Our Mission

We teach, practice, and promote the mathematical and computing sciences. Our programs prepare students for careers as software developers, actuaries, mathematicians, analysts, statisticians, systems administrators, underwriters, data scientists, project managers, and educators. Our general studies courses develop the abstract quantitative reasoning that is critical to sophisticated problem-solving. For more information, explore Mathematics, Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Mathematics Education, and General Studies.

Our Students

Our students have secured summer internships with companies including Red Hat and Brickstreet. They have participated in summer research programs at The University of Colorado at Boulder, George Washington University, Marshall University, and Virginia Tech, and have conducted research at Concord University supported by the McNair Scholars Program and The Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics. Our students have presented their research at conferences including the Joint Mathematics Meetings, Leadership Alliance National Symposium, UNCG Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference, National Research Conference for McNair Scholars, and the CURM Student Research Conference.

Our Graduates

Our graduates have attended graduate programs in mathematics, statistics, computer science, economics, business, and education at The University of Colorado at Boulder, The University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, Fordham University, Texas A&M, Georgia Tech, Winthrop University, Bowling Green State University, The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Virginia Tech, Marshall University, and West Virginia University.

Our graduates have been hired by Intel, IBM, Red Hat, Highmark, Brickstreet, National Income Life, The Health Plan, First Community Bank, City National Bank, Capital One, Community Tissue Services, Shriner's Hospital for Children, Global AlertLink, Fast Enterprises, HyperGen, Cvent, Turning Technologies LLC, Leidos, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Technica Corporation, USC Institute for Creative Technologies, US News & World Report, The United States Air Force, The Department of the Navy, The Department of Environmental Protection, The Federal Bureau of Investigation, The West Virginia Department of Administration, ArcelorMittal, Compute One, FoxGuard Solutions, The Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association, The Raleigh County Sheriff's Office, Concord University, Berry College, The University of Charleston, West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, New River Community and Technical College, and local public school systems in both West Virginia and Virginia.