Mathematics and Computer Science

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    Hello, my name is Robert A. Johnson, Jr., Chair of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science here at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. I would like to welcome you to the new Departmental website. The website will provide you with essential information regarding our programs and resources. The Department is recognized for quality Bachelor's of Science programs in Mathematics, Mathematics Education, and Computer Science. In addition, we offer a Master's of Science program in applied computer science. Our Department has over 25 faculty with research interest in several areas of mathematics, mathematics education, computer science, and statistics.

    I encourage you to review the information provided through the website and if there are any questions that you may have, please contact me for help.

    Thanks,

    Robert A. Johnson, Jr., Ph.D.

    Associate Professor and Chair

    Phone: 410 651 7740

    Fax:     410 651 7673

    Office: 2092 EASC

    Email: rajohnsonjr@umes.edu  



    Undergraduate Degree Programs

    Mathematics Non-Teaching – This program is designed for persons who wish to pursue careers in mathematical analysis or modeling in government, industrial, financial, consulting, or academic settings. The content of this program covers a broad spectrum of pure and applied mathematics. Courses are offered in a variety of topics including Calculus, Real and Complex Analysis, Number Theory, Topology, Linear Algebra, Modern Algebra, Statistics, Numerical Analysis, and Probability. 

    Mathematics Education - This program is designed for persons who wish to pursue careers in secondary mathematics education. The content of this program is similar to that of Mathematics Non-teaching. It is supplemented by professional education coursework

    Computer Science - The Computer Science program is ideal for persons who wish to pursue their careers in government agencies, private corporations or graduate study in computer science-related interdisciplinary degree programs. The content of this degree program is designed to train students in the theory and application of computer science in a variety of disciplines. Courses are offered in a variety of topics including programming languages, data structures, computer organization and architecture, software engineering, operating systems, and other computer science areas

    Computer Science with Business Focus - This program is designed for persons who wish to pursue careers in information systems, operations research, and database management. The content of this program is designed to train students in the theory and application of computer science and its application in business disciplines. Courses include Software Engineering, Operations Research, Computer Organization, Data Structures and Algorithms, Theory of Computation, Programming Languages, Databases and Operating Systems.