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That's the DSU equation. We're a four-year university with nationally recognized programs, cutting-edge facilities, and the brightest thinkers. But we're also a tight-knit, inclusive community. Small class sizes mean hands-on training and individualized attention. All this with an affordable, public school price that's among the best values in the region.

Majors & Degrees

Mathematics: Information Systems Specialization (BS)

Be Infinite

Do you have a mind for numbers and an interest in the business world? Then a degree in Mathematics for Information Systems might be for you. As a graduate of this program, you will have a background in mathematics, business, and information systems.

Through a variety of courses including calculus, probability and statistics, and mathematical modeling you’ll be well versed in mathematical analysis. In addition to your mathematical foundations, you’ll develop a solid background in computer science and business through courses in computer programming, operating systems, database applications, and business.

Opportunities outside the Classroom

Broaden your knowledge with a technology focused minor

Looking for professional opportunities outside of the classroom? DSU has options for you to further develop your skills. Here are a few available to you:

  • Mathematical Association of America (MAA) membership
  • Undergraduate research opportunities
  • Supplemental instructor
  • Tutoring

Potential careers

With this degree, you will be equipped for careers in a number of fields including business, technology, data analytics, and more.

Learning outcomes

Upon completion of the BS degree in Mathematics: Information Systems Specialization, students will:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of fundamental skills and concepts of mathematics.
  • Apply mathematical skills to the analysis of real-world problems.
  • Use logical arguments to explore problems and prove conjectures.
  • Solve mathematical problems with technology tools.


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