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Our Mission Print

Students enrolled in the Department of Mathematics, Computing and Information Systems (MCIS) will develop competencies in their specific fields of study. In addition, they will graduate with the essential analytical, problem solving, computer, and communication skills to excel in their chosen career or graduate studies. Upon graduation, students also will have the necessary interpersonal skills to function as effective team players with people from diverse backgrounds. Furthermore, students will be able to demonstrate competency in conducting research, a commitment to ethical and professional behavior, and an appreciation of the importance of lifelong learning.

Objectives of Each Program:

Information System

Students of Information System will:

  • Given the specifications for a software application, design the appropriate internal and external data structures, then design, implement, and test the algorithms which represent and transform the data structures necessary to solve the problem.

Students of Mathematics will:

  • Study the most basic elements of knowledge: pattern, dimension, quantity, uncertainty, shape and change. The use of high-powered computers has long been a part of applied mathematics, but computers also drive the explosion of recent discoveries in pure mathematics, including the properties of prime numbers.