B.S. in Applied Mathematics - Computer Science

From tracking the behavior of markets to calculating the proper dose of a life-saving medication, mathematics is a powerful tool for understanding and controlling the world around us. Earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics with Computer Science will prepare you for a rewarding career in fields such as law, medicine, banking, engineering, insurance, technology, manufacturing and education.

This 129-credit degree program offers a comprehensive introduction to applied mathematics in a technology-driven society, from the fundamentals of calculus and analytic geometry to the foundations of statistical analysis to graphical user interface programming and object-oriented programming techniques. With personalized instruction in small classes, students receive extraordinary support from accomplished professors who hold doctoral degrees from top-rated universities and whose expertise extends across a broad range of mathematics fields.

Check out the LIU Post Undergraduate Bulletin to learn about degree requirements, course descriptions, and more.


College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Jeffrey Belnap, Dean
Location, Room 126

Joan Ruckel
Executive Assistant to the Dean