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Mary Elizabeth “M.E.” Jones, Ph.D.
Department Chair and Associate Professor of Mathematics/Information Systems
610-647-4400 ext. 3254
 

 

Program Overview

Immaculata’s Bachelor of Science in Math/Data Sciences teaches students to understand the power of mathematics and data systems, and to combine these disciplines to solve real-world problems.

This program will help you develop clear reasoning and systematic thought. The setting of the program within a liberal arts tradition provides an overall preparation for life that is both broad and versatile, allowing you to pursue a career in math or data science or to earn a graduate degree.

The program is designed to produce graduates who are proficient in:

  • Mathematical and technological problem-solving in fields such as business, finance, accounting, and economics
  • Logic, Boolean algebra, functions, relations, graphs, discrete probability, cryptography, and algorithms to issues in computing
  • Ethical, legal, security, and social impact of technology implementations on organizations and society
  • Mathematical proofs, differential equations, and derivatives
  • System and software definition, integration, and management
  • Software design and programming
  • Data analysis, data modeling, and SQL

Program Highlights

You can participate in professional and social activities sponsored by the Mathematics/Information & Digital Systems Department, such as:

  • Seminars led by mathematicians and data science professionals
  • Membership in professional organizations
  • Research projects with faculty members
  • Trips to local conferences
  • Game nights
  • End-of-the-year picnic

Scholarships are available for community college students interested in a bachelor's degree in mathematics, computing sciences, or information technology. For more information, please visit Immaculata's STEM Scholars Program.

Career Potential

Majoring in mathematics and data sciences will open doors for employment in a variety of areas, including industry, government, banking, business, or academia. Your degree will equip you to work in a number of careers:

  • Systems analyst
  • Database analyst/modeler
  • Software engineer/developer
  • Statistician
  • Researcher
  • Actuary
  • Engineer

View the Bureau of Labor Statistics website to explore additional employment opportunities.

Internships

Students have participated in a variety of internal and external professional experiences:

  • Vanguard
  • Chester County’s Information Technology Action Group (ITAG)
  • Immaculata University’s Office of Technology Services
  • Villa Maria Academy Lower School

Learning Outcomes

  • Apply systematic, orderly, and exact habits of thought when solving problems
  • Apply the power of reasoning to analyze situations
  • Understand the interdisciplinary connections between mathematics and data science
  • Lay the foundation for lifelong learning by revisiting essential concepts and renewing skills needed for future work and study in an evolving field

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1145 King Road, Immaculata, PA. 19345 p. 610-647-4400 or call toll-free: 1-877-42 TODAY
Immaculata University | Copyright ©2014 All Rights Reserved | Federal Compliance Links | Clery