Sung-Sik Kwon, Interim Chair
Telephone: (919) 530-6315
Fax: (919) 530-6125
Main Office: 3214 Mary M. Townes Science Building
The Department of Mathematics and Physics offers programs of study leading to baccalaureate degrees in mathematics, physics, and computer and information sciences. Academic programs allow considerable flexibility for the student (in consultation with an advisor) to work out a plan of study consistent with the student’s career objectives and interests. Programs can be tailored to provide preparation for graduate study, employment in industry or government, and licensure for secondary school teaching. Other programs provide preparation in applications/mathematical programming, a certificate in computer programming, a dual degree in physics and engineering, and a two-year pre-engineering program. A minor is available in mathematics, physics, or computer science.
The Double Major
Double majors involving Mathematics and/or Computer Science are encouraged and obtainable. In such programs some requirements may be satisfied in non-standard ways; therefore, the chairperson of each department involved must approve a double major.