The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is dedicated to the preparation of students for a dynamic future. Our faculty develop curricula that will challenge your curiosity, employ your inventive facilities, and allow you to enjoy the triumph of discovery. We follow Euclid's rigorous approach to mathematics while exploring modern topics like sustainability.
Our faculty are active researchers who provide an outstanding learning environment for students. Their research interests are diverse and include pure mathematics, applied mathematics, computer science, functional analysis, algebra, differential geometry, and topology. The Queens and Staten Island Mathematics minor requires completion of the following courses.
MTH 1730; 1740 University Calculus I; IICSC 1380 Introduction to Computer and Data Science or CSC 1390 Computer Programming with Calculus ApplicationsMTH 2700 Introduction to Mathematical ThinkingMTH 2750 University Calculus IIIMTH 2790 Introduction to Linear Algebra
MTH 1730; 1740 University Calculus I; IICSC 1400 Computer Science IMTH 2700 Introduction to Mathematical ThinkingMTH 2750 University Calculus IIIMTH 2790 Introduction to Linear Algebra
Only academic programs approved by NYSED are eligible for federal and state aid: NYS Inventory of Registered Programs http://www.nysed.gov/heds/IRPSL1.html. Minors are not recognized by NYSED therefore associated courses are only eligible for federal or state aid consideration when required by a major or when also used to satisfy a core or general elective requirement.
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With a Master of Arts degree in Applied Mathematics, Computing, and Machine Learning, you can deftly help organizations understand change, calculate risks, and make data-informed decisions to make a positive impact.
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This minor is designed for students in the CCPS Computer Science non option programs.
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