This concentration carries with it a heavy background in math and physics as applied to programming. The focus of this concentration is to expand student’s knowledge of programming language used for software development and operating systems.
|MAT 261||Calculus III||4|
|MAT 307||Linear Algebra||3|
|MAT 350||Numerical Methods||3|
|PHY 202||College Physics II||4|
|MAT 309||Introduction to Abstract Algebra||2|
|MAT 310||Introduction to Real Analysis||2|
|MAT 162||Calculus II (for math option)||+1|
|PHY 201||College Physics I (for science core requirement)|
Of Geneva's 96 full-time faculty members, 76% have earned doctorates.