Math & Computer Science
- Math & Computer Science
FALL 2014 SCHEDULES for Mathematics and Computer Science will be posted in August of 2013.
Math 020 (Basic Algebra) & Math 100 (Intermediate Algebra) -Tutoring for the 020 and 100 will be offered in the designed area at the Baron Forness Library near the Math Lab.
MRC - Math Resource Center for all other Math courses - Tutoring for all other courses will be offered in Doucette Hall 213
CSCI Tutoring - Tutoring for all Computer Science Courses with the exception of CSCI 104 and CSCI 204.
CSCI 104 and CSCI 204 - During Open Hours in the lower level of Hamilton Hall (computer lab).
|Department Chair:||Patricia Hillman||
|Assistant Chair:||Anne Quinn|
|System Administrator:||Jason Patalon|
|Address:||Department of Mathematics & Computer Science
215 Meadville St.
Doucette Hall, Room 200
Edinboro, PA 16444
new faculty members this year:
Dr. Anurag Dasgupta - Computer Science
Dr. Lawrence Downey - Mathematics
Professor Lee Sutton - Mathematics
Game and Virtual World Development concentration has been added to the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science major
Why Major in Math or Computer Science? - Jobs!
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science also offers a mathematics minor and a computer science minor. These minors can be coordinated with virtually any academic discipline.
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science develops the capacity of the student to analyze a variety of life situations modeling the problem environment with logical and numerical tools. As such, a strong foundation in mathematics and computer science becomes the basis for clear reasoning and problem solving in many other areas. Professionals in virtually all disciplines recognize the importance of mastering computer skills, developing problem-solving competence and studying mathematics. When students develop their abilities in mathematics and computer science they move from using the logical models proposed by others, to being able to create new approaches for the problems and technologies of tomorrow.
Course offerings include courses in algebra, analysis, statistics, geometry, programming languages, software design, database design and management, data structures, networking, artificial intelligence, operating systems, and computer architecture. The department also provides a variety of introductory courses from which students in any curriculum may select according to their needs and interests.
Opportunities available to graduates with a major in mathematics or computer science include graduate study and a wide variety of positions in business, education, government, and industry.