduate research, with articles appearing in recognized conferences and journals. The Department has always had a strong commitment to academic advising and faculty-student interaction; we have now added both an advisory council of industry, academic and alumni representatives to assist in changing for the future, and a mentoring program in which each undergraduate major will be assigned a program graduate with whom they can interact.
Our graduates, who have 100% success in finding jobs (or graduate school admission, if they prefer), have gone into a variety of fields—not just in technical fields like software development and in business, but also in areas as diverse as cognitive science and law school. Please visit this site for a more complete description of the opportunities in the field, and a more extensive picture of our program, our faculty and our alumni.