Henry Africk, Chair
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The computer science associate degree program provides students with the first two years of study leading to a baccalaureate degree in computer science, computer information science, computer systems technology, computer engineering technology or applied mathematics. Computer science is an excellent field of study for those seeking career opportunities in the worlds of business, education, government and industry.
The applied mathematics baccalaureate degree program is designed for students with an interest in mathematics and real world problem solving. An applied mathematics degree is quite versatile, and graduates will have the skills needed to adapt to a rapidly changing work environment. Upon graduation, students can begin careers in the financial, information, and scientific industries. The program contains three options: (1) Information science, (2) financial science and (3) science.
The mathematics education baccalaureate degree program is designed to prepare middle school and high school mathematics teachers. Our program will equip mathematics teachers with a solid pedagogical foundation that is complemented by an extensive mathematical background. Graduates of the program will be very competitive in finding teaching positions in New York State. They will also be well prepared for graduate school in mathematics education or pure mathematics. In addition, the strong mathematical training provided by this program makes graduates desirable to business, government, and industry.