Professors: Goutziers, Ragozzine (Chair), Wang, Zhang; Associate Professors: Kamburowska, Kazas-Pontisakos, Knudsen, Munteanu, L., Munteanu, M., Palmatier, Ruffo, Ryder; Assistant Professors: Allison, Bridgers, Brown, Jones; Lecturers: Sulman
The primary objective of the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics is to provide students with experiences in both the theoretical and practical applications of mathematics, mathematics education, statistics, and computer science.
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science
Computer Science: minimum of 34 s.h. in computer science including 22 s.h. of core courses and 12-15 s.h. of other computer science courses within one of two career goal options. The standard/technical option requires 21 s.h. in mathematics and statistics and the business option requires 16 s.h. in mathematics and statistics and 9 s.h. in business.
Mathematics: minimum of 39 s.h. in the mathematical sciences including 12 s.h. of calculus, 4 s.h of discrete mathematics, 9 s.h. of algebra, 8 s.h. of analysis, and 6 s.h. of electives from an approved list.
Statistics: minimum of 48 s.h. in the mathematical sciences, including 12 s.h. of calculus, 30 s.h. of statistics, and 6 s.h. in related work.
Statistics: 19 s.h. in mathematical sciences including 15 s.h. in statistics, and 6 s.h. in related work.
Computer Science: 18 s.h. of computer science, including 12 s.h. of prescribed courses and 6 s.h. of electives.
Computer Information Technology: 21 s.h. of computer science, including 18 s.h. of prescribed courses and 3 s.h. of electives.
Elementary Education Concentrations
Computer Science & Technology: minimum of 30 s.h. including 20-22 s.h. of Computer Science, 4 s.h. of calculus, 3 s.h. of discrete mathematics, and 3 s.h. of statistics.
Mathematics: minimum of 33 s.h. including 8 s.h. of calculus, 16 s.h. of prescribed mathematics courses, 3-4 s.h. mathematics electives, 3 s.h. of statistics, and 3 s.h. of computer science.
The Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics Department participates in a Cooperative (3-2) Engineering Program in which the student attends SUNY Oneonta for the first three years and either SUNY Buffalo, Syracuse University, Polytechnic Institute of New York, Clarkson College, or Georgia Institute of Technology for the last two years. On completion, the student receives a B.A. in Mathematics from SUNY Oneonta and a B.S. in Engineering from the engineering school.
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