Math/Computer Science B.S.
Immaculata’s Bachelor of Science in Math/Computer Science teaches students to understand the power of mathematics and computer 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 computer 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
You can participate in professional and social activities sponsored by the Mathematics/Computing Sciences/Physics Department, such as:
- Seminars led by mathematicians and computing 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.
Majoring in mathematics and computer science 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
View the Bureau of Labor Statistics website to explore additional employment opportunities.
Students have participated in a variety of internal and external professional experiences:
- Chester County’s Information Technology Action Group (ITAG)
- Immaculata University’s Office of Technology Services
- Villa Maria Academy Lower School
- 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 computing
- Lay the foundation for lifelong learning by revisiting essential concepts and renewing skills needed for future work and study in an evolving field