Bachelor of Science in Mathematics for Information Systems

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Graduates of the Mathematics for Information Systems program will have backgrounds in mathematics, business and information systems. These students take a variety of mathematical analysis courses including calculus, probability and statistics, and mathematical modeling. In addition, these students take a variety of computer and business related courses including computer programming, operating systems, data base applications, and business.

Possible Job Titles:

  • Business Statistician
  • Data Reduction Technician
  • Statistical Assistant
  • Computer programmer
  • Computer systems analyst
  • Software developer
  • Business consulting
  • Accountant, data processor
  • Operations research
  • Statistician
  • Actuary
  • Cryptologist

Job Outlook:

Excellent (our Math majors are among the most in-demand graduates on this campus)

What are the benefits of a DSU Degree?

  • Class size/personal attention (Faculty-Student ratio):
    • Small class size and excellent faculty-student ratio
  • Cool facts or interesting things about this major:
    • Our Mathematics for Information Systems major is relatively unique in that students majoring in Computer Science or any of the Natural Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, or Physical Science) can double major in Mathematics by just completing the mathematics courses in the math major.
  • Faculty's unique experiences or certifications in this major:
    • Faculty possess expertise in mathematical modeling, difference equations, and discrete mathematics
  • Integrated Technology:
    • Students have an opportunity to participate in DSU's tablet initiative.

Read more about the course requirements for Mathematics for Information Systems, B.S. at DSU.

Last Updated: 9/18/12