A double major in mathematics and computer science is the fulfillment of the degree requirements in both majors concurrently. To earn a degree with a double major in mathematics and computer science, the student must fulfill all of the requirements of both degree programs. A double major in mathematics and computer science does not imply a dual degree in mathematics and computer science. One diploma will be awarded, but a notation recognizing the completion of a second major will be posted on the students’ permanent academic record.

To be eligible to pursue a double major in mathematics and computer science, a student must have completed a minimum of sixty (60) semester hours of course work with a minimum 2.500 cumulative GPA. As a minimum, the course work must include CS160, CS170, M158, M168, and M215. The student must have a “B” average (3.000) in all mathematics and computer science courses that have been taken. Under special circumstances, the Department Chair may waive these requirements. To initiate a double major, a student should contact the Chair of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and complete the appropriate forms with the Registrar’s Office.