A student of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science has the opportunity of earning a Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) in Mathematics, Computer Science, or Information Technology or a Master’s degree in Mathematics Education. The Mathematics major also may choose to gain licensure to teach mathematics at the secondary or middle grades level. The Department offers minors in mathematics, computer science, and information technology.

The Departmental faculty welcomes the opportunity to advise the major and non‑major alike. Someone thinking of majoring in mathematics, computer science, or information technology is especially urged to consult with the Department Chair prior to registering for General Education courses. All majors choose advisors and must consult with them each term in order to plan and carry out their program of study.

The Department web pages at www.uncp.edu/mathcs/ contain current information about the activities, the faculty, and the offerings of the department. Department majors are expected to consult the website regularly to remain informed.

Most non‑majors fulfill the General Education requirements in mathematics by taking one of MAT 1050, 1070.html, or 1080. Well‑prepared students may select MAT 1090 or 2210 for this purpose.