Computation Concentration

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with a Computation Concentration

The computation concentration is chosen by undergraduates who wish to acquire balance of technical, applied, and computational skills in preparation for possible graduate study or professional work in computing. [more]


In addition to in-depth study of mathematics, the curriculum includes 14 hours of cousework in computer science and 9 additional hours of coursework related to computing. Students work with a major advisor to plan their path through the curriculum, including selection of approved electives. Students can track their progress to the degree via their Degreeworks worksheet, accessed through Appalnet.

Programs of study for majors are determined by the year a student starts at Appalachian.

Need an advisor? Stop in the department office (342 Walker Hall).

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