This major combines courses in practical programming, computer architecture, networking, and algorithm design/analysis with an appropriate background in mathematics and theory of computing. Included are classes covering the latest technologies such as robotics and Internet applications. This major provides the foundation for a rewarding and productive career in industry as well as a strong preparation for graduate school.
Mobile and Web Application Development
This major is designed to offer students an education in the important world of mobile and web application programming. The course of study emphasizes programming skills, including for the web, iOS, and Android platforms. Students will learn the fundamentals of computer science while focusing on aspects important to network computing.
This program is a hybrid. It is designed to each students both how to design and build computer controlled machines, and how to program the resulting devices. The Electronics Technologies classes fulfill the first objective, and the Computer Science classes fulfill the second objective.
Students pursuing this degree will have the opportunity to study traditional core courses in mathematics as well as modern applied mathematics courses covering some major topics related to actuarial science and operations research.
Elementary Education Mathematics & Secondary Education Mathematics
The mathematics education faculty are leaders in their profession, and offer a curriculum that combines a strong academic base with many opportunities for field experiences that prepare students for successful employment in the schools.
Please visit the School of Education, Leadership and Public Service Website for more information on the Elementary Education in Mathematics program.
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Michigan Transfer Network
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