Bachelor of ScienceMathematics and Computer Science

The computer industry employs more mathematicians than any other field. Mathematics is the language that allows Computer Scientists to translate this miraculous machine’s potential into power, and that places them at the frontier of computer design and engineering, biomedical technology, systems and software engineering, and artificial intelligence.

The Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and Computer Science represents twice the rigor with twice the reward. Computer Science, with a solid foundation in the mathematics that underlies the language of programming and coding, prepares the graduate for a diverse array of potential career paths in a field with unparalleled growth potential.

Graduates of the Mathematics and Computer Sciences program are well-prepared to seek professional employment in the most challenging computer science careers. Opportunities await in such diverse specialties, as computer security, data mining, web applications, game development, robotics, and artificial intelligence. Computer Science professionals are in great demand by private businesses, financial institutions, healthcare providers, universities, and government, because computer technology is an embedded and essential factor in such a wide array of products, services, and systems.

Why LTU?

  • Experiential learning method that offers a hands-on approach to the development of innovative solutions to real-world problems using advanced technology and software
  • Interdisciplinary projects that bridge mathematics and computer science with other fields, such as robotics, cybersecurity, and computational biology
  • Convenient scheduling built around the needs of working professionals and full-time students, with day and evening classes as well as online opportunities.
  • Tremendous opportunities for professional networking, such as school trips, expos, and meetups.

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