Department

Mathematics and Computer Science

Assumption College’s Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Actuarial Science provides a strong foundation for students looking to enter a variety of professional fields and study at the graduate level. Develop your critical thinking and learn to solve problems, skills that are in high demand in today’s job market.

Mathematics and Computer Science

Contact Information

Joseph Alfano, Ph.D., Department Chair, Mathematics and Computer Science

508-767-1468


Location

Founders Hall - Room 128

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Assumption positions you for post-graduate success. You'll learn the problem-solving techniques that any employer seeks. The senior year oral exam for math majors teaches you how to communicate complex topics effectively. In these disciplines, we seek to develop students’ problem-solving skills, reasoning abilities and knowledge of the various fields of mathematics. The department faculty invests in each student and help him/her on their individual paths to success.

The Department offers a number of programs that will provide you with the framework for building a successful career. Develop your critical thinking and learn to solve problems, skills that are in high demand in today’s job market. The department faculty invests in each student and help him/her on their individual paths to success. The analytical skills you will develop will make you an employee sought out by employers.

The Department offers a range of options to fit many interests including actuarial science, computer science, cybersecurity, engineering (3 + 2 Dual Bachelors’ Degree), information technology and mathematics.

Features and Benefits of Studying Math and Computer Science at Assumption

  • Earn a dual bachelor’s degree in engineering from Assumption and the University of Notre Dame in only five years.
  • Apply your classroom learning to real-world situations. Over 70% of students completed an internship last year.
  • Benefit from small class sizes that allow faculty to know your strengths and help you achieve your goals.
  • Share your love of mathematics with future students by completing a double major in mathematics and education.
  • Consider a minor in information technology, which will allow you to enhance your resume and make you a valuable asset to any company.
  • Prepare for a successful career as an actuary when you graduate with certifications needed to enter the field. 

Related Programs

Actuarial Science

Undergraduate

Computer Science

Undergraduate

Cybersecurity

Undergraduate

Data Analytics

Undergraduate

Engineering Science

Undergraduate

Information Technology

Undergraduate

Mathematics

Undergraduate

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Faculty


DEPARTMENT OF MATH AND COMPUTER SCIENCE STAFF

Matthew Creek

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

508-767-7048

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