The Department of Computing and Technology offers one associate and two baccalaureate degrees: an Associate in Applied Science in Information Technology, and Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Science and Information Technology. For more information about these degree programs, please click the links in the menu bar above or on the program name below.
The mission of the Cameron University Department of Computing and Technology is to:
- Provide quality academic programs based on academic excellence, high ethical standards, and learning outcomes for each of the computing and technology disciplines;
- Assist students in developing the skills and confidence to excel as life-long learners;
- Prepare computing and technology graduates at both the A.A.S. and B.S. levels for success in a diverse and dynamic environment;
- Provide faculty and staff with an atmosphere conducive to professional growth through an annual individualized appraisal program;
- Support community efforts involving computing and technology disciplines relevant to the university, school, and department.
The computing and the technology curricula are flexible, and provide opportunities that are inter-disciplinary in nature allowing students to customize individual and professional experience with experiential learning components embedded throughout the curriculum. The curricula are easily adaptable to accommodate the fast-paced technological changes of our society.
The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers courses in mathematics, one of the oldest academic disciplines, as well as in statistics. The Department offers programs leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Mathematics. Minors are also offered in mathematics and statistics. For more information on the degree program or minors, please click on the links in the menu bar above.
BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MATHEMATICS
The mission of the Mathematical Sciences Department at Cameron University is to provide quality educational experiences in all mathematics and statistics courses offered through the department. The department offers courses that will provide all students, both majors and non-majors, with the knowledge and skills needed for life-long learning, as well as an appreciation for the beauty and power of mathematics. Mathematics majors will acquire a broad and solid base in mathematics, enabling them to continue their education in graduate school or to pursue careers in teaching, industry, or government.